Revolution bars introduce new brunch menu

Revolution Avocado Brunch

A new brunch menu has been launched at 25 Revolution bars around the UK alongside a selection of “breakfast” cocktails.

The 11 new dishes include the Avocado Brunch (pictured top): smashed avocado and poached egg on malted sourdough toast, with vine tomatoes, passion fruit, pomegranate, maple syrup, and dressed pea shoots.

The Brunch Club combines lemon and garlic chicken breast, streaky bacon, mayonnaise, fresh basil, guacamole, slow-roasted tomatoes, and poached egg, between malted sourdough toast.

Revolution Bars Group has introduced the brunch menu at Revolution bars in locations such as Brighton, Cambridge, Leeds, Manchester and London. Two classic breakfast cocktails are also available, a Mimosa and a Bloody Mary (pictured below).

The company carried out extensive customer research before launching the menu and identified the trend for simple serves on clean, white plates as crucial.

It also found that brunch has a more female demographic, with simple, fresh dishes packed with colour and using “worthy” wholesome ingredients, which is the basis for the new menu.

Mark Rush, executive chef for the Revolution brand, said: “This is a big step for us and one that has required considerable operational focus to ensure our teams can meet customer demand for this menu and are confident with our new dishes and their ingredients.

“We think Revolution is the perfect venue for a relaxed, fresh, chef cooked brunch enjoyed with our selection of fine cocktails and see this as a very significant and important development to our offering.”

Other dishes include the Porridge Brûlée, made using creamy wholegrain oats and topped with caramelised sugar, fresh fruit and berries. Another is the Strawberry Fluffwich: brioche, marshmallow, cream, strawberries, and candy floss.

Revolution Bars Group operates 59 bars around the UK under its Revolution and Revoluciὀn de Cuba brands.

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