Bottomless Bubbly Brunches in London
25th March 2016
Bottomless brunches are becoming more popular in the capital, usually offered in bars and restaurants during the weekend. Many venues offer the option to add unlimited Prosecco (or Champagne or cocktails) with a set brunch menu. There are loads to try, here’s just a few!
Flesh & Buns
Japanese cuisine. Covent Garden. Styled after a Japanese post-work drinking venue called an “izakaya”, Flesh & Buns offers delicious Japanese drinking food in a relaxed environment. For their Sunday brunch, try pork belly, sushi, steak and much more, washed down with unlimited Prosecco. £39/£46pp.
One Canada Square
Classic British and European Restaurant and Bar. Canary Wharf. With this 3 course brunch, you can choose from a selection of classic dishes such as eggs benedict, seasonal salad, crab linguini or steak tartare. Choose to add bottomless Prosecco or Mimosas for an extra £20 per person. 2 courses £20, 2 courses £25.
Forge & Co
Bar & Grill. Shoreditch. On Saturdays. Forge & Co offer a great value Brunch menu with traditional items such as cereals, bagels, eggs (made however you want), a full English and a veggie full English. For £15 add unlimited Prosecco refills!
Villandry Grand Café
French Mediterranean Cuisine. St James’. Being a French-style restaurant, it’s no surprise that Villandry’s bottomless brunch comes with a quality Champagne (Frerejean Frères Champagne). Their weekend brunch menu offers a selection of pastries, cake platter, full English breakfasts and other brunch items. £40 pp with Champagne. Villandry’s Great Portland St venue also offers a bottomless Prosecco brunch for £30.
Japanese cuisine. Regent Street. A little more pricey than some of the others, this venue offers unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne with it’s ‘infinity brunch’ menu. Dishes include prawn tempura, pork/salmon/veggie toban with udon noodles and more. £65 pp.
Italian bar and restaurant. Battersea Bridge. For a less traditional and more lively brunch, try Bunga Bunga. Every Saturday experience two hours of Prosecco and “do it yourself” Bellini kits and a three course brunch. Enjoy delicious meat or veggie pizzas while enjoying live music and karaoke.
New St Grill
British grill restaurant and alfresco dining. Liverpool Street. A stylish and warm venue with an extensive wine collection. In the warmer weather, you can choose to dine alfresco. On Saturdays and Sundays enjoy a dish from the quality choices, from an early roast dinner through to classic British desserts. 2 courses £20, 3 courses £25. An additional £25 for unlimited Prosecco.
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