We've had Koya's take on the Full English - serving it up as udon with bacon and egg, now get ready for the Moroccan version of the best kickstart to the day. Momo's Head Chef, Philippe Agnello's new interpretation of the Full English sees it cooked in a tagine featuring coco beans in charmoula sauce, merguez, garlic mushroom stuffed tomato and poached free-range eggs (£11).
It's part of a new brunch offering at Momo on the weekend where brunch and Sunday lunch will be served up followed by cinema sessions downstairs in the lounge. Hot mint teas, North-African Bloody Momos (£9.00) and a selection of homemade cinema-snacks will be on offer against a backdrop of classic and contemporary European and North African films.
If you're looking for something more substantial to eat, there are two Sunday roasts to choose from - whole Moroccan chicken £27.00 for two or Lamb méchoui £49.00 for two - a whole lamb shoulder, slow-roasted over charcoal, with North African spices and greens.
The Weekend Voyage films will be screened every Saturday and Sunday at 1.30pm, and will be complimentary to guests enjoying Momo’s brunch between 11am and 12:30pm.
Weekend Voyages kicks off on Saturday 12 April at Momo, 25 Heddon St, London W1B 4BH and pre-booking is recommended.
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