Bacon baps, poached eggs with chorizo & peppers, pastries and ‘goodness’ bowls, great coffee and much more.

Brunch is available at the weekend only

Soups, seasonal salads, hearty sandwiches, generous mains plus British cheese boards.

Champagne, a wide range of loose-leaf teas, finger sandwiches, scones, mini-cakes and pastries.

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Evenings at Parabola are all about an ever-changing variety of activities, including supper-club style menus, one off ‘Pop ups’, talks, masterclasses and very special wine evenings.

Evenings are generally priced from £35 for a supper club and masterclasses or talks start at £20

Curated by some of the leading lights of the UK culinary scene, the programme is always evolving linking in with current Museum exhibitions and the seasons.

10 classic cocktails, 10 regularly changing modern cocktails – plus lovely views across Holland Park.

The bar is always available for walk ins.

Dinner with Lebus and Leigh


Chardonnay & Pinot Noir from California, Quenelles and Coq from Burgundy

19-22 June: Last Supper with Alastair Little As part of London Food Month, Alastair Little cooks & says farewell to Blighty

In 1985 a restaurant on Frith Street in Soho was opened by a man named Alastair Little. His eponymous restaurant was quietly revolutionary: no tablecloths, bare floor boards, a view into the kitchen and a twice daily changing menu of Mediterranean inspired dishes set it apart from the average eatery...