Drunch was supposed to be my night off! Every night this week I had a dinner or party to attend that I knew would be a calorie overload. And every morning I woke up and found it harder and harder to fit in to my skinny jeans.
Since there is no alcohol served at Drunch, we ordered from the Juice Bar. Mr. Sunny sipped on the Cooler (watermelon and mint). I picked the Antioxidant Supreme (strawberry, blueberry and mango). They were very refreshing.
He gives it two sunny thumbs up.
Like I said, we meant well. We figured with no alcohol to drown our decision making abilities, we’d be alright. No so much.
All hell broke loose then, Sunny friends.
As someone who lived in New York for many years and has baked a New York traditional cheesecake or two, this one was very different. It was an extra special treat.
I’ve never had a cheesecake quite like it. The crust easily had to be an inch or two thick. It also seemed the filling wasn’t added after the crust was baked. It was excellent, but the portion they give you is definitely for two people. I’m glad our Server (who was fabulous) warned us.
Something you should know before heading to Drunch is that it’s extremely popular for shisha. Mr. Sunny was interested in trying it, as it’s something he hasn’t done since his days as an international journalist when NBC News sent him to Jordan and Beirut.
Unfortunately, by the time we had finished our meal inside, all the outside tables were full. This certainly was no fault of the staff. They had offered when we arrived, but we declined in order to eat first.
I absolutely love that they have charging stations for phones so visibly available. Smart. Smart. Smart.
If you’re look for a boutique eatery and lounge with an alfresco shisha garden, then you would really enjoy Drunch. It’s open from 11am daily and serves a signature breakfast, brunch lunch, drunch and dinner.
Drunch is in the heart of W1 and serves authentic, fresh and healthy (well, almost) food. It’s located on the corner of Woodstock and Blenheim Street.
Our meal at Drunch was complimentary for the purpose of a review. This did not influence our opinion of the experience.