Leicester Square Kitchen have launched a bottomless brunch in honour of Frida Kahlo. It’s bright, it’s beautiful and it’s downright Fridalicious!
Another brunch? You’d better believe it! Leicester Square Kitchen has been ranked as one of London’s best Mexican restaurants, so where better to celebrate the fabulous Mexican artist by way of brunch?
Embrace the Kahlo craze by tucking into a fiery Mexican feast. Highlights from the brunch menu include Shredded crab with spicy ginger mayo tostada, Seabass ceviche, Smoked tuna with tequila lime mustard tostada, Marinated corn-fed chicken and Lamb cutlets with red anticucho. And there’s so much more to choose from! Everything comes with Mexican-spiced rice and Chilli-salted black beans by default, as well as a trio of traditional desserts presented to your table. It’s already sounding like the perfect weekend activity and we haven’t even mentioned the booze yet…
Start with a classic Margarita or Pisco Sour, before kicking off the free-flowing prosecco or Champagne. The experience will then continue after the edibles, with live music, DJ sets and Frida-themed flower installations bringing the sounds and colours of Latin America right here to London.
Leicester Square Kitchen’s brunches will happen on selected Saturdays between July 28th and November 3rd, and it’s all to celebrate the arrival of the V&A’s highly anticipated exhibition, Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up. (More on that and other exciting London art exhibitions here.)
Location: 31-36 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7LH. Nearest station: Leicester Square. Find it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: Brunch will take place from 12:30pm to 4:30pm on 28th July, 11th & 25th August, 8th & 22nd September, 6th & 20th October, and 3rd November.
Price: Brunch starts at £35pp for the Clásico package, which includes the food and a cocktail on arrival. You can upgrade to bottomless prosecco for an extra £15, or bottomless champers for an extra £25. You can book here.
More information: visit their website.