Eggs for breakfast are a tradition as old as time, and with good reason. But at Secret London we believe there is nothing that can’t be improved upon with a glass of bubbles… Side of champagne, anyone?
Veuve Clicquot’s Sunny Side Up café is coming to London this April, in honour of its 250th anniversary. Setting up shop in the heart of Soho, this exciting new pop-up pays homage to the ultimate British establishment: the greasy spoon.
Try reinvented breakfast menu classics full of exciting new flavours, perfectly paired with a glass of champagne. Tickets to the café are just £23 and include one dish accompanied with a glass of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label!
The innovative menu, which renowned British chef, Andi Oliver contributed to, delivers humble British breakfast food with contemporary panache. Named after their creator, ‘Andi’s Waffle’s’ marries a range of culinary influences. Served with streaky bacon, confit cherry tomatoes, spiced maple syrup and fried eggs, this dish encapsulates the indulgent, elegant character of Veuve Clicquot.
For the more traditional breakfast lovers among you, there’s a great full English on offer. Or for a dose of childhood nostalgia with a twist, try the eggs and marmite soldiers. And to wash it all down in a truly decadent style? A glass of crisp Veuve Clicquot champagne of course!
Coordinate your radiant egg yolk with your drink and choose the Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, or venture out with a delicate Rosé. Champagne can be ordered to your table, or served from the Sunny Side Up champagne trolley. Whatever takes your fancy, The ‘Sunny Side Up’ Sommelier will be on hand to guide you through the Veuve Clicquot menu with an engaging explanation of your chosen tipple!
The Sunny Side Up café promises all the charm of a greasy spoon, with an added sprinkle of glamour. Emulating the iconic retro interior, there will be cute café tables or plush booths where guests can settle in to breakfast in style.
In honour of the iconic Champagne House, the walls will be adorned with artistic celebrations of Veuve Clicquot’s heritage. With unrivalled zeal for life, Madame Clicquot always refused to settle for anything less than excellence. She celebrated the idea that life is short so we must live it well…and we can all toast to that!
The Sunny Side Up café will be in Greek Street, Soho between April 22 – 30, excluding April 25. Tickets are sure to vanish faster than you can say Veuve Clicquot, so book yours now to avoid disappointment.
Tickets to Sunny Side Up Café can be bought here. Opening hours are 8am-6pm. 18+ only, with a valid ID. Please drink responsibly.