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London brunch breakdown: Quaglino’s

What’s on the menu? Though Quags has weighted the menu far more toward breakfast than lunch, brunch staples such as eggs Benedict, smoked salmon bagels, croque madames and Danish pastries haven’t been overlooked.

Croque Madame

Egg-celent: Croque madameThere’s no riff on a full English, sadly, but plenty of serves for anyone wanting a more substantial meal: highlights included pork fillet and black pudding made summery by fresh peas, and yellow fin tuna with mini caponata.

Find room for pudding – go for the gorgeous rhubarb and custard macaroon. There’s the option of bottomless prosecco, which frankly is a steal. Unlike some “bottomless” brunches, which get spoiled by bitter, parsimonious waiters,  the attentive staff here never let a glass drop below half full. Bravo.

Lobster muffin at Quaglino's

Upper crustacean: Lobster muffin at Quaglino’sWhere is it? Turn off Jermyn street – always good for window shopping – and onto Bury St. Brunch is held in the main restaurant: walking down the art deco staircase and settling into a sumptious velvet throne of a chair adds a sense of occasion to proceedings.

Who’s behind it? Executive head chef Mickael Weiss put together the new menu. Presently, Quaglino’s is part of the D&D London group.

When can I try it? Saturday between 11.30am and 3pm. Quaglino’s is, unfortunately, closed on Sundays.

Cheque out: Starters begin at around £8, mains £15-30. This being a high-end Mayfair institution, you can always splash out and pay £200 for Beluga. For bottomless Procescco, add a very reasonable £15 per person.


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