Housed inside the prestigious Andaz London Hotel along Liverpool Street, the grandeur of 1901 hits you on arrival, with cuisine as breath-taking as the jaw-dropping environs.
This Grade II-listed building makes use of its imposing interior with grand chandeliers and burnished bronze lamps hanging from the vaulted ceiling. Elegance mixes with comfort, from the black lacquered bar and to soft velvet upholstery and cushions in an autumnal palette.
The brasserie features a modern European menu and is an idyllic spot for all, from busy early-risers (the restaurant opens at 6:30am) to those looking for a leisurely way to unwind on a weekend.
Help yourself to a grand breakfast banquet for just £28 or choose from the equally decadent a la carte offerings. Clean-eating dishes abound too, from a red quinoa salad topped with pineapple, mango and berries to a coconut polenta porridge, plus crumbled feta with sautéed kale on multi-grain toast. Other dishes include Eggs Benedict, Royale and Florentine, grilled smoked kipper and stacked French toast with either syrup, seasonal berries or streaky bacon.
1901 Restaurant is handily just across the road from Liverpool Street Underground Station.
Mon - Fri: 6:30am - 10am
Sat & Sun: 7:30am - 12pm
- Gluten Free
- Nut Free Options
- Vegetarian Options
- Good Views
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Disabled Access