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Hallelujah, A Bottomless Halloumi Brunch Is Coming To The UK

Hallelujah, A Bottomless Halloumi Brunch Is Coming To The UK

This is your chance to celebrate all the things you love about the squeaky cheese with seven dishes- one even including halloumi ice cream!

Mark Cunliffe

Mark Cunliffe

A bottomless brunch dedicated to all things halloumi is coming to London and it sounds like a cheese lover's dream.

For just one month, halloumi fans will be treated to a pop-up restaurant dedicated to their favourite cheese.

It even comes with bottomless Prosecco, as if we needed another reason to go.

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Las Banderas will be open in Soho from Saturday 20th October until the Sunday 18th November so you'll have to make sure you eat as much halloumi as possible in a month.

The pop-up restaurant was created by Cyprus Tourism Organisation to showcase their national cheese and the menu was created by created by chefs Francis Puyat and Andrew Zilouf of 100 Hoxton.

Dishes will include Croque Cypressa, Eggs and Soldiers with tyropita halloumi toast and halloumi fondue, a Halloumi Finger Hash Sandwich, a 'Halloumopitta' with scrambled eggs, smoked salmon taramasalata and sourdough.

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Even if you fancy something sweet you can still enjoy the squeaky cheese, there's the halloumi waffle with crispy bacon, fried eggs, carob syrup, candied walnut, halloumi ice cream and strawberries, or the halloumi aubergine pancake including spiced halloumi popcorn and carob syrup.

Yes, we really did say halloumi ice cream.

And to wash it all down, diners can choose from bottomless fig and campari spritz or harissa bloody mary.

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Prices start from £32 per person for a 90-minute session, including one plate of the halloumi dishes and your bottomless drink of choice.

Chef Andrew Zilouf said: "As lovers of innovative food, we were thrilled to partner with the CTO for a second year running for this project and have worked really hard to create a menu that we hope is both inspiring and delicious, the perfect start to the day!"

Or if you don't fancy leaving the house you can also make your own Halloumi as there is actually a DIY kit for you to make some at home.

You can buy one of the kits for £22.99 from Firebox, and it contains all the ingredients and equipment you need to make eight batches of delish halloumi at just £2.80 per lot.

All you have to do is add your own milk to the mix and you have your very own home made halloumi.

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Topics: Tasty Food, Tasty Drink, Halloumi, Food & Drink