You never know what Head Chef Peter Le Faucheur has in store for you until you arrive.
What you do know, is that nothing but the freshest produce will be used, every dish will be packed full of flavour and that you definitely won’t be disappointed.
I know this because once I stayed from brunch until dinner time.
This obviously meant one thing… I had to sample the entire menu.
Cheeky I know – but I regret nothing!
Home Smoked Salmon with Creamy Scrambled Eggs on Sour Dough Toast £7.50
I never knew scrambled eggs could be this good – normally I’m a poached or fried egg kinda girl.
So you can fork into the yolk and see that golden explosion slowly drip… well you get the idea ;]
Hence, when I was given scrambled eggs I was a little apprehensive.
That was until I scooped up my first forkful and to be honest this was the creamiest scrambled eggs I have ever had – EVER.
Order this for brunch when you go.
French Toast with Bacon drizzled with Maple Syrup £6.50
Everything tastes better when bacon is involved, and it wouldn’t be an orgy without maple syrup.
Sweet, savoury, and salty mmmm.
Wild Mushroom Pie £12.95
Every single mushroom you could ever dream of featured in this dish.
Boy – was it a generous helping.
This was an incredibly warming pie for a chilly late afternoon.
Deep-fried Scallops with Wasabi Creme Fraiche £10.95
The only thing I regret about this dish is that there wasn’t more of it.
Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Ice cream £3.45
Sometimes you just can’t beat an old classic.
Warm gooey chocolate brownie with a huge scoop of vanilla ice-cream dripping all over it.
This one’s not for sharing ;]
The Rooftop Cafe is truly one of London’s hidden gems – hiding in a unassuming office block.
I really wanted to keep this place a secret.
So promise you’ll keep this place between you and me? 😛
28 London Bridge Street,