Eccentric, lavish and historical, L’Escargot is the place to head if you can’t quite make it to Paris for the weekend. Founded in 1927, L’Escargot is London’s oldest French restaurant – think of the stories it could tell – let the Bellini’s and Bloody Mary’s give you your own stories. Celebrate the best of the brunch menu with bottomless food which is there ready and waiting, however hungry you may be – think of the best buffet you’ve ever had, it’s like that but better. And you won’t have the buffet shame of walking up for the forth time because the food is brought to you.
An authentic taste of France (and extension of Pancake Day), crepes filled with Gruyere cheese and ham, spinach and wild mushroom, Nutella and blueberry and maple syrup are not to be missed, nor are the authentic French pastries, charcuterie and cheese but if you’re more of a traditionalist, eggs can be served anyway you like – poached with hollandaise? Oui! Fried with all the glory of a Full English? Absolument! Cold press juices from Neat Juicery LDN are available for those watching their pre-midday alcohol intake and for those with dogs to watch, be like a true Parisian and bring it with you – dogs are very welcome and as well as water and luxury dog food, will be given complimentary toys to chew on so they won’t feel left out.
L’Escargot’s Sunday brunch is served from 11am-4pm, from Sunday 21st February.