Located on Fitzrovia’s Foley Street in a small-but-perfectly-formed space, Foley’s features exposed brick walls, leather seats, and a small marble bar facing out onto the street…
…and a new brunch menu.
And much like the hybrid creation that is brunch itself, Foley’s have taken the cuisine that makes up classic Anglo-American breakfast/lunch dishes, and the cuisine found on The Spice Trail, and pushed them together to form something beautiful.
All of that means that you can expect their take on a bacon buttie – a fluffy steamed bun loaded with smoked pork belly, -as well as dishes like spiced crab Benedict with miso Hollandaise; and ‘Kaya’ coconut French toast with pandan custard & winter berries.
Then, if you’re after some of Foley’s more classic numbers, you’ll be happy to know that you can score yourself some of their famed Persian lamb tacos, or their Korean BBQ’d chicken thighs.
And you can wash it all down with bottomless Foley’s Bloody Marys, Mimosas or Prosecco… or Champagne, if you really want to push the boat out.
NOTE: Foley’s new brunch menu is now available Saturday 10-4, and Sunday 11-4. To reserve a table, please book online HERE.
Foley’s | 23 Foley Street, W1W 6DU
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