Bad Egg is definitely a scene on Saturdays at brunch-time, with its FREEFLOW(!) brunch at £35, and you will get a choice of freeflow Bloody Mary, Mimosa or Frizzante (bubbles!), plus your choice of 3 of bad egg’s superb brunch items.
Quite distinct from some exquisite French cuisine restaurants, there are no glamorous plating, extravagant ingredients, nor fancy cooking technique (which sometimes, I think, has the sole aim of making food not look like what it really is - it makes a kind of impression, but most of the time, I can’t really see the point). Sardine uses fresh ingredients and concentrates on how to do simple dishes properly and how to do it best. The dishes are simple but to-the-point most of the time.
Our original plan for the Sunday afternoon was to get Sunday Roast at the famed The Pig & The Butcher, but we were told the wait would be at least 1.5 hours (which turns out to be 2 hours in reality), so we decided to go for this Scandinavian restaurant listed on DOJO as doing "Expertly Cooked Meals".