Colbert offers customers brunch dishes like Eggs Benedict or a full English breakfast from 8am all the way through to 11pm – this brings me much happiness.
Coming across any restaurant talent in Sloane Square is a challenge but if you can get a table at the terribly busy Colbert, you’ll be ok – it ticks every box. This weekend I went for a casual, delicious brunch with three girl friends and a dog called Snoop.
Would I recommend it: Yes if you need french staples, good service in a smart casual setting. No if you’re going to be snooty about not literally being transported into the middle of Paris, as many London diners expect these days.
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