Mark your calendars.
Which is why when we learned that a halloumi-themed bottomless brunch is coming to London, we quite frankly couldn’t contain our excitement.
The halloumi-inspired menu will be available to try at Soho’s Las Banderas from Saturday 20 October until Sunday 18 November (that’s right, for one month only).
The pop-up restaurant – created by Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) to showcase the country’s national cheese – will offer up the delicious cheese in six different ways.
And customers will have the chance to try an array of cheesy delights, such as croque crypresea (like a croq monsieur but with halloumi and pork belly), fondue with eggs and soldiers, halloumi pitta, halloumi aubergine pancake and a halloumi sandwich.
And the cheese-based plates don’t stop at savoury – there’s even halloumi ice cream on offer.
The menu has been specially designed by Francis Puyat and Andrew Zilouf of 100 Hoxton (who were behind the success of last year’s pop-up, too). Dishes start from £8 or diners can opt for the full tasting experience with one plate and bottomless drinks for £32 per person.
And to wash it all down? Cypriot cocktails, of course, from a harissa Bloody Mary to a Campari spritz.
Brunch will be available seven days a week from 11am until 4pm.
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Images: Las Banderas