Whether it’s a stroll in an ancient building in rolling countryside, a city break or a day of pampering you crave, there’s the perfect experience awaiting you with Searcys venues. Discover your next destination Breakfast, Brunch or Sunday lunch now.

Searcys at The Gherkin
Breakfast with a viewBack with a bang, London’s original sky-high restaurant and bar, Searcys at The Gherkin is paying ode to the glorious British season in its restaurant on the top Levels 39 and 40. Diners can enjoy breathtaking views of the city alongside all day dining, champagne cocktails and of course, signature Champagnes.  Sunday brunch hits a new high with a menu featuring the likes of Horseradish crumpet with avocado, gravadlax and spiced seeds, and Grilled Searcys smoked salmon with kedgeree, poached egg and crème fraiche. See here for more details.

Where is it?
30 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8EP

Searcys by St. Pancras - Brasserie & Champagne Bar

undefinedGoing somewhere? Set the occasion off at Searcys at St Pancras Champagne Bar and Brasserie. Enjoy limitless Sunday Brunch; a three-course menu of seasonal delights, available at the art-deco Brasserie and Champagne Bar.

Starters include Cornish sardine fritters with avocado and lime, or Wild mushrooms on toasted sourdough drizzled with truffle oil and topped with a poached hen’s egg, while mains range from Crispy Gressingham duck and spring onion omelette with triple cooked chips to classic Searcys Smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. Puddings include Sticky banana pudding ice cream and almond brittle and a Classic lemon tart with raspberries and a dollop of crème fraiche. All this with 90 minutes of free-flowing fizz for £45 or with Searcys Selected Cuvée Brut at just £49. See here for more details.

Where is it?
Grand Terrace, St Pancras International Station, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4QL 1 2 3 4 5

The Orangery at Blenheim Palace


Regarded as a masterpiece of 18th-century Baroque architecture, the Orangery at Blenheim Palace provides stunning surroundings to enjoy a decadent Brunch or Sunday Lunch in Oxfordshire.

Running until the end of September, enjoy al-fresco dining with family or friends in specially created marquee pods overlooking the Italian Garden. Light and airy, dine in luxury from one of the restaurant’s seasonal menus. Specialising in local British produce, menus include a crowd-pleasing brunch menu. See here for more details.

Where is it?
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, OX20 1UL 

Searcys at The Pump Room


Tucked away inside The Roman Baths, start your day of pampering or sightseeing with a delicious breakfast with stunning views of Bath's finest institution.

Enjoy a quintessential English muffin, topped with two poached eggs, creamy Hollandaise sauce and your choice of grilled wiltshire ham, Scottish smoked salmon or grilled mushroom and wilted spinach. All of this is served alongisde your choice of tea or hand-roasted filter coffee and, if you're feeling extra indulgent, you can upgrade to include a chilled glass of Searcys Champagne Bucks Fizz. See here for more details.

Where is it?
Church Street, Abbey Chambers, Bath, BA1 1LZ