All Stars Lane announces collaboration with Hash Hut for a brunch

However, the only slight difference with the brunch menu is that all the dishes are centred around hash browns.

The breakfast staple is taking centre stage thanks to brunch founders Phoebe Boddy and ex-Masterchef: The Professionals contestant James Sharp.

Some of the menu includes the Hash Hut Benni which is topped with maple glazed bacon, poached eggs and a delicious brown butter hollandaise.

There is also the Hefty Hash which is their take on an English breakfast and is served up on a big hash brown. It comes with sweet maple glazed bacon, sausages, fried eggs, beans and mushrooms.

Let’s not forget the Hash N Avo which comes with a herb and pea shoot salad.

The concept came after Boddy and Sharp were elevating the hash brown to a Michelin level.

It originally started as a pop-up in Nottingham by the pair before going onto festivals and events all over the UK.

Hash Hut has even been selling their hash browns at stadiums including Twickenham, Lords and Wembley. That is a lot of demand for the popular side dish.

Prices for the brunch start from £20 which includes a dish from the limited-time only menu as well as a prosecco or a Peach Tommy’s Margarita.

For £22 you can get a dish as well as 90 minutes of bottomless hot and cold soft drinks.

Elsewhere, if you’re feeling a bit flush then for £39.50 you can upgrade and get one dish along with a a welcome cocktail of Aperol Spritz or Bloody Mary and 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, Mimosas, Peach Tommy’s Margaritas or craft beer.

That is a lot of choice of drinks to choose from there!

All Star Lanes are also throwing in bowling for an extra £5 per person.

The iconic bowling alley, which first opened its doors in 2006, has several London locations including Holburn, Brick Lane, White City and Stratford.

We don’t know about you but our mouths are watering already.

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