Best London’s Bottomless Brunches

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Most of us all definitely know what a brunch is: a combination between breakfast and lunch, usually eaten at late mornings or early afternoons. But not that many (I suppose) know what a Bottomless Brunch is: add all above but with unlimited booze on top and the menu is served!

London, as many other cities now, offers a wide array of restaurants, cafes’ and bars that claim to serve the best bottomless brunch in town. But let’s see what people actually think. For this purpose, I have a collected a few opinions on the matter (around a dozen folks in total) amongst friends, colleagues and Londoners basically, and these are the results of my little survey:

(Note: the order is random)

       1.  Jones and Jones, Dalston

Unlimited amounts of prosecco, Bloody Mary, as well as all-you-can-eat food. You can choose from the likes of a full English breakfast, avocado on toast with a choice of poached egg or bacon and Belgian waffles with banana, toffee and honeycomb ice cream. Only downside: you’ll need to book well in advance.

Price: £34

      2. Asia de Cuba, St Martins Lane

 

Brunch shouldn’t be limited to weekends only, especially when it looks as good as this…

Un post condiviso da St Martins Lane, London (@stmartinslanesocial) in data:

Situated inside St Martins Lane hotel, Asia de Cuba’s offering doesn’t feature what’s on every brunch-lovers radar.

Each Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-3pm the restaurant runs a Cocktail Brunch and/or a Champagne Brunch with bottomless Perrier-Jouët champagne. The food has a Cuban Influence but apparently, it’s the dessert that stands out: tiny Mexican doughnuts served with Thai chili-chocolate dip. A must try!

Price: £45 Cocktail Brunch

Price: £70 Champagne Brunch

      3. Big Easy (Covent Garden)

Unlimited BBQ Breakfast OR a selection of lobster dishes: plus bottomless beer, wine and prosecco.Why Not?

Price: £29.50

    4. Forge and Co, Shoreditch

 

Amazing value for bottomless prosecco and a full English breakfast

Price: From £4 plus £10 for a glass of prosecco with refills.

      5. Drink, Shop & Do, Kings Cross

A unique venue, well renowned for their creative and bizarre events: such Robot lego wars, swing classes and so on. Every Sunday they host a boozy brunch with unlimited booze and bagels. Ah! I forgot to mention: Bottomless Bloody Marys are included in the deal!

Price: From £15

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