Sunday Brunch – the perfect end to a Theatre Break

Stylish Italian restaurant, Margot, in Covent Garden, has just launched an Italian-inspired weekend brunch menu.

Sunday Brunch - the perfect end to a Theatre Break London Theatre Breaks

Sunday brunch is the perfect end to any Theatre Break – chilling out in the heart of Covent Garden as you say goodbye to Theatreland and fuel up for the journey home!

The new menu will see Margot offer a selection of carefully curated brunch classics with an authentic Italian twist. It is designed by Executive Chef, Maurizio Morelli, in collaboration with Restaurateurs, Paulo de Tarso and Nicolas Jaouen.

Situated in Great Queen Street, Margot offers the backdrop of one of London’s most beautiful restaurant interiors.

The menu offers both classic and more experimental. Standout choices include Margot’s twist on London’s favourite brunch dish, with poached eggs served with avocado bruschetta and crispy pancetta, and the wonderfully light yet indulgent crespelle al limone (Italian lemon pancakes) with wild berries and marscapone. Throughout the menu, the finest Italian produce elevates each dish to new heights, from a portion of fried eggs with Finocchiona Toscana salami and burrata to omelette with mixed mushrooms and Parmigiano Reggiano.

Also worthy of note, especially if you stayed out the previous night, is the selection of cocktails and fresh juices designed by Margot’s bar team to complement and enhance each dish. For those in need of  revitalising, guests can opt for a Mr. Greene, a cleansing blend of cucumber juice, apple, agave syrup and lime, or if you prefer something a little stronger, brunch time classics of a Bloody Mary and Mimosa feature amongst the cocktails on offer.

Brunch will be available at Margot every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 16:00.

Reservations can be made on 020 3409 4777 or via their website at

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