19.09.2014

Sauce loves… Sundays


This week, we’re celebrating the best day of the week – Sunday! The scope of things to do in London is so vast that we have narrowed down some of the best foodie activities in the capital this Sunday for you to enjoy (after the all important lie-in, of course).

Dirty Tommi’s 

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Dirty Bones and Tommi’s Burger Joint are teaming up to offer Londoners what might just be the city’s juiciest, dirtiest pop up yet.  Every Sunday from 28th September onwards, Ross Clarke of Dirty Bones and Siggi Gunnlaugsson of Tommi’s will be serving a menu of their signature dishes alongside a range of specially created hot dogs, burgers and sides, available between 12-4pm and 6pm-11pm.

The Strand Dining Rooms 

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The Strand Dining Rooms will have a very special menu this weekend, offering two courses for just £19.50 or three courses for £23.50. Each menu includes a glass of Prosecco, so you can be sure to toast the weekend in style! To make a booking please call 020 7930 8855 or click here.

Bonnie Gull Master Class

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Learn something new this weekend by joining the launch of Bonnie Gull’s Sunday Seafood Masterclass. Up to seven people a week will take part in an interactive cookery demonstration led by Executive Chef Luke Robinson, with a welcome cocktail on arrival. Afterwards, enjoy a selection of oysters and a delicious three course lunch washed down with plenty of wine! Priced at £80 per person, these are sure to be a sellout success. Find out more here.

Le Bun

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Join the launch of the all-day brunch experience, ‘Le Brunch’ at Old Bengal Warehouse this weekend with luxury French-American street food duo, Le Bun, beginning their month-long residency there. Available at the Old Bengal Bar and the New Street Grill every weekend, Le Bun will join Barry Macmillan and his team in the kitchen, serving their brand new ‘Le Brunch’ creations alongside their signature dishes, from 12-4pm. Highlights include Le Benedict Bun (maple bacon, poached egg, hollandiase and an asparagus salad), Truffles ‘n’ Waffles (maple bacon, poached egg, hollandiase and an asparagus salad) and the iconic Le Bourguignon Bun (slow-and-low beef short-rib with bourguignon glaze, bacon salt, truffle mayo and champagne slaw) to name but a few. 

Lima

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Enjoy a lazy Sunday lunch with a difference at critically acclaimed LIMA restaurant. The first ever Peruvian restaurant in Europe to be awarded a coveted Michelin star, LIMA integrates both traditional and contemporary Peruvian cuisine and presents a unique twist on brunch. An extended lunchtime sees the fabulous set menu delight customers at £35 per person, or £10 per child, with complimentary Prosecco and Pisco Punch for the adults. The menu is varied; with starters including a selection of tiardito’s and ceviche’s to share, mains including Braised Lamb Shoulder and Suckling Pig, and desserts such as Lucuma Ice Cream.

Corinthia – The Northall Brunch

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Sunday brunch is toasted with live jazz music at the opulent Corinthia hotel. Enjoy a beautiful three course brunch in the decadent surroundings at £45 without or £75 with free-flowing champagne. The breakfast table offers a huge selection of pastries, muffins, cured meat and waffles. Alternatively, starters include everything from Wild Pacific Oysters, to Cumbrian Beef Steak Tartare, to Brioche French Toast with Maple Cured Bacon and Maple Syrup. Main course highlights are Lake District Farm Native Angus Beef, Yorkshire Pudding and Seasonal vegetables, and Caesar Salad with Reggi Johnson Goosnargh Corn Fed Chicken among countless others. Finish the luxurious brunch with an indulgent dessert, such as Crepes with Lemon Ricotta, Warm Raspberry Sauce, or Malted Milk Chocolate Parfait, Caramelized Puffed Rice and Guinness Sponge. 

Skylon

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Skylon’s Sunday brunch offering gives guests the opportunity to enjoy an indulgent and relaxed end to their weekend, overlooking the hustle and bustle of Southbank in an iconic riverside location within the Royal Festival Hall. Eating to the funky Disco playlist, the menu features classic brunch favourites such as Eggs Benedict alongside lighter options such as Brixham crab cakes with crisp fennel salad and dill mayonnaise (£9.50).  Enjoy with an exclusive brunch cocktail, such as a Double Peach Bellini or the signature Brunch Martini designed by Bar Manager Frederic Tartas, shaking Bacardi Oakheart with fresh orange juice and maple syrup. Available every Sunday from 12noon to 4pm, Skylon is the ideal riverside brunch spot, giving guests the perfect end to their weekend.

Blanchette

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Indulge in a delicious, meaty affair with Soho bistro Blanchette offering a delicious sharing roast chicken menu every Sunday between 12pm-5pm, priced at £38. The roast, which runs alongside the a la carte and snack menus, includes roast Goosnargh chicken, tarragon and white wine jus with sarladaise potatoes and seasonal greens. Depending on appetites, guests can either opt for a whole or half chicken, succulently cooked to perfection.

LeCoq

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Toast autumn with a brilliantly simple Sunday roast at Islington based rotisserie-specialists LeCoq. The Sunday menu features a variety of other meats alongside its classic Sutton Hoo chicken, all cooked on the rotisserie. Dishes include: lamb with roasted aubergine and anchovy; octopus with chickpeas and rose harissa; and pork belly with turnips in cider among others, all resulting in a deliciously juicy Sunday roast.

Flesh & Buns launches a boozy brunch menu   

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Celebrate Sunday at Flesh & Buns, the Japanese izakaya in Covent Garden, with their bottomless Sunday brunch menu. Upon arrival diners will receive a cocktail, with chips & dips and edamame for the table to share. All-you-can-eat hot and cold small dishes are available to order from a selection, and each diner will also have the choice of a signature Flesh & Bun. In addition, prosecco, red and white wine will be topped up on an unlimited basis throughout your meal. Two set menus will be available, priced at £34 and £42. Each reservation will have the table, and unlimited offering, for a maximum of two hours. www.fleshandbuns.com

Fit for a Feast at Almeida restaurant

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Sundays are made for feasting and there is no better place than at Almeida restaurant in Islington, which offers diners its special Sunday Feasting Menu. Choose one starter, one main course and one dessert for the whole party for £33.50 per person and get tucking in!