‘Brunch’, in London, is a meal synonymous with over indulgence – bloody Mary’s garnished with bacon, eggs oozing over fluffy white, carby loafs and sugary, sugary american cereals topped with ‘fluff’. It seems that this meal is getting away with murder… literally!
Perfectly timed, Pont St’s executive chef Sophie Michell has teamed up with the veteran of organic cold press juices, Kara Rosen founder of Plenish Juice to create the ultimate detox brunch menu – which does just that.
The six goodness packed Plenish Juices on offer have been paired with virtuous brunch options to suit each flavour profile.
This weekend we were lucky enough to try the wholegrain, salmon kedgeree twinned with a Plenish Boost (lemon, ginger, kale an pear) as well as this we sampled the ‘Green Eggs’ – which was a fluffy portion of scrambled eggs with the addition of broccoli, courgette, spinach and fried onions, topped with pesto – which was washed down with a very, very green Plenish Lift Juice (pear, cucumber, basil, romaine, kale).
Some other suggestions include:
Sour cherry, pistachio, macadamia nut and coconut oil roasted wheat free granola
Plenish Pump Juice (beetroot, cherry and lime)
California Eggs Benedict, chicken patty, spinach, avocado and jalapeño hollandaise
Plenish Kick Juice (pineapple, chilli, lime and coconut nectar)
The perfect way to refuel your New Years resolutions, Pont St makes detoxing both glamorous and easy and makes brunching during January a pleasure.