Bold flavours and an earthy interior give you a warm feeling as you settle in for a delicious Brunch at Nopi.
Ottolenghi’s culinary influence is peppered across the City and pays homage to his Israeli heritage with a focus and appreciation of Middle Eastern influences. His newest opening in Soho, Nopi, continues this trend, though harks back to traditional British breakfast with simple, well-cooked, delicious cuisine.
The marble-topped tables are perfect for sharing platters and Brunch banquets with every spic and span of brass and silver polished ‘til it’s gleaming, whilst the atmosphere is of a relaxed, family meal. Huge communal ‘chef’s tables’ overlook the open plan larder and kitchen, so guests can watch their food being crafted by the pros.
They’ve pared their breakfast menu back to essentials, favouring quality over quantity. A gooey, decadent shakshuka sits alongside healthier choices (the scrambled tofu on sourdough with avocado salsa and rose harissa is dreamy) and they have a great choice of coffees, juices and breakfast bubbles.
Just a five-minute walk away is Piccadilly Circus Tube Station, putting you right in the heart of one of the London’s busiest districts, so why not indulge in some post-Brunch retail therapy first?
Monday - Friday: 8am - 11:30am
Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 11:30am
- Gluten Free
- Private Dining
- Vegetarian Options
- Vegan options
- Accepts Credit Cards