Brunch in Soho
I absolutely loved my dinner at Scarlett Green, part of the ever popular Daisy Green Collection so had to return for brunch in Soho! The interior of Scarlett Green is just so funky with an Australian theme and quirky art throughout.
Obviously we opted for the Bottomless Brunch Party where you can get One savoury dish + One sweet dish + Bottomless prosecco & mimosas for 2 hours for £39.50. They definitely do not scrimp with the portion sizes or the booziness with a bottle of prosecco and a little jug of orange juice left on our table.
The Savoury Dishes
There were so many dishes that I fancied from the savoury menu. Whilst there are healthier options, we decided to go full on! The Fancy bacon roll, poached eggs, crispy onions, bacon, holy f*ck hollandaise, roti was just amazing. It was certainly an original dish with the “roll” being more like a roti and the hollandaise sauce really set it off. An absolute winning dish.
We were similarly impressed with The Bondi: bacon, poached eggs, sausage, mushrooms, avocado, charcoal toast. All of the items were spot and we loved the toast!
We also could not resist ordering the Halloumi fries, pomegranate yogurt which were moreish and just delicious.
The Sweet Dishes
The savoury dishes were pretty filling but there is always room for a sweet treat! We had the Coconut French toast, Greek yogurt, raspberries, mango, coconut, pure maple which was DEE-lightful. The toast was light and fluffy and the mixture of fruit was perfect.
The Buttermilk blueberry pancakes, fresh blueberries, mascarpone, pure maple were the perfect portion size with blueberries actually in the pancakes! The mascarpone was absolutely amazing with the pancakes – we absolutely loved this dish.
Scarlett Green is an amazing place for brunch in Soho. Making it bottomless is really great value for two courses and copious amounts of prosecco. The staff were lovely, the place is just so trendy and the food is SPOT on. Cannot recommend enough!
East London Girl: Scarlett Green
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