Glass reviews Gunpowder’s gung-ho new brunch menu

HAVING already cumulative a place in a tip 20 of Time Out’s best London grill list, relations visitor Gunpowder has stretched a charity with a brunch menu. Launching in 2015, Gunpowder’s kitchen is headed adult by Nirmal Save, once a cook during Mayfair’s Tamarind, and a tiny though ideally shaped space, has captivated soap-box reviews and bums on seats interjection to a punchy lunch and cooking menu that brings a best of India’s different flavours to Spitalfields.

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Now an determined tie on London’s dining scene, Save and his group have incited their courtesy to brunch and a outcome is a spice-infused spin on unchanging pre-midday fare. Among a highlights are a coconut and chickpea pancakes that – when surfaced with eggs and perfumed chutneys – would lean even a many clinging brunch fan from their avo on toast.

Weighty masala beef gujiyas (an Indian take on an empanada) and paneer parcels are given flightiness with spiced tomato penchant while – not for a faint-hearted, a liver and kidney on sourdough are estimable adequate to see we by til sunset.

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Coconut and chickpea pancakesCoconut and Chickpea Pancakes

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Meanwhile over a coffees, teas and juices on offer, a estimable drinks menu boasts likewise resourceful twists for brunch. Standouts embody a soon-to-be-legendary bloody mary variant, a bloody batra, that comes infused with whole chilli and mustard seeds, and a high gimlet, both of that will assistance a brunch during Gunpowder go off with a bang.

by Ben Olsen

11 White’s Row, London E1 7NF,

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