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M Threadneedle Street Tokyo Brunch – Review
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M Threadneedle Street Tokyo Brunch – Review

M Threadneedle Street brings a brand new bottomless offering to London with the launch of Tokyo Brunch. Brunchers can enjoy three Japanese-inspired courses whilst sipping on 90 minutes of free-flowing cocktails or prosecco for just £70 per person. We arrived at 2:30pm on the launch day of Tokyo Brunch, and there was a lovely buzz. Nearly all the cherry blossom tree-decorated tables were filled with brunchers, and there was a DJ playing music.

The menu is a ‘set menu’ (with options) – a round of starters is enjoyed for the table so everyone shares Fried Chicken and Crispy Squid followed by your personal choice of Dim Sum (Wagyu & Pork, Pork & Kimchi, or Mushroom & Leeks V Ve), choice of Bao Buns (Wagyu Beef or Tofu V), AND Yakitori (Pork Belly or Celeriac V).

The chicken was juicy and the squid was crispy, and the portions were particularly generous. We ordered the Mushroom Dim Sum, which was spicy and meaty, and the Wagyu & Pork which were a 10/10 – we both agreed that these were the best dumplings we’d had in a while. They were served in little steamers lined with bamboo leaves, nothing was missed when it came to the presentation of the dishes. Next up was the fantastic Bao Buns – we ordered the Wagyu Beef and Tofu buns. These were the best dishes we had at the brunch! Soft buns and moist fillings with punchy sauces.

We both ordered ramen for the mains – mushroom and chicken. Again, very generous portions, and beautifully presented. Both came with a runny egg on top and lots of fresh vegetables on top of the slow-cooked broth and fresh noodles. We barely had room for dessert by the end, but we ordered one of each and shared the Matcha Tirimisu and the White Chocolate Parfait. The Matcha Tirimisu didn’t quite work, but the White Chocolate Parfait was excellent.

The cocktails were the real standout here, we tried a few of them, and they all came in beautiful glasses with pretty garnishes. We’d recommend the Japanese Slipper to start, and then we kept ordering the Japanese Garden which was our favourites. Considering the amount of food and cocktails we had, this is a steal for £70 (it genuinely doesn’t stop coming!)! The staff here were attentive from the moment we walked in, and the hostess and our waiter made us feel at home. One thing to note is that it isn’t the most vegan or vegetarian menu friendly, but the staff are so friendly and accommodating they help in organising vegan and veggie dishes.

When: Every Saturday | 12 pm – 3 pm

Address: Unit 2 & 3, 60 Threadneedle St, London, EC2R 8HG

Website: https://mrestaurants.co.uk/restaurants/

Written by Lenny Wright

Photography courtesy of M Threadneedle Street

#brunch #japanese #MThreadneedleStreet

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