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Team Coco’s best brunch spots in London: Kurobuta

Team Coco’s best brunch spots in London: Kurobuta

Here at #TeamCoco we are still on a mission to find the best brunches across London, and Kurobuta in the heart of Chelsea is definitely up there with the best

2018/06/12

Here at #TeamCoco we are still on a mission to find the best brunches across London, and Kurobuta in the heart of Chelsea is definitely up there with the best of the best. We recently had the opportunity to review the Dude Food brunch at Kurobuta on the King’s Road, Chelsea, and it completely exceeded expectations. More and more often, we find that with bottomless brunches the quality of food isn’t as top notch as it could be, however Kurobuta is a different story.

Team Coco’s best brunch spots in London: Kurobuta

Catching on to the latest trend from Japan, Japanese Dude Food, Kurobuta has recently launched a bottomless brunch every Saturday inspired by Japanese flavours mixed with the ‘dude food’ of mid-south America. Think sashimi pizzas with truffle ponzu, fried spicy chicken wings with some pretty hot sauce, and bao buns – lots and lots of buns… hungry yet?! For £35, you can feast the most delightful and unlimited sushi, buns, hot and cold dishes and for another £10 you can have unlimited wine, prosecco and Asahi beer, from the self-pour table at Kurobuta, as Saturday brunching takes an Asian twist.

Team Coco’s best brunch spots in London: Kurobuta

A sushi section sits alongside this and contains some lighter dishes to counteract the hearty (attack) but delicious dude food, including spicy tuna rolled in tempura crunchies and yellowtail with green chilli and coriander hosomaki. The menu is varied and the tapas-style dishes make it easy for you to have a bite, or two, of everything you wish to try. To top it off, you also receive a welcome cocktail of a wasabi bloody mary on arrival before choosing the bottomless option that suits; prosecco, red or white wine or the new super dry Asahi beer. Treat yourself and also try the espresso martinis there – they alone make the restaurant an absolute delight. We would have our fair share of Kurobuta dude food every week if we could!

Laura.Bartlett

Laura.Bartlett

Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.