An Ottolenghi restaurant, NOPI’s menu incorporates classic breakfast dishes with Middle Eastern as well as Asian influences. Dishes like the skakshuka highlight the variety of spices and flavours in this cuisine. Other unique dishes that are uncommon in the city include eggs poached and served with urid dahl, curry leaves and labneh. Their offering changes according to the seasons in order to make use of the best fresh ingredients.
Pair your breakfast with one of their teas, coffees or signature fresh juices, such as the Kumquat and Shisho Kombucha.
The stunning interior features white brick and tile walls, marble flooring, golden brass detailing and dynamic art, just some of the design elements which give this brasserie a spectacularly elegant edge (even their loos make an impact!). The main dining area is great for smaller parties while larger groups can enjoy their meal downstairs at the large chef’s tables overlooking the open plan kitchen and larder. Whether you’re looking for a celebratory brunch or an important breakfast meeting, this place is sure to impress.
With braised eggs, piquante tomato sauce and smoked labneh