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After brunch, head up to the rooftop terrace for a digestif with the imposing towers of Canary Wharf for company.
You’re over the moon, walking on sunshine, and any other celestial related metaphor you can think of. You’re pretty sure you want to go for dinner, but suddenly you panic. Feel like you’re a millionaire at this cavernous and opulent underground restaurant, all while getting a three course prix-fixe for £12.95. Main from #veganthursday Tempeh burger in house made corn bun, with roasted peppers, gherkins and garlic parsley aioli.
Alternatively, play it safe with just the one Mimosa, or Bloody Mary, or Bellini’s – Aster’s delicious brunch cocktails are £10.50 each.
We went for the two-course option, starting with a gorgeous smashed avo with green goddess dressing on rye toast, followed by a potato blini with mushrooms, a perfect poached egg and a rich, buttery béarnaise sauce. Brunch is served on Saturdays in the Restaurant and Cafe, and on Sundays in the Cafe, from 11am-4pm. 150 Victoria Street SW1E 5LB; 4 The Landmark London, Marylebone This one’s perfect for those special occasions.
75-77 Marchmont Street, Kings Cross WC1N 1AP; uk 7 Gaucho’s Electro Brunch, various locations Gaucho’s Electro Brunch combines unlimited small plates with bottomless drinks and a DJ.
Of course, Gaucho’s famous Argentine steak is on the menu, but there’s also the likes of homemade Dulce de Leche mixed with peanut butter spread across French toast, fried Provoleta cheese with a caramelised onion chutney, and oven baked chorizo sausage with plum tomato, eggs and mushroom.