Bottomless Japanese Brunch
Autumn weekends were made for kicking leaves and eating.
The gentle *crunch crunch* of crisp leaves underfoot should occasionally be replaced by the gentle *crunch crunch* of you devouring something delicious.
And this Sunday we did just that.
Lapping up a little Autumn sunshine on the way to brunch.
Printed cotton dress
Over the knee boots (popped some more wallet friendly versions below)
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The softest reversible gilet
Silver May Bee Rings // Trinity Bangles
Nail colour // Lip colour (neutral rose)
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Having had quite enough of a walk, we raced off to grab a bite.
^ He did too.
We popped over to Marylebone to try out Kurobuta‘s new bottomless brunch.
Where you’re greeted with cocktails the second you sit down!
You’re then free to do your very worst at the buffet, all set up on the bar.
Sizzling steak, fried chicken, sushi, sashimi, build-your-own-ramen, it’s all there.
The sashimi pizzas with wasabi tobiko are by far the best sushi option, if you ask me.
So stock up on those!
We went slightly off menu, ordering our usual cocktails rather than the one on offer.
If you don’t mind stretching the budget a little, I highly recommend the Green Bastard.
The fried chicken with siracha mayo is just as naughty as you might hope.
But the real winners are the pork belly buns.
Slathered in sticky peanut sauce.
Rich, salty, sweet, spicy, pillowy soft and very, very moreish.
Chilli seabass, in place of black cod.
And a beautiful pudding platter to polish you off.
Complete with the world’s greatest cake.
Pistachio chocolate forrest cake.
A sort of soft, moist almond/pistachio creation, sandwiching a thick, creamy chocolate filling.
Served with iced fruit.
And mochi ice cream balls.
All you can eat brunch, bottomless booze and cracking live music, every Saturday & Sunday.
£35-£45 per person (depends whether you want the pork belly buns, which you definitely do. So let’s say £45.)
Find them: Kurobuta Marble Arch, 17-20 Kendal St, W2 2AW
Reserve: 0207 920 6440
Should you get all your favourites together and book a table this weekend?
Yes, yes you should!
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