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Best New Bottomless Brunches

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First, there was breakfast, then there was brunch, and now there’s a brunch with a side of boozy antics. The bottomless brunch has made its mark on the London food scene and, thankfully, it doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. With cafés, restaurants, swanky hotels and bars all jumping on the bandwagon, diners are spoilt for choice when it comes to morning morsels and limitless Bloody Marys. So to inspire your next weekend brunch date, we’ve rounded up the best dining spots in the capital where both food and drink have no limits.

Bala Baya

Bakery by morning and restaurant by night, Southwark’s buzzy food joint pays homage to the sumptuous Israeli fare of Tel Aviv. Dining here will set your taste buds on fire, particularly when you opt for the indulgent bottomless brunch. Feast on unlimited starters including grilled Turkish chillies with lemon, or heritage tomato, coriander and pitta crouton salad. Larger plates include steak and eggs – sticky date beef, fried eggs, pickled chilli salsa, and harissa hollandaise – or the famed Israeli shakshuka with either aubergine or lamb meatballs. Sip endless prosecco cocktails and for dessert, choose the chocolate babka – French style toast with morello cherries – or the burnt pitta banana bread.

Arch 25, Old Union Yard Arches, 229 Union Street, Southwark SE1 0LR; weekend brunch available from 10:30am – 4pm, £8 per person for bottomless starters; plus, either a main or a dessert per person, with bottomless gazozini cocktails for £19




Bringing the spirit of Latin America to the heart of Mayfair is Coya’s Peruvian spread. Their contemporary brunch menu includes classic dishes of Josper corn fed chicken with aji panca and coriander aioli; slow-roasted pulled pork with smoked chilli and salsa criollo; and spicy beef fillet served with crispy shallots, aji rocoto and star anise. Kick off with ceviche starters and corn tortillas then move on to the mouth-watering mains. Bottomless pisco sours, pisco Marys or Champagne can be added for an additional £20 or £30.

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair W1J 7NW; weekend brunch menu available all day Saturday & Sunday for either £36 or £46



Sunday Feasts at Veneta

For unadulterated Italian feasting, hole up at Veneta in St James's Market for a Sunday brunch session with a difference. Serving up four indulgent courses with unlimited Prosecco or Venetian wine, tuck into plates of charcuterie; kid goat ragu with fresh pappardelle; and whole grilled bream with fennel, blood orange and agretti. Leave room for dessert: the saffron ice cream with rhubarb and blood orange is oh-so good.

3 Norris St, St. James's Market, SW1Y 4RJ, Sunday Feasts, all day (last bookings 7pm) £35pp



Temple & Sons

Jason Atherton’s latest dining spot will be firing up the grills for hungry weekend brunchers, serving up a mouthwatering selection British breakfast classics. Go à la carte and choose from the likes of Eggs Benedict or wood fired sourdough sandwich with your choice of bacon or sausage; or opt for the two-course Brunch Bonanza, with Buttermilk pancakes; baked chorizo and eggs; and duck and avocado on toasted sourdough.

22 Old Broad Street, The City EC2N 1HQ; Brunch Bonanza includes two courses and a drink for just £22, with the option of adding bottomless Prosecco, beer or wine for an additional £20; available Saturdays, 11am – 3pm



The Vincent

Hackney’s brunch scene is getting a boost this summer, with the launch of bottomless gin cocktails at The Vincent in Dalston. Set to the sound of their vintage record player, brunch at The Vincent will combine a heady mix of expertly mixed cocktails with delicious brunch classics. Devour hearty plates of House Made Waffles with buttermilk fried chicken, bacon and maple syrup; Vegeree with spiced sweet potato, halloumi, candied and golden beetroot fritter, lightly curried rice, soft boiled egg, fresh herbs and a mango pickle; and 12-hour pork hash served with poached egg, fried potatoes, peppers, slow-cooked pork, chorizo and brown sauce onions. Plus, 90 minutes of bottomless Hugo cocktails or prosecco.

2 Atkins Square, Dalston Lane, Hackney E8 1FN, brunch served Saturday 10am – 3pm; Sunday 10am – 5pm, brunch priced per item, £17 for 90 minutes of bottomless Hugos or




Who said brunch was just for the weekend? Serving up some of the best Japanese comfort food this side of Tokyo, Shackfuyu knows a thing or two about satisfying the senses. Head there on a Monday after work to take advantage of their Boozy Monday Brunch offering, where you can order three dishes from the brunch list – think chicken tsukune with ponzu and quail egg and Iberico pork pluma with spring onion and black pepper miso – the famous Shackfuyu dessert – Kinako French toast with soft serve matcha ice-cream – and unlimited prosecco and pineapple sake.

14A Old Compton Street, Soho, W1D 4TJ; Boozy Brunch available Sundays and Mondays, from 12pm-10pm (last reservations at 8pm), £35 and includes 2 small dishes, 1 large dish, dessert and unlimited prosecco and pineapple sake



Aquavit London

Nestled inside in the newly developed St James’s Market, Aquavit’s stylish Nordic-inspired restaurant is the perfect setting for a boozy brunch date. Offering a hearty Scandi-inspired spread, tuck into the likes of boiled eggs, smoked cod’s roe, and avocado on crisp rye bread; Swedish pancakes with blueberries and cream; Eel Benedict; or ‘Raggmunk’ potato pancakes with bacon and lingonberries. Main dishes are also available as part of the brunch deal, so if you’re hankering after Swedish meatballs, you are in luck. Served of course, alongside your choice of either unlimited sparkling wine or the Sommelier’s wine choice.

St. James’s Market, 1 Carlton Street, St. James’s SW1Y 4QQ, weekend brunch 40% off food with unlimited sparkling wine (£20pp) and free-flowing Sommelier’s wine choice (£15pp), available Saturday and Sunday 11am-3:30pm



Martello Hall

If you want to kick start your weekend vibes with a booze-fuelled brunch spread, Martello Hall is the place to indulge. A one-stop shop for day-to-night dining and drinking, this super cool east end hangout will be serving up a delicious brunch of Italian meatballs with ‘nduja tomato sauce; parmesan and rocket pesto pizza bread; and Toast topped with avocado, feta, chilli, roasted tomatoes, and nut-infused dukkah, all with a side offering of free-flowing bubbly.

137 Mare Street, Hackney E8 3RH, available every Saturday 11am-5pm, £15 for bottomless fizz



Flight Club Brunch Social

Brunch with a side of darts? For a playful take on weekend brunching, book into Flight Club’s Saturday brunch social, where you’ll get two hours of unlimited pizza, a Social Darts sampler and a bottle of Prosecco per person. Sounds pretty good to us.

Locations in Bloomsbury and Shoreditch, various Saturdays running until December 2017, £35




Basement Brunch At Hanger SW6

Weekend brunches at Hanger SW6 are a marvellous meaty affair. If you’re craving a carnivorous fix, their bottomless steak-fuelled brunch is guaranteed not to disappoint. Steak and eggs with hash browns naturally feature – as does bone marrow bruschetta – and will be served alongside your choice of bottomless bellinis, bucks fizz or bloody hangers.

461 North End Road, Fulham, SW6 1NZ, Basement brunch available Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm, £35pp



Señor Ceviche Charlotte Street

Peruvian hot spot, Señor Ceviche, has now swung open the doors to its second site on Charlotte Street, and with it brings a boozy weekend brunch offering. Available from 11am-5pm every Saturday and Sunday, brunch classics have been given a punchy Peruvian twist, with dishes on the menu including Corn bread French toast with burnt tomato salsa, avocado and yuzu truffle hollandaise; and Sweet potato waffle with slow-cooked short rib, frijoles negros, fried duck egg, and miso anticucho sauce. Popular Peruvian dishes will also feature, including the ever-popular Pachamanca Pork ribs and Señor Ceviche of sea bass and octopus. And the best bit? Señor’s Boozy Brunch Club allows discerning diners to enjoy free-flowing Pisco Punch, Pisco Maria, or Cusqueña for just £18 per person.

18 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2LZ, available weekends 11am-5pm, brunch priced per dish plus £18 for bottomless Pisco Sours



Bad Egg

With legendary dishes including the likes of pulled pork beans and kimchi on toast and cheeseburger hash, Bad Egg’s bottomless brunch menu speaks for itself; we don’t need to sell it to you. Order as many Bloody Marys, Prosecco or Mimosas as you like for £35 pp.

The Bad Egg Brunch, £35 per person. Available Saturday 10am-7pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm

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Flesh & Buns

Japanese grilled meat gurus Flesh & Buns offer a boozy Sunday brunch for hungry diners, with an unlimited selection of hot and cold dishes, signature steamed buns and Prosecco or red or white wine. Pile fluffy steamed buns with fillings of your choice, and if you’re still hungry, order a few sumptuous sides with chips and dips. The mixed seafood ceviche and spicy Korean chicken wings are well worth saving room for.

Sunday Brunch, £39 or £46 per person. Available Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays 12pm-5pm



Wringer + Mangle

Hackney’s hipster hangout, Wringer + Mangle will be branching out into the brunch game, offering hungry foodies a bottomless brunch like no other. The weekly changing menu will offer delightful dishes including spicy sweet potato and sweetcorn hash with poached egg and legendary Wringer + Mangle full English breakfast with maple syrup cured bacon, Cumberland sausages, eggs your way, tomatoes, black pudding and homemade baked beans, all washed down with flutes of endless Prosecco. Once you’ve had enough fizz, try one of Wringer & Mangle’s signature Hoxton Gin cocktails – they’re seriously tasty.

Wringer + Mangle Bottomless Brunch, £15, Available Saturday and Sunday12pm-6pm




East London’s barbecue mecca serves up a mean ‘Liquid Brunch’ for £25 pp. With showstoppers on the menu like skillet smoked meat hash, beef rib taco and smoked pork belly brunch burger, Hotbox is the place to head if you’re in need of a serious food fix. The Liquid brunch option includes an unlimited selection of Prosecco, Mimosa or Bloody Mary, which they serve five variations of. One of our favourites? Green Bloody Mary with chimichurru, jalapeno Tabasco and cucumber.

Liquid Brunch, £25 per person. Available every Sunday.




For £40 per person, enjoy a bounteous brunch selection of pastries, cakes and classic cooked dishes including Severn & Wye smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, eggs Benedict, poached egg with avocado and spinach and the Villandry Full English, all served up with limitless Champagne. If you’re heading there on a Sunday, the roast dinner is included in the Champagne Brunch menu for a supplement of £5.

Villandry Weekend Champagne Brunch, £40 per person. Available Saturday 11:30am-4pm and Sunday 12pm – 4pm



Lima Floral

As the younger sibling to the Michelin-starred Fitzrovia restaurant, Lima Floral in Covent Garden still offers the same high standard of unique Peruvian fare, with a slightly more palatable price tag. The brunch menu, in particular, is well worth saving a space in your diary – and your stomach – for. Full of show-stopping, flavoursome dishes choose from a selection of Peruvian brunch delights including quinoa porridge, suckling pig brioche bun and spring onion-infused egg frittata. The longer lunch set menu includes the likes of sea bream ceviche and Huacaina beef to start, followed by hot and spicy hake sudado, chicken pachamanca and beef lomo cassava. Be sure to try the fresh fruit smoothies – they are heavenly.

Lima Floral Weekend Brunch, £18 Andean Breakfast, £32 Long Lunch and £10 extra for four glasses of Prosecco. Available Saturday and Sunday 10:30am-3:30pm



Percy & Founders

This super slick Fitzrovia hangout is the perfect setting for a laid-back brunch date. Nestled in the quaint setting of Pearson Square, Percy & Founders is a huge barn of a building with high ceilings, marble floors and a cavernous dining room fully clad in light, glossy woods. Whilst its vast setting verges slightly on the Singapore lobby style, it also has a homely vibe that you can really sit back and relax in. With a delightful English pub-style menu, their fuss-free brunch offerings include the full English, breakfast bap with fried egg, crispy bacon and brown sauce, baked eggs with chorizo avocado and tomato salsa. Eggs Benedict, Royale and Florentine also feature, and the bottomless option means you can enjoy two hours of unlimited Bloody Mary or Prosecco whilst you dine. 

Bottomless Prosecco or Bloody Mary £18. Available Saturday And Sunday 9am-4pm




Nestled inside the Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel, Mercante is a laid-back traditional Italian restaurant that serves up wonderfully punchy, bold Italian dishes. They’ve just launched a new Prosecco brunch menu that will feature the likes of succulent roast porchetta served with Italian garnish, baked eggs with mozzarella and tomato, and even a tiramisu dessert. Pair with bottomless Prosecco for an extra £15.

Mercante Prosecco Brunch, £15 for two courses, £20 for three courses or £15 supplement for bottomless Prosecco. Available Sunday 12pm-5pm



Sea Containers

Expect a traditional brunch offering at the Mondrian’s super stylish Sea Containers, with both British and New York influences. The Full English has black pudding and crispy American-style bacon, and the smashed avocado is infused with fragrant coriander and juicy sweet English tomatoes. Bottomless Prosecco is available for £15, or you can opt for Bloody Marys, if you’re more of a cocktail kinda girl. The freshly squeezed juices – notably the Lean Green with cucumber, celery, kale, romaine, spinach, ginger and lemon – are also worth a mention.

Available Saturday and Sunday 12pm-5pm




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