Brunch in London

Old Feb 18, 15, 1:47 am
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Brunch in London

Where's a good place for Sunday brunch these days?

Ideally somewhere that's not pricey.

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Old Feb 18, 15, 1:54 am
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Ideally somewhere in the USA - and that they'd take this horrible meal back with them.

Rant over, have you tried Granger in Westbourne Park Road.
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Old Feb 18, 15, 2:01 am
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Personally, Urban Angel on Hanover St does a good weekend menu. Also Malmaison on the Shore also has a very nicely priced brunch.
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Old Feb 18, 15, 2:01 am
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London

Sorry I should have said London is my destination.

Admin, can you please edit the title? Thanks.
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Old Feb 18, 15, 4:26 am
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Originally Posted by icegirl View Post
Sorry I should have said London is my destination.
A very simple search "Brunch London" turns up http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/u-k-i...ch-london.html and http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/u-k-i...rth-night.html

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Old Feb 18, 15, 5:52 am
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It just isn't such a big deal here so many places won't offer this. We do the far more civilised Sunday lunch instead.
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Old Feb 18, 15, 9:41 am
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Tom's Kitchen (Chelsea, Canary Wharf, St Katherines Dock) is not bad.
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Old Feb 19, 15, 3:31 pm
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My current favourite is the Riding House cafe near Oxford Circus. For something a bit more pricey, brunch at the Wolseley is a traditionally British take on the American tradition.
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Old Feb 20, 15, 3:24 pm
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Bar Boulud at the Mandarin has been making a push for its new brunch recently.
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