The Bloomsbury Hotel
The Coral Room
Set on the edge of Soho, the elegant new salon bar is a dynamic addition to the London drinks scene.
The vibrant new bar is inspired by the 1920’s and was designed with the acclaimed Martin Brudnizki. Its vivid coral coloured walls, five bespoke Murano glass chandeliers and stunning marble bar provides the perfect backdrop for pre-dinner drinks for instance.
Named after the eponymous character penned by Virginia Woolf, an author whose name will forever be associated with Bloomsbury, Dalloway Terrace is an elegant, poetic and quintessentially English space. Set in the heart of the historic and vibrant Bloomsbury, London’s literary centre, the
beautiful indoor-outdoor space famously undergoes seasonal changes and is accompanied by a fresh, frequently updated menu and beautiful floral installations and has been named winner of Bookatable’s ‘Best Breakfast in London’ Award two years running.
Fully heated in winter, this year-round destination restaurant promises the peace and charm of a secluded secret garden in the winter, and provides a light, elegant alfresco offering in the spring and
Autumn has arrived and Dalloway Terrace has been transformed once again. This new incarnation embraces the gilded hues of the season with a new shining floral installation to celebrate the golden
hour with Æcorn – the world’s first range of non-alcoholic aperitifs. Now adorned with an abundance of gold-coated leaves and festooned with shimmering brushed gold butterflies, the stunning terrace – described by Vogue as “one of the world’s most Instagrammable restaurants” – has been transformed by London florists Wild at Heart. Evoking an enchanting autumnal afternoon spent beneath a glorious oak tree; Dalloway Terrace is a gleaming oasis resting under a canopy of preserved autumnal Oak and
Beech leaves, natural cork bark and golden silk leaves, in which to
enjoy golden hour with Æcorn.
New additions to the savoury menu include an array of autumnal treats,
including Smoked Trout Rillettes on Guinness Bread, Sage Chicken
Mayonnaise on Pumpernickel Bread and Cucumber Ribbons marinated
in Aecon Dry Liqueur. The Afternoon Tea is available daily between
12pm and 4pm and is priced from £40pp.
Alongside Dalloway Terrace’s autumnal Afternoon Tea, Executive Head
Chef Byron Moussouris has also made some seasonal changes to the
restaurant’s menu. Additions such as Black Fig Salad with San Daniele
Ham, Gorgonzola, Piccante, Walnuts & Carta di Musica (£12.50), Rack
of Lamb with Charred Squash, Peas & Salsa Verde (23.50) and Hot
Smoked Trout Salad with Horseradish & Soft Egg (£14) allow guests to
enjoy a true flavour of autumn.
Granger & Co
One of the most popular brunch spots across London is Bill Granger, by the man credited with the creation of the famous avocado toast.
Tuck into an almond milk chia seed pot with berries, pomegranate and coconut yoghurt. Or opt for a Fresh Aussie, which features jasmine tea, poached eggs, greens and furikake. In other words, you need to order the ricotta hotcakes, topped with slices of banana and a good drenching of honeycomb butter, or anything else on the menu!
The Delaunay, Aldwych
The Delaunay, serves a brunch offering that’s almost as impressive as its beautiful interiors. There’s something for everyone on the Mittel-European menu. The Viennoiserie showcases an array of homemade pastries, tartes flambées and classic egg dishes. Plus, there’s lots of opportunity for people-watching therefore, you’ll want to linger.
Bills Wellington street Restaurant
Bills is a nation wide brunch location for university towns across the country. Ideal for quick brunch on your way to a gym class for instance. However, they also serve a never ending Sunday brunch – in other words feel free to keep ordering until you’re no longer hungry!
Usually packed on Sunday mornings, but if you manage to get a table it couldn’t be more worth it!
This beautiful viennese restaurant is ideal for a slightly more sophisticated brunch, with excellent service and an amazing menu that will tempt you to come back every week!