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This 'sky bar, kitchen and club' at the M by Montcalm Hotel comes from a collaboration between Anthony Demetre (of Arbutus and Wild Honey) and catering-cum-restaurant group, Searcy's. The focus is on British food and drinks. Dishes on the a la carte range from ox tongue with green vegetable salsa and oyster mayo to ricotta gnudi with endive, pear, parmesan and walnut vinaigrette, roast halibut with mussels, sweet onions and parsley, and belly of pork with heritage carrots, cavolo nero and grapefruit relish. Cocktails also feature, alongside a wine selection offering a good number by the glass and carafe. Keep an eye out for prix-fixe lunches, too.
"Bottomless mimosa brunch and spectacular views! Choose three dishes and enjoy bottomless mimosas for two hours for £37 per person."