Visit one of London’s hottest addresses to experience their Jukebox Brunch, complete with a live band playing your favourite tunes.
Pitch a request to the live band and settle down to a lavish Brunch that pulls out all the stops, served in the chilled bar & lounge. With a kitchen led by Chef Kim Woodward, a protégé of Gordon Ramsey, a seat at 100 Wardour St is naturally high in demand.
Choose 2 courses for £30 or add on another dish at £35, with starter including Brunch classics such as eggs benedict and buttermilk fried chicken. Mains span from hearty dishes such as aged ribeye steak, fresh linguine pasta and grilled lamb Barnsley lamb chop to lighter bites in the vein of glazed salmon.
If there’s room, finish things off with one of their signature desserts, such as a rich vanilla crème brulee with pistachio biscotti.
It wouldn't be Saturday Brunch with a drink or two! Add £20 for 2 hours of bottomless Prosecco or opt for a perfectly made cocktail or mocktail from 100 Wardour St’s timeless drinks menu.
100 Wardour St has a firm place in Soho’s cultural heritage. This address lived previous lives as the Marquee Club, which hosted legends such as David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones, before morphing into 90’s hotspot Mezzo, Cuban restaurant Flordita and pan-Indian eatery Carom before it’s final incarnation as 100 Wardour St.
11am - 3.45pm
- Vegetarian Options
- Live Music
- Online Booking
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