Madison, London’s restaurant with sensational views of St Pauls and the city, is launching a new Saturday Brunch that's not to be missed!

With an epic line-up of DJs confirmed, and a brand-new menu full of classic brunch dishes and cocktails, guests can eat to the beat at the unique Brunch n’ Grind. After recently taking the reins in the kitchen, Head Chef Mike Denman has curated a menu full of flavoursome brunch dishes, ready to kick start the weekend. Highlights on the menu include a starter of burrata with radicchio, blood orange, pistachio and mint and a fiery second course of Bloody Mary-fried chicken waffles, fried egg, sriracha and maple syrup.

Dine with two courses for £30 and three courses for £35 with a glass of Moet & Chandon.

The restaurant at Madison is renowned for its stunning views of London and a buzzing atmosphere thanks to plenty of live music and modern surroundings. Drinks and light snacks can also be enjoyed on their rooftop terrace or outdoor area making Madison's a real hot spot amongst London's trendier crowd.

Madison London is a short stroll from St Paul's Tube Station.

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Saturday Brunch N Grind

 

  • Outdoor Seating
  • Brunch
  • Sunday Lunch
  • Groups
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Good Views
  • Luxury
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Disabled Access
  • Children Allowed
  • Live Music
  • Online Booking

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Visited this venue for a birthday brunch with a friend. The whole experience was...ok nothing special. Food was poor to average - had the scrambled mushroom eggs for starters and it was far too salty. Proceeded onto Caesar salad for main, and on a bed full of lettuce there was probably a quarter of a chicken breast fillet. For dessert we had the chefs selection, waitress told us there would be chocolate tart but apparently none left when it arrived. A few moments later the table next to us received the chocolate tarts! Very disappointing as apart from the tarts nothing in the selection was really that appetising. Champagne, however was lovely. Apart from the views or maybe for 1 drink I wouldn’t really recommend. Far too overpriced for the quality you receive. Much better London brunch venues out there which are good value for the food.

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