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Splendid Sunday Lunch At Brix London Bridge SE1

A friend arranged for us to enjoy Sunday lunch at Brix, London Bridge, SE1. Unsure of what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised. The vegetarian roast was exceptional, and the meat eaters raved about their pork and beef dishes. Brix might be the perfect choice if you’re looking for the best places for Sunday lunch in SE1 or quality roasts in Bankside. And for those who prefer something other than roast dinners, there’s an option to select from their variety of small or large plates.

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“Splendid Sunday lunch plates brimming with all the right ingredients at Brix where London Bridge, Borough and Bankside converge,” Homegirl London.

Brix Sunday Lunch Menu

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At Brix, the Sunday lunch menu features a variety of sumptuous roast options. These include a tender, charred free-range chicken paired with golden roast potatoes, sweet maple-glazed carrots, flavourful hispi cabbage, tangy citrus jelly, and a classic Yorkshire pudding. For beef lovers, there was a succulent dry-aged sirloin accompanied by the same delicious sides, enhanced with a rich onion jam. The confit pork belly option stood out with its crispy crackling and smooth apple sauce. These cost £22-23.

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I was over the moon with my vegetarian Sunday lunch. It featured roasted butternut squash, complemented with wild mushrooms, vibrant salsa rossa, hispi cabbage and roast potatoes. You get a large Yorkshire pudding on a side plate and a little jug of gravy. I thought it was good value at £18.50 with premium ingredients and a pretty display.

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For those not in the mood for a roast, Brix also presented big plates, such as the house burger and a vegan-friendly roasted beetroot and chickpea burger. Another highlight was the charred chalk stream trout, delicately paired with samphire, a sea vegetable broth and a creamy saffron aioli. My partner tried the latter, which he thought was excellent. These cost from £12-18.

sunday lunch at brix sweet potato fries

Extras are available to complete the meal, including Old Bay seasoned fries, sweet potato fries, a refreshing beetroot, apple slaw, and roasted hispi cabbage. Or you can choose a few small plates to share, like their signature Brix buffalo wings, crispy pork belly bites with a spicy honey glaze or cider-battered oyster mushrooms. Extras cost £5-5 while small plates are £8-10.

sunday lunch at brix cheesecake

Their dessert menu included daim bar cheesecake, chocolate mousse with poached pear and meringue and a sweet potato pie with marshmallows and candied pecans. My partner and I shared the first two, with the cheesecake being the winner on taste. Ice creams, sorbets and a cheese board are also available. Desserts cost £8, ice cream cost £2.50, and cheeseboard cost £10. Push the boat with a liquid dessert like a chocolate Manhattan or espresso martini.

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Helpful Information About Brix London SE1

For more information, please visit the Brix website. Located at 16 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0HS, Brix welcomes Sunday guests from noon to midnight. Their operating hours are from 5 pm to midnight on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 5 pm to 1 am on Thursdays and Fridays, and from 4 pm to 1 am on Saturdays. The nearest stations are Borough, London Bridge, and Southwark stations.

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Discover the spacious warehouse venue at the vibrant heart of London Bridge, a stone’s throw away from The Tate Modern, Bankside and Borough Market. This versatile space features a dining hall, lounge bar, private dining areas and a late-night bar in the basement. It presents an ideal setting for savouring drinks or a meal with colleagues throughout the week or indulging in a leisurely Sunday lunch with friends.

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If you want to explore the area, you may find this article of interest:

Ten Things To Do In London Bridge

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. I only write about eateries where I had a good experience. I recommend you do further research as standards fluctuate, as do opinions. Please check if the establishment is still in business and the opening times before you go. If you discover this restaurant has closed, contact me to remove it from my blog.