Sunday in Brooklyn to double up with second London site

By Joe Lutrario

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Sunday in Brooklyn to launch Marylebone brunch restaurant

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Notting Hill modern American restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn will open a second restaurant in the capital this summer.

The new restaurant will be located in a 5,000sq ft space just off Oxford Street on St. Christopher’s Place and will repeat Sunday in Brooklyn’s ‘inventive spin on American staples, playful cocktails, and exceptional hospitality’.

Formerly two retail units, the site has two floors and will have multiple event spaces, private dining rooms and two vaults. 

Sunday in Brooklyn was founded by Todd Enany, Adam Landsman, and chef Jaime Young in 2016 in the New York borough’s trendy Williamsburg neighbourhood. 

The trio brought the restaurant to Notting Hill in 2021 following commercial and critical success (Sunday in Brooklyn features on The World’s 50 Best Discovery database). 

Dishes at the original London Sunday in Brooklyn include beef tartare with charred onions and Worcestershire egg yolk, served with Walkers Salt & Vinegar crisps; clams casino featuring littleneck clams topped with garlic bread crumb and smoky bacon; and the ‘Sunday Burger’ with aged beef, ‘special sauce’, pickles, lettuce and cheddar in a potato bun with fries. 

During the day, a strong brunch offer is available that features 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 with drop cheddar biscuits, sausage gravy, poached eggs and sambal. 

Desserts are limited to three options, including the chocolate s’more with chocolate soft serve, toasted marshmallow, and crisp wafer cookies.

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