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When you said 'never again' to snails but still order them escargots in garlic butter. A main will set you back £8, which is a small price to pay for potentially finding the love of your life, no?
Londoners are in the grip of a passionate love affair with brunch that shows no sign of abating, but with so many options out there, where oh where to go?
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.
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.
It’s a cliche, but London really can be eye-wateringly expensive, and regardless of the outcome of the ‘Dance of the Bill’, there’s a chance you could be paying for some, if not all, of the food and drink. #exoticeats #london #londoneats #french A post shared by Margaret Adelantar (@simplymegy) on OK, this one’s hardly an unknown, but with a restaurant setting and a main meal for under £7, it’s pretty unbeatable. Plus chilli potato wedges, blackened roasted cauliflower and spring slaw salad.
But never fear London lovebirds, there’s always a bargain to be had, and here are seven of them that will leave both your date and your wallet happy. By #veganbabayaga #vegandinner #veganlunch #plantbased #tempeh #vegan #vegansofldn #veganlondon #lunch #veganfoodshare #veganburger A post shared by Bonnington Cafe (@bonningtoncafe) on It’s a bit rough around the edges, but Bonnington Cafe offers a set price menu with rotating guest chefs, and BYOB with only 50p corkage.
Find the menu here Novotel Canary Wharf, 40 Marsh Wall E14 9TP; uk 3 Aster, Victoria Aster in the shiny new NOVA building (ignore the Carbuncle Cup; we rather like it) serves brunch in true Nordic/French style with lots of fresh, light ingredients like cured salmon and pickles, as well as indulgent French flourishes like flat iron steak with cafe de paris butter.
At two courses for £24 or three courses for £29 – plus the option of bottomless bubbles for an additional £17pp – it’s hard to say no.