Best Bottomless Brunch in London

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OXBO Bankside
OXBO Bankside
Tanner & Co
Flight Club
Flesh & Buns
Flesh & Buns
Shackfuyu
Wringer and Mangle
Bad Egg
Bounce
All Star Lanes
All Star Lanes
Big Easy Covent Garden
Villandry St. James's
 

 

With the brunch trend going from strength to strength, it seems impossible to walk into any London restaurant and not see the B word somewhere on the menu. The term is being stretched far beyond its original intention and, most excitingly of all, London has adopted the bottomless brunch concept from our American cousins, with many eateries now offering a boozy, wallet-friendly option. Here LondonTown lists the best places to get your bottomless brunch fix.

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Fiz Bar

What better place to enjoy bottomless brunch than a sparkling wine bar?

Lights Of Soho, Brewer Street, London, W1F 0RU

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station , Leicester Square Station

 

Dates: 20th June - 13th August 2017

 

Taking inspiration from Barcelona's cava bars, Fiz offers an affordable drinking experience in the heart of Soho. Stepping away from the pretentious bubbly stereotype, the pop-up sparkling wine bar provides a refreshing alternative to pricey champagne bars and takes residency in the suitably unpretentious Lights of Soho gallery for eight weeks this summer. Run by talented trio Barnaby Lewis, Max Bigland and Jordan Nadian, who bring together backgrounds in the hotel, food and sustainability industries, the bar offers a well thought out, original drinks menu with prices starting at as little as £4.50 - unheard of in this part of town. Despite the low prices, the quality and passion are evident with an intriguing menu ranging from classic cavas and refreshing rosés to the more unusual sparkling red and pet nat. Food wise, diners can choose from a series of dishes that have been chosen to perfectly complement the wines. From cheese and meat boards to mini brioche buns - one featuring the team's delicious homemade pastrami - it's all intended for sharing and eating with hands. At the weekend, guests can choose from a selection of brunch dishes such as avocado on toast, a grilled cheese sandwich and buttermilk pancakes with the option of bottomless bubbles, of course. For a fun and tasty experience that won't break the bank, be sure to head to Fiz this summer.

 
 
 

Gaucho Electro Brunch

Bottomless booze, unlimited food and live DJ sets.

Swallow Street, Mayfair, London, W1B 4DE

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station , Green Park Station

 
 

A glamorous new addition has arrived on London's brunch scene courtesy of Gaucho. Offering bottomless drinks, unlimited small plates and live DJ sets, it's perfect for true indulgence with a party atmosphere. Domain Chandon, Aperol Spritz, Rubia Pilsner and Bloody Marys are all included in the bottomless offer, ensuring the brunch appeals to all tastes, while each item on the food menu has been created with real Argentine flair. Start the occasion with mini dulce de leche croissants before feasting on dishes such as French toast, banana pancakes, chorizo and bacon sandwiches, a range of egg dishes, and, of course, Gaucho's famous Argentine steak. The brunch is available every Saturday at the Broadgate, Canary, Piccadilly, Sloane, Smithfield and Tower Bridge Gaucho branches and costs £49.95 per person. It's the perfect option for those who want to get dressed up and add some pizazz to the weekend. 

 
 
 

Bounce

Free flowing prosecco, unlimited pizza and all the ping pong you can handle.

239-241 Old Street, London, EC1V 9EY

Tube: Old Street Station

 
 

If you like nothing more than a spot of healthy competition, the bottomless brunch at Bounce Old Street is the one for you. Every Sunday guests are invited to indulge on free flowing prosecco, unlimited slices of speciality brunch pizzas - think Eggs Florentine, Eggs Benedict and Eggs Royale toppings - and, most excitingly of all, two hours of ping pong fun. The ping pong tables are free for all but they've limited the numbers to ensure everyone gets plenty of play time and the Games Gurus (comedians and former ping pong pros) are on hand to bring everyone together for games of round the table, doubles and one-on-one challenges. Add to that epic tunes by the Hoxton Radio DJs and one final glass of prosecco at the bar once the two-hour slot is over and you've got one incredibly fun Sunday. The brunch is only £25 per person and takes place every Sunday between 1pm and 3pm.

 
 
 

OXBO Bankside

Enjoy classic British dishes, bottomless bubbles and live acoustic performances.

Hilton Bankside, 2-8 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0UG

Tube: Southwark Station

 
 

Following the success of its Bottomless Sunday Roasts, British restaurant OXBO Bankside is now turning its attention to Saturdays with Bottomless Brunch. Executive Chef Paul Bates has created a delicious menu with an extensive choice of fresh market salads, fish, meat and vegetarian dishes, with guests invited to help themselves to as many starters and desserts as they wish. There will also be a live waffle and egg station where the team will rustle up classic dishes such as eggs benedict, omelettes, eggs royal, waffles and pancakes. Mains are served directly to the table, with options such as fillet of veal, sea bass, and cauliflower and lentil dahl, and live acoustic performances add to the ambience. Available every Saturday between 12pm and 3pm, brunch is £28 for three courses and a glass of bubbles or you can opt for bottomless bubbles for £40. 

 
 
 

Tanner & Co

This Bermondsey restaurant is very generous with its bottomless brunch offering.

50 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD

Tube: London Bridge Station

 
 

One of the more generous bottomless brunches in London, Tanner & Co are known for their generous helpings at the weekend. For £35 you can feast on brunch staples such as juice, tea and coffee, granola and yoghurt, and pastries, which will greet you at your table on arrival, as well as one of the house benedicts or signature burgers. Choose from smoked salmon, avocado and anchovy butter; bacon and smoked cheeseburger with beetroot chutney and chips; ham hock, spinach, mustard and honey; or black pudding and spinach. Dessert is also included and it's all washed down with unlimited bloody marys, mimosas, prosecco, and a selection of beer and wine. The brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday in two sittings: 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm. Booking is essential. 

 
 
 
 

Flesh & Buns

Enjoy the restaurant's signature dishes with a side of unlimited prosecco.

41 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9LX

Tube: Covent Garden Station , Leicester Square Station, Tottenham Court Road Station

 
 

Not your typical brunch, Flesh & Buns replaces eggs and bacon with seafood ceviche, Korean chicken wings and smoked salmon tataki for their Sunday service. The subterranean Covent Garden restaurant is perfect for those looking for a unique alternative to the ever-growing brunch trend and, with large tables and a menu that's ideal for sharing, it's a good choice for groups. There are two menus to choose from - one £39, the other £46 - which both include a cocktail on arrival; chips, dips and edamame; unlimited hot and cold dishes; signature Flesh & Buns; unlimited prosecco, red or white wine; and dessert for the table. The £39 menu includes options such as fried squid, salmon avocado roll and Korean fried wings as well as chicken, duck, pork, mackerel and mushroom Flesh & Buns. The £46 menu, meanwhile, features softshell crab, yellowtail sashimi and spicy tuna roll as well as steak and salmon Flesh & Buns, and the restaurant's signature s'mores for pudding. The brunch is available for groups of up to six every Sunday and bank holiday Monday between 12pm and 5pm. 

 
 
 

Villandry St. James's

Traditional brunch dishes and bottomless prosecco are served in a grand Edwardian dining room.

12 Waterloo Place, St James's, London, SW1Y 4AU

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station

 
 

Located near the West End, Villandry St James's is the perfect option for those who want to enjoy a spot of pre-theatre bottomless brunch indulgence. Housed in a 1913 Edwardian baroque building, the grand dining room boasts inviting red leather booths, vast arched windows and a beautiful high ceiling. The menu has everything needed for a traditional bottomless brunch as well as a few lunchtime alternatives. Guests are invited to enjoy unlimited prosecco, a choice of pastry to start, one main dish and a cake platter to finish. Choose from an English breakfast, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, eggs benedict, and smoked haddock and salmon fishcake. Or, for those who want something less brunch-like, opt for the slow cooked chicken, Villandry burger or Sunday roast. 

 
 
 

Flight Club

Enjoy unlimited pizza and prosecco while enjoying a game or two of darts.

2A Worship Street, London, EC2A 2AH

Tube: Old Street Station , Moorgate Station

 
 

Brunch is a social affair so why not partake in a spot of social sport while enjoying it? Flight Club is inviting Londoners to do just that with their bottomless brunch offering. For £30 each, you and your friends can enjoy unlimited pizza and free flowing prosecco for two hours while also playing a few games of darts. The Flight Club Weekender is available every Saturday and Sunday in two hour slots between 12pm and 2pm, and 2pm and 4pm. The bar also offers seasonal weekend themes to ensure every weekend will be unique. 

 
 

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Shackfuyu

Japanese comfort food with unlimited pineapple-infused sake.

14a Old Compton Street, Soho, London, W1D 4TJ

Tube: Leicester Square Station , Tottenham Court Road Station, Covent Garden Station

 
 

Known for its Japanese comfort food, Soho restaurant Shackfuyu is stepping things up a gear with its bottomless brunch. Being served every Sunday between 12pm and 4.30pm, the brunch is a celebration of the best of Shackfuyu with a selection of popular classics and brand new dishes, each of which will be given a brunch twist. For £29, diners can choose two small plates and one larger dish. Small plate options including sticky Korean fried wings, grilled corn, fried omelette and seabass ceviche. Waffles have been given a Shackfuyu twist with green tea, smoked bacon, black sesame butter and maple syrup, while the breakfast hot stone rice is a breakfast variation of the restaurant's signature dish. The big dishes, meanwhile, include grilled ocean trout fillet, USDA beef short rib, slow cooked flat iron and chilled chilli ramen. Included in the price is unlimited pineapple-infused sake or, for an extra £10, guests can opt for bottomless prosecco.

 
 
 

Hix Mayfair

Head to Mayfair for an indulgent bottomless brunch.

Brown's Hotel, 33 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4BP

Tube: Green Park Station

 
 

For an indulgent weekend brunch book in at HIX Mayfair, which offers three luxury courses with bottomless bloody Marys or seasonal cocktails for £50, or bottomless champagne for £55. Starters include options such as steak tartare, dropped scone with Orkney bacon and maple syrup, and Albemarle smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. For main, choose from eggs benedict, Albemarle and Florentine; gammon steak with duck egg and chips; sugar-pit beef hash with a double yolker and ramsons; and roast pork and stuffing sandwich with Bramley apple sauce. Desserts are equally tempting with blood orange pancakes, waffle with rhubarb and ripple ice cream, and chocolate mousse among the choices. Bottomless brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 3pm. 

 
 
 
 

Wringer and Mangle

Enjoy bottomless prosecco and seasonal dishes in London Fields.

13-18 Sidworth Street, London, E8 3SD

Tube: Bethnal Green Station

 
 

Hip east London venue Wringer Mangle launched bottomless weekend brunch in 2016, serving up a seasonal menu with unlimited prosecco to wash it down. Choose from dishes such as spicy sweet potato and sweetcorn hash with poached eggs and a full English with maple cured bacon, Cumberland sausage, eggs any way, tomatoes, black pudding and homemade baked beans. Bottomless prosecco is £15 per person and customers must also order at least one dish from the Sunday brunch or Sunday roast menu. The brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 6pm. 

 
 
 

Bad Egg

The all day diner boasts a great value and tasty bottomless brunch.

City Point, 1 Ropemaker Street, City, London, EC2Y 9AW

Tube: Moorgate Station

 
 

All day diner Bad Egg serves up spicy takes on classic brunch favourites, washed down with unlimited bloody Mary, frizzante or mimosa. For just £35 you can guzzle all the booze you want and feast on three dishes from the menu. Or, for £23.50, enjoy the virgin brunch with unlimited orange juice, homemade lemonade, ginger beer, limonite, coke, sprite, tea or coffee. Food options include breakfast tacos, chilaquiles (fried corn tacos with guacamole and a fried egg), buffalo rib tips, macanchini (mac n cheese balls with chipotle) and guacamole and poached eggs on toast. Brunch is served from 10am-7pm Saturday and 12pm-5pm Sunday.

 
 
 

All Star Lanes

The bowling alley replaces prosecco with beer for its bottomless brunch offering.

Victoria House, Bloomsbury Place, Bloomsbury, London, WC1B 4DA

Tube: Holborn Station , Russell Square Station

 
 

If you prefer a cold beer to a glass of bubbles then the All Star Lanes bottomless brunch is for you. London's very first bottomless craft beer brunch, it invites diners to feast on American style dishes paired with a selection of hand-picked craft beers from top breweries. Indulge in pancakes with mixed berries, sour cream and maple syrup paired with a Boulevard Brewery Singly Wide IPA; buttermilk waffles, crispy fried chicken and treacle cured bacon with a Brooklyn Breakfast Bourbon Hoptail; eggs and avocado on toast with a Cerveza Pacifico Clara; or a salt beef hash with sunny-side up eggs paired with a Steven's Point Amber Lager. If you're an old school bruncher, you can still opt for prosecco, mimosas or bloody Marys. The brunch is served at each of the All Star Lanes branches every Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 4pm and costs £19 for bottomless craft beer plus the cost of your chosen food. 

 
 
 

Big Easy Covent Garden

BBQ and lobster with a side of unlimited beer, prosecco or house wine.

12 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7NA

Tube: Covent Garden Station , Charing Cross Station, Embankment Underground Station, Leicester Square Station

 
 

With an impressive display of spirits behind its bar, Big Easy Covent Garden is a fitting choice for a boozy weekend brunch. Launched in mid-2016, the restaurant's bottomless brunch offering is one for all tastes with the choice of unlimited Big Easy Brew draught beer, prosecco or house wine. Food wise, diners can choose between The Big Pig Gig - Limitless Bar.B.Q, which includes North Carolina chopped pork, pit-smoked Bar.B.Q chicken and St Louis pork ribs served with slaw, pit-smoked beans, fries and fresh baked cornbread. Or, there's the Lobster Fest, which offers a choice between a whole fresh Nova Scotia lobster, lobster roll or lobster mac 'n' cheese, served with fries and house salad. An a la carte brunch menu is also available, with dishes such as French toast waffles, shrimp po boy and mac attack. The limitless menu is priced at £29.50 per person and is available every Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 5pm. 

 
 
 
 
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