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Providores pioneer and fusion crusader Peter Gordon is the brains behind this informal all-day eatery – a showcase for ideas and flavours gleaned from travels around the globe. Highlights from the
eclectic, regularly changing menu might range from crisp tempura ‘pockets’ stuffed with richly spiced dhal inari (served with caramelised coconut and pickled papaya) to plantain, feta and
sweet-potato tortilla with pomegranate labneh and pea shoots. Elsewhere, flaky pan-fried cod arrives on a bed of creamy haricot beans with vanilla butter sauce for a surprising sweet lift.
Switched-on staff help to create a ‘lively atmosphere’, though tables are tightly packed and service can creak at peak times. Weekend brunch, with its punchy chorizo hash and top-notch coffees, has
become a regular pilgrimage for many diners, who are also lured by the first-rate drinks selection.
Kopapa is a sort of fusion (aka fridge raid) restaurant from the man behind the highly praised yet slightly pricey Providores in Marylebone. The New Zealander is famed for his eclectic cooking, bringing together ingredients and techniques from far flung corners of the globe and putting them on tiny little plates in London town.Kopapa is a little edgier than most of its surrounding restuarants, and is bizarrely loud. Something which, on my first visit for an obscenely hungover brunch, I found entirely horrifying. At dinner time though it didn’t seem so much of a problem...
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Kopapa is great for weekend brunch. When you talk about lunch/dinner, it's not so bad either; it's trusty enough to recommend for relaxed client lunches and casual enough for substantial pre-game dinner with mates. Few weeks ago, some girl friends and I went here for a long overdue catch up. We've not seen each other for months so we decided to go somewhere we can have proper conversation and good food. It turned out to be a tense night.When we were seated, we ordered a mixed platter of starters (£12.50) straight up while we browsed the menu because we were feeling peckish...
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The weather may have been wet and dreary, but there's always a reason to brave the wind and rain for a sneaky little brunch!This was my second visit at Kopapa for brunch - centrally located in Seven Dials and always buzzing with people. | Cappuccino | | Mochaccino | | Spiced banana French toast with grilled bacon, orange blossom labne, tamarind raisin relish & orange vanilla syrup |Tasty without being too greasy. | Chorizo hash with 2 fried eggs, rocket, sriracha chilli sauce & crispy shallots |Nice and runny sunny side up eggs, and deliciously spicy chorizo hash. Also loved the extra fragrance from the crispy shallots. | Date scone | Big enough for two to share. A lovely casual brunch and cosy shelter from the rain.I tried the 'Turkish eggs' on my previous visit, which was quite a naughty indulgent treat - recommended to those who love oil and butter!An all-day cafe, bar and restaurant - I haven't tried their lunch or dinner menu, but I'm sure it tastes as awesome as it sounds. Also had quite a fruitful day of shopping.Oh the excitement of finding XS sizes in the sales...Happy weekend everyone.The Cheekster, signing out x
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The weather may have been wet and dreary, but there's always a reason to brave the wind and rain for a sneaky little brunch!This was my second visit at Kopapa for brunch - centrally located in Seven Dials and always buzzing with people...
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I've reviewed Kopapa before, but I came back the other week for some pre-Christmas party drinks (because that's always a good idea...) and the food and cocktails were so great that I feel obliged to spread the word again!In addition to copious amounts of wine, and a few choice beverages from the very festive cocktail list (which features such delights as Christmas pudding martinis and hot buttered rum shots ), we sensibly ordered a few small plates to share...
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Kopapa serves a mix of asian and european inspired dishes.. Combining them together with exotic ingredients proves to be delicious and unique. Kopapa concepts involves around sharing, ordering large plates and combining with small plates gets you to try many dishes...
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