Londoners are in the grip of a passionate love affair with brunch that shows no sign of abating, but with so many options out there, where oh where to go? The Resident grazes it’s way around the capital to bring you London’s bottomless brunches…
1 Dokke, St Katherine Dock
Dokke is our new favourite hangout. Hidden away among the boutique shops, waterways and fabulous yachts is this dinky, charming eatery that might just serve London’s most beautiful brunch. Dokke is luxury private island specialist Neil Wager’s first foray into restaurant ownership, and as well as the chic, relaxed, my-home-in-the-Med atmosphere he has created in the restaurant-cum-living room, his Asian-fusion menu is a thing of beauty. Try his popular staples like Crispy Potato with kimchi and black pudding, Cloud Egg with crispy kale, avocado and chorizo, or Supergreen Fritatta with kale, edamame, chilli, avocado and fig chutney. The Dokke Breakfast – which masquerades as sort of run-of-the-mill fry up with sausage, egg, bacon, avocado, Wapping Sourdough toast and cherry tomato – is absolutely glorious, too. And they’re all right up there with London’s most Instagrammable dishes. Dining on the waterside terrace on a sunny afternoon here really is the life. Dokke’s bottomless brunch with unlimited prosecco or bloody Mary is served on Saturday and Sunday for £35pp.
Ivory House, East Smithfield E1W 1AT; 020 7481 3954; dokke.co.uk
2 Bōkan, Canary Wharf
This place is so suave! Launched in May, Bōkan is a new restaurant, bar and open air rooftop terrace is quite the destination. If you’re looking to impress your date, then this is the one. Occupying the 37th, 38th and 39th floors of the new Novotel Canary Wharf, those 360° terrace views are really something. And the substance matches the style – the bottomless brunch is frankly wonderful. The indulgent three-course menu created by Head Chef Aurélie Altemaire features starters like tiger prawn tempura (excellent) and seabream and smoked salmon tartare with yuzu, coconut milk and mango (off-the-scale good). You can even, technically, have steak for breakfast, with the English grass fed beef skirt for two to share, or opt for crispy egg’s royale with hot smoked salmon. And then there’s dessert. The homemade Nutella and whipped mascarpone waffle is a delight, as is the Paris-Brest (choux pastry and praline mousse). After brunch, head up to the rooftop terrace for a digestif with the imposing towers of canary Wharf for company. Oh, and the loos are cool too. Bōkan’s bottomless prosecco brunch is served from 12pm-2pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays for £49pp.
Novotel Canary Wharf, 40 Marsh Wall E14 9TP; bokanlondon.co.uk
3 Aster, Victoria
Aster, which opened on 1 February with enough fizz and fanfare to lure Millie Mackintosh and her boyfriend Hugo Taylor away from the InStyle EE Rising Star BAFTA Party, serves brunch in true Nordic/French style with lots of fresh, light ingredients like cured salmon and pickles, as well as indulgent French flourishes like flat iron steak with cafe de paris butter. At two courses for £21 or three courses for £26 – plus the option of bottomless bubbles for an additional £10 per person – it’s hard to say no. Alternatively, play it safe with just the one Mimosa, or Bloody Mary, or Bellini’s – Aster’s delicious brunch cocktails are £10 each. We went for the two-course option, starting with a gorgeous smashed avo with green goddess dressing on rye toast, followed by a potato blini with mushrooms, a perfect poached egg and a rich, buttery béarnaise sauce. Delicious.
150 Victoria Street SW1E 5LB; aster-restaurant.com
4 The Landmark London, Marylebone
From 12.30pm until 3pm on Sundays The Landmark London offers a Sunday Champagne brunch, where it serves up a delightful range of delicacies and, of course, limitless Champagne. Expect a never-ending buffet of pastries, charcuterie and salads, as well as mains like roast beef and seafood, and various breads, omelettes and soups. For dessert there is an equally great selection, with offerings like Eton mess, crème caramel and a whole variety of fruit tarts. All this is yours for £90 – make sure you book early. Find the menu here.
222 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JQ; landmarklondon.co.uk
5 Roka, Canary Wharf
Experience the best in contemporary Japanese cooking while overlooking Canada Square with Roka’s koten brunch. At the weekend, £49 will get you a choice of starters off the counter, a main such as the salmon fillet teriyaki or cedar roast baby chicken, and a dessert platter for the table. With an excellent range of cocktails, wines, sakes and fruit and herb-infused shochu, you won’t be going home hungry or thirsty.
4 Park Pavilion 40 Canada Square, Canary Wharf E14 5FW; rokarestaurant.com
6 Bon Vivant, Bloomsbury
Bringing a little joie de vivre to Bloomsbury, Bon Vivant, which opened on Marchmont Street this February, serves everything from croissants and coffee au matin to indulgent bottomless brunches, as well as light lunches and intimate dinners. The Morning After fry up, with steak, eggs, bacon, potato and BV sauce (£12.50), sounds amazing, or you can choose from the likes of pancakes (with a choice of three toppings -bananas, maple syrup, berry compote, almonds, chocolate sauce, bacon and fried egg – £6.50), the ubiquitous crushed avocado on toast with poached eggs, smoked paprika and olive oil (£6.50) or eggs Florentine (£6.50). Slip into a banquette and take in the decadent space with notes of naughtiness in the form of provocative artworks across the walls and menus.
75-77 Marchmont Street, Kings Cross WC1N 1AP; bonvivantrestaurant.co.uk
7 Gaucho’s Electro Brunch, various locations
Friday night segues into Saturday morning with Gaucho’s Electro Brunch, featuring bottomless drinks, unlimited small plates and a DJ. Of course, Gaucho’s famous Argentine steak is on the menu, but there’s even more to this brunch – expect the likes of homemade Dulce de Leche mixed with peanut butter spread across French toast; fried Provoleta cheese with a caramelised onion chutney and oven baked chorizo sausage with plum tomato, eggs and mushroom. Drinks on offer include Aperol Spritz, Domain Chandon, Rubia Pilsner Lager or a Gaucho Bloody Mary. Upgrade to the Electro Brunch Premium, where you can add the incredibly rare Chandon Rosé into the package as well as Porn Star Martinis and Espresso Martinis. Electro Brunch is served Saturdays from 11am-4pm for £49.95 or £59.95 per person for the Electro Brunch Premium. All dishes and beverages are included within the price for two hours from the time of seating. Available at London’s Broadgate, Canary Wharf, Chancery Lane, Piccadilly, Sloane Street, Smithfield and Tower Bridge branches
8 Sakagura, Mayfair
Sakagura’s bottomless brunch is a high-quality Japanese extravaganza. First, you’ll graze on edamame, maki sushi, sashimi, assorted tempura, fried chicken and salad, then, choose a main dish of either salmon teriyaki, beef teriyaki, yakitori mix, nigiri sushi or nasu dengaku (miso-galzed egg plant). Accompany the lot with unlimited champagne, house wine, sparkling sake, non-sparkling sake or a Japanese bloody Mary. For dessert, enjoy some Far Eastern ice cream specialties – choose from sake kasu vanilla, dark chocolate wasabi or soy sauce caramel. Unlimited drinks are served for 1.5 hours only. £45pp.
8 Heddon Street, Mayfair W1B 4BSl; 020 3405 7230; sakaguralondon.com
9 Stagolee’s, Fulham
This hot chicken and liquor joint just opened up in Fulham and its already attracting a crowd. The Southern style cooking packs simple dishes full of flavour and results in a truly delicious brunch menu. Their breakfast sandwiches served on flaky biscuits are to die for and the ‘bonuts’ are a perfect dessert for any time of day. You can get either dish for under £10. Pair these items or others with their tasty bottomless cocktail offerings by choosing mimosas or Bloody Marys for £25 extra and get ready for a boozy brunch that will leave you full and content.
453 North End Road, Fulham SW6 1NZ; stagoleesldn
10 KuPP, Paddington
KuPP in Paddington is now serving up a Veggie Board as part of its popular Bottomless Smörgasbord Brunch deal, which also includes ‘bords’ packed with fish and seafood, another with a smoked fore-rib of beef and the signature KuPP Bord loaded with Swedish meatballs, potted rabbit and chorizo sausage rolls. The new Veggie Bord includes wild mushroom and tarragon tart, quinoa, kale and butternut bites, smashed avocado and dukkah, earthy roasted beetroot and smoked red onions, Swedish Västerbotten and Danish blue cheeses. KuPP’s Bottomless Brunch includes 90 minutes of unlimited smörgasbord refills alongside a choice of bottomless cocktails or glasses of Czech Pilsner Krušovice. £30pp. Available weekends 12noon-5pm. For every adult enjoying a Bottomless Bord, a child can eat for free from a dedicated kids menu.
5 Merchant Square, Paddington W2 1AS; 020 7262 8618; kupp.co
Think of brunch at Bunga Bunga less as the a Saturday morning excursion and more as the beginning of Saturday night – unlimited DIY Bellinis and a three-course Italian brunch dishing up antipasti platters and brunch pizzas (picture hollandaise sauce, spinach, smoked salmon and egg on a pizza) to devour alongside entertainment like karaoke and surprise opera singers. Wash it all down homemade gelato and another of the free flowing drinks on offer and your Saturday night just started nice and early. From 11.30am on Saturday mornings, the Bunga Brumch prices start from £38.
37 Battersea Bridge Road SW11 3BA; bungabunga-london.com
12 Smokey Tails at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
Smokey Tails at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen launched its bottomless boozy brunch in mid February. Seth Troxler’s cult barbecue restaurant has rustled up one heck of a bottomless brunch, with free-flowing bloody Marys, prosecco, mimosas or softies, as well as all-you-can-eat all-American food. For just £30 per person (or £25 virgin), you can feast on hearty Midwestern dishes like Crunchy Brioche French Toast with Fried Chicken, Bacon and Maple Syrup; Cherry Cola Gammon and Fried Eggs; or Mama T’s Pancakes with Fruit Compote and Vanilla Cream. And it’s not just eats at Smokey Tails, it’s beats too. Brunchers will be able to enjoy music played through the restaurant’s new luxury sound system – a custom-built studio-standard Martion Audio System featuring 12 Martion Luzy’ speakers. Brunch is available Saturdays 10am-2pm and Sundays 12pm-2pm (max two hours per sitting).
2-4 Hoxton Square N1 6NU; 020 3889 8763; smokeytails.co.uk
13 LIMA Fitzrovia & LIMA Floral
On 25 March 2017, both LIMA Fitzrovia and LIMA Floral launch new Peruvian brunch menus. The menus comprise a selection of starters to share, a choice of a main dish and a selection of desserts for the table. Peruvian favourites including mixed tuna, octopus and seabream ceviche sit alongside new dishes like gratinated scallops with soft poached eggs, seaweed and yellow chilli hollandaise, as well as maca and potato pancakes with suckling pig confit. For an additional £20 per person, guests can also opt for a bottomless Pisco punch for the table. Over at LIMA Floral, the new menu will be divided into two dining experiences: a four-course ‘Andean Brunch’ served until 12.30pm and a ‘Long Lunch’ served all day and including a selection of sharing starters, a main course per person and desserts to share. Available every Saturday and Sunday for £35pp.
14 One Canada Square, Canary Wharf
From 9am until 5pm on Saturdays One Canada Square serves up European- and USA-inspired dishes in art deco surroundings. The choice is between two and three courses (£20 and £25 respectively) and for another £20 you can enjoy bottomless Bloody or Virgin Marys, Mimosas or ETM, the house wine. The dishes on offer are modern twists on the classics, such as the soft shell crab Benedict with jalapeno hollandaise. Follow this with a substantial main and desserts like treacle tart, throw in a pianist on the white baby grand piano and you’ve got yourself a rather leisurely way to spend a Saturday.
1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf E14 5AB; onecanadasquarerestaurant.com
15 Cookbook Café, Mayfair
At the Cookbook Café you are invited to ‘rock up and feast like crazy’ on waffles, pancakes, pastries and eggs how you like them, as well as have endless Prosecco, Bellinis, tea and coffee. The brunch on Saturdays will cost you £52 for a never-ending meal, and on Sundays its £59 with the inclusion of a roast. Both days feature incredible mains and deserts that showcase their style of informal modern British dishes with an international spin.
Intercontinenal Park Lane, 1 Hamilton Place, Park Lane W1J 7QY; cookbookcafe.co.uk
For £34 each, you and your mates can feast on unlimited amounts of prosecco, bloody Mary and bucks fizz, as well as all-you-can-eat food. Choose from the likes of a full English, avocado on toast with a choice of poached egg or bacon and Belgian waffles with banana, toffee and honeycomb ice cream. On the wagon? Then your brunch will set you back just £25 with a choice of unlimited tea, coffee, freshly squeezed orange juice or virgin Mary. Be sure to book well in advance as seats are limited.
23-27 Arcola Street E8 2DJ; jonesandsonsdalston.com
17 Jaz & Jul’s Bottomless Chocolate Brunch
Award-winning artisans Jaz & Jul’s have launched a bottomless option for their popular chocolate-themed veggie brunch just in time for National Chocolate Week. Enjoy one savoury plus one sweet breakfast dish each, accompanied by unlimited Prosecco or special cocoa-influenced breakfast cocktails for two hours. Savoury dishes include spicy veggie potato hash with black bean sausage, peppers, kale, smokey aubergine ‘rashers’ and fried egg; or cornbread waffles with Mexican-style black bean chilli in mole sauce with roast tomatoes and avocado. There are vegan options too. Desserts include chocolate avocado smoothie bowls and orange-zest Jaffa pancakes with marmalade-maple syrup. Served throughout the day on Saturdays and Sundays with prosecco for £30, prosecco and breakfast cocktails for £35 or orange juice and hot drinks for £20.
1 Chapel Market, Islington N1 9EZ; jazandjuls.co.uk
18 Ask For Janice, Smithfield Market
Ask For Janice, the British bar and restaurant opposite Smithfield Market, started opening on Saturdays for laid-back weekend brunches in February. The wholesome bottomless offering celebrates understated, fresh, local ingredients to delicious effect. Conquering the eternal sweet/savoury brunch dilemma, AFJ’s brunch offering lets you choose three dishes from an array of small plates including bubble and squeak with black pudding, soft boiled egg and hollandaise; carrot hotcake with carrot hummus, orange and almond; bavette steak with roasted field mushroom, bone marrow toast and smoked tomato dressing; and Long Lane granola, goji berries and coconut milk. Choose from bottomless Bucks Fizz, Salty Dogs or Bloody Marys (£35) or stay sober for £25.
50-52 Long Lane, Farringdon EC1A 9EJ; 020 7600 2255; askforjanice.co.uk
19 Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, Clerkenwell
Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 4pm Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings offers bottomless Bellinis and Bloody Marys to accompany its brunch dishes. Think scones and French toast with clotted cream and berries, poached eggs on English muffins, and crispy potato hash with friend duck eggs and smoked salmon and you’re on the right track.
42 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HU; bandhbuildings.com
Martello Hall in London Fields has joined the bottomless brunch gang with Italian-inspired dishes and endless Mimosas within a typically east London warehouse-chic setting. The 140 year-old institution, recently converted into an all-day and late-night venue by the Albion and East group, is set over three floors, has a Brunch Italiana menu featuring the meatballs served with ‘nduja tomato sauce, parmesan and rocket pesto pizza bread, as well as toast with avocado, feta, chilli, roast tomatoes, lemon and nut dukkah. To drink, choose from the classic Mimosa (Italian Frizzante, peach liqueur and orange juice), a fresh Martello Rum Punch (overproof and dark rums, cherry bitters, juice and fresh fruit) or the infamous Italian Frizzante. Martello Hall sources as much as possible locally from Hackney and East London, from beers and spirits to cheese and charcuterie. The bottomless brunch is served every Saturday from 11am-5pm for £15pp.
137 Mare Street, Hackney E8 3RH; martellohall.com
21 The Lost Angel, Battersea
If you’re more into the lunch part of brunch then The Lost Angel is just the place to wind down your weekend. The Battersea restaurant serves Sunday roasts from midday – with the promise that they’ll be “like your mum used to make” – and a bottomless DIY Bloody Mary bar. For £20 you get a selection of ingredients to pep up the ‘day after’ classic – with a huge range of sauces from around the world, house-infused spirits, spices, bitters, pickles, chillies and limes so that you can give it your own twist. Get creative and try your hand at inventing the next best Bloody Mary recipe.
339 Battersea Park Road SW11 4LS; lostangel.co.uk
22 Firedog, Fiztrovia’s
Firedog, Fiztrovia’s modern Turkish restaurant and bar inspired by the Aegean Firedog, has launched a new bottomless brunch with a strict ‘no avocado’ policy. The No Limit-Lit Brunch instead encourages diners to share a multitude of mezze dishes inspired by the diverse ingredients found in a group of islands located between the Greek and Anatolian Peninsulas, including Santorini, Rhodes and Mykonos. £35pp (£25 without alcohol). Available every Saturday and Sunday for a maximum of 1.5 hours per table.
92 Newman Street, Fitzrovia W1T 3EZ; 020 3637 6655; fdog.com
23 Asia de Cuba, St Martins Lane
Tucked inside St Martins Lane hotel, Asia de Cuba’s offering isn’t as well known as some of the others on the list, but it should feature on every brunch-lover’s radar. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-3pm the restaurant runs a Cocktail Brunch (with unlimited Mojitos, Mimosas, Bellinis or DIY Bloody Marys at £45 per person) and a Champagne Brunch with bottomless Perrier-Jouët champagne for £70 per person. The food has a rich Cuban influence: black bean hummus with malanga chips, ceviche de pescado and mini Cuban sandwiches. But it’s the dessert that stands out: a plate of tiny Mexican doughnuts served with Thai chili-chocolate dip. Try the smooth Guava Bellini for a fun alternative to the Mimosa.
45 St Martins Lane WC2N 4HX; morganshotelgroup.com
24 Cantina del Ponte, Shad Thames
Cantina del Ponte launched a new Prosecco and Pasta Bottomless Brunch on 12 March 2017. As an Italian edit on a Sunday roast, the relaxed and informal menu features a selection of small starters and pasta dishes prepared at the restaurant’s pasta counter. Available every Sunday from 12pm-3pm, you can choose any three dishes for £15 or five for £25, from a selection of small plates and fresh pasta dishes, including poached eggs with spinach and Mornay sauce and smoked swordfish with rocket, tomato and fennel. To add an element of theatre to the meal diners will also be able to watch Cantina’s chefs at work from behind the pasta station creating fresh dishes including ricotta and smoked burrata ravioli with tomato sauce and braised beef ravioli butter and rosemary (main courses and desserts can be ordered a la carte). Add bottomless prosecco for £15 per person.
36c Shad Thames SE1 2YE 020 7403 5403; cantinadelponte.co.uk
25 B ‘n T: Brunch Afternoon Tea at Le Méridien Piccadilly
Can’t decide between lunch and afternoon tea? B ‘n T: Brunch Afternoon Tea at Le Méridien Piccadilly is a new menu concept offering the best of both. Served in the traditional Afternoon Tea style, classic delicacies are given a brunch-inspired twist, so expect delights such as smoked salmon scones, a mini full English (cocktail sausage, streaky bacon, cherry tomato, beans and a quail egg sitting inside a mini ‘Yorkshire Basket’), and an avocado ‘superfood éclair’. The sweet stuff includes Chocolate Eggs And Dippers and cocktails nod to the theme too, with gin-infused Earl Grey Tea served inside a teacup. Soft-launch 8-23 April (weekends only), priced £27.50 with cocktail or £37.50 with free-flowing sparkling wine. The menu officially launches on Saturday 29 April, served Saturdays and Sundays priced £35 with cocktail or £45 with free-flowing sparkling wine.
21 Piccadilly, Mayfair W1J 0BH; 020 7734 8000; terracegrillandbar.com
26 Galvin HOP, Spitalfields
Galvin HOP has launched a new brunch at its pub deluxe in Spital Square, which you can turn ‘bottomless’ with free-flowing Bloody Marys, prosecco or fresh Pilsner Urquell for an additional £10 per person. The acclaimed culinary duo Chris and Jeff Galvin have designed an extensive menu offering the likes of Galvin-cured smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, and rich Buttermilk pancakes topped with cream, berries and maple syrup. Those with a larger appetite can indulge in heartier mains including the acclaimed signature Galvin Deluxe burger served with melted cheese and deep fried pickle. Served 11.30am-4pm on Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays at Galvin HOP. The bottomless option is valid with one main or brunch course. Bookings valid for two hours.
35 Spital Square E1 6DY; 020 7299 0404; galvinrestaurants.com
27 Jar Kitchen, Covent Garden
Jar Kitchen, a small, independent restaurant in Covent Garden, recently appointed Paula Borreguero, formerly of 10 Greek Street, as Head Chef. The exciting new menu includes a bottomless brunch with unlimited prosecco, Mimosas or (horseradish infused) Bloody Marys. The contemporary twist on brunch includes a choice of two or three courses with dishes like smoked haddock kedgeree with quail’s egg; blueberry hot cakes with honey and chia; or ox cheek tacos with sweet potato and pickled red cabbage. Sip on Monmouth coffee and PRESS freshly-pressed juices or take your pick from a selection of Eteaket teas available. Every Saturday from 10am.
176 Drury Lane, Covent Garden WC2B 5QF; jarkitchen.com
28 MNKY HSE’s Brunch Party, Mayfair
MNKY HSE is launching the ultimate brunch party this spring. Hosted on the last Sunday of each month, starting 30 April 2017, the event offers a contemporary Latin American menu alongside international DJ sets and regular live music performances. Brunch will begin with a selection of appetisers followed by an option of two starter platters – the Tostadas Platter (serves 2-3 for £29, with Octopus Chorizo, Maguros, Prawn Ceviche and a vegetarian dish) and the Para Taquer Platter (serves 3-4 for £65 and includes Beef Brisket, Chicken Pibil, Carnitas de Pato and Cazuela de Hongos Y Queso). Main courses such as Glazed Chicken, Mnky Blk Cod, Giant Tiger Prawns and Beef Tenderloin will also be available. There’s also a Dessert Platter that serves up to six people, with fresh fruit, ice creams, sorbets and a selection of mini signature desserts (£60). Add unlimited champagne for £25 or a Bloody Maria jug for £25. 2pm till late.
10 Dover Street, Mayfair W1S 4LQ; mnky-hse.com
The Big Easy brunch offers two bottomless brunch options for £29.50 – the Limitless Bar.B.Q or the Lobster Fest. Every time I go I have my sights set on the lobster, but The Big Pig Gig is hard to resist because its a) huge and b) messy and fun. You get limitless pit-smoked Bar.B.Q chicken and St Louis pork ribs, served up with slaw, pit-smoked beans, fries and fresh baked cornbread. Unbelievable. Those feeling less piggy can opt for the Lobster Fest with a whole fresh Nova Scotia lobster, a lobster roll or lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, served with fries and house salad. Both are served with two hours of unlimited Prosecco, Big Easy Brew, Frozen mojito or house wine. There’s also an à la carte American brunch menu with the likes of French Toast Waffles and Breakfast BLTS (menu varies according to branch). Served 12pm-5pm at weekends.
Big Easy has branches in Covent Garden, Kings Road and Canary Wharf; bigeasy.co.uk
30 All Star Lanes, various locations
All Star Lanes has launched London’s first truly bottomless craft beer brunch experience. The brunch menu features five American-style dishes paired with craft beers from the likes of Beavertown Brewery, Steven’s Point Brewery, Brooklyn Brewery and Boulevard Brewery to perfectly match the flavour notes and profiles of each dish. For the old school brunchers, Prosecco, Mimosa’s and Bloody Mary’s are also on offer. Dig into dishes like Salt Beef Hash, The All Star Lanes Stack and Fried Chicken & Waffles for the perfect weekend treat. Available for 2 hour sessions every weekend from 12pm till 4pm, the bottomless beer package is priced at £19 per person and brunch dishes start at £8 each. All Star Lanes has branches in Holborn, Bayswater, Shoreditch and Westfield Stratford City.
31 Boozy Monday (or Sunday) Brunch at Shackfuyu, Soho
The Boozy Monday Brunch menu at Shackfuyu in Soho is perfect for those who don’t work the typical Monday-Sunday 9-5 (if you do, however, brunch is, of course, also available on Sundays!) Enjoy a three-course Japanese-inspired feast alongside a yuzu kosho Bloody Mary or strawberry bellini on arrival, followed by a choice of free-flowing white wine, red wine or prosecco while dining. Choose two small dishes from a selection including Korean fired chicken wings and kale, mizuna and spinach salad, as well as one large dish such as grilled salmon fillet with yuzu miso or Iberico pork pluma. Dessert is Shackfuyu’s iconic kinako French toast with soft serve matcha ice cream. £39pp.
14A Old Compton Street, Soho W1D 4TJ; bonedaddies.com
32 Frunch at Bad Egg
Bad Egg, the masters of the humble egg – and a stonking bottomless brunch – are taking over the city every Friday with Frunch. Set to revive those long, debauchery lunches in the City, with free-flowing Prosecco, frozen margaritas, updated American diner classics and the signature sound track of old skool hip-hop. Every Friday from 2.30pm-10pm guests can enjoy two hours of bottomless Prosecco, mimosas or Bad Egg’s brand new frozen Margaritas, alongside classics such as the Bad Egg Burger with Nduja cheese fondue, soft egg yolk, pickles, onions and yellow mustard, and the new favorite, Pulled Pork & Kimchi Hash with crispy potato, kimchi, spicy pulled pork and cheese fondue. £32pp. The Bad Egg Bunch is also served from 10am-7.30pm on Saturdays and 10am-5pm on Sundays priced £35pp.
City Point, 1 Ropemaker Street EC2Y 9AW; badegg.london
33 Bottomless Pudding & Prosecco at Galvin at The Athenaeum
Galvin at The Athenaeum launches a bottomless puddings and prosecco lunch on Saturday 6 October. The three-course Saturday and Sunday lunch from the Michelin-starred Galvin brothers not only offers unlimited bubbles, but unlimited puddings too. Saturday lunchtime offers the likes of spiced iron bark pumpkin risotto, grilled native lobster and a Jubilee lamb curry, while Sunday offers a traditional Sunday Roast with all the trimmings. Whichever day you dine on, save a bit of space for the eight desserts, which include a Valrhona chocolate mousse topped with crunchy pistachio, Victoria plum Bakewell tart and Provence fig and blackcurrant trifle. The bottomless lunches, available every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-2.30pm, are priced at £45, and kids can join in the bottomless lunch fun with a two-course menu, unlimited mocktails and unlimited puds for £9.50. The hotel also provides free toys to keep the little ones entertained.
116 Piccadilly, Mayfair W1J 7BJ; athenaeumhotel.com
34 Coin Laundry, Exmouth Market
Coin Laundry, a retro bar and restaurant, serves a selection of authentic, timeless dishes as part of their bottomless brunch. Saturdays from 9am-5pm, some of the delicious dishes (£10 each) include avocado on toast with poached egg, feta and green chilli, autumn squash hash black cabbage, crispy fried egg, toast and of course the home comfort of a full English. It’s that’s not enough, there are also bottomless cocktails. For an additional, choose between Bloody Mary, Hound Dog or Winter Bellini. A step into the past, Coin Laundry reminds us how food used to taste.
70 Exmouth Market EC1R 4QP; coinlaundry.co.uk
35 Rascals’ Boozy Bottomless Brunch, Shoreditch
This bottomless brunch really is bottomless. The brainchild of Ballie Ballerson founders and siblings George and Wenny Anderson (the adult ball pit is just next door), the focus of this Saturday afternoon affair is boozy, uninhibited fun. A Buck’s Fizz greets you on arrival, and you’ll never get to the bottom of it. Then the bottomless espresso martini arrives, and you’ll never reach the bottom of that, either. Then the games began, and it all slides into debauchery. Your saviour ought to be the truffle linguine with meatballs served somewhere around the halfway mark, but it’s a pretty uninspiring dish to be honest and I just picked out the meatballs to keep me on an (almost) even keel. If you’re here for the food, you’re in the wrong place, but if you’re here for a super fun, boozy afternoon out with your mates, then Rascals’ bottomless brunch is perfect. Saturdays 3pm-5pm priced £40pp.
97 Curtain Road, Shoreditch EC2A 3BS; londonrascals.com