Brother Marcus Angel
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The second venue for brunch purveyor's Brother Marcus, this sunny Camden Passage spot is the perfect morning hideaway. Founded by three twenty-something school friends, Alex Large, Arthur Campbell and Tasos Gaitanos, the restaurant has built a reputation for not only its midday offerings, but also its quirky dining experiences and one-off supper clubs. Come the evening, this place will serve up a small plate menu divided into 'earth', 'land' and 'sea' sections with dishes such as maple smoked mackerel served with horseradish cream, cracked pork belly and orka fritters served with vadouvan and lime. Walk in on a whim or book the semi-private dining room for 12.
The brunch menu follows the same winning formula as it's sister restaurant in Balham, with dishes such as the Step Sister (sweet potato, courgette and feta fritters with avo, spinach, kale and turmeric yoghurt topped with a perfectly poached egg) winning over North Londoners. Drink offerings consist of freshly brewed coffee and cold-pressed juices in the day, alongside cocktails like the Balkan Whip; rye whiskey, ouzo, red apple and egg white, as well as, a wine list specially focused on Greek varieties.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Brother Marcus Angel, 37-39 Camden Passage, N1 8EA