Eat, relax and Drunch. Three main things we could do at this all-day dining Restaurant & Lounge called “Drunch”, a few minutes walking from the Bond Street Station. Nicely situated at the corner of the Woodstock Street, Drunch is the copy-book cosy-corner cafe. Not only it is actually situated around the corner of the bending street but also its interior is cosily comfortable. A Sunday brunch at Drunch rhymed so well for us that we delayed our breakfast and paid a visit last weekend.

Tastefully installed benches right outside the restaurant was welcoming not only to passers-by but also to diners who were enjoying the recent balmy weather. Topped up with the gorgeous display of artificial flowers at the exteriors, Drunch surely made heads turn and smartphones click for that Instagram worthy shot.

With a good variety of international and eclectic foods, as they call it, Drunch had a good variety of flatbreads baked in their feature oven. With an impressive offering of homemade syrups and fresh juices, Drunch surely felt like the go-to place for the perfect Sunday brunch. While Tanuree wanted to absorb some avocado on toasts, Shehzaad went full English with his English breakfast along with the super smooth avocado, spinach, green apple juice.

Open between 9am and 7pm during weekdays and between 10am and 7pm during weekends, Drunch was our latest discovery of the perfect place in London to munch and brunch on a sunny Sunday. Either as a stopover during your eventful activities in Central London or as a planned event to have some quality conversations with friends and families, Drunch will pack quite a punch with lovers of quality food and drinks served with the warm touch of home. So simply follow your hunch, reserve a table at Drunch and munch the perfect brunch!

If you know my style, you know I love white shirts, who doesn’t, right? To amp up a basic shirt, color or pattern is necessary. Since I was already wearing this polka dot wide-legged trousers, I wanted to stick with a pop of color. So, I styled this ”Topshop’s answer to Gucci” red shoulder bag with this look. This bag color is rich and vibrant making it stand out in a crowd, but since it is red, it isn’t too bold and compliment perfectly to an otherwise monochromatic look. I like that understated aspect. A pair of season’s hot favourite woven mules have polished this Sunday brunch at Drunch look.

What Was I Wearing?

Zara Wide legged trouser
Topshop Bag
Topshop Shoes
Rayban Sunglasses
Vero Moda Shirt
Zara Earring


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