When it comes to brunch, I like it bottomless and boozy, how about you?
Here are my best brunch spots in London offering just that. Now which are you going to try first?
Quaglino’s have a Saturday and Sunday brunch both with bottomless bubbles. Choose between 2 or 3 courses and add bottomless bubbles for just £22 per person. The Saturday menu has favourites such as poached eggs and egg muffins or opt for something slightly larger like the steak burger with chips and onions rings. The Sunday menu is a slightly fancier affair with dishes such as truffle and goats cheese agnolotti and they also serve the traditional roast beef dinner.
For both days two courses is £25 and three courses £29. On the Saturday you can enjoy music from the Quaglino’s DJ and on stage Sunday there will be live music. The food is delicious and the setting is really lovely. Saturday and Sunday lunch runs from 11.30am-2.30pm.
For more info or to book visit www.quaglinos-restaurant.co.uk.
Bourne & Hollingsworth
Bourne & Hollingsworth weekend brunch runs both days and has a mixture of food to suit all tastes. Choose from the likes of poached eggs on english muffin, a full veggie breakfast, to a B&H cheeseburger, topped with fresh juices or cocktails. Or if you’re in it for the bottomless drinks, for £18pp you can choose either the bottomless house Bellini or the Bloody Mary cocktail. Finish your brunch with warm chocolate brownie and ice-cream with chocolate sauce.
Brunch runs Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm. For more info and to book visit bandhbuildings.com.
Two words here, unlimited and boozy. Big Easy is based in Covent Garden and also have a branch in Canary Wharf at the Crossrail. The unlimited all American style boozy brunch is £29.50 and includes 2 hours of unlimited Big Easy brew, Prosecco or house wine.
You have a choice of the limitless Bar.B.Q, a huge selection of meats including Pit Smoked Bar.B.Q chicken, chopped pork, cornbread and so much more. Otherwise opt for the lobster fest, a whole fresh lobster, lobster roll or lobster mac ‘n’ cheese. Served with fries & house salad. There is also a separate brunch menu, I’m partial to the french toast waffles – eggy bread with bacon and maple syrup. Definitely come hungry. The brunch runs all weekend 9am-5pm.
Flesh & Buns
If traditional brunch isn’t your thing or you would prefer something different, Flesh and Buns have a great brunch deal for Sundays. For £39 or £46pp you get a cocktail on arrival, choose from a Bloody Mary or a Strawberry Bellini and then choose from the small dishes and the signature Flesh & Buns menu. Accompanied by unlimited Prosecco, red or white wine and then dessert for the table. It can be booked for groups of 6 or less and runs from midday-4pm, with booking in advance a must.
At Hix in Soho the brunch menu changes weekly and includes delights like minute steak with double yolker, eggs benedict and the moyallon bacon burger with fried braddock white duck’s egg. The brunch offer runs on Saturday 11am -4pm and Sundays 12pm-4pm where you can enjoy bottomless Bloody Mary’s or Prosecco for an additional £20pp when ordering from the brunch menu.
Mews of Mayfair
Running both Saturday and Sunday, Mews of Mayfair have an extensive brunch menu, offering everything from eggs benedict to beer battered fish and chips. There are plenty of healthy and those not so healthy options to please everyone. On Sunday they also offer a Sunday Roast menu with chicken, pork belly, beef and also a nut roast. Add on bottomless Bloody Mary’s, Bellini’s, Mimosas, beer or house wine when you choose a minimum of 2 courses for an additional £19. Brunch menu is available 11am-4pm.
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