Pachamama Brunch LOTI

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FAVE Peruvian restaurant in London has only gone and launched brunch – God help our bank accounts. The bottomless Macchu Pisco punch option, available on Sundays, is a great way to celebrate the end of the weekend. The food is vibrant and colourful, with explosive tastes to match. Each dish is presented with such finesse that it’s almost too good to eat, almost. Chia seeds and tapioca bricher with rhubarb and almonds finished with a spray of pansies and pink peppercorns is an instagrammers dream. Pork belly with sweet potatoes and smoked brisket with sweet plantain hash and a generous helping of aji HP are quite simply, dreamy.

Another dish so good, that every time we eat it, we could turn veggie is the fried aubergine, smoked yoghurt and pecan nuts. Simple but effective. If you’re not a brunch person, you’ll be happy to know this features on the main menu too. A few Pisco punches down, we finished our brunch with Picarones – sweet pumpkin doughnuts with Yacon syrup and a few more Pisco punches…when in Rome (Pachamama).

Pachamama LOTI

If you’ve never experienced Pachamama yet, put it on your to-do list now.

18 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London W1U 3JY