If you ever find yourself in the South West part of London in need of a brunch fix, I’ve got just the place!
I stumbled across Boulestin whilst hurrying myself around town in between meetings and events. I had a serious case of ‘hangry’ and no-one was standing in my way! I saw two gentleman sitting outside with cups of coffee and I was sold, a caffeine fix was something I was seriously craving by this point. I think it’s fair to say that front of house could sense my hurried approach and kindly offered me a seat outside, I passed some rather stylish marble dining tables inside and although this was hard to do (Instagram snaps were on my mind) I’m so glad that they did as I was led to a gorgeous courtyard hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the restaurant. It was the prettiest little area, flourished with flowers, plants and more importantly a world away from my busy morning. Total peace and quiet.. I was in heaven!
The menu, I have to say, aired on the pricey side which I guess comes with French cuisine. Luckily for me, there was a separate all day brunch menu with a simple selection of pastries and savoury dishes. I begrudgingly declined the offer of the wine menu, work duties of course (sigh) and ordered a salmon and cream cheese bagel with the waiter along with a cappuccino. I have no complaints, the food was good and service was quick plus all staff were extremely polite.
It was a flying visit to say the least but I’ve logged this little spot in the back of my mind and next time, i’ll be sure not to decline that wine!
It's Emma over email but Ems face-to-face. By title, I'm a writer, photographer, creative, freelance marketer and more importantly rosé drinker. I'm also a daughter, sister, auntie, girlfriend and friend. I overshare and I swear. I have been dedicating my time to this space for four years. Lifestyle topics are my specialty, with a dose of daily fashion thrown in for good measure.