Brunch at Rosewood London

Disclosure: I was invited to dine at The Rosewood. All opinions are my own.

Oh how I wish every Sunday could start with a slow brunch in the Mirror Room at The Rosewood. Easily the greatest buffet I've ever encountered – curated by Amandine Chaignot in conjunction with the Slow Food & Living Market. The food was as divine as the space and all its exquisite details.

There was meat and charcuterie by Chef & Butcher and Gastronomica, smoked salmon and mackerel by Maldon Oysters, cheese by Bath Soft Cheese Company, bread by Oliver's Bakery, milk and organic eggs by Hook & Son, fruit and vegetables by Chegworth Valley and The Tomato Stall, cold-pressed argan oil by Arganic, and many more. So much swoon.

These simple bowls of mixed cherry tomatoes, goats cheese and toasted pine nuts were divine.

Our mains were slow-cooked lamb and three types of fish – sea bass, red mullet and John Dory.

Of course we made sure to save enough room for the magnificent dessert table.

Posing with my forearm tattoo twin Chloe (thanks for the shot, Clerkenwell Boy)!

Make sure you head down to the Slow Food & Living Market to check out the fantastic stalls, every Sunday from 10am to 3:30pm. This autumn they are launching 'SlowMotion' – interactive events and workshops to explore the art of slow living and food. You can find out more and book tickets here.