We’ve found some of the best bottomless brunches in London for you to dive right into.
Bottomless brunches are great because you can get daytime-sozzed and nobody bats an eyelid. There’s nothing quite like saying ‘bottoms up’ and knowing that you can continue to say it until it becomes ‘bosshomsup’. We’ve included some of the most OTT bottomless brunches that promise to have you dancing on the tables by early afternoon, as well as a few (relatively) more relaxed bottomless brunches for a more sedate affair.
1. Manga Bao Bun, Brunch & Bottomless Bubbles at Yuu Kitchen (Aldgate)
First up, a bottomless brunch that you’ll bao down to. Yuu Kitchen’s manga artwork is a treat for the eyes, but we think you’ll be even more enamoured with what’s on the plate here! Crispy chicken bao served with Carolina Reaper chilli mayo, daikon pickle, and sesame provides a fiery kick, whilst the sweet and sticky eggplant with a white miso glaze and crunchy shallots will delight your tastebuds. You’ll even find manga steamed onto your buns for a dish that’s almost too good to eat… Oh, and up to 90 minutes of bottomless frizzante help make this brunch manga-nificent! Find your tickets here.
2. Spanish Bottomless Brunch at Bar Gansa (Camden)
Bar Gansa does an excellent imitation of the tapas joints of Madrid and Barcelona, so even if the weather isn’t Spanish, the tapas will be. Tuck into serrano ham croquettes with aioli, calamari, and king prawns with garlic, and don’t forget the bottomless sangria! Grab your tickets here.
3. Scarlett Nights at Scarlett Green (Soho)
More a bottomless dinner than a brunch, but worthy of note nonetheless, Scarlett Green’s bottomless offering is an absolute winner. This one features DJs, excellent Aussie dishes, bottomless prosecco, and, wait for it, a Pornstar Martini Fountain. Read all about it here.
4. Boy Toy Brunch at Bar Salsa! (Temple)
We’ve found London’s hottest brunch, where you can expect male dancers, performers, waiters and acrobats serving booze, food and spicy moves! Keeping the vibe hot at the South American-themed Salsa! Temple Bar, the brunch will include four hours of cheeky fun and entertainment — all hosted by the fabulous hostess-with-the-mostest Miss Honey Foxx! There will be 1.5 hours of bottomless prosecco and mimosas, plus a diiiiirty dose of nachos to start and some saucy dishes for mains. You’ll be drooling from start ’til finish! Get your tickets here.
5. UKG Brunch (Secret location)
UKG Brunch is a thrilling party that’ll re-re-wind time – and throw you right back to the heyday of UK garage. Mix dancing and dining with ’90s games, all to the sound of classic UK Garage from the Artful Dodger, DJ Cartier and MC DT, including live performances. On the menu, you’ll find bottomless fried chicken from the lovely bunch at BIRD, as well as unlimited rum punch cocktails for 90 minutes… starting at midday sharp. Is it, is it wicked? Yes, it really is. Roving around a variety of venues across central London, tickets to the next edition are available to purchase here.
6. Bougie Drag Brunch at Bar Salsa! (Soho)
If you’re after a raunchy day out, this brunch has your name written all over it. Hosted by London’s leading queens Tayce, Cara Melle and Honey Foxx, Bougie Brunch is full of all the strutting, twerking, lip-syncing sassiness you desire. You’ll get two courses, including a main of your choice (meat, fish, veggie or vegan), plus 1.5 hours of free-flowing prosecco or mimosas. Get your tickets here.
7. Bottomless Brunch at Las Banderas (Farringdon)
Las Banderas, London’s sassiest Spanish restaurant, is giving señors and señoritas a brunch experience like no other. Feast on tapas-inspired brunch dishes such as Spanish albondigas (or meatballs, if you don’t hables español) with patatas bravas and a fried egg, or pancakes with Jamon Iberico, maple syrup, strawberries and sugar-coated walnuts. Aside from the tapas fantástico, you’ll also get 90 minutes of free-flowing alcohol. Choose from bottomless Bloody Marys, Sangria or Cava, and, after a few, you’ll be up dancing and joining the fiesta! Get tickets here.
8. Beyoncé Brunch (Secret London location)
This brunch is the Best Thing You’ve Never Had, and I think it’s about time you got rid of an ‘n’ in this sentence. For a two-course brunch, one hour of bottomless drinks and five hours of bottomless Bey (as well as some Destiny’s Child and other 90s and 00s RnB). There’ll be a resident dance troupe and a world class vocalist providing some extra entertainment, but you’ll soon be up on your feet, singing and dancing with the professionals. Best get practising those key changes, eh? (You know the ones I’m talking about…) Get tickets here.
9. Bottomless Beach Brunch at Fulham Beach Club (Fulham)
Bottomless brunch gets the beach treatment it so richly deserves! Fulham Beach, the sandy summer hotspot that’s set up at Fulham’s Neverland, are hosting a bottomless Brunch on the Beach this summer. It’s the quickest route to a summer tan and a nice buzz, so find your tickets here.
10. Rooftop Festival Bottomless Brunch at Bar Elba (Waterloo)
Brunch has come back from lockdown with a bang, and leading this impressive resurgence are the good folks at Bar Elba, who are running a bottomless brunch on their gorgeous rooftop every Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer. Views for days, plus endless prosecco or beer, make this a winner. Tickets are available here!
11. Comedy Brunch at FEST Camden
Combining bottomless fried chicken with bants, beats, and booze, this Comedy Brunch is the ideal way to spend a Sunday. With a wicked lineup of comedians, including Aurie Styla as your host, this brunch is guaranteed to have you giggling your abs into shape. Pair that with 90 minutes of bottomless rum punch and chicken from BIRD (or veggie Halloumi burgers/vegan ‘chicken’ dippers), and you have the funniest afternoon of your life. Get tickets here.
12. La Isla Bonita: 80s Bottomless Brunch and Musical Bingo at Barrio (Shoreditch)
Throwing it all the way back to the 80s, La Isla Bonita brunch features some truly spectacular 80s musical bingo with Tequila Maria and DJ Limão, along with bottomless dark rum Sangria and your choice of mouthwatering burgers. Madonna would be proud! Tickets are available here.
13. Pancakes & Prosecco Brunch at Duo (Camden)
Fizzy things and disc-y things combine at Duo in Camden. Stacks of pancakes with tiers of toppings such as chocolate sauce, berries and maple syrup will satisfy your sweet tooth, while two hours of bottomless bubbles will satisfy your wild side. There’ll be a resident DJ to keep things bopping and lots of flippin’ good times. Get tickets here.
14. Bottomless Beer Brunch at Souled Out (Camden)
Sure, you could opt for the beer gardens, but when there’s a brunch with bottomless beer on offer, the smarter choice is to take it. Souled Out’s bottomless beer brunch features dishes such as a hash brown stack, buttermilk pancakes, and veggie Full English breakfasts, but I’ve a feeling the bottomless beer and prosecco options might be the main draw here! Tickets can be found here.
15. Reggae Brunch (Secret location)
Expect carnival vibes from the moment you step through the door, because you’ll be kicking off this three-course feast with an hour of unlimited Reggae Rum Punch at 12pm. The brunch menu includes veggie fritters, jerk chicken pieces, and rice ‘n’ peas with dumplings, followed by a decadent carrot cake with vanilla cream and berry coulis — all laid on by the expert Caribbean cooks from Cottons. After you’ve finished feasting, DJs will be on hand to turn up the temperature (word to Sean Paul). You can buy tickets here.
16. Drag Me To Brunch at The Lost Alhambra (Leicester Square)
Enjoy a two-course brunch accompanied by unlimited prosecco, and outrageous entertainment from all-star drag hosts Felix Le Freak and Jimmy Lavender. Scoff delicious burgers before getting ready to lip sync for your liiiiiiiiife! Seriously, this is one brunch you definitely won’t want to sashay away from! Shantay, you stay. Get your tickets here.
17. Bottomless Brunch & Digital Beer Pong at Lan Kwai Fong (Camden)
Watch your opponent’s aim get steadily worse, as the gladiatorial arenas of bottomless brunching and beer pong are united at last. Beer pong is the perfect arena in which to prove your physical and tactical dominance, and the bottomless brunch will help you toast your success, or (far less likely) drown your sorrows. Tickets can be found here.
18. Ziggy Nights at Ziggy Green (Mayfair)
From the same team behind Scarlett Green and their pornstar martini fountain comes Ziggy Green, who’s clearly taken a revelatory trip to tropical Mexico at some stage. A Tulum-themed tacqueria and cocktail bar, housed in a Grade-I listed former cinema on Heddon Street – the very spot where the album cover of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust was shot – Ziggy Green also has a bottomless dinner with a watermelon margarita fountain. Tickets can be found here.
19. Cottons Tropical Bottomless Brunch (Vauxhall or Notting Hill)
Add a bit of Caribbean sunshine to your weekend with Cottons’ tropical bottomless brunch. Choose a dish—from jerk chicken to calaloo and grilled flatbread—and pair it with bottomless rum punch or prosecco. Cottons’ brunch takes place every Saturday and Sunday and it’s great value at just £27.50 — book ahead here.
20. Buff Bingo at Bar Salsa! (Soho)
Not quite the bingo your grannies might go to, this bingo-based brunch is all kinds of crazy. Hosted by two of London’s biggest drag queens, Kitty Scott Claus and Ophelia Love, you can expect nothing but sass. There’ll be bingo prizes, lots of avocado, and a whole lot of fun. Get your tickets here.
21. Brunch & Blow at Near & Far (Camden)
This brand new brunch experience takes style to the next level. Round up your best mates for delicious Mexican food, two hours of margaritas, Bloody Marys, and Aperol Spritzes, and a unique blow dry experience. One of the few bottomless brunches that you’ll leave looking better than you did on the way in. Get your tickets here.
22. Al Fresco Bottomless Brunch at The Aeronaut (Acton)
The Aeronaut pub in West London are suckers for a good bottomless brunch, and with summer in full swing, they’re taken the revels outside. Their brekkie buns with sooth even the rumbliest of stomachs, but you’ll face a difficult choice between bottomless prosecco, mimosa, sangria or beer here… Choose wisely, and get tickets here.
23. Kevin and Perry Go Large: Ibiza Bottomless Brunch Party (Secret location)
Never thought this brunch would be A Thing, but clearly what do I know? Twenty years after Kevin and Perry jetted off to Ibiza, this brunch aims to send you on a similar (although hopefully less hapless) journey, with bottomless rum punch and fried chicken from BIRD, Ibiza house classics, games, and a whole lot of jam sandwiches. Find your tickets here.
24. Bottomless Cake & Booze at Jack and Beyond (Fulham)
Ok, we’re definitely leave the strict definition of “brunch” behind here, but if ever there’s a reason to do it, it’s for bottomless cake and booze. Pair your limitless wine, beer, or prosecco with endless slices of red velvet, lemon cake, carrot and cinnamon cake, and more! Tickets can be found here – brunch purists can opt for brunch with a slice of cake here.
25. Get your chef on at a bottomless cooking class (Wandsworth)
Learn how to make the perfect Eggs Benedict as you booze on bottomless Bloody Marys and Bellinis. The Avenue Cookery School’s bottomless brunch class is the perfect activity if you’re after something a little different, or you fancy learning a new skill. All the ingredients are provided and you’ll even get a recipe to take home at the end. Get your tickets here.
26. West End Musical Brunch (Secret location)
This fabulous daytime party is just the thing for showtune-lovers. As you tuck into sliders, pastries and muffins, washed down with bottomless prosecco, you’ll be serenaded by singers performing the biggest hits the West End has to offer. You and your fellow Dream Girls will be Defying Gravity in no time. Get tickets here.
27. All Star Lanes’ bowling alleys (Various locations)
Mornings are so often associated with Bloody Marys and mimosas (and coffee of course, but we’re talking brunch here), but who says you can’t have a good old pint o’ hops at 11am? Exec chef Ashley Clarke and award-winning writer Melissa Cole thought that brunch was missing a little bit of hop, so they created London’s first bottomless craft beer brunch. The All Star line up of beers (get it?) includes beverages from the likes of Hackney Hopster, Pacifico, and Jubel Alpine Lager. Although you can still opt for bottomless prosecco or bottomless mimosas, if you fancy.
The beers match a menu of American brunch favourites, including fried chicken and treacle-cured bacon on waffles, a delicious short rib hash and buttermilk waffles with berries or bacon. And hey, what better way to end a meal than a bit of boozy bowling? Their bottomless offer costs £20, plus food costs. For more specific information on days and times, check out their website.
28. HotBox (Whitechapel)
HotBox is a pretty hot spot for a boozy brunch. Bacon and Bloody Marys, pancakes and prosecco, meat and mimosas — they have it all, and they do it oh-so well. You’ll come out of here feeling happily stuffed and suitably tipsy. That’s a promise. Brunch is available Tuesday to Sunday from 11.30am to 2.30pm (Sunday until 3pm) and it costs £25 for bottomless alcohol, plus food costs.
29. Plateau (Canary Wharf)
Situated in Canary Wharf, this spacious restaurant looks out over some pretty cool views. Fill your boots with their 3-course meal for £25 (or two courses for £20) while you enjoy ‘free flowing’ prosecco for an added £18. This brunch deal is available at Plateau on Saturdays from 12pm until 3.30pm.
30. Gaucho (Smithfield)
A combination of electro beats and delicious eats, the bottomless brunch at Gaucho is like no other. The menu is full of fantastic dishes, including steak and eggs, baked chorizo, fried provoleta, and blueberry pancakes. Heads up: make sure you arrive with an empty stomach, because you can order as much food as you like, as often as you like. Choose from the classic Bloody Mary, sparkling wine or an Aperol Spritz to wash it all down with (or all of them of course – it is bottomless after all!). Or you can opt for a healthy juice if you’re that way inclined.
The brunch is available every Saturday from 11am to 4pm and costs £52.50 per person for all food and drink or you can upgrade to the premium brunch for £62.50 per person. The Electro Brunch is also available at their Piccadilly and Chancery Lane restaurants, so just take your pick.
31. Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings (Clerkenwell)
We couldn’t do a bottomless brunch list without a quick shout out to Instagrammer haven Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings in Clerkenwell. Famed for their foliage filled greenhouse and flat-lay friendly marble tabletops their weekend brunch is whacking out all the classics. Available Saturdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm, enjoy a plate of stacked pancakes served with toasted hazelnuts and caramelised banana or braised beef & crispy potato hash, HP hollandaise, served with a poached egg. There’s an option to add bottomless Bloody Marys or bellinis for an extra tenner, and you know you’re going to take it.
32. Darcie Green (Paddington)
One of London’s favourite brunch spots has taken to the water. Aussie aces Daisy Green have launched two brand spanking new city barges next to Paddington station. Long known as masters of the bottomless brunch, these new boats shore up Daisy Green’s reputation of delivering amazing Australian food. For £39.50, you can expect two courses and unlimited prosecco and mimosas over two hours.
Choose from such delights as banana bread sandwiches, smashed avocado on charcoal bread, or the ‘fancy bacon roll’ with holy f*ck hollandaise. Everything here is worth swearing about, and if you don’t believe us, just look at that picture. You’re going to end up sinking these ships with all that food, but it will most definitely be worth it! Brunch is available on the Darcie Green barge until 3pm Monday to Friday and until 4pm on weekends.
33. Issho-Ni’s Izakaya Style Bottomless Brunch (Bethnal Green)
For two hours, you can tuck into bottomless food and drink from the wonderful Isshno-Ni in Bethnal Green. Feast on sushi, sashimi and classic Japanese dishes, as well as free-flowing prosecco and Bloody Geishas. The dishes are designed for sharing, which means you can try everything on the menu – always a bonus! It’s only £30 per person (£42 for bottomless drinks) and you can book a table here.
34. M Restaurant’s Bottomless Brunch (Threadneedle St & Victoria St)
Very rarely does a bottomless brunch manage to deliver unfailingly excellent cocktails and utterly delicious dishes on every occasion, but M Restaurant does exactly that. From a fabulous Pecan French Toast to a whopping Waffle Sandwich, a sumptuous Short Rib Hash to a spicy Shakshuka, M Restaurant have an amazing array of options to satisfy both your sweet tooth and your savoury mid-morning cravings.
And that’s not even the best part! For just £35, you can enjoy as many of their wonderful cocktails as you can fit in alongside your brunch. Brilliantly boozy, their Espresso Martini and Cosmopolitan are frankly, dangerously good. Guaranteed to leave your belly full and your head a little hazy, M Restaurant is a firm favourite of ours and really does offer guests the perfect way to start the weekend. Find more info here.
35. Bottomless Espresso Martinis at Tanner & Co (Bermondsey, currently closed)
Sure to wake up even the sleepiest Londoner, this classy south London spot has added the espresso martini to their brunch menu for one of the capital’s most enervating bottomless brunches. Available both Saturdays and Sundays, it’s from £35 per person. Read our full review.
36. Drink, Shop & Do (King’s Cross, currently closed)
Drink, Shop & Do in King’s Cross is the North London venue with a difference, that fills almost every niche there is. As well as offering a selection of classes and workshops they also run a fab bottomless brunch that runs every Saturday and Sunday. Choose from two hours of unlimited Bloody Mary’s, beers and/or prosecco, as well as some tasty things on toast. This place certainly ticks a lot of boxes! Read more about this versatile London gem in our article, here.
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