Salmontini Bottomless Champagne Brunch




Last week, Luke and I were invited to a bottomless blogger brunch at the Belgravia eatery, Salmontini. Originally founded in the Middle East, Salmontini is a fusion of Asian and European cuisine, bringing the best of both worlds to the people of one of the poshest neighborhoods in London.

 We started off with some champagne. In case you were wondering, I sat next to Angela from The Awkward Blog and Heather from The South West London Food Blog.



First, came a salmon and tempura salad, which was actually my favorite dish of the entire meal (aside from the desserts). I've had salmon and I've had tempura, but I've never had the two as a mixture...and it is quite delicious.


Next came a beautiful avocado salad with an edible flower on top (not sure what type, but I ate the flower and I'm still here!).


We then had a smattering of sushi. My favorite, being the California girl I am, was the avocado and salmon maki roll. A little cliche, but still amazing!

And then came the dessert all at once. My favorite, of course, was the tiramisu. But we also indulged in other delights like this Danish with caramel and ice cream:

Just look at that amazing chocolate dome!

Luke and I left very happy and satisfied. Here we are, a bit tipsy off of our bottomless champagne and full from our taster menu:


In case you're interested in your own afternoon or evening at Salmontini, you can find them here:

Salmontini
1 Pont Street
Belgravia
London
SW1X 9EJ

Or you can check out their website to have a look at the menu before you make your reservation.


11 comments

  1. Food looks good, so yummy. Making me hungry. Lovely photography.

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    1. Thanks! I'm working on my photography skills. :) xx

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  2. That looks amazing, I would totally love that! You can't argue with bottomless brunch ;) x

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    1. Agreed! Makes for great conversations as well. ;)

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  3. Bottomless champagne sounds like my kind of place!

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  4. What a fun event! I love tempura but have never even thought of having it in a salad! Everything looked so good:-).

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    1. Yeah me either. It was unexpected, but delicious. x

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  5. Yum!! This all looks amazing and now the food has me drooling :)

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  6. I love sushi! I miss the sushi from this great place in Minneapolis/StPaul... Reading just doesn't have the foodie scene that I crave (pun intended) I must get to London for some better food places! This place looks good! I would love to try the salmon tempura dish! Looks like you had a great time!

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