Belgravia although is an area I work in, is not an area where I tend to visit or look at for restaurants. Mainly being that the prices can be quite high and mostly unjustified.
Starting with a huge bowl of edamame, the brunch started off with plenty to munch on whilst nurturing my gluttonous stomach.
I’m a huge fan of salads and though I don’t showcase many on my blog (mainly because eating at restaurants is a treat & I refuse to order a salad), but the ones served at Salmontini were fresh and extremely moreish. Although a part of me did think I could easily recreate these at home.
Salmon and tuna tartare served in a lettuce cup and sprinkled with tempura were next on the agenda; fresh, light, succulent. It was just a shame we had to share.
Salmontini’s sushi platter was outstanding not only was the sushi lined up beautfully but there was plenty of fresh sushi on offer. The wasabi mayo atop the crab and avocado rolls was one of the stand out sushi rolls and one that I’m still thinking about.
After having such a healthy yet comforting few dishes, I was taken aback at the desserts which would certainly appeal to anyone’s naughty side.
The chocolate bomb with hot fudge sauce glistened and although was chocolate-y, rich and sweet, it wasn’t too heavy.
Now although the chocolate bomb was delicious, the star of the desserts was the large raspberry macaron; beautifully prepared, sweet, tart and with a little bit of a crunch. In fact, I would return to Salmontini just to have this for myself.
Salmontini’s offerings of a healthy brunch mixed with delicious sweet treats is one not to miss. For £60 per person, you’ll receive bottomless champagne matched with a selection of wonderful dishes and considering this is Belgravia, it’s a great offer. If you’re sick of the usual brunch options available in London then I doubt you’ll find anything as inviting elsewhere.
I was invited as a plus one, therefore my meal was complimentary. Views are always my own.
– Salmontini, Belgravia