Sundays are made for brunching… especially cold “spring shower” Sundays when the weather doesn’t know what to do.
Steve and I were dining alone but for those of you with children, a child eats free for every paying adult which really does make the deal worthwhile.
The Fiske Bord was a cornucopia of smoked fish, prawn skagan, potato salad, roasted beetroot and pickled vegetables. Whilst the Veggie Bord packed a flavour punch with wild mushroom and taragan tart, oven baked quinoa, kale and butternut bites, Västerbotten cheese, danish blue cheese, roasted beetroot to name but a few.
Drinks and Bords ordered we settled down in our cute little booth. The view from the window is perfect to do a spot of people watching. One of the many things I like about KuPP is the feeling of space and calm. The large windows, soft lighting and cosy seating all add to the ambience you would expect from a Scandinavian inspired eatery.In no time at all, out came our drinks. My Scandi Collins was a joy. Beautiful citrus flavours mixed beautifully with Linie Aquavit. A traditional potato based caraway spirit that created a subtle herbal taste that was so refreshing served over crushed ice. Steve opted for the Czech pilsner that was served ice cold in a chilled glass.
The food followed not long after. The Fiske and Veggie Bords complimented each other beautifully. Both Steve and I commented how the flavours were so fresh and I have to add that the home cured beetroot gravadlax was an absolute treat to eat. I honestly couldn’t fault any of the flavours and I adore the communal dining feel of having platters to pick and share with friends and loved ones. We shared 3 Bords between the two of us which was more than enough but of course you could certainly eat more. Despite being a massive foodie I can’t gorge myself. It’s just not in my nature. I like to savour my food and the flavours. I left feeling pleasantly full but not bursting. However to take full advantage of the bottomless brunch vibe you will want to go super hungry and be prepared not to eat for the rest of the day! Steve managed 3 beers while I had 1 cocktail. I then asked for a juice alternative which our lovely waitress kindly obliged.We were offered dessert which isn’t included in the bottomless brunch price of £30.00 but decided that we could utilise Steve’s special cheesecake compartment in his tummy so chose to share the White Chocolate and Pepperkakor Ginger Biscuit Cheesecake. Although I only had a mouthful I can safely say it was dreamy. Steve polished off the rest. At £6.50 the portion was generous enough to share.
I can’t fault my brunch at KuPP. The service from the moment we walked in was attentive but not OTT and our waitress was lovely. She made sure that our drinks were always topped up when they needed to be and that our Bords never became empty before asking if we would like more.
The food was well presented, well cooked and delicious. I would highly recommend a visit for brunch at KuPP. Go hungry is my only advice to you.
Disclaimer: I was asked to review my experience at KuPP. I was not paid for my review and as always all views are my own.
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