London calling - two restaurants in the capital that are highly recommended.

InterContinental London Park Lane

Let there be brunch! The InterContinental London Park Lane has launched a sumptuous limitless Sunday offering, complete with live-cooking stations, roast counter, and unlimited buffet.

Set in the elegant surroundings of the hotel’s main restaurant, you can expect to enjoy a banquet fit for a king where the focus is on the highest quality British produce. Created by Executive Chef, Lalit Kumar, the brunch menu specialises in British classics made with locally sourced ingredients, including a fresh selection of cold and hot starters including salads and smoked fish, along with a selection of moreish cheeses and fruit chutneys.

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Have eggs just as you like them at the live cooking station, or choose a signature Sunday roast, from the ever-popular Gloucestershire Beef Wellington to the Kentish Roast Chicken, all served with roasted potatoes and herb jus.

There is an abundant spread of homemade sweet treats and local British cakes to end the brunch on a sweet note, alongside a build your own waffle station - freshly prepared to order with a range of toppings.

Priced at £69 per person (£35 for children under 11, and under 5 eat free), or £79 with a glass of Champagne or Bloody Mary on arrival, treat yourself to a sumptuous Sunday Brunch. You can upgrade to 90 minutes of unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Mary for £89 per guest.

Served at the hotel’s main restaurant every Sunday between 12:30pm – 3pm.

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The Henderson Bar & Kitchen, Notting Hill

Named after Russell ‘Russ’ Henderson, one of the founding fathers of the Notting Hill Carnival, the Henderson Bar & Kitchen is a neighbourhood hangout for guests of the Laslett and locals alike. Created by Head Chef, Andre, you can expect classics with a twist, using local and British ingredients from the likes of Natoora, HG Walter, and Sally Clarke.

Currently its serving breakfast, brunch and supper from the cosy winter terrace complete with heaters, blankets and hot water bottles!

Our favourites on the brunch menu (served 12pm-3pm daily) include the chorizo hash, the shakshuka and the Henderson toastie. But the vegan set lunch menu (two courses for £15 or three courses for £17.50) is also a bit lovely. And don't even get us started on the supper menu (two words for you... Harissa chicken...)