Tilly Berendt visits the Hyde Park Hilton’s castle in the sky, Galvin at Windows, to find out more about their fine fusion cuisine and an exciting new launch
Go to Galvin at Windows on a sunny day, and you’ll feel as though you can see all the goings-on of London playing out below you like a wind-up toy village. As it turns out, it’s a marvellous way to feel as though you’re miles away from the stresses of real life. Its newest brunch offering is fusion food at its finest, and I’m ready to try what might be one of the only interesting brunches left in London. The offering features culinary influences from South Korea, which are combined with classic French comfort food in a way that makes a surprising amount of sense.