Victor’s is an upscale neighbourhood restaurant. Of course it is, it’s in Hale. Locals call in for everything from brunch to dinner and cocktails and pretty much everything in between.
There’s a global menu with an emphasis on Japanese cuisine. Apart from sushi and sashimi – of which there is a good selection for somewhere that doesn’t specialise in raw fish – you’ll find dishes like seabass and scallop ceviche, Caesar salad, baked stone bass with lemongrass and pak choi and steaks from the grill.
The brunch menu is served on weekends from 10am and consists of pains au chocolat, toasted granola, pancake stacks, American and English breakfasts and the like. The American version is like the full English but less full and with pancakes replacing black pudding and beans. Sacrilege.
There’s also a Sunday roast menu with live music from 2pm and an afternoon tea menu.
It’s a popular spot where people watching and prosecco drinking are as much part of the experience as eating.
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