What's OnCaptivating Candy Brunch at The Perception, W LondonTemporarily closed - Indulge your senses with an afternoon of retox revelry offering in 1.5 hours of bottomless prosecco, cocktails and an unlimited dessert station.
- Dates 12/10/2019 - 12/10/2019
- Location The Perception, W London, 10 Wardour Street, W1D 6QF
- Price £££
Push temptation to the limit with the extra-indulgent, craving-laden Candy Brunch at The Perception inside the W London hotel.
Offering 1.5 hours of bottomless Cookie Cream Cocktail (fully-Vegan!) and Prosecco, whilst you tuck into your choice of bold and tasty brunch staples, there’s no better place to spend your Saturday afternoon.
From £45, every Saturday between 1-4pm indulge on an assortment of lip-smacking dishes such as the decadent salmon tartare burger or Cornish crab topped with poached eggs and Hollandaise. Whatever you decide, it’s a menu that’ll make your mouth-water.
Plus, why not stay and immerse yourself in the electric tunes of the resident DJ, whilst mingling with Saturday afternoon’s coolest crowd?
Reserve your table online here. Or, call or email using the following details:
T: +44 0207 758 1060
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