On any given Sunday, Londoners can be found at their favourite spots enjoying a delicious roast, and the humble tradition is about to get an upgrade, with Veneta in St. James’s Market rolling out a brand new bottomless Venetian feast…
Sunday lunches in Italy are a big deal. Family and friends gather around the table for a long, leisurely lunch, and Veneta’s Head chef, Jamie Thickett, is delivering the Italian practice to the beating heart of London through Veneta’s new Sunday Feasts bottomless menu.
With four decadent menus to choose from, guests are in for quite a treat. Charcuterie, olives, homemade focaccia and sardines in saor are all followed by a Primi dish, including kid goat ragu with fresh pappardelle.
After the Primi, choose from impressive main courses like whole grilled bream with fennel, blood orange and agretti, before indulging in some delicious saffron ice cream with rhubarb and blood orange.
The best part? With the Sunday Feast, all guests have the option of either free-flowing Prosecco or free-flowing Venetian red or white wine for £35pp.
Book your table as late as 7pm the night before. Take your time once you’re there, though, guests will have a solid three hours to eat, drink and enjoy Veneta’s new bottomless menu. Available now.
3 Norris Street, St. James’s Market SW1Y 4RJ; 020 3874 9100; saltyardgroup.co.uk/veneta