Brunch enthusiasts will love the New York local favourite, Sunday in Brooklyn.
One thing is for sure, New Yorkers love a good weekend brunch just as much as we Londoners do. And it’s a well-known fact that NYC really knows how to brunch, so it’s always good news when they decide to take one of their popular locales across the pond. Notting Hill has just seen the opening of a much-loved fixture in New York’s dining scene: Sunday in Brooklyn.
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The Williamsburg restaurant brings its cosy atmosphere and some of its signature dishes, along with brand new creations, to London in their first international expansion. Sunday in Brooklyn is known for its “inventive spin on American staples, playful cocktails, an epic brunch menu, and exceptionally warm hospitality”, serving up some mouthwatering options. Brunch classics include their highly raved-about malted pancakes with hazelnut praline and brown butter, the Don Reuben omelette, cauliflower patty melt, and biscuits and gravy.
But let’s not stop at brunch, because Sunday in Brooklyn is also a top-notch dinner destination. With a variety of seasonal options like their littleneck clams with garlic bread crumbs and smoky bacon, their grilled swordfish, the whole smoked artichoke, fresh pita and hummus, and much more, the restaurant is a great place for a meal any time of the day.
Make sure to try their signature cocktails as well, like the “Honeybear on Holiday” made with Fiji Rum, Amontillado Sherry, Apricot, Pineapple, Lime, and Cumin Honey, or the “Devil’s Backbone”, a mix of Mezcal, Dill Aquavit, Rhubarb Amaro, Strawberry, and Tomato. Now that they’ve finally arrived, we know where we’ll be spending our Sundays!
Sunday in Brooklyn is open seven days a week for brunch, lunch, and dinner, and can be found on 98 Westbourne Grove, W2 5RU. Find more info here.