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What's OnFrida Kahlo Saturday Brunch at Leicester Square Kitchen

Taste authentic South American specials inspired by the iconic Frida Kahlo!
  • Dates 09/03/2019 - 14/09/2019
  • Location 31-36 Leicester Square, WC2H 7LH
  • Price £££
A sensation for your sensesEnjoy a weekend brunch inspired by the remarkable Frida Kahlo. Sip on signature cocktails and set your taste buds alight with a delicious menu full of South American herbs and spices at Leicester Square Kitchen.The Weekend Brunch series sees an unmissable afternoon of exquisite food, cocktails, Frida-themed flower installations and DJ sets to pay tribute to one of the greatest ever Mexican artists.Taking place on the second Saturdays of every month, don’t miss an exciting afternoon where you can sample the sounds, colours and flavours of Mexico in the heart of Leicester Square.Book your tickets online here. Or using the contact details below:T: +44 (0) 207 666 0902E: Frida Kahlo inspired specialsStarting with a classic Margarita or Pisco Sour, the experience continues with an array of signature small plates, a main of choice from the ever-popular grill and robata section, or a sharing treat, and an irresistible pud!Appetites sated, the real fiesta begins when the live entertainment kicks in, alongside its stunning outside terrace.Starting from just £35 per head for the Clásico package, including food and a cocktail on arrival, the brunch experience can be upgraded to bottomless prosecco with Prima for an additional £20 or to Exclusivo with bottomless champagne for an extra £40.Click here to view the menu.Find out more about Leicester Square Kitchen here.

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