Brunch at King Street Townhouse

Indulgent, elegant, and anything but rushed...

The birth of brunch is owed to the English writer, Guy Beringer and his inspiration: the hangover. The term was coined in the 19th Century to describe a Sunday meal for “Saturday-night carousers” to slowly shake off their headaches and calm their gurgling stomachs. If someone needed to chase the meal with a hair-of-the-dog cocktail, nobody would judge.

And so the mid-morning gastronomic adventure continues at King Street Townhouse bringing family and friends together over an offering of brunch favourites.

The Tavern Brunch

To start - Granola, yoghurt & fresh berries
To follow - order your brunch main - menu available on request
£12.50 per person - booking required


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