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Review: Bottomless Brunch at Grind

Review: Bottomless Brunch at Grind

Situated on London Bridge marked by a rather grand entrance, London Grind is one of Grind’s ten sites and is one of the three listed as a restaurant. Having visited with work when it first opened, I must admit I hadn’t rushed back, but it was in the perfect location to meet one of my friends for brunch so I thought I’d give it another go, and I am so glad that I did.

Booking is recommended (it was packed when we arrived at 1pm on Saturday) and it’s definitely not a quiet spot for serious conversation as it’s pretty loud but it is a great spot for a fun brunch with a buzzy atmosphere. They offer two hours of bottomless prosecco for £12, which is such good value, even with slightly slow refills and service.

The food was surprisingly tasty. My (veggie) friend asked if they could do a veggie version of their burrito – which they did with no problem at all. I couldn’t decide between the chorizo and spinach baked eggs and the sweet potato harissa cakes with poached eggs, so I opted for the baked eggs but added a side order of one sweet potato cake. When it came they’d accidentally bought me two main courses (of course I was devastated…), but I told them and they quickly said that I’d just be charged the side order price for the sweet potato main. The mains were all around the £10 mark. The chorizo baked eggs were as rich as they looked and the harissa sweet potato cakes were perfectly spiced – I’ll definitely be trying to recreate them at home.

 

 

All in all, I was really pleasantly surprised, the bottomless brunch was great value and I’d definitely return. It’s the perfect place for a group of friends to have a casual catch up and in my opinion definitely more of a cafe vibe than a restaurant – though the food is definitely restaurant quality.

Price: ££ (around £30 each including service for 2 courses and bottomless option – maybe more if you have a big appetite as the portions aren’t massive).

Nearest tube: London Bridge or Monument for this one, but they have several sites around London.

Websitehttp://grind.co.uk/londongrind/


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