New York restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn to open in Notting Hill

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Image: Gary Landsman
Image: Gary Landsman

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New York restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn is to open a second restaurant across the pond.

Founders Todd Enany, Adam Landsman, and chef Jaime Young have chosen London’s Notting Hill for their first international location.

It will be located on a two-floor corner site on Westbourne Grove and will be open seven days a week for brunch, lunch, and dinner when it launches in the summer.

Sunday in Brooklyn opened in Williamsburg in 2016 and has drawn a loyal neighbourhood following for its inventive spin on American staples and brunch menu. Signature dinner dishes likely to be making the journey from New York to London include clams casino; whole smoked artichoke with saffron aioli; grilled swordfish with charred broccoli greens and butter bean pistou; and chocolate S'mores.

The Notting Hill restaurant will also have a strong brunch offer, with a menu that will feature dishes including stacks of malted pancakes with hazelnut praline and brown butter; a Don Reuben omelette made with mole sauce, goat cheese and roasted mushrooms; and biscuits and gravy – drop cheddar biscuits, sausage gravy, poached eggs and sambal.

It will offer an all-natural wine list alongside signature cocktails such as the Honeybear on Holiday – Fiji Rum, amontillado sherry, apricot, pineapple, lime and cumin honey – and the Devil’s Backbone, a mix of mezcal, dill aquavit, rhubarb amaro, strawberry and tomato.

“We are all super excited to be opening up in London, a city with a phenomenal food scene that we can’t wait to be a part of,” say the trio.

“We’ll be bringing a big taste of Brooklyn with us, but we’re also looking forward to working with new ingredients and local producers to make this a true London edition of Sunday in Brooklyn”.

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