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Let’s face it, it doesn’t get much better than brunching at the weekend with your favourite people.
Soft-poached eggs served on avocado-topped sourdough and banana buttermilk pancakes with blueberries and thick mascarpone, the classic in-between meal really is one of life’s greatest pleasures.
But with the imminent arrival of spring, we’re in the mood for something a little bolder: bottomless brunch! Luckily for us, London is full of places with free-flowing bubbles!
From fried chicken and breakfast burritos, to sushi and milk-white steamed buns all washed down with a Bloody Mary, London’s restaurants are some of the most inventive when it comes to this boozy experience.
Whether you’re after limitless margaritas or more partial to a bit of bubbly, we’ve rounded up the best bottomless brunch spots in the capital.
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An all-day Australian-style diner serving a killer brunch menu and endless tipples. You could have one of everything on the menu, which is almost doable if you’re in a group and plan to stick to small plates for a bit of variation. Don’t miss the unicorn waffles, featuring pomegranate jelly, meringue horns, fresh berries and white chocolate ice cream. Online reservations are a must as weekend brunch times can be busy. Expect to cough up around £40pp for the experience.
The good folks down at this humble Kings Cross eatery offer two hours of bottomless brunch fun with all the classics. Think bloodies, bubbles, bagels and board games for £26pp. What more could you want? You seriously don’t want to miss the sun-blushed tomato, tapenade and sweet herbs bagel – it’s a winner.
Colourful, nostalgic and a bit of a wildcard, Cereal Killer Cafe sells more than 120 cereals, plus a selection of milk, toppings and the real breakfast of champions: cereal-inspired cocktails. Featuring the classics such as Special K, Reese’s Puffs and Fruit Loops, it’s every child’s (and adult’s) dream. While it doesn’t offer a bottomless brunch set menu, you can expect to pay around £50 for 2 people based on your chosen bowl of cereal and a few cocktails. That reminds us, don’t miss the Drunk Leprechaun, made from marshmallow flavoured vodka and topped with Lucky Charms.
Avenue may be on the pricier side, but it’s worth a visit just to see diners dressed to the nines from 11am onwards, grooving on the dance floor. Think champagne fountains, chandeliers crafted from large wine glasses and hipster waiters with man buns. The food isn’t too shabby either. We loved the hoisin duck with special slaw and the mac and cheese with lobster. Sound too heavy? You’ll need it after all those Bloody Marys! Expect to pay about £45pp.
Tropical prints, potted plants spilling from the ceiling and alcoholic jugs brimming with spicy Bloody Marys and seasonal bellinis gives this whitewashed eatery a well-deserved spot on the list. Food-wise you can’t go wrong with the braised beef crispy potato hash, served with a fried duck egg and washed down with bottles of bubbly for an extra £17. It’s a real weekend treat.
Next time you’re in the mood for a Peruvian breakfast burger with a sunny side-up fried egg, melted habanero cheese and a pisco sour on the side, get yourself off to Mommi. With unlimited house prosecco and 3 courses of brunch fun at £65 for 2 people, it’s a no-brainer for your weekend fix. Don’t miss the Latin Benedict Royale dish, with pink yuzu salmon, soft-poached eggs and salt-baked tomatoes.
The Grind is all about the coffee and we’re here for it. When you’re just a stone’s throw away from one of the finest food markets in town, Exmouth Market, coffee alone just doesn’t cut it. On weekends, you can expect eggs and wild mushroom hash, buttermilk pancakes and sweet potato harissa cakes and bottomless prosecco for £25 each. Our foodie pick is the house-cured beetroot salmon, with soft-poached eggs on toast.
It wouldn’t be a brunch guide without including The Alchemist. Hungry? Go the whole way with the ‘Full Alchemist’ featuring smoky bacon, crispy hash brown bites and a perfectly cooked egg of your choice. Or, if you in the mood for something lighter, the broken omelette should be your go-to, bursting with chorizo, bacon, mushrooms, and accompanied with buttery toast. You can also choose three delicious tipples from a list including Aperol spritz, gin fusions and sangria, as well as low or no alcohol mocktails. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed with this one.
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