We've teamed up with 100 Islington to celebrate the launch of their new brunch menu by offering Mr Hyde readers 50 per cent off their bill.
Executive chef, Francis Puyat, has given traditional breakfasts a sumptuous make-over as well as adding some original reworkings of breakfast dishes from around the world.
Weekend mornings will never be the same again, as pairings of fried eggs, buttered mushrooms, sweet chilli sauce and homemade jalapeno salsa are common practice on this brunch menu. Available Saturday and Sunday only.
Dates: Reservations must be made between 11 - 26 October. Brunch menu is only on Saturday and Sunday.
Location: 100 Islington, 270 Upper St, London, N1 2UQ
Includes: 50 per cent discount off the brunch menu
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