Reggae Brunch all you need to know
Reggae music is for life, not just for Carnival! The Reggae Brunch team have long heralded this sentiment. Yes, we may all be pretty excited for the bank holiday weekend. With the August bank holiday being the last one before Christmas. The Notting Hill Carnival is the perfect excuse to let your hair down and celebrate life by eating great food and dancing to reggae, soca and calypso music. After all with Reggae music being a signifier for the sun, dancing and island vibes. There’s no way that it should only be pulled out once a year and thrown back in the closet once the clean up operation at Carnival starts. Having launched last October, the Reggae Brunch team have really jerked up the London brunch landscape.
Gone are poached eggs and avocado on toast and income menus catered by the tastiest Caribbean food London has to offer in the shape of Cottons and White Men Can’t Jerk featuring the likes of shrimp and lobster patties, jerk chicken with rice n peas and coconut brownies with rum and caramel sauce. This is definitely a step up from the brunches being served up previously. But if you’re anything like us, most excitingly bottomless rum punch and the party that takes place.Be warned though this isn’t one to bring grandma along too unless she ready to spend be swept up in a conga line following the leader leader leader whilst trying not to spill said rum punch Almost halfway through their 10 week pop-up at venues across the capital and with 3 sold out dates there’s still time to take in those island vibes brought to you by the Reggae Brunch all the way through till their closing party on Saturday 7th October To book + Info: www.reggaebrunch.co.uk