A South Indian-inspired brunch awaits as Ooty on Baker Street. The four-course feast features Indian twists on breakfast favourites starting with Indian-spiced pastries and homemade granola with palm yoghurt and merry berry compote. It’s a sharing basket but be careful not to fill up too much on breads, jams and clotted cream, as there are some epic dishes to follow. For the second and third courses you are given a choice; the masala egg dosa with chicken sausage is a thin, crispy pancake with the sausage links hidden inside and comes with spicy and cooling dips. The keema mattar pao is a rich spiced lamb mince, served with Indian bread rolls. The main courses are served in traditional tiffin boxes, which you get to unpack at the table, how cute. We went for the deeply flavoursome Andhra mutton koora, served with potato, edamame and sugar pea stir-fry, brown onion and caraway seed pulao, and a malabar parotta. There’s house-made desserts and seasonal fresh fruit to finish, all washed down with free-flowing prosecco or mimosas should you wish. It’s a lot of food but you get a leisurely two hours to enjoy it in.