Be the first to try brunch at The Vincent, a new opening in the heart of Hackney Downs, with 50% off food and a complimentary welcome brunch cocktail.
The Vincent is a new all day restaurant in Hackney Downs from the team behind The Sebright Arms and Bunsmiths.
From fresh coffee and pastries in the morning, rice and grains bowls topped with Tamarind chicken and hoisin duck at lunch and an all day weekday menu The Vincent is about bringing together the best bits of what you want from yourr local restaurant.
Weekends are all about brunch, with classics shakshuka, slow cooked pork hash and baked eggs all on the menu alongside bloody marys and fresh peach bellinis.
Dates: Only valid between 12 noon - 4pm on Sunday 14 May 2017
Location: The Vincent, 2 Atkins Square, Dalston Lane, London, E8 1FA
Offer: Get 50% off brunch, plus a complimentary welcome cocktail. The offer is subject to availability.
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