Brunch 12 people this Sunday

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Monday 7 January 2013 9.32am
can anyone recommend somewhere local that could accomodate 12 people for brunch at short notice? 10am ish? Elliots isnt able too
Monday 7 January 2013 10.30am
What about Jake's Diner, just behind Borough Station?
Monday 7 January 2013 10.31am
The Laughing Gravy, Blackfriars Road Sunday brunch menu

Open from 11. Truly excellent Corned beef hash and eggs.
Monday 7 January 2013 11.26am
The Anchor and Hope on The Cut used to do a lunch sitting and you could reserve.

Great fun, everyone sitting down to the same lunch and excellent food.

We went once a few years back and fell out the door 4 hours later.
Monday 7 January 2013 11.39am
Monday 7 January 2013 12.26pm
Village East has a private room which would suit that number well, or they could reserve an area in the upstairs bar, or maybe set you up in the main restaurant.
Monday 7 January 2013 12.39pm
Zucca also have a very nice private room. We had a Christmas dinner there together with our neighbours on our floor. It was splendid and very affordable.
Monday 7 January 2013 12.58pm
Butler's Wharf Chop House? Always had good brunch there in the past.
Monday 7 January 2013 1.38pm
All Bar One or Browns on Butler's Wharf also do brunch and have plenty of space for large bookings. If you prefer to avoid the chains then I think the Roebuck pub still does a weekend brunch. Must be some other pubs with a brunch offering as well.
Monday 7 January 2013 4.42pm
Guy's street wrote:
What about Jake's Diner, just behind Borough Station?

I think you mean Joe's Kitchen.

Village East also an option, and serves better food than Joe's. El Vergel is another potential.

They are probably the only 10am brunch places I can think of. Most of the other places above are more "lunch" than "brunch".
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