If you are a fan of the bottomless brunch – like the rest of London, the heaving lifting has been done for you. Here are our picks of London’s best bottomless brunch!
Here’s the list of our favourites!
London’s best bottomless brunch
What you get: Three dishes of food, with unlimited bloody marys, mimosas, and prosecco. Note, you can only have the table for two hours which is really the only downer.
When: Saturdays, 10am-5pm; Sundays, noon-5pm
Where: Shoreditch – 41, Earlham Street, London WC2H 9LX
Why we love it: Firstly the name is awesome… but don’t judge a book by its cover dive on in and try the food. I could eat this every weekend!
Cost: £36 for or £46 depending on which menu you select.
What you get: Depending on your menu a range of food along with unlimited prosecco, red or white wine.
When: Sunday – 12 to 5 – last orders are taken at 4 pm
Where: Covent Garden, Seven Dials London, 41 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LX, UK
Why we love it: Firstly, this place comes with a welcome cocktail!
This Japanese twist to the well-loved brunch changes things up from pancakes or chicken and waffles but it surely is delicious! The menu features an amazing Japanese brunch fusion featuring steak buns and pork belly or Korean fried wings.
The differences between the two options is that £46 menu features a range of sushi and sashimi dishes along with a selection of fine steak, wagyu, and fish buns. It also features a chocolate fountain for the table as dessert!
Cost: Food options Andean Brunch £18.00 (delicious yogurt and fruits featuring eucalyptus, Maca root pancakes, suckling Pig Brioche bun, sweet potato and salsa criolla. Top it off with Alfajores and dulce de leche (a caramel of sorts).
Add four glasses of Prosecco for £12.00
You can also opt for a long lunch – menu options are found here.
When: Saturday and Sunday – 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. Make sure you reserve a table but noted that they can only be reserved for two hours. Final orders close at 3:30 pm. The Andean breakfast finishes at 12:30 pm)
Where: 14 Garrick Street (Entrance on Floral Street), Floral, London, WC2E 9BJ
Why we love it? If you are looking for the next coolest thing this is not one to miss. The Peruvian influence adds a little something new to the normal bottomless brunch.
Cost: £19.50 for a plate and bottomless drinks!
An unorthodox brunch – the real deal is actually from 4pm- 7 pm… Aussies, got to love them.
Ben’s is run by an Australian who embraces the ‘sleep in’ idea of the weekend and while this may not be the most glamorous champagne breakfast but it sure does fill you up. During the Bottomless hours, you can get unlimited refills of Bloody Marys, Cava and Negroni’s with a plate for £19.50!
Where: 140 St John’s Hill London SW11 1SL 020 722 83260
When: Saturday and Sunday, 4 pm until 7 pm
Why we love it: This place is perfect if you are feeling like you just need a whole lot of food in your belly! They have things on the menu such as ‘BC Sausage & Black Pud Patty, American cheese, Bacon, BC Hash Brown, Fried Egg and something called ‘Recovery Sauce’. Don’t ask… just eat.
Cost: £35.00 for a dish, unlimited Bloody Marys, prosecco, coffee, and mimosas
Try the Lantana Blowout. Yummy fresh food, avocados, bacon and everything that is traditionally known as ‘brunch’.
Where: Three locations
Fitzrovia – 3 Charlotte Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1SN, UK
Shoreditch – 2, Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Rd
Camden – Middle Yard, Camden Lock Place, Camden Market
When: 9 am to 3 pm
When: Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Why we love it? Lantana is consistent with quality and quantity. Their food is always fresh and they have a focus on quality – while they may take their time (generally they are very very busy) it is worth it for yummy smoked salmon and avocado with your coffee and booze.
Ok, this is a bit of a ring in because there are no bottomless mimosas at this place but it should certainly be on your list of places to breakfast in London.
Duck and waffle have one of the best views of London and a superb menu and are the last on our London’t best bottomless brunch list! They are open twenty-four hours (which is kind of crazy but also very cool).
Where: 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY
When: Breakfast 6 am – 11 am
We hope you find your fave in this list of London’s best bottomless brunch. For more special breakfast options that don’t necessarily involve booze take a look at our review of Sky Garden.
The best part about London is that it is forever updating and changing so if you have a new favourite London’s best bottomless brunch place please let us know in the comments below!
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