If we told you that you could have brunch surrounded by snow-covered evergreen, blissfully white pine cones, twinkling lights and still be indoors, you’d probably call us crazy. But that’s the reality at London’s Dalloway Terrace. With their halls fully decked for the holidays, this tucked-away dining spot in Bloomsbury feels like a wintery secret garden inside and out, making it this week’s #bucketlistbrunch just in time for Christmas.
London’s Brunch Scene Has Really Stepped Up Its Food Game
Once known for everything but its food, London has recently become one of the world’s top culinary destinations. So, it should come as no surprise that the food at Dalloway Terrace is not only delicious, but creative too. Start your bucket list worthy meal with a spicy Bloody Mary and a charcuterie spread with Guinness brown bread and organic sourdough. Then move on to the Gloucester smoked ham hock terrine or a hefty serve of Dorset crab on toast. If you’re more the sweet tooth type, you really can’t go wrong with the blueberry buttermilk pancakes with lemon curd.
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Where better to spend the holidays than in the heart of London’s literary center? Bloomsbury is known for being a bit of an educational hub, home to many universities, museums, publishing houses and bookshops. Dalloway Terrace sits in the heart of the neighborhood, just blocks away from buzzing Soho and famous Oxford Street. To round out your #bucketlistbrunch experience, go for a cultural stroll post-eats and you’ll be delighted by what you may find in the charming area.
No Bah Humbug Around Here
With the gorgeous décor, it’d be impossible to be much of a Grinch at Dalloway Terrace. Known as one of London’s most Instagrammable brunch spots, this glass-walled terrace is filled with gorgeous Christmas décor and cozy fur blankets that’ll make you feel like you’re right at home. Brunch with your besties while you exchange Kris Kringle gifts, or head to this hotspot with your gorgeous partner in tow and make a proposal out of it. Tis the (engagement) season, after all.