REVIEW: Brunch at The Coral Room

About

Open from 8am daily, the bar provides the perfect setting during the day for guests wishing to meet for breakfast, coffee or a light bite, transforming itself into a lively cocktail bar in the evenings.

The Coral Room provides the perfect destination for breakfast, offering an innovative menu that will be available from 8-10:30am. Highlights include; Garden Pea & Feta Smash on Sourdough Toast, Sprouts (£8.00); Spiced Baked Eggs, Spinach & Turmeric Yoghurt (£8.00); The Coral Room Omelette, Egg white, Spinach & Chia Seeds (£10.00) and Acai Breakfast Bowl (£8.00).

The vibrant bar inspired by a ‘country-meets-city’ concept, evokes the collaborative Martin Brudnizki interior design.  Housed within The Bloomsbury hotel – a Sir Edwin Lutyens, Grade-II listed building on Great Russell Street in London – the distinctive coral coloured walls, five beautiful bespoke Murano glass chandeliers and stunning fused glass and marble topped bar mirrors the buildings iconic heritage. What’s more, acclaimed British illustrator Luke Edward Hall has created 36 bespoke pieces of original art to line the coral walls inspired by the ever-evolving Bloomsbury area.

 

 

 

 


We Drank and Ate

Mimosa’s as it was Saturday we had to celebrate!

 

 

We then shared The Gorgonzola Salad, The Shakshuka and The Bacon Sourdough

 

 

 


Our Thoughts

All three were nice but the Bacon Sourdough was exactly what it said on the tin and was bacon and sourdough toast. I feel it was missing a chutney or some avocado.


Find Out More

AddressThe Coral Room 16-22 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3NN

Reservations: bookatable.co.uk