Bacon and Egg Pie for Brunch?

We’ve just made brunch a little bit better by adding a bacon and egg pie from the awesome people @MyPie1.

Pies

For the Antipodeans amongst you this pie needs no explaining, for the Brits, it’s basically a quiche which you can have hot or cold. We’re serving half or whole portions with some chutney, we also recommend a sprinkle of rock salt.

Of course we haven’t dropped the All Day Breakfast Burrito from the menu and neither have we dropped the option of pimping your Full English with a mini steak (it’s how they roll in New York). For serious hangovers we’ve got berocca and bloody marys, we also, personally, think that some fizz in the form of our Prosecco is a good way to get back on form.

Also for brunch, you can now have a selection of delicious pastries, including Chelsea Buns, from The Flour Station, and post brunch we do Teapigs tea and Square Mile coffee and cake (check out the lovely carrot cake from The Dessert Deli) until 6pm when dinner service begins. Please note if you just want drinks then that’s cool with us, the bar is open until midnight.

If you haven’t locked down your Sunday night plans then you should deffo come to Sunday Pie Night, it kicks off at 6pm, click here for details.

The Big Ben – Full English: £8.50

Sausage, back bacon, mushroom, Heinz beanz, black pudding, sourdough toast and 2 eggs (choose fried, scrambled or poached). Add sausage/bacon/tomato/mushroom £1 per extra.

Go really Big – Add a 4oz rump steak to your Full English: £5

Full Veggie: £7.50

Tomato, spinach, mushrooms, Heinz beanz, sourdough toast and 2 eggs (choose fried, scrambled or poached). Add extras: £1 per item.

Burgers

Rugby World Cup Burger: Two Dove the Northcote Road butcher beef patties on a ketchup and mustard base, topped with smoked Montgomery cheddar from Hamish Johnston and gherkins. Served with chips. £12.50

Chef Kirrin’s home made burger with English mustard, ketchup and toasted fennel. Served with chips. £9

Chicken burger, marinated in garlic, lemon and parsley, with chips. £8.50

(add emmental cheese £1, add bacon £1)

Eggs

Eggs Benedict: £7

Eggs Royale: £7.50

Eggs Florentine: £6

Scrambled eggs: £5.95 (with salmon: £7.50)

Bacon and egg pie. Half £2.50. Whole £5

Breakfast Burrito: £5.50

Chorizo, scrambled egg, cheese, sour cream, herbs and chilli.

Breakfast Sarnie: £4

Bacon and egg

Sausage and egg

Sandwiches:

Steak sandwich with tomato and chutney served with fries: £9.50

Club sandwich served with chips: £6

Tuna melt served with chips: £6

French Toast: £6

French toast with bananas and maple syrup.

Granola: £4.50

Granola with yoghurt and berries.

Salads: £6.50

Roast beetroot, goats cheese and rocket salad.

Avocado, tomato, and goats cheese with honey and lemon dressing.

Kids (Big and Small)

Fish finger bap: £3.25

Natural yoghurt pot with honey: £2.50

Jude’s Ice Cream. Choose from: Raspberry Ripple, Salted Caramel, Vanilla, Double Chocolate or Rum and Raisin. £1.50

Retro Coke Floats (Coca Cola with a scoop of Jude’s Vanilla Ice Cream) £2

Affogato (served with a scoop of Jude’s Vanilla Ice Cream)

Hangover Busters

Chase away that hangover.

Bloody Mary Glass: £5.50

Bloody Mary Jug: £18

Berocca and Ice: £2

Bottle of Prosecco: £22.95

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