Sauce Loves… Hangover cures

The Christmas period can be tough on the body, but here are some pointers to help you through the most wonderful time of the year!

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Free locals (hangover) brunch day at Dirty Bones Kensington

For one day only on Sunday 13th December, Dirty Bones Kensington will be spreading the brunch love and tending to all hangovers, by offering local residents of W8 a free brunch! Available from 12-2pm on a first come first served basis, locals can line up and claim their free main dish simply by proving they live in the area – it can be any addressed piece of post such a utility bill or bank statement (plus show ID with matching name), as long as it has the W8 postcode. For those wanting to bring a guest from east, south or north that’s ok too – as long as one person per two guests has a W8 postcode & matching ID and can prove it, the brunch is on Dirty Bones. Bring on the Brunch brigade! www.dirty-bones.com/


Walk off your hangover at The Pointer in Brill 

Situated in the centre of the vibrant and friendly village of Brill, The Pointer boasts a hearty and welcoming post-stroll pub for the whole family to enjoy. With locally sourced, seasonal produce from lunch to dinner all week long, The Pointer is the perfect place to walk off a hangover away from the city. Kick off those wellies and relax! 


Festive Brunch at Tom’s Kitchen

 Tom’s Kitchen is the perfect place to celebrate the Christmas period with an extra special festive brunch. Dishes will include Truffled Eggs Benedict with duck egg, truffle hollandaise & crispy parma ham (£16); Cornish Lobster & Crab Benedict with chilli & coriander hollandaise (£20); and a Festive Game Burger with cranberry relish, bacon, gherkins & triple cooked chips (£18). Tom’s Kitchen restaurants in Chelsea, Canary Wharf, St Katharine Docks and Somerset House use the finest British ingredients to create menus that are served in a relaxed and informal environment. The brunch will be available at Chelsea and St Katharine Docks on 26th, 27th and 28th December and 1st, 2nd and 3rd January, and at Canary Wharf on the 2nd and 3rd January. www.tomskitchen.co.uk


The full works

For a full hangover cure this year,  Yeotown will be running a special, festive New Year’s Eve retreat – a much needed getaway for those having overindulged at Christmas! The five-day Yeotox will help guests to achieve a high level of wellbeing, energy and health by taking control of both mind and body. Through the help of the definitive pair of wellbeing experts in the UK, Mercedes Ngoh Sieff and Simon Sieff, guests leave stronger in body and clearer in mind. A far cry from boot camps and fad diets, the retreat is run by a friendly team of down-to-earth, highly knowledgeable experts, and focuses on maintaining a healthy mind and body through healthy cooking, hiking, fitness and nutrition, yoga, massage and meditation. The difference will be the organic champagne served to guests on New Year’s Eve (optional if the hangover is too severe!).

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Ramen at Bone Daddies 

If you are looking for the perfect place to beat the blues during the party season, Bone Daddies has you covered. What better way to cure that hangover than with a bowl of their hearty ramen. The newly opened  Bone Daddies (Saturday only) ramen bar in Bermondsey makes it that much easier to say yes to those Friday night drinks.

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Big easy

New for Canary Wharf is an all-American breakfast menu that is sure to cure any hangover the festive season may bring. Served from 7am-11:30am during the week, and from 9am-12pm at the weekend it boasts an eclectic range sees classic state-side dishes including potato hash with burnt ends and eggs, and chicken fried steak, eggs and country gravy, served alongside creations such as lobster or brisket Eggs Benedict and Nutella Smores Cronuts. The menu also includes a selection of ‘wake up’ cocktails, including Tipsy Tea – a fragrant sweet tea with orange vodka – and the classic Corpse Reviver No.2.