Glass enjoys a new brunch menu during The Piano Works, Farringdon, London

THERE’S no denying it, a unfounded brunch’trend continues to grow in a bustling collateral and a latest investiture to use a certification and fanbase to take advantage of a Londoner’s adore of day-time froth is one a hottest live song venues in a city, The Piano Works bar in Farringdon. The bar was founded by sequence restaurateur Alan Lorrimer who has successfully launched and run some-more than 19 new start adult bar and grill concepts.

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Farringdon’s weekend nightlife is flattering singular due to a immeasurable volume of offices and weekday inhabitants of a area, though there’s no doubt that The Piano Works’ recognition continues to grow, with vast queues out a doorway on Friday and Saturday nights. Glass motionless to try out a new Boozy Saturday Brunch menu on a balmy afternoon in May and what followed was a pleasant event of juicy food, total sparkle and a crowning excellence – a barbarous Piano Works rope and singers.

Taking requests via brunch service, a rope played a reduction of aged disco classics and some-more complicated numbers by The Killers and even Justin Bieber – something to fit each taste. If you’re looking for still punch to eat and some balmy jazz, this substantially isn’t a place for you. The Piano Works is only as buzzy and pumping on Saturday afternoon as on a Friday during 11pm – and it’s kind of wonderful. Groups of diners enjoying birthday celebrations and hen parties sing along and take on a dancefloor all afternoon and we can’t assistance though lay with a vast grin on your face and join in with a party.

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The brunch menu provides a vast accumulation of dishes, trimming from Londoner’s favourite, Standard Smashed Avo with poached eggs on sourdough toast and chilli flakes, to The Full Works, a classical English breakfast with all a trimmings, and some healthier choices like a Not Big or Fat Greek Brekkie, that includes Greek yoghurt, honey, berries and granola.

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The food is flattering labelled during around a £10-£12 symbol with unfounded prosecco for dual hours during £15 per chairman or unfounded Bloody Mary’s for £20 per person. If you’re feeling super peep we can sequence DIY Bloody Mary’s that embody a bottle of Absinthe, total tomato juice, condiments and a plight selection. we opted for a Smashed Avo that was flattering juicy and my guest chose a Full Works, that we now became sceptical of as her apportionment was really impressive.

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The use was accessible and efficient, with a eyeglasses frequently being surfaced adult as we enjoyed a song and held adult over a food. Brunch use runs with 12pm and 2pm bookings and wraps adult around 4pm as a bar has to change over and ready for a Saturday night use ahead.

The Boozy Saturday Brunch is a illusory approach to spend an afternoon if you’re looking for a celebration atmosphere, extraordinary live song and a genuine feel good cause with total bubbles. we would entirely suggest this bar for a birthday or celebration; we positively can’t leave The Piano Works but a grin on your face and humming a tunes you’ve only listened for a rest of a day. Bravo!

by Heather Doughty

Further information on The Piano Works can be found here.
The Piano Works, Farringdon Road, Corner of Ray Street, Farringdon, London EC1R 3BX

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