The Best Bottomless Brunches in London
Last updated: 22nd July 2019 | Main image: Martello Hall
Technically, there’s no end to the best bottomless brunches in London.
But, in the interests of time and, yes, out-and-out favouritism, we’ve rounded up a collection of the finest places for a booze-laden, mid-morning feast; from Dalston warehouses plating up endless pancakes and alcoholic iced teas, to sleek Soho rooftop restaurants primed to ply you with top-shelf Champagne and feasts of sushi.
So behold, the very best bottomless brunches in London, for your delectation…
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Timmy Green | Victoria
As Antipodean brunch venues go, this down-under spot is up there with the best. Score everything from aubergine fritters with kimchi ketchup to shakshuka with labneh and charcoal toast – all washed down with infinite prosecco and mimosas. READ MORE or check out their Soho sibling
Best for Mid-week brunching
Timings 7.30am-3pm Mon-Fri; 7.30am-4.30pm Sat; 10am-4.30pm Sun
Price per person? £39.50 (inc. food) | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know It’s one drink at a time, and the whole table needs to take part.
Breddos Tacos | Soho, Clerkenwell
Make like a taco, and get stuffed at Breddos Tacos – who are not only offering unlimited beers, Micheladas and frozen margaritas for their bottomless brunch, they’re bolstering it with all-you-can-eat tacos, too… including a new egg and avocado number. READ MORE
Best for Making Sunday as fun as Saturday
Timings Sundays 12-5pm
Price per person? £25pp for food, +£20 for booze | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know It’s also available in their Clerkenwell branch.
Lantana | Fitzrovia, Old Street, London Bridge
It’s already the second Aussie spot on the list, but that’s because they know how to brunch correctly. Which, if you’re wondering, means wild mushrooms and white bean hummus on toast; bubble ‘n’ squeak with Cumberland sausage; annnd unlimited prosecco, mimosas and coffee. READ MORE
Best for Coffee fiends
Timings Weekends 9am-4pm
Price per person? £30 boozy, £25 for unlimited coffee & juice only | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know Everyone on the table needs to go bottomless, boozy or not.
Señor Ceviche | Fitzrovia
It’s not every day that you can feast on incredible Peruvian BBQ dishes, ceviche and hot wings, with free-flowing bellinis… it’s Saturdays, at Señor Ceviche Fitzrovia. READ MORE
Best for A change from avo on toast
Timings Saturdays 11am-3pm
Price per person? £39 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Only available at their Fitzrovia branch.
DUM Biryani | Soho
Hidden away beneath the streets of Soho, pumping Hyderabadi den DUM Biryani is the place to retire to when you fancy a feast of South-East Indian brunch-styled dishes, a solid hip hop soundtrack, and bottomless copper cauldrons of Indian punch delivered to your table. Which is always. READ MORE
Best for Flavour junkies
Timings Sundays 12-4pm & 6-10pm
Price per person? £15 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours
Spuntino | Soho
Taking its cue from downtown New York, brunch at Spuntino is a raucous, grungy affair, with sharing plates of truffled eggs, bourbon and vanilla French toast, and aubergine bruschetta topped with feta, all washed down with unlimited mimosas and bloody maries… READ MORE
Best for The morning after the night before
Timings Weekends 10am-2pm
Price per person? £18 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know They have a popcorn machine. Which is important.
Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar | Aldwych
The Eneko in question here is Eneko Atxa – the chef behind the three Michelin Starred, consistently World Top 20-ranking Basque restaurant Azurmendi. So yes, the brunch here is good. They’ve newly launched it, with dishes like beef tartare, egg yolks in tempura, Basque-style scrambled eggs with potatoes and Ibérico ham, and confit cod on Basque crystal bread… and bottomless cava or wine. READ MORE
Best for The sophisticated way to go bottomless
Timings Saturdays 12-2.30pm
Price per person? £20 (exc. food) | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know The servers are extremely helpful – follow their recommendations
Bon Vivant | Bloomsbury
Bon Vivant serve drunch, which, depending on your commitment levels, stands for either ‘dinner breakfast lunch’, or just ‘drunk lunch’. But given the presence of infinite bellinis to accompany your freshly baked pastries and er, steak, it may well turn out to be both. READ MORE
Best for A continental brunch
Timings Weekends 10.30am-4.30pm
Price per person? £20 (exc. food) | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Min. spend on food £10pp; whole table needs to go bottomless.
Lima Floral | Covent Garden
Welcome to brunch in Peru, which, we’ve learnt (through a sample size of one Peruvian restaurant) typically involves beef saltadito and sea bream ceviche, Nikkei-influenced main courses, and bottomless prosecco, beer and Pisco Maries. READ MORE
Best for Elegant courses that won’t leave you bursting
Timings Weekends 11am-2.30pm
Price per person? £44 inc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Set menu of six dishes
Hip Hop Brunch | Secret Location
The hip: An hour of bottomless cocktails.
The hop: A three-course, dirty Southern-style brunch overflowing with jerk chicken, veg jambalaya and chocolate fudge brownies.
The hippie to the hippie, the hip, hip a hop: 2 and a half hours of abundant hip hop karaoke, live entertainment, roaming magicians, comedians and temporary hand-drawn tattoo artists.
Best for A big, blow-out afternoon
Timings 12-5pm every Saturday – book HERE
Price per person? From £40 all in | Time limit? Bottomless 12-1pm, karaoke till 5pm | Good to know “No fancy dress unless hip hop based”.
Corazón | Soho
Since Mexico invented smashing avocados, it stands to reason that it would give pretty good brunch. And Corazón’s Mexican-slanted menu doesn’t disappoint, with huevos rancheros; bacon, egg and cheese tacos; and flights of four different margaritas for every guest. READ MORE
Best for A slap up, guilty pleasure of a brunch
Timings Weekends 11am-4pm
Price per person? £20 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know It involves boozy Mexican beans with bacon.
Dirty Bones | Soho
Slow-cooked short rib and egg on crumpets. Buttermilk fried chicken and waffle. And three free-flowing cocktails to take your pick from, including a Bloody Mary with a sour cream and onion-pringled rim. READ MORE
Best for A truly dirty brunch
Timings Weekends 11am-4pm (last seating 3.30pm)
Price per person? £22 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know Whole table needs to go bottomless, but you can all mix and match your own cocktails.
Aqua Kyoto | Soho
A sprawling feast of critically lauded Japanese food accompanied by endless glasses of bellinis might not sound overly appealing, but you can have it on the roof, so that’s something. READ MORE
Best for Unbeatable levels of swank
Timings Saturdays 12-3.30pm, Sundays 12-6.15pm
Price per person? £49 all in/£65 Champagne | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know There are two set menus; one indulgent, one more healthy.
Sea Containers | Southbank
Bottomless containers aren’t ordinarily the most useful things. But the bottomless brunch at Sea Containers is a rare exception, soaking up bottomless mimosas, prosecco, Champagne or Bloody Maries with dishes like smoked pulled pork with streaky bacon; ham and cheese toasties with pickled avocado; and er, oysters. READ MORE
Best for Brunch with a riverside view
Timings Weekends 12-4pm
Price per person? £18 exc. food/£59 Champagne | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know You can also order their shareable roasts. Even if it’s Saturday.
Hixter | Bankside
Sure, Hixter will ply you with an endless stream of prosecco and Bloody Maries, but the most important thing here is that they have a pudding section on their brunch menu. And that section involves salted caramel fondue with marshmallows and donuts to share. Or not. READ MORE
Best for Bringing the parents
Timings Weekends 10.30am-4pm
Price per person? £25 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Can only be ordered alongside a main, max. 12 people
Flesh & Buns | Covent Garden
Bottomless buns may sound like something of an oxymoron… But here’s you’ll score free-flowing wine and prosecco served alongside a bountiful set menu of Asian-influenced small plates like chicken yakitori, salmon sashimi, and Korean fried wings; their classic bao buns; and s’mores with chocolate fondant ‘for the table’. READ MORE
Best for People who don’t like mimosas
Timings Sundays and bank holidays, 12-6pm (last bookings 4pm)
Price per person? £54/£61 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Max. 6 people, must book in advance here
Flesh & Buns | Fitzrovia
And for their second branch, they’re giving you twice the opportunities to enjoy brunch, serving it on Saturdays and Sundays. Expect a similar offering with six flesh and buns per person, sharing platters of smoked meats, bountiful snacks, and desserts like Nutella croissant tai yaki. READ MORE
Best for Brunch for dinner
Timings Saturdays 12-3.30pm, Sundays 12-7.30pm
Price per person? £40 all-in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You can also bolster the menu by adding dishes from the à la carte
Kaia at The Ned | Bank
This is one of those brunches that can’t really be described with words alone. But if we had to try, we’d probably go with something like, “a sprawling, never-ending buffet of sushi, sashimi, poke bowls, robata-grilled fish and meat, noodles, miso soup, breakfast bao, salads, and Japanese-inspired desserts. With welcome sake.”
Best for Bottomless food that’s really high quality.
Timings Sundays 11.30am-4pm
Price per person? £45 | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know The Ned also runs a bottomless feast in the main hall, with lobster, roasts, and a cheese bar. Note that booze isn’t bottomless, just the food – which is more important anyway.
Roka | Canary Wharf
How to Roka your Sunday brunch: a buffet of starters; a choice of mouthwatering Japanese dishes sizzled on their robata grill; bottomless wine throughout; and dessert platters for the table. Crushed it.
Best for Faultless, high-end Japanese cuisine
Timings Saturday 11.30am-3.30pm, Sundays and bank holidays 11.30am-8pm
Price per person? From £49 all in | Time limit? 2 hours
Brigadiers | Bank
Joining the brunch brigade at the latest eatery from the family behind Michelin-starred Gymkhana and Trishna means signing up to an al fresco feast with the likes of masala scrambled eggs; tandoor steak and naan sandwiches and the Full Indian Nashta – with unlimited refills of Kingfisher beers, sparkling wine or palomas. READ MORE
Best for The sheer, epic scale of it
Timings Saturdays 12-5pm, Sundays 12-6pm
Price per person? £20 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You can order BMs à la carte, too.
The Vincent E8 | Hackney
The Vincent, E8. And ‘e also drank, thanks to the bottomless mimosas and prosecco that’s there to wash down the buttermilk fried chicken and maple waffles; huevos rancheros; and ‘eggs in hell’ served on the Vincent’s sunny al fresco terrace.
Best for Laid-back indulgence
Timings Saturdays from 10am, Sundays 10am-5pm
Price per person? £17/20 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5/2 hours | Good to know You can score bottomless coffee for a mere £2.
Hotbox | Shoreditch
Some people might think unlimited cocktails sounds excessive, just as they might think smoked pork belly is an unnecessary addition to Eggs Benedict, or truffled blue cheese is to… anything. But thankfully, they’re not the people putting together the brunch menu at Hotbox. READ MORE
Best for Meat lovers
Timings Tues-Sun, 11.30am-2.30pm (3pm Sun)
Price per person? £25 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You can mix and match cocktails, prosecco and mimosas
Flight Club | Shoreditch
Flight Club want to shower you with build-your-own mimosas, eight types of brunch pizza, and darts. Not literally, we should add. READ MORE
Best for Big brunch parties
Timings Weekends 12-2pm or 2.30-4.30pm
Price per person? From £30 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know There’s also a DJ, which is nice.
Martello Hall | London Fields
The only things that are distressed in this shabby-chic restaurant are the furnishings and wallpaper – because you’re going to be brunching on chilli hash browns topped with fried eggs; bacon sandwiches with ‘Nduja ketchup; and figs on mascarpone and maple-smothered toast – or if you prefer, a huge Sunday roast. Oh, and there’s infinite rum punch and frizzante, too. READ MORE
Best for Big group brunches
Timings Saturdays from 10am, roast on Sundays from 12pm
Price per person? £25 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Only roast dishes served on Sundays (vegan option available)
Del 74 | Dalston
Raucous taco spot Del 74 have given brunch a thoroughly Mexican dusting, serving up smoked salmon with chipotle chili corn bread, and steak and eggs with black beans and pico de gallo – all the while plying you with Bloody Marias and frozen margaritas… READ MORE
Best for Big, boozy brunch
Timings Weekends from 11am
Price per person? £25 all-in | Time limit? 1.5 hours
Mac & Wild | Liverpool Street
‘Dirty’ Scottish breakfast baps; haggis pops and venison Scotch eggs… this is the sort of food that calls for – nay, demands – bottomless buckfast-prosecco cocktails. READ MORE
Best for Big family brunches, al fresco
Timings Saturdays 11am-6pm (last table 3.30pm)
Price per person? £23 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You can also score bottomless roasts at their Fitzrovia branch.
Bounce | Shoreditch
Providing the ultimate balanced breakfast, Bounce have created the perfect formula for a zero net-calorie intake, in the form of bottomless prosecco, bottomless pizza, and bottomless ping pong. READ MORE
Best for A big birthday brunch
Timings Sundays 1-3pm
Price per person? £29.50pp all-in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know They have a Yorkshire pudding pizza. Do with that information what you will.
New Street Grill at Old Bengal Warehouse | Liverpool Street
If you’re going to go for a brunch that involves hanger steak and pears poached in red wine, turning down bottomless prosecco seems almost churlish… READ MORE
Best for When you don’t have anything active to do afterwards.
Timings Saturdays 11am-4pm
Price per person? From £35 all-in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Saturdays only, min. 2 courses, set menu
Clerkenwell Grind | Clerkenwell
Nobody likes the daily grind. The weekend Grind, on the other hand, involves shakshuka, beetroot smoked salmon Benedict, and Full Englishes soaked in bottomless prosecco – and is understandably very popular. READ MORE
Best for Sleek, retro surrounds
Timings Weekends 11am-5pm
Price per person? £14 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know Max. 8 people
South Place Chop House | Liverpool Street
Unsurprisingly for a restaurant that classes Eggs Benedict as a mere starter, South Place Chop House is ready to lavish you with equally indulgent amounts of prosecco, mimosas and bellinis. READ MORE
Best for When you can’t decide between roasts and brunch
Timings Saturday brunch 12-5pm, Sunday roast 12-5pm
Price per person? From £30.50 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Min. 2 courses per person, set menu
Ask For Janice | Farringdon
Ask For Janice, who’ll reward you with a trio of small plates (like hash brown with slow-cooked chorizo; forest mushrooms on garlic fried bread; and baked eggs with Merguez sausage) and limitless glasses of Bloody Mary, Buck’s Fizz and Salty Dogs. READ MORE
Best for The indecisive
Timings Saturdays 10.30am-5pm
Price per person? £35 | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know They’re big on local gins here, so it’s worth ordering one of their juniper-hooch cocktails.
B&H Buildings | Clerkenwell
There’s very little drinksmiths B&H could have done to improve on their courgette pancakes, braised beef and potato hash, and drop scones with crispy bacon served in their gorgeous leafy conservatory dining room – except, of course, demonstrate that drinksmithery with bottomless bellinis, bubbles or personalised BMs. READ MORE
Best for Beautiful surroundings
Timings Weekends 10am-4pm
Price per person? £17-25 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know They also do great non-alcoholic brunch cocktails
Bread St Kitchen | Bank
If these look like the perfect pancakes, just imagine how much better they taste with the infinite glasses of prosecco just out of shot… READ MORE
Best for Perfectly executed eggs
Timings Weekends 11am-2pm
Price per person? £40 all in | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know You can stay longer, but additional drinks will be charged separately.
The Piano Works | Farringdon/Leicester Square
The Piano Works.
Which is good news, because they’re using it to crank out your song requests alongside a full band, while you tuck into a two-course power brunch with bottomless prosecco and BMs. READ MORE
Best for Working your brunch straight off again
Timings Saturdays 12-4pm
Price per person? £35 – £50 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know There are two pianists to start; the full band kicks in at 1.30pm
Jones & Sons | Dalston, Angel
Jones & Sons’ brunch is so bottomless it’s practically a black hole. Only with all-you-can-eat eggs, pancakes and Full Englishes and endless bucks fizz, BMs and alcoholic iced tea instead of deformed areas of spacetime where mass is so densely concentrated it absorbs all possible wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum of radiation. READ MORE
Best for Bottomless food and drink
Timings Friday 12-3pm, Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 11am-1pm
Price per person? £29 non-boozy, £39 boozy | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You can’t switch drink, and you can only order more courses when everyone’s finished their plate. Eat your greens and all that.
London Shuffle Club | Shoreditch
Shuffleboard was such a popular Tudor pastime that people stopped going to work, and they had to ban it. Luckily you’ve got weekends off, and can devote them to 2 hour bottomless brunches here, which includes constant top-ups of prosecco or beer, an endless stream of Full English Breakfast pizza, and a solid half hour’s shuffleboarding. READ MORE
Best for Brunching millennial/16th century-style
Timings Saturdays 2-4pm
Price per person? £32.50 | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know If your group size is less than 6, you might be combined with another team for shuffleboarding.
Smokey Tails | Bethnal Green
Pulled pork eggs benedict. Cherry cola-glazed gammon with fried eggs. Bacon on crunchy brioche French toast. Smokey Tails brunch is already pretty special, even without the addition of unlimited pancakes and booze… READ MORE
Best for Pub brunch
Timings Saturdays – sittings at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm
Price per person? £35 all in | Time limit? 1h45 | Good to know You’ll need to stick to one choice of bottomless drink
German Gymnasium | King’s Cross
German brunch dishes tend to be the Wurst. But German Gymnasium are upping the ante with Black Forest ham and poached eggs on potato rosti, Currywurst with triple-cooked chips, and free-flowing prosecco. READ MORE
Best for A ‘continental’ breakfast
Timings Weekends 12-3pm
Price per person? £43-50 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Available in the Restaurant section only
Little Bat | Islington
Credit: Charlie McKay
Little Bat leave things in your capable hands with their bottomless DIY Bloody Mary trolley, while they take care of the smoked cheddar and roast cauliflower croquettes; chicken and avocado waffles; and almond butter and orange zest pancakes… READ MORE
Best for Those who like to be in control of their own destiny
Timings Weekends 11am-4pm (seatings at 11am, 1pm, 3pm)
Price per person? £25 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Little Bat are from the Callooh Callay family, so it’s probably worth returning to let them make you a cocktail…
Osteria Wolf | Stoke Newington
The already excellent food on offer at neighbourhood Italian Osteria Wolf has just become flawless – because they’re now offering bottomless prosecco, Aperols and Campari spritzes to accompany their set menu of dishes like fennel sausage and raw egg yolk pappardelle… READ MORE
Best for Italian dishes that mean business
Timings Weekends from 12pm
Price per person? £36-39 all-in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Their coffee is freshly ground, Italian, and very good.
Drink, Shop & Do | King’s Cross
By the time you’ve worked your way through Drink Shop & Do’s bottomless bagels, bubbles and board games, Scrabble’s going to end up with some interesting words…
Best for Rainy weekends
Timings Weekends from 10.30am
Price per person? £26 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Bagels come gluten-free, and everyone at the table needs to go bottomless (they do mocktails, too). Pre-book here.
Bobby Fitzpatrick | West Hampstead
A feast of seven breakfast dishes. An endless supply of coconut pineapple mimosas. Both things that were, if retro eatery Bobby Fitzpatrick is anything to go by, entirely acceptable in the 70s. READ MORE
Best for Time-travelling brunch
Timings Saturdays 12pm or 2.30pm
Price per person? £35 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You probably won’t be surprised to hear that there aren’t any major caveats with this one – but you should probably book ahead
Art Yard Bar & Kitchen | Bankside
You’ll find Art Yard just down the river from the Tate Modern, and it’s a work of art in itself: the furnishings are beautiful, the walls are decorated with gorgeous paintings, and the food is quite something. Everything from a whole, creamy, fresh burrata, to their zesty gunard tartare with blood orange & jalapeño, to their earthy baked polenta with field mushrooms & wild garlic pesto is delicious. And it can be made all the better with the addition of bottomless mix & match cocktails: custom Marys, Black Velvet, Kir Royales… they’ll even give you a bottle of sparkling, with unlimited Crème de Cassis to make your own. READ MORE
Best for Great art, even better food
Timings Saturday & Sunday, 11am – 4pm
Price per person? £35 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know There’s a separate room with paper & pens for kids to go nuts in.
Union Street Café | Southwark
Gordon Ramsay’s Southwark restaurant already served an excellent brunch… but they’ve now added a ten-strong brass brand to accompany it with cult classics like you’ve never heard them before. (That is, with endless prosecco). READ MORE
Best for Letting Saturday night live on
Timings Sundays 12-4pm
Price per person? £40 all-in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Book ahead HERE
El Segundo | Peckham
Spanish wine bar El Segundo take the entirely standard brunch offering of churros with molten chocolate dipping sauce, Morcilla sausage and egg on toast, and huevos rotos (crispy potato slices with chorizo and runny eggs), and thankfully add some interest in the form of tequila-laced bottomless brunch cocktails. READ MORE
Best for Spanish brunch
Timings Weekends 11am-3pm
Price per person? £20 for 1 hour, £35 for 2 | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know Walk-ins only
Little Nan’s | Deptford, Catford, Fitzrovia
Nans are probably the last people you’d expect to serve up brunch, but this Little Nan carries it off with aplomb; serving up tiered cake stands stacked with build your own breakfast bagels alongside teapots of buck’s fizz, bloody maries and prosecco… READ MORE
Best for Kitsch overload
Timings Friday-Sunday in Catford & Deptford; daily in Fitzrovia
Price per person? £35 | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know You can also score various bottomless cocktails
Mr Bao | Peckham & Tooting
This weekend could either involve Bao Benedict and Taiwanese spring onion pancakes with bottomless sparkling sake Bloody Maries all day, or it could not. Your call. READ MORE
Best for Something different
Timings Weekends from 11am-5pm
Price per person? £16/17 exc. food | Time limit? Charged by the hour, or £50 for the day | Good to know You can also plump for their regular lunch menu.
Four Thieves | Battersea
Welcome to the Four Thieves, where a man with an electric blue quiff is not a mere figment of your imagination after too many mimosas, but in fact your bingo compère for the afternoon, doling out prizes that you ‘literally can’t give away’.
Best for All-day affairs
Timings Every other Saturday 11am-2pm
Price per person? £30 all in | Time limit? 3 hours | Good to know You’ll also get unlimited hot drinks and toast
Darcie & May Green | Paddington
It’s not every weekend you get to board a Sir Peter Blake-designed, multicoloured pair of barges moored on the Paddington Canal; tuck into baked aubergine fritters with avocado, shakshouka, and coconut French toast; and indulge in bottomless prosecco and mimosas. It’s actually every day, because Darcie and May Green, the two floating restaurants from the Beany Green family, serve their bottomless brunch 7 days a week. READ MORE
Best for A showstopper venue
Timings From 10am Monday-Saturday, noon on Sunday
Price per person? £39.50 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know The whole table needs to go bottomless.
GOAT | Chelsea
Hoofing it down to GOAT of a weekend will see you served with brunch pizzas, poached eggs and full Italian breakfasts alongside bottomless smoked paprika fries, prosecco, wine and beer… READ MORE
Best for Getting everyone together
Timings Saturdays from 12pm, Sundays from 2.30pm. Last sittings at 4pm
Price per person? £40 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Good to know They’re a dog-friendly place.
The Aeronaut | Acton
Aeronaut not only bring you classic brunch dishes and 3 hours of limitless mimosas, beers and Bloody Maries, they also throw in a full-on entertainment bonanza, including bingo, live sing-a-longs, and a miniature Olympics – which is where you’ll find the only hurdles to an excellent morning. READ MORE
Best for All-singing, all-dancing brunch
Timings Saturdays 11am-2pm
Price per person? £32-36 all in | Time limit? 3 hours | Good to know They also run bottomless BBQs on Sundays, May-September
Megan’s | Fulham, Balham, Clapham, Battersea
Chorizo shakshouka; half-baked, nutella-stuffed cookie dough and coconut cappucinos are just a few of the very, very good reasons why flower-filled Megan’s constantly has queues out the door. Get there early, and settle down for an afternoon of bottomless Pimm’s… READ MORE
Best for Nutella-stuffed cookie dough.
Timings 2-6pm weekends, all day bank holiday Mondays (last seating at 4.30pm)
Price per person? £18 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Good to know You can, and definitely should, book HERE.
Main image: Martello Hall
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