Going to Nopi for brunch is a real experience in great, simple cooking and presentation. We went over the Easter break and had a delicious brunch there; the black coffees were strong, using a rich blend, and the kale, cucumber and apple juice was exceptional - so fresh and vibrant. When the food arrived we were very impressed by both the style and generosity of it: there were no scanty brunch portions here: French toast was chunkily cut, perfectly cooked and accompanied by a brilliant compote; the croissant was fresh and buttery; and the skakshuka is worth going for alone: spicy tomato sauce, sharp labneh and on the point braised eggs. Amazing, and made even better by olive oil-drenched griddled crusty bread. We can't wait to go back!
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