Eat Your Way Around The World With London’s International Brunches
by Newsdesk - Sunday June 18, 2017 9:06 am
For brunch lovers, Ketel One Vodka will celebrate London’s best brunches and Bloody Marys at some of the capital’s best restaurants, showcasing brunches from around the world.
From Robin Gill’s Paradise Garage for a quirky Dutch Brunch menu, in collaboration with Michael Zee from Symmetry Breakfast, aqua kyoto for Japanese sushi, Dirty Bones for New York style comfort food and Mayfair hot-spot MNKY HSE for a Latin American feast. Ketel One will take you on a tour of the globe’s cuisine, celebrating London’s favourite meal of the weekend.
Ketel One Vodka Dutch Brunch at Paradise Garage with Symmetry Breakfast
Ketel One will launch their Dutch Brunch at Bethnal Green hotspot, Paradise Garage during London Food Month. The brunch will be comprised of dishes created by the expert chef team from Paradise Garage, Simon Woodrow and Patrick Williams and Michael Zee, whose Dutch husband Mark was the inspiration behind his now globally recognised Instagram feed - Symmetry Breakfast.
Guests can enjoy a menu inspired by traditional Dutch ingredients and foods, combined with contemporary ideals of Brunch dishes. Guests will be able to enjoy it inside or out on the sunny terrace at the new Ketel One bar.
Address: Paradise Garage, 254 Paradise Row, London E2 9LE
Date: Sunday 25th June
Opening Times: 11am-3pm
Cost: Price per dish
Every weekend throughout June, guests can enjoy Ketel One Vodka Bloody Marys alongside aqua kyoto’s spin on the perfect brunch. Executive chef Paul Greening offers contemporary Japanese dishes at this exclusive brunch feast.
Address: 5th Floor, 240 Regent Street, (Entrance on 30 Argyll St, W1F 7EB), London W1B 3BR
Opening Times: 12-4pm
Mayfair’s latest hotspot, MNKY HSE, has transformed their usual Brunch Party with the help of Ketel One Vodka Bloody Marys that have been paired with an exciting menu curated by executive head chef Pablo Peñálosa Najera.
Guests will enjoy a contemporary Latin American meal whilst enjoying the musical delights of numerous international DJ sets and live music performances.
Address: 10 Dover St, Mayfair, London W1S 4LD
Date: 25th June
Opening Times: 2-7pm
Cost: Price per dish
Over to America for a menu dominated by toasties, burgers, dogs and bones. Dishes include a benedict burger (eggs benedict in a bun), chicken & waffles (fried chicken served with a pile of waffles and maple syrup) and a green cheese toastie (cheddar, taleggio and avocado on sourdough).
If you fancy pushing the boat there’s a 30-day aged flat iron steak which comes with two fried eggs and a homemade smoky tomato ketchup.
The signature Dirty Mary cocktail is comprised of Ketel One Vodka, tomato, lemon & pickle juices and hot sauce. Rimmed with sour cream Pringles for the ultimate in indulgence.
Address: Dirty Bones Branches
Top Floor, Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, Soho, W1B 5PW
1 Club Row, London, E1 6JX
14 Denman Street, London, W1D 7HJ
20 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4EP
Mon - Thur 12pm - 12am
Fri 12pm - 12:30am
Sat 10am - 12:30am
Sun 10am - 11pm
To Book: dirty-bones.com/book-a-table
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