Monday, 5 June 2017

    Brunching at Bronte

    Bronte is a Tom Dixon designed restaurant based right by Trafalgar Square, that is perfect spot for a brunch. Martha and I headed here one Saturday morning as a belated birthday treat for me. We have a mutual love of the British designer Tom Dixon, so this surprise was delightful.
    Image courtesy of Design Research Studio
    First things first, lets talk about the beautiful interior! There is the infamous pink concrete bar, which is worth seeing! And we sat in the dining area at the back with the beautiful pink curved seats with a mirrored cocktail bar in pewter. There are nods to modernism design as well as an art deco vibe throughout. It works so well and makes a perfect place for a brunch with your bestie.

    The menu is British/Asian, which is something I’ve never experienced before for a brunch spot. Which actually means that I must go back to try some of the Asian dishes as with our first visit here we went for a classic brunch dish. We both got our favourite, Avocado on toast with poached egg. With this dish they add plum tomato’s, baby spinach and yuzu hollandaise that was delicious. We also shared a side of fries that came with sriracha aioli!  Even the British dishes have a nod Asian cuisine with yuzu hollandaise and sriacha aioli as a perfect example of this. No brunch is complete without a cocktail in my eyes so I opted for the ‘Green With Evvy’, which was Stolichnaya vodka mixed with kiwi purée & St. Germain elderflower liqueur, served in a coupette glass. It was super refreshing and accompanied my food like a dream.


    I would recommend booking which you can do online here and do let me know your thoughts if you try it out!
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