Brunch in London
I don’t tend to use this word very often but Dalloway Terrace is very instagrammable. Part of the Bloomsbury Hotel, just moments away from Tottenham Court Road station, Dalloway Terrace offers breakfast, brunch and dinner in a fairy-tale setting of cosy fairy lights, winter warm rugs and beautiful trees. The outside area is also rather adorable but it was a little chilly when we visited.
Make sure you book in advance at the weekends as it does get busy – the two terraces only have around 50 covers and Dalloway Terrace receives a lot of hype. Now I am not normally one to follow the crowd but even I was lured here by the Instagram pictures.
I visited for brunch at the weekend and already had my heart set on the French Toast with crispy bacon and maple syrup. With a good sized portion, syrup in a jug so you could choose how much to add and decent crispy bacon, it was a bargain at only £9. We also had the Severn & Wye smoked salmon, Guinness bread, creme fraiche and poached eggs. The portion of salmon was very generous and the poached egg was cooked perfectly.
Accompanying our breakfasts were a pot of English breakfast tea and a Blueberry Coconut Smoothie from the Juicery. Dalloway Terrace is a perfect venue for brunch in London and we would definitely return!
If you have time to spare, I would recommend having a cocktail in The Coral Room which also forms part of The Bloomsbury Hotel – the decor is amazing.
East London Girl: Dalloway Terrace
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