9 of London’s Best Bottomless Easter Brunches

Indulge in London’s best Easter weekend bottomless brunches. From classic eggs Benedict to brunch tacos and dim sum, not forgetting the bottomless cocktails, bottomless prosecco and bottomless bloody Marys… 

1 Ultimate Easter brunch at Darwin Brasserie, The Sky Garden 
31 March-2 April
Celebrate in style with the ultimate Easter brunch at Sky Garden’s renowned British brasserie, Darwin. Throughout the weekend on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Darwin will be offering an impressive brunch menu of sweet and savoury buffet delights beautifully laid out for unlimited indulgence, as well as a choice of delicious hot main courses from brunch classics to signature lunch favourites and everything in between. Priced at £49.50 per person the menu incorporates the best local and seasonal British produce, as well as a mouth-watering chocolate fountain accompanied by your favourite sweet treats on Sunday and Monday, and an unlimited Bloody Mary bar to truly celebrate the occasion.
20 Fenchurch Street EC3M 8AF; skygarden.london

2 Good Friday Bottomless Brunch at One Canada Square, Canary Wharf
30 March
Kickstart the Easter Bank Holiday weekend with a bottomless boozy brunch. Forget the egg hunt and settle into a laid-back but tipsy affair of unlimited prosecco, mimosas, bloody Marys, bottles of Heineken, Sol and ETM wine at One Canada Square in Canary Wharf. Brunch delights include Eggs Benedict, avocado and chilli on toast with smoked bacon, and a Shorthorn double beef burger packed with smoked bacon, American cheese and a side of fries. Irresistible desserts come in the form of dark chocolate mousse with salted caramel or sticky toffee pudding, served with cornflake milk ice cream. The Easter Good Friday brunch is available from 11am-5pm for two hours, with two courses for £45, and three for £50.
1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf E14 5AB; onecanadasquarerestaurant.com

3 Free-flowing Easter Brunch at Duddell’s, London Bridge
1-2 April 
Celebrate this Easter at Duddell’s with the return of their free-flowing brunch available exclusively on Sunday to Monday from 11am. Indulge in two hours of endless champagne and cocktails, unlimited dim sum and Cantonese specialties within the beautifully converted historic St Thomas Church in London Bridge, now home to Duddell’s and its elevated take on modern Cantonese cuisine. The Easter brunch menu at Duddell’s is £80pp with a non-alcoholic option available at £60 per person.
9A St Thomas Street, London Bridge SE1 9RY; duddells.co

4 Easter Brunch at Dirty Bones, various locations 
30 March-2 April
For those not escaping to the countryside this Easter Weekend, Dirty Bones is extending its bottomless brunch hours for the Bank Holiday weekend. Dirty Bones Denman Street, Shoreditch and Kensington will be serving up their brunch favourites as usual on the Saturday and Sunday, but also from 12pm-4pm on Good Friday and Easter Monday. The recently rebooted Dirty Bones brunch menu includes a new bottomless cocktail option for £22pp, not to mention all-new dishes such as brunch tacos with housemade jalepeño green chorizo, sunny-side up eggs and roasted tomatoes and pasilla chilli salsa, and Double Dutch Pancake, a deep dish pancake topped with fresh clotted cream, blueberries, and a shot of maple syrup.

5 Bottomless Brunch at Nobu Hotel Shoreditch 
1 April 
For a truly special Easter Sunday, Nobu Shoreditch will be hosting an extra-indulgent bottomless brunch, available exclusively on Sunday. Alongside the regular weekend brunch menu of four courses served family-style and unlimited access to the Brunch Bar, offering a variety of classic Nobu dishes, guests will be treated to an exclusive Miso Lamb, created especially for the holiday. For £75 Indulge in two hours off family-style dishes,  unlimited access to Brunch and Dessert Bar, and unlimited Prosecco, Aperol Spritz or Lychee Elderflower Martini.
10-50 Willow Street, Shoreditch EC2A 4BH; nobuhotelshoreditch.com

6 Brunch to the Beat at The Piano Works, Farringdon
31 March-2 April
Brunch to the Beat at Farringdon’s non-stop audience-request live music venue, The Piano Works, this Easter. The House of Song musicians are ready to take all your song requests, so you can sing and dance to your heart’s content as you chow down on bottomless brunch. From 12pm-4pm on Saturday and 1pm-7pm on Easter Sunday and Monday, music-loving brunch-goers can sip on unlimited prosecco or Bloody Marys with two menu options to choose from. A two-course menu (£50pp) includes options like Love Me or Hate Me Eggs Benedict, Bombay Omelette or The Full Works (eggs, sausages, bacon et al). The brand-new Brunch Box (£35pp) offers a choice of Breakfast Burrito, bagels topped with either cream cheese and smoked salmon, or hummus, tomato and vegan cream cheese, all served with crinkle-cut fries. To satisfy your sweet tooth, choose from home-made pancakes with Nutella and cream or waffles with maple syrup and vanilla ice cream or fresh fruit. Brunch to the Beat will continue every Saturday from midday, and Sunday from 1pm.
113-117 Farringdon Road EC1R 3BX; pianoworks.bar

7 Glitter Brunch Social at Flight Club, Shoreditch & Bloomsbury
31 March-2 April
Celebrate the first bank holiday of the year with a bottle of prosecco, unlimited pizza, glitter painters, top tunes and Social Darts? You’ll also get a Ciroc cocktail on arrival and there’ll be prizes for the most impressive glittery get-up. The Glitter Brunch Social at Flight Club’s Shoreditch and Bloomsbury venues will run daily from 31 March until 2 April, with sittings from 12pm-2pm and 2.30pm-4.30pm. Tickets start from £30. Flight Club will also be hosting Speed Darting events, with games, slushies and a fun, relaxed approach to dating. Every Monday from 16 April for £15.

8 Easter Weekend Bottomless Brunch at Galvin HOP, Spitalfields
30 March – 2 April 
Galvin HOP in Spitalfields is one of London’s finest gastropubs. For the whole of Easter weekend, you can enjoy unlimited prosecco, Bloody Mary or Pilsner Urquell for one and a half hours for an extra £15 per person, when dining on two courses. Enjoy dishes such as crushed avocado, poached eggs, Urfa chilli flakes on rye bread and baked macaroni, Comte cheese, mushrooms and chestnuts. Available from 11am to 5.30pm.
35 Spital Square E1 6DY (entrance on Bishops Square); galvinrestaurants.com

9 Bottomless Lunch Weekender at Le Bab, Soho
30 March – 1 April
The Bottomless Lunch Weekender is back at Le Bab, this Easter! Available each weekend from Good Friday at £18 per diner, Londoners can enjoy bottomless Bloody Mary’s, Prosecco (with optional raspberry coulis), or an Elderflower or Raspberry Spritz for two hours when ordering a main dish from the a la carte menu.  Le Bab is one of Soho’s hottest restaurant destinations renowned for its modern gastronomic kebabs, with options including the BBQ paneer, with beetroot puree, crispy onion, pickled rainbow stems and curry mayo (£11); and the Le Bab falafel kebab – with hummus, garlic toum, chilli sauce, pickled chard leaves and mesclun leaves (£9). Booking ahead is advised
Kingly Court, Carnaby Street W1B 5PW; eatlebab.com

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