Intercontinental® | London

Intercontinental® | London

InterContinental Sunday Brunch

Discover a brunch like no other. We invite you and your loved ones to experience a relaxing afternoon in the elegant surroundings of the InterContinental London Park Lane. Savour life’s moments through a sumptuous buffet that transcends ordinary dining.

Our team has prepared a delectable feast for all to enjoy. Immerse yourself in a selection of hot and cold delights and witness our talented chefs prepare eggs and waffles to your liking at our live cooking stations. Complete your meal with a traditional Sunday roast, full of flavour and served with all the trimmings.

True luxury lies in the details, that’s why we source only the finest local ingredients to create our culinary masterpiece.

Accompany your banquet with a range of seasonal fruit juices, teas and coffee. Elevate your experience with a glass of champagne or upgrade to *unlimited prosecco and vibrant Bloody Mary.


Open every Sunday from

12.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Served at: Theo Randall at the InterContinental, Park Lane, London, United Kingdom.

*Unlimited prosecco and Bloody Mary are available for 90 minutes from the time of arrival. (Price is different)

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Theo Randall at the InterContinental

London’s diverse and evolving food scene presents some of the finest dining anywhere in the world and InterContinental London Park Lane is proud to house the capital’s best Italian restaurant; Theo Randall at the InterContinental. Chef Theo Randall carefully blends the best local ingredients with hand-picked Italian imports to create rustic fare that continues to attract rave reviews.

Theo’s passion for simple Italian fare took him from Chez Panisse in California to Head Chef and Partner at The River Café. In 2006, Theo brought this experience to the prestigious address of No. 1 Park Lane when he opened Theo Randall at the InterContinental.



Park Lane, London, United Kingdom


InterContinental London Park Lane stands proudly today on the very site of 145 Piccadilly, Queen Elizabeth II’s former childhood residence. Historical accounts recall a white terraced building, indistinguishable from those on either side of it. There was a semi-basement kitchen, ‘like the giant’s kitchen in a pantomime with its immense shiny copper pots and great fire range’, Lisa Sheridan.

An extensive garden at the back, shared with other houses, added an element of community. Elizabeth lived in a suite of rooms at the top of the house, consisting of a day nursery, a night nursery and a bathroom linked by a landing, with wide windows looking down on the park. It was not unusual for her nanny to put her in her pram and take a two-hour stroll through Mayfair into Hyde Park.


Royal History at InterContinental London Park Lane

Other stories relating to Elizabeth’s childhood at 145 Piccadilly told of the Princess allegedly playing games by fetching a small toy, such as a teddy bear or a ball, and dropping it from the nursery landing down the stairwell onto visitors as they arrived at the house.

The best modern-day representation of the late Queen’s childhood at 145 Piccadilly can be found in the multiple Oscar-winning film, The King’s Speech. Scenes of the young family trying their best to enjoy London life in the heart of Mayfair during the years of the Depression were filmed at 33 Portland Place, but the so-called ‘shabby chic’ interiors are said to be in keeping with the style of the house at that time.

145 Piccadilly was to suffer the same fate as many in London during the war, being destroyed in the blitz. Between 1968 and 1975, work began by Sir Frederick Gibberd on the design and construction of the luxury hotel InterContinental London Park Lane, whose other notable designs include Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park.

The hotel was opened by His Grace the 8th Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley on 23rd September 1975.



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