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This bar and restaurant already has its feet firmly under the table in Soho. From the dinner menu it has dishes such as Double-Pousin & Baby Vegetable Hot Pot with Tarragon Veloute, Boulevard Burger with Cheese & Bacon and Hand Cut Chips and Roast Saddle of Lamb Stuffed with Portobello Mushrooms and Served with a Red Wine Sauce. There are also Lunch and Brunch menus and an open all day bar.
Serving fresh, seasonal British produce and traditional afternoon tea, Brumus is a stylish restaurant and bar in the Haymarket Hotel. At the heart of London's West End theatre district, Brumus has a warm and comfortable decor ideal for meeting with family, friends or clients. A buzzing dining destination with exclusive private rooms, Brumus serves classic British dishes such as Wild Sea Bass, Roast Suffolk Chicken Breast, and Beer Battered Pollock. There is also a succulent range of grill dishes including Aberdeenshire Steaks, John Dory and West Country Lamb Cutlets, as well as Gloucester Old Spot Pork Cutlet, Haymarket Beef Burger, and Cote de Boeuf. Complementing Brumus' convenient location for London's major theatres, there is a reasonably priced pre-theatre menu - ideal for dining before the show. Each dish can be accompanied by a selection from the extensive wine list and cocktails are available at the bar. Brumus is also a glamorous place to enjoy afternoon tea. The Haymarket Tea features a selection of homemade cakes, sandwiches, scones and teas. Alternatively, indulge yourself with the exquisite Ruinart Champagne Tea, highlighted by a glass of champagne and a bowl of strawberries. Whether it be 'tea for two' or for a group of friends or colleagues, a delicious tea is served that caters for the most specific dietary requirements.
A 2002 LondonEats.com Award Winner and 2001 Moet And Chandon Restaurant Award Nominee. Busaba Eathai is owned by Amin Ali of The Red Fort and Soho Spice and Alan Lau who founded Wagamama. The large tables which you share with strangers (or friends you don't know yet) is a similar format to Wagamama. The menu stretches beyond the norm and was based on dishes the Thai Royal Family used to eat. No bookings taken - just turn up.