Hattie Lloyd 27/03/23
Bottomless brunch in London | The list runs pretty deep…
Technically, there’s no end to 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 mid-morning feast with all-you-can-drink prosecco, cocktails, beers and more. From Dalston warehouses plating up endless pancakes and boozy iced tea, to sleek Soho rooftop restaurants primed to ply you with top-shelf Champagne and sushi, here are the very best bottomless brunches in London…
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Best for mid-week brunching: Timmy Green
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. Further afield? Check out Scarlett Green in Soho, Johnny Green in St John’s Wood, or Peggy Jean in Richmond.
Details: Price per person? £48.99 | Time limit? 90 minutes | 11 Sir Simon Milton Sq, Victoria, London SW1E 5DJ | More info & booking here
Best for classy-messy brunches: Chotto Matte
Chotto Matte is a pretty respectable venue, smack dab in the middle of Soho where the idea is to dress up and act glamorous over high-end Nikkei food. Of course when you add bottomless brunch into the equation and your truffled hamachi nigiri is being balanced between rounds of continuous champagne and cocktails, all that earlier class kinda goes out the window…
Details: Price per person? £70 for food, £55 extra for the drinks | Time limit? 90 minutes | 11-13 Frith Street, W1D 4RB | More info & booking here
Best for the meat sweats: temper Covent Garden
Bottomless brunch at temper already tends to get pretty heated when you have loaded platters of dry-aged, coal-roasted beef and house-made smoked sausages being passed around. Factor in an hour-and-a-half of as much wine, beer and lychilli margaritas as you can handle, and you can see why so many lose their heads over this.
Details: Price per person? £45 | Time limit? 1.5 hours, between 12-3.30pm | Address: 5 Mercer Walk, Mercers Yard, Covent Garden, WC2H 9FA | 25 Broadwick Street, Soho W1F 0DF | 78 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch EC2A 3JL | More info and booking here
Best for straying off the beaten path: Pachamama
Venture into slightly unknown brunch territory at Pachamama and swap out your regular avo on toast for South American dishes that include smoked tequeños, sea bream tiradito and Pervuvian fried chicken with yacón & ají sauce. Of course the chance to tack on two hours of all-you-can-drink prosecco hits a little closer to home…
Details: Price per person? Food £27, drinks £22 | Time limit? 2 hours, between 11am-4pm | Address: 18 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London W1U 3JY | More info and booking here
Best for coffee fiends: Lantana
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.
Details: Price per person? £45 boozy, £39 for unlimited coffee & juice only | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: 13 Charlotte Place, Fitzrovia, W1T 1SN | More info & booking here
Best for gorgeous surroundings: La Goccia
Set within the spectacular Petersham Nurseries Covent Garden flagship, La Goccia serves up Italian cicchetti (small plates) straight from the mouth of their huge wood-fired oven. Head there on Sundays, and you’ll get timber-scorched chicken al burro; tender baby squid; basil pesto risotto with stracciatella & tomato; a load of gelato, and a lot more, all washed down with limitless Villa Marcello prosecco.
Details: Price per person? £45pp all-in | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: 1 Floral Court London WC2E 9FB | More info & booking here
Best for a change from avo on toast: Señor Ceviche
It’s not every day that you can feast on incredible Peruvian BBQ dishes, ceviche and hot wings, with free-flowing bellinis… it’s weekends, with the bottomless brunches at Señor Ceviche.
Details: Price per person? £39 | Time limit? 90 mins | Address: Kingly Court, Carnaby, London W1B 5PW | More info & booking here
Best for those who don’t just want Prosecco: Yopo
Tucked away in the Mandrake Hotel is a mini forest which doubles as a restaurant, and seemingly a top place to indulge in a flowing Sunday brunch. Dine lavishly in this smart eatery, beginning with a round of oysters, then move onto the likes of a buttermilk fried chicken bun with guacatillo, smoked cheddar and jalapeños. If you’re bored of Prosecco, this is the place to go with a choice of free flowing cocktails, rosé or champagne.
Details: Price per person? Food £65, cocktails, rose + £45 | Time limit? 2 hours between 12pm-3pm | Address: The Mandrake Hotel, 20-21 Newman Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 1PG
Best for brunch with a riverside view: Sea Containers
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 Marys with dishes like buttermilk fried chicken and waffle; steak and eggs; and er, oysters, all on a Thames-side terrace that makes it one of the loveliest waterside restaurants in the city.
Details: Price per person? £19 Prosecco/£19 Bloody Mary/£59 Champange exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD | More info & booking here
Best for unbeatable levels of decadence: Aqua Kyoto
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.
Details: Price per person? £65 with non-alcoholic drinks/£75 house red and white & beer/£85 cocktails & bubbles | Time limit? 90 mins | Address: 240 Argyll St, London W1B 3BR | More info & booking here
Best for a truly dirty brunch: Dirty Bones
Dirty Bones is one of the best bottomless brunches in London for all-out decadence, thanks to its slow-cooked short rib and egg on crumpets; buttermilk fried chicken and waffle; and three free-flowing cocktails choices, including a Bloody Mary with a sour cream and onion-pringled rim.
Details: Price per person? £27 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: Various Locations | More info & booking here
Best for building your own brunch: Flesh & Buns
Bottomless buns may sound like something of an oxymoron… But here 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’.
Details: Price per person? £42.50/45/65 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 32 Berners St, London W1T 3LR, and 41 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LX | More info & booking here
Best for the views: Madison
Pulled pork Eggs Benedict. Fried chicken on a stack of maple-sandwiched pancakes. Free-flowing fizz poured by a fleet of attentive servers. The only thing that might remind you that Madison’s New York Bottomless Brunch is not, in fact, in New York, is the stunning view of St. Paul’s Cathedral right outside the window…
Details: Price per person? £35/39 for 2-3 courses, plus £35pp for bottomless bubbles/mimosas | Time limit? 90 mins | Address: Rooftop Terrace, One New Change, EC4M 9AF | More info & booking here
Best for stunning pastries & desserts: Snackbar
Snackbar’s gigantic Sunday bottomless brunch comes courtesy of uberchef Freddie Janssen, who draws from her culinary adventures to produce American flaky buttermilk biscuit with a hearty sausage gravy & a poached egg, or Chilaquiles – a Mexican-style dish make with crispy tortilla chips cooked in salsa verde, then topped with a fried egg, refried black beans and cheese. Following on from that, you can score a silkily decadent butter cake, or some frankly ridiculously good pastries, cookies, and banana bread. Oh, and the bottomless part of this whole operation? That would be the endless glasses of Rhubarb Fizz or Bloody Mary you can get to wash it all down.
Details: Price per person? £35 | Time limit? 90 mins | Address: 20 Dalston Ln, London E8 3AZ | More info & booking here
Best for the view, the service, the food: Barge East
A 114 year-old historic Dutch barge that a trio of friends sailed back to London, converted into a floating restaurant and promptly made it one of the best places to eat in London. And on weekends, it’s loaded with dishes like crispy duck egg on sourdough and pork belly sausage rolls, served with endless Bloody Maries and prosecco.
Details: Price per person? £20 excl. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: River Lee, Sweetwater Mooring, White Post Ln, London E9 5EN | More info & booking here
Best for faultless, high-end Japanese cuisine: Roka
And they say Canary Wharf doesn’t have anything going on over the weekend. Proving otherwise, Roka‘s CW branch wine-paired robata dishes, sashimi, and dessert platters, plus bellinis and bloody marys for good measure.
Details: Price per person? From £59 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 4 Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Square, E14 5FW | More info & booking here
Best for brunch with oomph: Brigadiers
Relatively new to the scene and yet already serving up one of the best bottomless brunches in London is Brigadiers – 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 omelette pao; tandoor steak and naan sandwiches and the Full Indian Nashta – with unlimited refills of Brigadiers lager, sparkling wine or buck’s fizz.
Details: Price per person? £20 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 1-5 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR | More info & booking here
Best for big group brunches: Martello Hall
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 goat’s cheese, balsamic and pancetta toast. Oh, and there’s infinite rum punch and frizzante, too.
Details: Price per person? £30 exc. food | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: Martello Hall, 137 Mare St, London E8 3RH | More info & booking here
Best for a big birthday brunch: Bounce
Providing the ultimate balanced breakfast, Bounce Farringdon and Bounce Old Street have created the perfect formula for a zero net-calorie intake, in the form of bottomless prosecco, bottomless pizza, and bottomless ping pong.
Details: Price per person? £35 all-in | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 241 Old St, London EC1V 9EY | More info & booking here
Best for cocktails: Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings
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 customised BMs.
Details: Price per person? From £39.50 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 42 Northampton Rd, London EC1R 0HU | More info & booking here
Best for perfectly executed eggs: Bread St Kitchen
If these look like the perfect fried eggs, just imagine how much better they will taste with the infinite glasses of prosecco just out of shot…
Details: Price per person? From £25 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, SE1 0BS | More info & booking here
Best for working your brunch straight off again: The Piano Works
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, spritzes and BMs.
Details: Price per person? £25 – £50 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 113-117 Farringdon Rd, EC1R 3BX | More info & booking here
Best for bottomless food and drink: Jones & Sons
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.
Details: Price per person? £35 non-boozy, £47 boozy | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: Stamford Works, 3 Gillett Street, Dalston, N16 8JH | More info & booking here
Best for brunching millennial/16th century-style: London Shuffle Club
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, a steady stream of Full English Breakfast pizza, and a solid half hour’s shuffleboarding.
Details: Price per person? From £35 | Time limit? 55 minutes | Address: 4 Ebor St, London E1 6AW | More info & booking here
Best For Great Tunes: Cafe KOKO
Yes, the cafe attached to the legendary KOKO music venue does a great musical accompaniment to their brunch. Who would have thought it? You can expect DJs playing a soundtrack of slick ’90s R&B classics (TLC, Biggy, Tu Pac, Destiny’s Child, you get the idea) all while you feast on salt beef bagels, stacked pancakes, and Sicilian baked eggs. Oh, and the bottomless bit of this whole operation involves Bloody Marys, Bellinis and beer – and it’ll only set you back £35.
Details: Price per person? £35 | Time limit? None | Address: 74 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TP | More info & booking here
Best for big brunch parties: Flight Club
Flight Club wants to shower you with prosecco, eight types of brunch pizza, and darts. Not literally, we should add.
Details: Price per person? From £30 | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 56 Upper St, London N1 0NY | More info & booking here
Best for a relaxed day of brunching: Blues Kitchen Camden
Huevos rancheros, stacks of pancakes, Creole crab benedict… Ironically, dining here is the one time you’re guaranteed not to get the blues.
Details: Price per person? £19.95 rum punch & mimosa/£21.95 bubbles | Time limit? 90 mins | Address: 111-113 Camden High Street, NW1 7JN | More info & booking here
Best for bottomless brunches all week long: Two Hundred Rye Lane
Two Hundred Rye Lane is part cocktail bar, part small plates restaurant offering bottomless brunch nearly every day, with any brunch dish and two hours of free-flowing prosecco for just £25 a head.
Details: Price per person? £27.50 | Time limit? 2 hours | Address: 200 Rye Ln, London SE15 4NF | More info & booking here
Best for something different: Mr Bao & Daddy Bao
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.
Details: Price per person? £16-£22 exc. food | Time limit? Charged by the hour | Address: 293 Rye Ln, London SE15 4UA | More info & booking here
Best for bottomless brunch with live music: Amazing Grace
Every Saturday, this converted London church dating back to 1192 graces brunch-goers with something a little different to communion wafers and red wine. Thai food comes courtesy of Krapow, their new in-house food vendor, while you enjoy bottomless booze and live music sets from the altar.
Details: Price per person? £25 exc. food | Time limit? 1.5 hrs | Address: 9a St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY | More info & booking here
Best for a Mexican take on bottomless brunch: Santo Remedio
Santo Remedio – or ‘Holy Remedy’ – is, by definition, your cure to the weekend whether you know it or not. It’s pretty easy to bag a good avo on toast or full English in London, but pork belly tacos, pineapple & apricot glazed ribs and free flowing margaritas & sangria? Now that’s the stuff that will light up your weekend.
Details: Price per person? £30pp exc. food | Time limit? 90 minutes | Address: 152 Tooley St, London SE1 2TU | More info & booking here
Best for kitsch overload: Little Nan’s
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 treats to share alongside teapots of Buck’s Fizz, Bloody Maries and prosecco…
Details: Price per person? £35-45 all in | Time limit? 2 hours | Deptford Arches, London SE8 4BZ | More info & booking here
Best for a slice of la dolce vita: King’s House
The swish King’s House in Chelsea has just unveiled a spacious terrace to join their elegant townhouse, which makes it a great setting for brunch, rain or shine. Their bottomless number allows you to pick from the usual brunch menu – Full Englishes, avo toast and the like – or their towering stacks of pancakes, which you can wash down with free-flowing Aperol or Campari Spritzes, or (for just a small upgrade) bottomless Champagne.
Details: Price per person? £45 for Campari/Aperol, £65 for Champagne (inc. a main) | Time limit? 90 minutes | Address: 541 New Kings Road, London, SW6 2EB | More info & booking here
Best for a showstopper venue: Darcie & May Green
Board a Sir Peter Blake-designed, multicoloured pair of barges moored on the Paddington Canal; tuck into sweetcorn fritters with avocado, shakshouka, and banana bread sandwiches; and indulge in bottomless prosecco and mimosas. Darcie and May Green, the two floating restaurants from the Beany Green family, serve their bottomless brunch 7 days a week.
Details: Price per person? £48.99 all in | Time limit? 90 minutes | Address: Grand Union Canal, Sheldon Square, Central W2 6DS | More info & booking here
Best for bottomless brunch that doesn’t skimp on the food quality: Brother Marcus
A true brunch stalwart, thanks to its stacks of courgette & feta fritters; full Englishes souped up with Merguez sausage and fattoush salad; and brioche French toast with bacon floss… all of which go down a lot smoother with 90 minutes of unlimited bellinis, mimosas and beers…
Further afield? Head to Brother Marcus Angel | Brother Marcus Spitalfields | Brother Marcus Borough Yards
Details: Price per person? £30 | Time limit? 1.5 hours | Address: 1-3 Pelham St, South Kensington, London SW7 2ND | More info & booking here
Best for homely, hungover brunches: The Little Blue Door
The heads in charge of The Little Blue Door are the ultimate house party hosts – and that means taking the ‘morning after’ into serious consideration too, when they’ll bring you back from the dead after whatever happened last night (who knows, right?) with NYC-style breakfast burgers, pancake stacks and as much house rum punch as you can handle for 90 minutes.
Details: Price per person: £19.50 for bottomless prosecco or house punch | Time limit? 90 minutes | 871-873, Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5HP | More info & booking here
Best for an all-singing, all-dancing bottomless brunch: The Aeronaut
Acton pub The Aeronaut not only brings you classic brunch dishes and 3 hours of limitless mimosas, beers and bloody Marys, 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.
Details: Price per person? £35pp all in | Time limit? 3 hours | Address: 264 High St, London W3 9BH | Book here
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