Brunch at the Biltmore

Café Biltmore has launched a brand-new brunch experience this October.

Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton has combined forces with Executive Chef Paul Walsh to bring guests to the hotel a menu of all-time favourite brunch classics like eggs Benedict, Royale and Florentine alongside modern classics like crispy calamari, steaks and club sandwiches (there’s also pizza on the menu which instantly makes this a hit for anyone with kids.)

Adult guests can enjoy a choice of free flowing Prosecco bubbly, mojitos or Bloody Marys – we went with bubbles for brunch – mainly for the alliteration! The mood is relaxed as we walked in to the venue and led to the autumnal outdoor terrace where the melodious sounds of an acoustic band rang out. The Travelling Hands are sure to keep you entertained with a variety of classics (perfect to sing along to after some free flowing cocktails!)

To start with we shared the calamari which was delightful – perfectly fresh seafood combined with crispy batter and the sweet and spicy taste of the Thai dressing.

For mains I had the buttermilk fried chicken sandwich which was very crispy and accompanied by fries. My partner had the ribeye steak – both of them were enjoyable but the star of the show was desert.

The Vahlrona chocolate moelleux served with milk ice cream is what dreams are made of. So many different layers of perfection, from the balance of sweetness through to the combination of hot and cold together. A delightful note to end a great meal. Another little nugget that delighted me was the news that Café Biltmore’s terrace is dog friendly, and pets will be treated to their own treats while you dine.

Whilst in Mayfair we recommend you go for an art trail and hang out in all the local galleries or combine your brunch with a spot of shopping.

The Biltmore Brunch will be available every Saturday from 11:00 – 17:00 with two- courses for £32 and three-courses for £38. Drink packages for 90 minutes start from £18. More info and booking via their website

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