There aren’t many places you can get a Pan-African brunch in town but Stork in Mayfair is one of them. The fine-dining restaurant led by head chef Taalib Adanse and senior sous chef William JM Chilila takes inspo from across the the African continent and giving those flavours a modern spin. There are mix of new brunch plates and some existing dishes adapted from the main menu, like the excellent ras el hanout lamb beignets and the king prawns with avocado & scotch bonnet jam. If you’re in the mood for brekkie, you’ve got the likes of seasonal porridge, akara fried eggs with green chilli, Zambian pancakes and the Pan-African breakfast – a spin on the fry-up with spiced beans, beef sausage, plaintain and yam hash browns – to choose from. If you like sweet with your savoury, the crispy corn-fed chicken with fermented chilli, plaintain waffle and syrup for drizzling will be up your street. Be prepared to fork out for this brunch though, a cheap eat this ain’t.