The brunch at Manthan’s USP is Indian sharing plates inspired by refined recipes from Chef Patron Rohit Ghai’s family and street food. With the Brunch Signature menu (£35 pp), you can expect dishes like Chicken Buttermilk with pink peppercorn, ginger and curry leaf; Kerala Prawn Curry with Dal Muradabadi, paratha and rice; and Malpua Rabri, a pancake with pistachio and saffron. And on the Brunch Vegetarian menu (£30 pp), expect the likes of Dahi Ke Kebab, with yoghurt Kashmiri chilli and plum; Chholey Bhature, fermented bread with chickpea and pickle; and a Classical Trio dessert of laddoo, gulab jamun and srikhand. Plus, there are signature cocktails including the Mango and date bellini and Sangam chi spice-infused white rum with tandoori pineapple and tikki bitters. The menu is served every day from 12.30-5pm against the backdrop of sleek dark wood interiors, very nice indeed. Stop by for a brunch like no other.