Best Bottomless Brunch London
Last Updated on December 7, 2019 by Top Brunch Spots Staff
The best bottomless brunches in London. As the old adage goes, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yes, breakfast is nice, we hear you say, but what if you want more a slice of toast or you’re craving a cheeky glass of wine? Well, in that case, you’re most likely a fan of brunch, the ever more popular breakfast-lunch combo that can be served at just about any time of the day.
London is home to an ever-increasing number of top-notch restaurants offering up an endless flow of booze and some seriously delicious brunch dishes. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all of the must-try bottomless brunches in London where you can find a tasty brunch and a free-flow of booze. Grab your gang of hungry friends that have a taste for all thing’s eggs, bacon, coffee, mimosas and everything in-between. There is sure to be quite a few that will pique your interest!
Best Bottomless Brunch London
Flesh & Buns Covent Garden
Trendy Japanese steamed bun restaurant in Covent Garden with a nice bottomless brunch.
41 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LX
Lantana Café, located in the heart of trendy Shoreditch, is famous for its Aussie brunch. The long, shared table set-up makes for a friendly, bustling atmosphere. You’ll find all the brunch staples you could desire (smashed avocado, halloumi, and eggs abound), and you have the option to add bloody mary, unlimited Prosecco or Mimosas to the experience. This Urban chic Australian cafe/restaurant has bare walls and blackboard menu from breakfast to evening.
If you’re a proud carnivore who appreciates masterful slow-cooked meats, HotBox might just be the brunch spot for you. Inspired by American cooking styles, the chef at HotBox turns barbeque into an art form. You’ll feel relaxed and comfortable in the casual, hip surroundings, and with the bottomless brunch’ two hours of endless Prosecco or Bloody Mary drinks, no one could blame you! Hotbox is definitely a hip BBQ eatery & bar in Spitalfields with bottomless brunch on the weekend.
Shack-Fuyu, from the team behind London’s famous Bone Daddies, can be found in the heart of the bustling Soho. Its trendy, low-lit interior is casual and buzzy, while its Japanese-Western fusion dishes are nothing short of addictive. Their bottomless brunch is unmissable as you’re greeted with a cocktail on arrival and are treated to as many small dishes as you can handle. This brunch isn’t for the faint-hearted or the small-stomached!
The Saturday Q Brunch at Quaglino’s is guaranteed to be a lively, buzzy affair. Famous for its delicious dinners and this gorgeous round bar, Quaglino’s is becoming increasingly known as the hotspot in Mayfair to indulge in a long weekend brunch with bottomless bubbles. This is a must-try brunch spot if you’re hankering after eggs, cooked just the way you like them.
Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings
The brunch at the Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings will do nothing short of taking your breath away. You’ll find this ultra-trendy brunch spot in Clerkenwell, tucked away in a multi-purpose clubhouse. The stunning brunch spot has the feel of a secret garden. With its white walls dripping with greenery and its equally adorable dishes, this one is perfect for the ‘gram.
Sushi & Japanese charcoal-grilled dishes
Megan’s Kings Road (Fulham)
The original Megan’s location in Fulham was recently voted as the most romantic restaurant in London, and for a good reason! Its cozy interior boasts exposed brick walls, thousands of fairy lights, plenty of plants, and soft, glowing lighting. With lots of vegetarian and vegan options, alongside the brunch classics, the menu at Megan’s will delight everyone in the party, not to mention the free-flowing Prosecco or Pimm’s.
The Great Exhibition
For a delightful, laid-back bottomless brunch that’s a bit off the beaten track, head to the leafy, secluded East Dulwich in South East London, and try the weekend brunch at The Great Exhibition. You’ll be amazed by the value of this brunch. For just £30 per person, you’ll be treated to bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys and a delicious, filling breakfast. Set in a charming, cozy gastropub on a quiet, residential street, this brunch experience will leave you feeling well-fed and relaxed.
Darcie & May Green
Situated right outside London’s Paddington Station, Darcie & May Green is comprised of two gorgeous floating canal boats. You’re in for a once in a lifetime dining experience, with Aussie-inspired dishes and bottomless Prosecco or mimosa available seven days a week.
The trendy bar and restaurant at Avenue on St. James Street will have you hooked at first sight. For a trendy, stylish brunch, Avenue has you covered. Their weekend brunch comes complete with poached eggs, mac and cheese, burgers, and of course, a killer selection of cocktails. This stylish American restaurant displays modern art along with one of the best bottomless brunch experiences in London!
In the up-and-coming area of Clapham, MOMMI is thriving with its Japanese-Peruvian fusion dishes served up in a bustling, vibrant venue. Its bottomless brunch is well-known for being one the biggest, boldest, and best in London. Come for the bright, exciting flavors and stay for the electric atmosphere, thanks to the free-flowing Prosecco and the DJ’s banging tunes.
Taiwanese steamed buns, tea & cocktailsOpen until 11:00 PM”Recently went for brunch which was also fantastic.”
Bunga Bunga Covent Garden
Bunga Bunga, smack dab in the heart of London’s famous Covent Garden, promises to be a unique and exciting experience. Its ground floor is occupied with a family pizzeria, but head downstairs through a semi-secret door, and you’ll find yourself at the infamous Matinee Brunch. Half brunch, half party, the Matinee Brunch will immerse you in live entertainment while offering up a delicious Italian menu, complete with bottomless fizzante and bellinis.
South Place Chop House
The South Place Hotel is home to some excellent dining spots, including the Chop House, whose weekend brunch is unmissable. Led by Chef Guy Betteridge, the cooking is nothing short of sublime. On a Saturday, you’ll find yourself sitting down to a delicious bottomless brunch, but we recommend visiting on a Sunday when you’ll be treated to bottomless bubbles alongside one of London’s best Sunday roasts. The sleek brunch option has seasonal eats in its polished hotel bistro & bar featuring thoughtfully sourced steaks, sandwiches & breakfast fare.
New Street Grill
British grill in a converted warehouseOpen until 10:30 PMModern grill in an 18th-century warehouse with a gentleman’s club atmosphere and a walled courtyard.
Coya offers an immersive brunch experience with live DJs to keep you entertained as you enjoy one of their delicious signature dishes. Their extensive menu of bottomless drinks includes Pisco Sours, Bloody Marys, Margarita, Mojitos, wines, beers, spirits, and champagne, so you’re guaranteed to find something to suit everyone’s tastes. The sophisticated and stylish design makes this a great spot to hang out all day long. The plush basement Peruvian bar-restaurant is in an upmarket venue with 3 open kitchens, serving Peruvian sharing plates, char-grill dishes and ceviche.
Aster is a modern, trendy brasserie, located in Victoria. The design and decor will set the atmosphere from the very beginning of your visit. Their brunch menu is full of delicious dishes that will satisfy both those who favor breakfast food and those who prefer more substantial lunch options. Choose between their two or three-course menu and opt for the bottomless bubbles for a mere £17.
100 Wardour Street
Tucked away in the heart of Soho, the super stylish 100 Wardour offers bottomless brunch from 11 am-5 pm every Saturday. You’ll find a wide selection of delicious brunch staples on the menu, plus, for only £20 extra, you’ll be treated to bottomless Prosecco. 100 Wardour Street brings in a live DJ, so your brunch experience is bound to be extra special.
Perched above the city on the fifth floor overlooking Regent Street, you’ll find the luxurious Aqua Kyoto, the ultimate restaurant for inventive Japanese cuisine. The food itself is what makes this dining experience a cut above the rest. You’ll be able to watch the sushi masters at work in full view of the restaurant, and the stunning presentation of the dishes will leave you in awe.
The Bad Egg is an absolute must-try brunch spot if you’re a sucker for a greasy spoon, diner food. A good weekend brunch should have some bad-for-you options to indulge in, and that’s exactly what The Bad Egg does best. Be sure to try their unparalleled brunch bowls and get a side of nduja cheese and fried egg fries. You’ll find the Bad Egg is located right in the city center, close to Moorgate.
Bao & Bing
In the trendy and beautiful Marylebone, you’ll find Bao & Bing, a brunch spot that delivers a modern take on classic Taiwanese street food. You’re sure to come across some fascinating, unique flavors in their menu. Also, with the soft pink lighting and the eclectic design, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped straight into the streets of Taiwan.
Breddos began as a pop-up taco stall in up-and-coming Hackney before opening its doors as a permanent restaurant in Clerkenwell. Inspired by the taquerias of America and Mexico, Breddos offers authentic, delicious, and unusual taco dishes. The brunch menu turns the eggs and prosecco cliché on its head, and instead, serves up bottomless tacos and margaritas, which is definitely a new combo we can get on board with.
Located in the famous Bloomberg Arcade, Brigadiers’ South Indian-inspired dishes are the perfect twist on the brunch classics you know and love. Pair these delicious meals with their free-flowing Kingfisher lager or clementine mimosa, and you’re well on your way to a successful bottomless brunch. With it’s interior’s mahogany features, dark red walls, and low mood lighting, Brigadiers is perfect for a cozy, atmospheric, and leisurely brunch.
The super hip Clerkenwell Grind is located in an old warehouse building in Clerkenwell. With its trendy modern design, complete with marble tabletops, soft blues and greys, and gorgeous lighting, the Clerkenwell Grind is an absolute must-try for avid brunch-goers. The highlight of the weekend menu has to be their sharing plates where the classic brunch gets a tapas makeover.
Dirty Bones has become something of a London brunch legend. Walking into one of the four gorgeous London locations, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into one of the coolest bars in NYC. With delicious comfort food and deadly bottomless cocktails, Dirty Bones promises to be one of your new brunch favorites.
Tucked away in the idyllic St. Katherine’s Docks, Dokke offers up stunning, edible works of art in a charming, low-key environment. Its eclectic Asian-inspired dishes are made by the chef with care and finesse, then served up in the chic, understated, and intimate dining room. Come for the bottomless Prosecco and Bloody Mary’s, and stick around for a breath-taking walk through the secluded docks.
This stylish Indian restaurant is situated on the winding roads of Soho. The delicious array of authentic Indian options paired with bottomless rum punch makes for a unique brunch experience. If you’re after a casual atmosphere and some truly tasty food, Dum Biryani is the place for you.
Flesh & Buns Covent Garden
This Fitzrovia restaurant will astound you with its sophisticated decor, impressively large bar, and its gorgeous high ceilings. Serving up an array of Japanese gua bao buns with delicious fillings, this spot is inspired by the traditional Japanese izakayas, roughly translating to mean pub or a casual eatery.
If you’re craving a fancy brunch surrounded by high ceilings and chandeliers, look no further than Gaucho. Situated in the former home of a Spanish ambassador, this restaurant specializes in Argentinian steaks cooked to perfection. Their Electro Brunch promises brunch with a Latin twist, complete with a live DJ, free-flowing drinks, and mouth-watering steaks.
Just around the corner from foodie favorite Borough Market, you’ll find Hixter Bankside. Its breath-taking art deco design is bathed in stunning natural light from its gorgeous ex-factory windows. On the weekend, be around these stunning surroundings for two hours, while sipping on bottomless Prosecco or Bloody Marys and enjoying dishes made with traditional British ingredients and a modern twist.
You probably already know Honest Burgers, and you may have already visited one of the dozens of locations across the UK. What you may not know is that they offer one of the city’s best and booziest bottomless brunches at their Bank location. With plenty of booze to choose from and some delicious burger-themed brunch items on the menu, the brunch at Honest Burgers isn’t one to miss.
For a change from the standard eggs and hollandaise brunch you know and love, make the trip to Soho’s Jinjuu, a small Korean gem, which serves up some of Korea’s most famous, traditional street foods. Brunch classics receive a Seoul spin with food options like La Kimchi Madame and truffle fries on the menu, and drink choices of Veuve, Soju Mojitos, or Spiced Kimchi Marys. To top it off, Jinjuu has a live DJ spinning some old school hip-hop and house music, making this brunch experience unmissable.
Le Bab is famous for, you guessed it, taking kebabs and making them posh. A self-proclaimed ‘kebab renaissance project,’ Le Bab mixes Michelin-starred techniques with traditional Middle Eastern street food. The restaurant is bright and airy with those coveted, Instagrammable marble tabletops. The free-flowing booze makes Le Bab a must-try spot for brunch aficionados.
Peruvian restaurant Lima Floral, situated in Covent Garden, promises to be a bold, colorful experience right from the get-go. The vibrant, funky interior of Lima Floral will set the vibe for the rest of your visit. With fresh, bright flavors proliferating the Peruvian dishes, and endless bubbles flowing throughout the meal, this bottomless brunch is sure to be a special one.
The modern kebab house serves gourmet Middle Eastern food and a range of irresistible cocktails. Set in a beautiful modern room bathed in natural light atop a floor of multicolored geometric tiles, Maison Bab is a great place to settle down for a few hours on the weekend to enjoy some exceptionally tasty dishes.
Megan’s by the Green
Situated in the quaint, picturesque Parson’s Green, Megan’s by the Green will wow you from the moment you spy its beautiful walls and ceiling dripping with blossom flowers and fairy lights. This whimsical spot offers a great bottomless brunch with some delicious, fresh food and Prosecco to wash it down.
It was only a few years ago that Peckham really took off as a top destination for foodies. In fact, it’s still something of a well-kept secret. Its streets are filled with tiny, trendy restaurants, such as Mr. Bao, a Taiwanese gem, just off of the gorgeous Peckham Rye Park. Mr. Bao is famous for its delectable, fluffy bao buns, which are perfect for sharing. Pair these with their bottomless white rum cocktail or their signature Bloody Mary for a delicious and memorable brunch experience.
Situated just a stone’s throw from Southwark’s Tate Modern is another modern gem. OXBO is a contemporary eatery whose menu is filled with a wide range of international cuisines. Their bottomless brunch is available every weekend and comes with a staggering four courses alongside bottomless cocktails.
In Peruvian culture, Pachamama is the goddess Mother Earth, and this eponymous restaurant in Marylebone uses this as its inspiration. With the lovely ambiance, delicious, unusual dishes, and unlimited Pisco punch, this will be a Peruvian-themed brunch to remember. Be sure to try the incomparable waffles or the ceviche.
Radici is an Italian food mecca, situated in the lovely Islington area. This is one of the few spots in London where you’ll find a delicious pizza brunch, served in a chic, understated and modern dining room. For bottomless bubbles, be sure to book with a group in advance.
Fans of dim sum, look no further. Red Farm’s Sunday Champagne & Dim Sum Brunch is an event that isn’t to be missed. Relax and enjoy free-flowing champagne paired with some absolutely delectable Chinese-American fusion dishes, all served up in a cozy, understated atmosphere.
Restaurant at Sea Containers London
Sea Containers Restaurant, situated right on the stunning South Bank of the Thames, is a modern feat of design modeled after mid-century Transatlantic cruise ships. From its geometric tiled floor, to its funky round sofas, to its contemporary hanging lights, Sea Containers will provide a dazzling setting for your weekend’s bottomless brunch. On the menu, you’ll find a selection of delicious breakfast and lunch sharing plates, and the option of unlimited Prosecco, Mimosas, Rossini, Grey Goose Bloody Marys, or Cuvee.
Sakagura is a truly unique food experience that isn’t to be missed. At this Japanese Steak and Sake kitchen, you have the option to cook your own steak on your own personal barbecue. The bottomless brunch consists of beautifully presented, fresh sushi nibbles and free-flowing wine, beer, or bubbles.
Smiths of Smithfield Farringdon
Smiths, with its breath-taking city skyline views, elegant decor, and impeccable service, offers a bottomless brunch designed for the refined, cosmopolitan diner. Opt for one of their classics like steak and eggs or smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on toast, and top it off with bottomless Prosecco. This bottomless brunch will make you feel classy, cultured, and a little bit tipsy.
Situated in one of London’s best food districts, Spitalfield’s Smokoloco is the perfect brunch for the avid meat lover. Be warned, Smokoloco is more of a food stall than a restaurant, so it’s perfect for a relaxed summer afternoon. Heralded as the best barbeque in town, Smokoloco dishes out perfectly cooked smoke meat sandwiches all year-round.
The Little Blue Door
Situated in the center of Fulham, The Little Blue Door is an adorable restaurant designed to look like an idyllic flatshare. It has everything you could desire, from a comforting weekend brunch that’s cozy with a friendly vibe, to some tasty, filling dishes, and a huge selection of cocktails.
The Montagu Kitchen
Inspired by Churchill’s famous gardens at Chartwell, The Montagu Kitchen is half work of art, half restaurant. Inside, you’ll find stately British design meets floral wonderland, while outside, you’ll have a lovely view over the private gardens of Portman Square. The menu is filled with traditional, seasonal British food, and for bottomless brunch, an endless flow of champagne.
Yashin Ocean House
The Japanese restaurant Yashin Ocean House, tucked away in South Kensington near London’s expansive Hyde Park, boasts of an impressive, elegant Edwardian dining hall, done up in a modern style with Japanese features. On the menu, there’s the fresh fish cooked before your eyes and a range of drink options that will suit everyone. The bottomless brunch is also sure to be a success for your whole group, as you’ll be treated to two hours of endless champagne and an unlimited sushi buffet.
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