Easter Brunch Guide 2018

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Madison Club Brunch

The return of Madison’s convivial Club Brunch returns this Good Friday with legendary DJ, DJ Fat Tony on the decks. Start the Easter weekend with a glass of Moët Rosé whilst enjoying panoramic views of London’s iconic skyline. Delicious brunch dishes include Eggs Benedict, Madison Triple Duck Burger and Native Lobster Roll, as well as canapés flowing throughout the day. A Madison party isn’t complete without Rida Mukhtar on guitar, Ricky Russell on drums and The Sax Man on sax to get the party started.


12 – 6pm

Friday 30th March 2018

Rooftop Terrace, One New Change, London EC4M 9AF

Quaglino’s Easter Extravaganza 

Quaglino’s is an upscale restaurant located in the prestigious Bury Street in St. James. This Easter, Quaglino’s celebrates with two spectacular brunch events with good food and live music, the perfect combination.

Good Friday Brunch

Start the weekend with a bottomless brunch, the menu includes Colchester Rock Oysters, Pan Fried Cod with heb crushed potatoes and brown shrimp and the decadent Dark Chocolate Marquise.

Entertainment from the New City Lights Trio, includes their specialist DJ, sax and percussion combination, who between them have played for some of the biggest names in the industry including: Rizzle Kicks, Jess Glynne and Disclosure. This incredible mélange will create a brunch you won’t want to miss.

11:30am – 2:30pm

Friday 30th March 2018

Easter Lunch

Another bottomless lunch on the agenda, this time choose from bottomless bubbles or Bordeaux. This Easter special includes an exceptional performance from the talented Unite Gospel Choir, who have performed on the BBC, ITV and X-Factor. Try the Swordfish with aubergine caviar, Roast Herefordshire dry age beef sirloin or Gloucestershire Old Spot pork loin.

Sunday 1st April 2018


16 Bury St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6AJ

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Avenue St James

Good Friday Brunch

Avenue St James offers an exclusive menu with Asian inspired dishes with a South American twist. Indulge in their Avenue’s Buttermilk Chicken and Kimchee Burger, Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese or Fried Eggs with fried rice balls and sticky slow cooked pork belly.

The decadent event is accompanied by the amazing sounds of the multi-talented DJ Rachel, a DJ and powerhouse vocalist. Rachel’s long standing career means that she specialises in a wide list of genres including Pop, Rock, Rnb, Jazz, Soul, Funk, Swing and Disco.

11am – 6pm


7-9, St James’s St, St. James’s, London SW1A 1EE