What’s on the menu? It’s a bottomless brunch offering so come thirsty for Bellinis, Buck’s Fizz and Bloody Marys – this will sort your hangover right out, promise. For £27 a head you can choose a main dish – think classics such as Eggs Benedict and Florentine and stacks of pancakes – and unlimited refills of your cocktail of choice. Of course if you’re staying on the wagon (£20), you can switch the Prosecco (it is in short supply after all…) for unlimited coffee or fresh OJ and the like. The wild mushrooms with poached eggs and truffle on sourdough toast was the highlight – and they do a damn good hot chocolate if you’re that way inclined. Try and save room for something sweet – the ricotta hotcakes with honeycomb butter are a winner. You’ll also find the same bottomless deal at the original Jones & Sons restaurant in Dalston.
Where is it? Just off the Regent’s Canal on Acton Mews, Jones at Trip is a stone’s throw from Kingsland Road and next door to another great brunch spot Berber & Q. It’s handily located just by a Boris Bike station, so you can factor in a nice waterside cycle to post-brunch to Broadway Market and London Fields. It has plenty of outdoor picnic tables that get the midday sun, so come with a big group for an alfresco brunch.
Who’s behind it? Jones & Sons , founded by Andy Jones the ex-GM of Cat & Mutton. This Haggerston residency is his second offering, set up in 2014 with former Bistrotheque chef Kieran Hope manning the kitchen.
When can I try it? Every Saturday from 10am-4pm and Sundays from 11-1pm
Brunch classic: Eggs BenedictCheque out: £27 a head for the ‘Off the Wagon’ bottomless menu, £20 for the ‘On the Wagon’ option. For normal brunching, mains are around £7-9.