Test driving Kaia's all-you-can-eat Sunday sushi brunch at The Ned

sushiselectionChallenge accepted - the sushi and sashimi selection at Kaia's brunch

If there's one thing London isn't short of, it's places to brunch. And with so many places offering bottomless this and that, it's pretty hard for any to cut through the noise. But we have to say the new Kaia Sunday Brunch at The Ned managed just that.

We popped along the other weekend, mainly to see just how much sushi, sashimi and poke we could put away from their all-you-can-eat Asian-Pacific-inspired feast. The answer, sadly for our waistlines, was quite a bit.

We were pretty taken aback by just how buzzy The Ned was on a Sunday. The place was rammed - they also have an all you can eat Sunday Feast going on, served across Millie’s Lounge, The Nickel Bar, Malibu Kitchen and Lutyens Grill.

As for Kaia, the Sunday brunch is impressive - with a help-yourself buffet covering everything from sushi, sashimi, poke bowls, Japanese fried chicken, teriyaki salmon and more. And that's before you get to the pudding section.

nigirA selection of top-class nigiri from the brunch

grillCorn from the robata grill, lamb chops, teriyaki salmon and more...

pokeEvery brunch comes with a choice of drink - we plumped for the sake - as well as edamame, while you work out what to go for next.

dessertsJust a tiny selection of all the desserts on offer - our favourite were those chestnut yuzu mont blancs (top left).

 Hot Dinners dined as guests of The Ned. Prices correct at time of publication. 


More about the Kaia Sunday brunch

Where is it? The Ned, 27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ

When? Every Sunday from 12-4pm.

How much? £45 per person for as much food as you like along with a welcome drink of sake, Asahi, Umami Bloody Mary or a choice of Asian Teas. Two hour seating window.

How to book: book online

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @kaiathened


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