Time Out says
These days it seems like every bar, restaurant and chip shop in London is hosting its own drag brunch. But at Amazing Grace, they’re doing things a little differently. Opened last autumn, the quirky new live music venue is housed within the 17th Century, Grade II-listed St Thomas’s Church, a stone’s throw from Borough Market and the Shard. And in keeping with the surroundings, the venue has decided to ditch the drag and instead opt for brunch entertainment in the form of a live gospel choir. They’ll be gracing the stage to perform a host of Motown classics throughout the day, while diners sample the venue’s sumptious brunch menu. Curated by Peckham institution Mr Bao, it features a host of Taiwanese-inspired dishes including smacked cucumber, fried chicken with gochujang and bacon bao with plum sauce, plus a bottomless drinks option for £25 per person. Sounds heavenly, right? Just don’t forget to say grace before you tuck in!