Chai Ki's latest brunch offering isn't just an interesting twist on the classic breakfast it can also help with a hangover and speed up metabolism apparently.

This Crossrail Place eaterie has launched its Slow Burn Brunch menu, featuring miso curry leaf scrambled eggs, Indian-style ‘bhurji’ eggs with curry leaf and Chaas’ buttermilk pancakes.

Founder Rohit Chugh, who created the menu, said: “Spice increases metabolism and gives you an adrenalin rush as well as a host of other health benefits.

“The brunch menu at Chai Ki will be the perfect way to kick start weekends and the New Year. Of course spice means much more than just heat and we have incorporated cinnamon, fennel, Kasundi mustard, Tellicherry black pepper, turmeric and our own garam masala blend.

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“Chilli is a great hangover cure and for those who do like it hot, we have a selection of brunch sauces which guests can order to fire things up.”

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  • Tamarind ketchup - reduces inflammation, increases strength of the immune system, lowers cholesterol
  • Agni "fire" sauce made with Naga chilli (one of the world’s hottest peppers) - improves breathing and digestion
  • "Chaas" Buttermilk pancakes - "Chaas" is rich in natural calcium and reduces high blood pressure
  • "Byadgi" chilli & bacon chutney - excellent source of Vitamin A, B, C and E