When you think of London brunch you might not immediately think Korean, but Jinjuu Soho, from world-renowned chef Judy Joo, is a must-visit. Tucked just off London’s Carnaby Street, take a seat in the stylish space and settle in for an incredible three-course tour of Seoul-inspired versions of brunch classics. Up first is an Anju Sharing Board, packed with inventive treats like the Philly Cheesesteak Mandoo (crispy fried dumplings stuffed with Bulgogi beef short ribs, cheddar, shiitake and pickled jalapeño) and Sae-Woo Pops (crispy friend round prawn cakes served on sticks with a creamy gochujang mayo). Then, choose from a range of starters including La Kimchi Madam, toasted sourdough stuffed with ham, melted cheese and kimchi béchamel sauce, topped with a fried duck egg or the Green Tea Pancakes with mixed seasonal berries, yuja-infused chantilly cream, maple syrup. To finish, go for bowls heaped with bingsu, a fluffy Korean ice cream sundae. In true Jinjuu style, drinks will be flowing with punchy brunch cocktails including Soju mojitos. Take our advice and order the Spiced Kimchi Marys.