At a loose end when it comes to the weekend ahead? We’ve got you covered with our top things to do in the city…
There's still enough time to take advantage of London Wine Week, and doing just that is right at the top of our list. There are awesome things happining right across the capital (just check out this wine and hip-hop party on Friday night) and our restaurants have got well into the swing of things.
However big you went the night before we defy any hangover to withstand the awesome power of Sartoria Chef Patron Francesco Mazzei's eggs purgatorio. Rustle them up, get them down you and battle on through the rest of the long weekend. After all, spice gives you endorphins and eggs help to beat down the beer fear - SCIENCE FACTS.
Speaking of Francesco, he's also in charge of the food at super-cool East London pop-up House of Peroni. There's a floating Negroni bar, floral cocktail installation, perfect pizzas and actual gondola rides. We've been, we loved it, we're going back, and you should too.
Michelin-Starred Launceston Place might not be the first place that comes to mind when you consider a Sunday roast, but it really should be. Take your pick of some stellar starters (we're partial to the hen’s egg with green asparagus, prosciutto and duxelles) followed by beef with all the trimming, finished with waffles, wild gariguette strawberries and vanilla cream. Then we suggest you take a nap.
100 Wardour St is now offering its infamous bottomless brunches EVERY SUNDAY, in addition to its standard Saturday slot. And because it's a Bank Holiday it's also available this Monday. We're talking stacks of pancakes, unlimited prosecco and a chance to check out the Atrium's spectacular hanging floral display... Now don't say we aren't good to you.
Club D&D is on a mission to brighten up Mondays for its members, with a series of exclusive events, a 20% discount on food bills and access to the restaurants' great value Love Wine lists. As if a day off work wasn't treat enough...