14 Nov 2018
Tumble into the jungle to find a complimentary glass of champagne waiting, alongside sweet and savoury dishes with a Zuaya twist. The menu is divided into four sections: bowls, eggs, breakfast toasts and pastries & desserts.
A true taste of modern Latin America can be found in the likes of Huevos Rancheros – an authentic tomato stew with cured beef, spring onion with fried eggs (£6.90); homemade pumpkin tortilla with feta, quails egg and a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds (£6.90); or churros with hot Ecuadorian chocolate (£5.90) is a must-try for those with a sweet tooth.
For something more traditional, tuck into a warming bowl of porridge, made using either soy, almond or coconut milk and topped with fresh fruit (£3.75); Zuaya’s house granola accompanied by homemade zero-fat yoghurt (£4.50); perfectly poached Zuaya Benedict with homemade seeded bread (£7.90); a zingy organic Açai bowl (£6.90); or colourful carrot pancakes drizzled in chocolate and topped with raspberries and blackberries (£6.50).
As for drinks, take your pick from a selection of freshly squeezed juices (orange, mango, apple, pineapple, cranberry), teas and coffees, or mocktails. Or for something stronger, the Zuaya cocktail list is sure to satisfy, including tropical classics such as sours, caipirinhas, mojitos and piña coladas, alongside zesty signatures like the Pink Rainbow – watermelon, rose petal, vodka, rhubarb liquor and lemon; Heliconia – Kadota fig jam, lychee, lemon and grapes; and the London to Lima – pisco, lime, falernum, egg white and agave syrup.
Lush green canopy overhead, low-hanging fringed lamps, and quirky animal lighting hidden behind hanging plants make Zuaya the perfect place to impress a date or for groups of friends.
Zuaya’s new brunch menu is served every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm. Diners will each receive a complimentary glass of champagne and homemade bread.