I’ve eaten here twice last week: once got the vegan bowl for delivery and then the charred cauliflower open kebab and a chocolate/peanut ball for takeaway. The former didn’t come with any napkins or utensils, huh?!, and £9 for a salad bowl is pricey but man it’s yummy. The creamy avo, massaged kale, quinoa and chili in particular combined are delicious and the portion is decent. The kebab is also presented well and is a good portion size; however the accompaniments of the imam biyaldi, hummus and red cabbage tasted juicer then the cauliflower which was quite bland despite the seasoning. Again, no utensils nor napkins with my takeaway! The choco/peanut bowl is amazing though and I would give it 5 stars for that alone!
This is a super sweet Mediterranean style brunch spot at the very very very far end of The Kings’s Road. Jesus that road goes on for ages. It’s so far down, it’s actually only a few minutes walk from Stamford Bridge, making this a pretty decent little place to head for a girls lunch while the fellas (and football inclined ladies) are at a Chelsea game. Serving up a Mediterranean menu complete with halloumi and other slightly more “exotic” brunch ingredients within a flower detailed semi al-fresco yard (there is an electric roof for the winter) as well as an assortment of delicious pastries and granola - Megan’s is casual and well priced.
The service leaves a little to be desired - they’re not particularly attentive and it was a struggle to get the bill, and at the moment part of the courtyard area doesn’t have a heating supply so it is cold - something they need to get fixed as my group were frozen by the end.
You can tell much of the decor has been planned for Instagram and that’s cool, but it’s busy so getting that shot next to the flowery wall might be difficult.