Heavy night? Throbbing skull? Tender stomach? Andrew Bredon gives us the heads-up about where to cure a hangover.
'If you're trying to style your hangover out, nothing beats eggs benedict in the dining room at The Wolseley. Then take a walk in Green Park.' 160 Piccadilly, W1J 9EB. Green Park.
ON YOUR TROLLEY
'Dim sum has super restorative powers: unsure why. The trolley service at New World in Chinatown is a lifesaver with loads of cheap eats to get stuck into.' 1 Gerrard Place, W1D 5PA. Leicester Square.
HAIR OF THE DOG
'An oldie but a goodie, the gin bloody mary at one of the Hawksmoor outposts has often helped me through a difficult morning after.' 157a Commercial St, E1 6BJ. Liverpool St.
CHEEK TO CHEEK
'Love the lido! There's nothing like going for a reviving swim, then heading to the new Patty & Bun in London Fields for its epic smoked ox cheek and scrambled eggs.' 397 Mentmore Terrace, E8 3PH. London Fields Overground
Andrew Bredon is founder of Shoreditch feelgood fast-food joint Bel-Air, whose menu includes 'hangover hash'. 54 Paul St, EC2A 4LN.
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