The best bottomless brunches in London: 34 brilliant and boozy restaurants

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Updated on 28 August 2019 • Written By Eamonn Crowe

The best bottomless brunches in London: 34 brilliant and boozy restaurants

Brunch, once a little-known meal time on these shores, is now an essential part of the London experience. As a meme page on Instagram would put it, 'if you don't brunch every weekend, do you even London bro?' Of course, the only way to make brunch better than it already is, is to add bottomless booze – with that in mind, we've rounded up our favourite bottomless brunch offerings, helpfully categorised by type. Read below to get started – happy brunching!

Quirky bottomless brunch

For experienced brunchers who are tired of the ordinary offerings

Disney bottomless brunch at The Aeronaut, Acton

What: If you never grew out of your Disney phase, this is the bottomless brunch for you. The Aeronaut in Acton is hosting a ‘When you wish upon a star’ brunch, which is not officially Disney themed, but is totally inspired by the princesses and villains that we all grew up watching. Tickets to the brunch include an epic three hours of unlimited drinks, alongside dishes such as eggs royale or a vegan spin on a full English. Naturally, dressing for the theme is highly encouraged.
Where:
264 High Street, W3 9BH
How much:
£36 per person

Pho, St Paul's


What: If you’ve tired of avocado on toast, swing by Pho for a bottomless brunch with a difference. At The St Paul’s branch, you’ll find a brunch menu featuring fragrant noodle soups, Vietnamese-style omelettes and dessert waffles for those with a sweet tooth. Everything is filled with flavour and if you need an extra punch, you can add on the fresh herbs and sauces available at the table. Drinks include Prosecco, Siagon beer, a Sriracha Bloody Mary or the Cà phê Martini, a deliciously potent iced coffee made with vodka and condensed milk. Our top tip? Accept the bib if you're ordering the soup, as it’s bound to get messy.
Where: 15 Upper Cheapside Passage, First floor, One New Change, EC2V 6AG
How much: £25 per person for 1.5 hours of bottomless booze (only available at St Paul's)

Darcie & May, Paddington

What: If you’ve tried pretty much every standard brunch out there, then we recommend broadening your horizons…to as far as Paddington. Hop aboard Darcie & May Green, who are not a pair of old biddies off Coronation Street, but two floating barges moored up on The Grand Union Canal. Darcie & May serve up a two-course brunch alongside unlimited Prosecco or Mimosas. Dishes to choose from include sweetcorn and spring green fritters and a coconut tapioca pudding.
Where: Grand Union Canal, Sheldon Square, W2 6DS
How much: £39.50 per person

Ballie Ballerson, Shoreditch

What: Some of our fondest childhood memories comes from playing in ball pits, so it’s only natural to add booze into the equation for Ballie Ballerson’s adult version (although drinks aren’t allowed in the actual pit, as that would just be careless). Brunchers can tuck into unlimited pizza alongside free-flowing Prosecco and Pornstar Martinis. Pizza toppings to try out before you dive in include barbecue chicken with mozzarella, bacon and red onion.
Where:
97-113 Curtain Road, EC2A 3BS
How much:
 From £20 per person

The Little Blue Door, Fulham

What: The team here are committed to the restaurant’s ‘house party’ persona – reservations are made via Whatsapp, there’s a faux utility room inside and staff are referred to as ‘housemates’. Blue Door’s lively brunch sees bottomless Prosecco or house punch paired with dishes including a truffle cheeseburger served with fries, chocolate pancakes with salted caramel ice cream or a chicken salad with avocado, sugar snap peas and cashew.
Where: 871-873 Fulham Road, SW6 5HP
How much:
 From £32 per person

Tibits Bankside and Mayfair 

What: This vegan restaurant has demonstrated its popularity when it opened its second branch in 2017. It has now launched a vegan bottomless brunch across its two outlets as a permanent fixture to the weekend menu. Not only are all the brunch dishes vegan (think crisp summer salads, veggie sausages, vegan scrambled eggs and vegan pancakes), but the tipple is plant-based, too. Enjoy limitless vegan prosecco (for kick-ass mimosas and bellinis) as well as Freedom Brewery beers for 90 minutes. 
Where:
124 Southwark Street, SE1 0SW
How much:
 Add vegan bottomless booze for £18 per person

Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch

What: Tapas Brindisa is giving a Spanish twist to the traditional (yes, we're using that term about this concept now) bottomless brunch by introducing sangria and paella – yay! Colourful décor and  the option of alfresco dining can be enough to transport you to Spain for the afternoon, but the signature pealla and classic red sangria, cava sangria, wine or beer do the trick, too. Choose between the classic seafood paella with prawns, squid and mussels, or the vegetarian one with artichokes, kale and saffron – it's served in the traditional way (in a big pan in the middle of the table to share). You also get a selection of nibbles before the paella is brought to the table. Good value for money!   
Where:
152 Curtain Road, EC2A 3AT
How much:
 £35 per person gets you paella and bottomless drinks for 90 minutes

Bottomless brunch with a view

So you can get sloshed high in the sky

Bokan 37, Canary Wharf

What: This sky-high restaurant and bar is far sexier than its Novotel wrapper suggests and boasts panoramic views of the London skyline, 37 floors high. If you’re looking to try out brunch at Bokan, you can expect a three course meal and two hours of free-flowing Prosecco. On the menu, you’ll find well-thought out dishes such as slow-cooked pork cheek, mascarpone polenta, chorizo and popcorn, or smoked salmon with daikon veloute and yuzu.
Where: Novotel Canary Wharf, 40 Marsh Wall, E14 9TP
How much:
£50 per person

 

Dokke, St Katharine Dock

What: Available from Tuesday to Sunday, bottomless brunch at Dokke (simply pronounced ‘dock’) is not just for the weekends. Nestled in a corner of St Katharine’s Dock, this Asian-fusion restaurant is a real hidden gem and the views over the marina are hard to beat. Brunch sees one hour of unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Marys along with a brunch dish or main from the menu – think a four-egg omelette with fig chutney or noodles topped with duck.
Where:
Ivory House, E1W 1LA
How much:
£35 per person

Skylon, South Bank

What: Found inside Royal Festival Hall, with views onto the Thames and the South Bank below, swish Skylon offers up a ‘Saxy brunch’(major pun appreciation), which features live sax music. Guests can enjoy three courses alongside two hours of bottomless Prosecco. Tuck into the likes of eggs Florentine or deep-fried Brixham haddock with chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce, before finishing up with sticky toffee pudding served with a scoop of salted caramel ice cream.
Where: Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, SE1 8XX
How much:
£40 per person

Oblix at The Shard, London Bridge 

What: One of London’s most famous modern landmarks, The Shard boasts a handful of dining options. When it comes to bottomless brunch, we love the menu at Oblix. Chow down on a selection of hearty dishes, including a pork and chorizo sausage roll with garlic and saffron mayonnaise, or a decadent lobster omelette. Desserts are served deli-style from a counter and include cookies, banana bread and doughnuts. There are three different options for bottomless boozing too, which is great for any fussy friends in your party.
Where:
Level 32, The Shard, 31 St Thomas Street, SE1 9RY
How much:
Three courses, £55 per person. Unlimited wine, Chandon or Billecart Salmon, £20/25/45 respectively.  

Bottomless brunch with entertainment

When you need more than your bestie’s drunken antics to keep you occupied

Bunga Bunga, Battersea

What: The original Bunga Bunga is famous across the capital for its karaoke brunch, where guests can choose from over 5,000 songs to try their hand at. If you weren’t gifted with Mariah-esque vocals, you can seek comfort in the three-course brunch menu, which features charcuterie, sourdough pizza, and jam-filled doughnuts dipped in Nutella. If you’re in need of some Dutch courage before you jump on stage, two hours of free-flowing Bellinis should do the trick.
Where: 37 Battersea Bridge Road, SW11 3BA
How much:
£48 per person

Bunga Bunga, Covent Garden

What: At Bunga Bunga’s other London location, things are a little more swish (expect camp, over the top interiors and water fountain taps in the bathroom). Here, you’ll find a matinee brunch where singers and dancers take to the stage for a raucous performance, while guests feast on an Italian menu of charcuterie and sourdough pizzas. To sip on, there’s never-ending Prosecco and Bellinis for 90 minutes…bottoms up!
Where: 167 Drury Lane, WC2B 5PG
How much:
£46 per person

The Piano Works, Farringdon and West End

What: How do you make bottomless brunch better than it already is? Throw in some live music of course! At The Piano Works, you can ‘brunch to the beat’ while enjoying bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Marys or mocktails for two hours. The brunch features two courses, with options including the likes of pancakes with crispy bacon and maple syrup, or smashed avocado and a poached egg on sourdough toast.
Where:
113-117 Farringdon Road, ECR1 3BX; 47 Whitcomb Street, WC2H 7DH
How much:
£50 per person

 

Ping Pong, Soho

What: 90 minutes of bottomless booze, banging beats and brunch? Sounds like fun to us! At Ping Pong’s Soho site, you can tap your feet to a live DJ who will spin classic tracks and contemporary hits, while tucking into an expansive menu of dim sum. Try the likes of a prawn and chive dumpling, or a Beijing quinoa gyoza, all of which are washed down by a mix of bottomless cocktails.  
Where:
45 Great Marlborough Street, W1F 7JL
How much: £30 per person

 

Affordable bottomless brunch

For when you’re living la vida broke-a

Temper, Covent Garden

What: Vegetarians look away now, as Temper’s barbecue brunch is a love letter to all things meaty. Here, guests can enjoy 90 minutes of seasonal cocktails (think punchy Cosmopolitans and minty Mojitos) alongside a sharing tray of barbecued meats. On our visit, the platter was loaded with diced Cumberland sausages pepped up with chilli salt and honey, tender aged beef patties sandwiched between soft brioche buns and skinny golden fries which were on the right side of crispy, as well as other carnivorous treats. We’re also happy to report that the team are very observant when it comes to refilling your glass, so this really is value for money.
Where:
5 Mercer Walk, Mercers Yard, WC2H 9FA
How much:
£35 per person

Zobler at The Ned, City

What: The Ned’s stable of restaurants and bars aren’t exactly renowned for being pocket-friendly, but the brunch at Zobler’s represents a pretty good deal. You can enjoy any main dish or sandwich from the brunch and à la carte menus, alongside bottomless Mimosa for two hours. Which sandwich should you go for? We’ve got our eye on the classic Reuben: corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing on toasted rye bread.
Where:
The Ned, 27 Poultry, EC2R 8AJ
How much:
 Add bottomless booze for £20 per person

Rudies, Dalston

What: For a slice of sunny Jamaica in the decidedly less sunny Dalston, head to brunch at Rudie’s. Its weekend offering means guests can enjoy one dish from the Bottomless Rum Punch Brunch Menu (try saying that after a few drinks), alongside 90 minutes of free-flowing rum punch. Tuck into the likes of a Full Jamaican, which features ackee and saltfish, lamb sausages, baked butter beans, sautéed spinach and boiled green banana.
Where: 50 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB
How much: £18 per person

 

Borealis, Borough 

 

What: Brunch at this Borough joint is a strictly Nordic affair. On both Saturdays and Sundays, guests here can enjoy dishes such as Swedish potato pancakes topped with bacon and lingonberries, or eggs any style on homemade rye bread, with optional extras of smoked salmon or bacon. There are three bottomless options to add on to your brunch, including free-flowing beer, Prosecco or Champagne – and don't forget to grab a Danish pastry from the counter on your way out.
Where: 180 Borough High Street, SE1 1LB
How much:
Beer and wine £10, Prosecco £20 and Champagne £30


Breddos Carnaby and Clerkenwell

What: Forget resting on a Sunday, as Breddos is encouraging you to put all your energy into feasting on tacos. At both the Carnaby and Clerkenwell locations, guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat tacos, including the likes of an egg and avocado variety, as well as a veggie-friendly black bean taco. For an extra £15, you can add bottomless booze, which means free-flowing frozen Margaritas and beers.  
Where:
26 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5QD; 82 Goswell Road, EC1V 7DB
How much:
£20 per person for bottomless tacos (add bottomless booze for £15)

Mac & Wild, City and Fitzrovia

What: This Scottish pair of restaurants is well known for its menu of gut-busting comfort food (think truffle mac ‘n’ cheese and stacked burgers). On the weekend, you can visit for bottomless brunch, sinking unlimited Bucks Fizz or Bloody Marys for up to two hours. Food wise, expect the tempting likes of haggis pops, grilled monkfish tail and a venison Scotch egg. Finish up with sticky toffee pudding or a deep-fried Mars Bar sundae.
Where: 9A Devonshire Square, EC2M 4YN; 65 Great Titchfield Street, W1W 7PS
How much:
Add bottomless drinks for £23 per person

Daddy Bao, Tooting

What: Tooting’s foodie credentials have been on the up for a while now, and this Taiwanese joint is a great addition to the area. On Saturdays, it serves bottomless brunch alongside its regular menu, and you can add free-flowing cocktails for under £20 – sip on the likes of a White Night in Taipei (white rum, passionfruit jam, lychee, lime) while chowing down on eggs Benedict served in a bao bun.
Where:
113 Mitcham Road, SW17 9PE
How much:
 Add bottomless booze for £18 per person

Pachamama Marylebone and Shoreditch


What: Pachamama is a Peruvian-leaning restaurant which deals in seriously pretty plates. Weekend brunch here sees bottomless Prosecco and Bellinis, which you can mix at the table yourself, if you’re that way inclined. Alongside the drinks, you’ll enjoy a selection of sharing dishes – think a fish sandwich stuffed with cheddar cheese, shredded lettuce and wasabi mayonnaise, or perhaps caramelised aubergine with peanuts and coriander oil.
Where:
18 Thayer Street, W1U 3JY; 73 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3HR
How much: Add bottomless booze for £20 per person

Posh bottomless brunch

For when you want to flash the cash

Xu, Soho

What: Taiwanese restaurant Xu has been a favourite of London diners 'in the know' since it opened a few years back. Brought to the capital's dining scene by the team behind the Bao restaurants, this site offers exquisite food and stylish interiors modelled on the opulence of the 19030 social dining clubs in Taipei. The recent addition of a bottomless brunch option to Xu's offering sees a creamy, light Perrier-Jouët Champagne poured on a free-flow basis for 90 minutes when guests choose to dine from the Mister Xu menu, which is a short tasting-style line up of the restaurant's most popular dishes. You'll enjoy highlights such as the fragrant 16-spice prawns that are tongue-tinglingly good, with a mellow sweetness, and the chefs' signature shou pa chicken, which combines ginger and spring onions with white fermented soy for an addictive sauce, while a liberal sprinkling of crispy chicken skin across the top adds texture and a satisfying saltiness. For those who prefer not to or can't drink there is the option to add a tea pairing, instead of Champagne. If you plump for this you'll be presented with unusual options - from cool sparkling sweet teas to warming and fragrant green infusions. 
Where: 30 Rupert Street, W1D 6DL
How much:
Mister Xu menu is £39pp, for five-courses, while you can add free-flowing Champagne for an additional £25pp or a tea pairing for £16pp

Ella Canta, Park Lane

What: High-end Mexican Ella Canta serves up quirky iterations of classic dishes, making for an unusal but delicious brunch offering. Alongside colourful, flavour-packed menu items, like shrimp aguachile and barbecued baby chicken with pickled red onions and avocado, you'll find a selection of margaritas. In-line with the quality of food, the margaritas come beautifully presented in pastel shades with edible floral garnishes. During your alloted time you'll be treated to 90 minutes of unlimited serves, with cocktail flavours including pistachio, lavender, and hibiscus, as well as a combination of grapefruit and pineapple.  
Where: One Hamilton Place, Park Lane, W1J 7QY
How much:
£45 per person, including 90 minutes of unlimited margaritas

Kaia at The Ned, City

What: See you later Saturday debriefs, as we’re hearing that Sunday is the new day to go for brunch – well, at least according to The Ned. To enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast of Asian-inspired fare, head to Kaia on a Sunday from 11.30am. Dishes include endless amounts of sushi, sashimi, poke bowls, robata grilled corn, prawn tempura, Japanese fried chicken, lamb cutlets, teriyaki salmon and more (phew), and that’s not even covering pudding.
Where:
The Ned, 27 Poultry, EC2R 8AJ
How much:
£45 per person, including a welcome drink

Chucs, Mayfair

What: With just eight tables (and an intimate street-side terrace), the original Chucs site is a small, but mighty restaurant. Head here on Sundays to indulge with an Italian-style brunch which includes the likes of springy calamari and crunchy zucchini fritte, followed by sourdough toast crowned with smoked salmon, smashed avocado and feta. Chucs feels upmarket in its vibe, but prices are surprisingly reasonable for this part of town. As far as drinks go, there’s a choice of free-flowing Prosecco, Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Aperol Spritz.
Where:
30B Dover Street, W1S 4ND
How much:
Add bottomless booze for £19.50

Aqua Kyoto, Soho

What: If you’re looking for a glamorous brunch that’s perfectly positioned for some post-prandial shopping along Oxford Street, Aqua Kyoto is the place for you. Its Ukiyo brunch sees diners choose between indulgence or purity, with opposing dishes such as vegetable gyoza with wasabi sauce, or chicken wings slathered in a spicy teriyaki sauce. You’ll finish up with Japanese-style waffles, all the while sipping on free-flowing Veuve Clicquot Champagne.
Where:
240 Regent Street (entrance 30 Argyll Street), W1B 3BR
How much:
£65 per person

COYA, City and Mayfair

What: Brunches at COYA normally end up with punters dancing on the tables. If that’s the kind of brunch experience you’re after, head to its London branches in either Angel Court or Mayfair for an afternoon to remember. The three hour affair of bottomless Pisco Sours and Champagne features Latin American dishes such as kingfish tiradito with truffle oil, and churros with dulce de leche.   
Where:
31-33 Throgmorton Street, EC2N 2AT; 118 Piccadilly, W1J 7NW
How much:
£75 per person

Shackfuyu, Soho

What: Planning a catch up with your pals? Head to Shackfuyu on a Sunday, where you can enjoy a Bloody Mary on arrival, as well as unlimited small dishes, one big dish per person, unlimited Prosecco and dessert for the table. Highlights from the small dishes include salmon tacos with shisho avocado, prawn toast and Korean fried chicken wings, while bigger plates see a vegetarian katsu curry or Iberico pork with black pepper miso and spring onion.
Where: 14a Old Compton Street, W1D 4TJ
How much:
£39 per person

Image credit: Charlie McKay

Flesh & Buns, Covent Garden and Fitzrovia

What: The Sunday brunch menu at Flesh & Buns doesn’t feature your traditional fare (no avocado on toast here, thank you very much). Instead, it sees dishes such as Korean friend chicken wings with a spicy sour sauce, or bao buns stuffed with crispy duck leg and a drizzle of plum sauce. You can wash down your brunch with unlimited red or white wine, or Prosecco – cheers to that!
Where: 41 Earlham Street, WC2H 9LX; 32 Berners Street, W1T 3LR
How much:
From £39 per person

Image credit: Charlie McKay

 

Quaglino’s, Mayfair

What: Swanky Quaglino’s might not be the hottest ticket in town anymore, but it’s still got class in spades. Head here to enjoy its Q brunch, which is fuelled by bottomless bubbles and live music. You’ll dine from a menu which includes the likes of lobster thermidor with fries and garden salad, or a brunch burger topped with streaky bacon, cheddar cheese and pickled gherkins.
Where:
16 Bury Street, SW1Y 6AJ
How much:
Add bottomless bubbles for £25 per person

144 On The Hill, Richmond

What: Spend your weekend sipping on bottomless Bloody Marys and free flowing Prosecco at 144 On The Hill. You’ll find all the usual brunch suspects on this menu so expect eggs benedict, pancakes and porridge. Enjoy 90 minutes of boozy goodness before spending the day lazing around Richmond green. What better way to spend a weekend.
Where: Richmond Hill, TW10 6RW
How much: From £23 per person

Kahani, Mayfair

What: The bottomless brunch at Kahani is bottomless in every sense of the word – we're talking limitless Prosecco and a (we kid you not) 10-course brunch. Arrive hungry is our top tip. Smartly-dressed waiters keenly top up your glass as you sip away (be careful with this) while dish after dish comes rolling out from the kitchen as and when they are ready. Expect tandoori grilled broccoli with honey and nigella seeds – the most popular item on the menu (and we can understand why); succulent chicken thighs; paneer curry; and a divine carrot fudge for dessert. The fine-dining environment means this is not one for your roudy birthday drinks, but more a sophisticated date or civilised celebration. 

Where: 1 Wilbraham Place, SW1X 9AE

How much: £35 per person for just food and bottomless for £45 per person.

Bryn Williams at Somerset House

Why: Bryn Williams at Somerset House is serving up a limited edition bottomless brunch offer for the month of September. Featuring the likes of smoked haddock with a crumpet and Welsh rarebit or more traditional options like eggs royale you can accompany your dish with a choice of unlimited prosecco and Bloody Mary’s with your choice of spirits. It’s only bottomless for an hour though, so drink up.

Where: Somerset House, WC2R 1LT

How much: £25.95 per person 

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