If you have been a Suits and Books follower for a while, you couldn’t have missed our love for a good indulgence. This is why we put together the Brunch Spring Edit to make your next foodie planning a little easier.
2017 has already been a strong year for our gastronomy buds – In January we indulged in some authentic Hong Kong dim sums, fine Vietnamese dishes, exotic Cambodian meals and divine Thai seafood platters. For all globetrotters who didn’t spend their Christmas on a tropical island, London has enough decadent food options to satisfy your sophisticated taste.
Where to Brunch in London – Your next (leisure) stop: Bronte, Strand
What makes a Sunday brunch even better is when it’s done in 1960s chic location, coupled with great service, quality coffee, delicious food and extra generous portions. Just off Trafalgar square, this ‘Swanky, Tom Dixon–designed’ place is far from a touristy trap and as we managed to make a booking on the same day! we can certainly suggest it’s a hidden gem worth discovering.
We had the ‘Vegetarian’ which was unashamedly generous and more importantly delicious. With a flat white, brunch dish (and a chocolate dessert!), our Sunday was divine. And with prices of £10ish pounds per main, Bronte will be a keeper.
Where to Brunch in London – Your next (work) stop: The Mae Deli by Deliciously Ella
We have lived in London for nearly 4 years and we can say we are yet to rave about broccoli salads in West London lunch delis. Having said that, stop whatever you’re doing and focus on this very moment.
We tried Mayfair’s Mae Deli by Deliciously Ella and it was the most divine, heavenly, tasty, delightful, rich and celestial lunch we have ever had. As much as we’d like to be paid to write this review, this isn’t the case and if you work/ live in Marylebone or Mayfair, you simply need to try it yourself.
We’re far from avid superfood followers and we certainly don’t start our days with kale smoothies, but if you’re looking for some quality delicious food – vegetarian, meat or fish options are on the menu and you’d also have struggles with resisting that sweet counter too.
We were also pretty impressed by Ella’s story (she is only 24!), who has become a sensation in the food industry – with a blog, best-selling cook books and now, Delis.
So next time you wonder where to grab that compulsory weekly brunch, we’ve got you covered.
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