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66-70 Baker St, Dorset St, Marylebone, London W1U 7DJ
Baker Street

A South Indian-inspired brunch awaits as Ooty on Baker Street. The four-course feast features Indian twists on breakfast favourites starting with Indian-spiced pastries and homemade granola with palm yoghurt and merry berry compote. It’s a sharing basket but be careful not to fill up too much on breads, jams and clotted cream, as there are some epic dishes to follow. For the second and third courses you are given a choice; the masala egg dosa with chicken sausage is a thin, crispy pancake with the sausage links hidden inside and comes with spicy and cooling dips. The keema mattar pao is a rich spiced lamb mince, served with Indian bread rolls. The main courses are served in traditional tiffin boxes, which you get to unpack at the table, how cute. We went for the deeply flavoursome Andhra mutton koora, served with potato, edamame and sugar pea stir-fry, brown onion and caraway seed pulao, and a malabar parotta. There’s house-made desserts and seasonal fresh fruit to finish, all washed down with free-flowing prosecco or mimosas should you wish. It’s a lot of food but you get a leisurely two hours to enjoy it in.


152 Tooley St, London SE1 2TU, UK
London Bridge London Bridge

We’re already fans of Santo Remedio – it’s one of the best Mexican restaurants in town – but now they’ve got a new bottomless brunch menu, we love it even more. It all kicks off with some of their famous guac and chips before a sharing starter; we can highly recommend the pork belly tacos with chicarron and tomatillo salsa because they are SO GOOD. And they don’t skimp on the filling either, so you’ll need both hands to stuff them in. The mains feature classic dishes like chilaquiles, torta agohada and chicken enchiladas suizas, which come in a moreish tomatillo sauce and topped with Chihuahua cheese. The huevos motulenos – corn tostadas with black beans, grilled bacon, plantain, fried eggs and salsa roja – is a bit like a Mexican fry-up and if you like eggs in the morning, this really hits the spot. There’s only one way to finish here and it’s with a pot of churros and cajeta (dulce de leche sauce) for dippage, trust us when we say you really don’t need anything else (expect maybe another portion). Bubbles and beers are both amongst the bottomless options but this is a Mexican brunch so it’s gotta be the margaritas – and they do shake up a particularly great one at Santo Remedio.


1-5 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR, UK
Bank Cannon Street Cannon Street

If you fancy spicing up your bottomless brunch then make a beeline for Brigadiers. It’s actually more like a cross between a Sunday roast and a bottomless (absolutely no bad thing in our books) with a three course Sunday BBQ menu. You kick off with a load of different pappadums and chutneys before moving onto the absolutely massive mains. The wood roasted Goan pork comes in a gorgeous sauce with masala rice and smoked mackerel sambal on the side but it’s the tandoori masala ribeye with its bone marrow dopiaza that’s an absolute must. Oh and you get tadka greens, crispy chaat masala tatties AND fennel buns on the side. And then you get kulfi for dessert, which thankfully is feather light so you can definitely fit it in. As well as making sure you’re incredibly well fed, the Brigadiers team will keep you watered with free flowing lager, prosecco or Paloma cocktails, and they are very on the ball when it comes to keeping you topped up too.


Rupert St, West End, London, UK
Piccadilly Circus Leicester Square

If there was ever a brunch to help with hangxiety (that’s hangover anxiety FYI), it’s the new alpine bottomless brunch at Heritage. Every Sunday they’ll cater to all your cheese and chocolate needs with the three course ‘food station’ brunch. First up is the cheese fondue, which is brought to your table with a side of bread and potatoes for double-dipping – cue rude jokes. Then there’s more cheese at the raclette station, along with charcuterie and veggies that you can cover in gooey, gooey cheese. There’s also a charbonnade station (a copper meat grill for those who don’t know what one of is either) to get grilled meat, veggies and seafood. If you manage to save room for pud then there’s a four-foot, 12-tiered chocolate fountain to feast on. All this will only set you back £42 per person and there’s an option to upgrade to bottomless champers too for an extra £30pp. Wear stretchy pants.


19 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR, UK
Bank Cannon Street Cannon Street

If you’re looking for a fancy way to start the weekend, then it’s gotta be the lobster brunch at Kym’s. The four course affair kicks off with a spicy Bloody Mary shot and smacked pickled cucumbers, which are both sure to wake you up. Then it’s prawn toast time – made with sourdough and a thick layer of prawns and sesame seeds, this is Andrew Wong’s luxe version of the Chinese classic. It comes topped with a golden runny egg yolk (it is brunch after all) and either smoked salmon or candied bacon. The main event of lobster comes in two ways, soy poached or roasted typhoon shelter style with chilli, garlic and mushrooms, and you’ll defo want to get one of each. The soy lobster is soft and tender, whilst the meat on the typhoon style one is crispy, almost like it’s been deep fried. The main course also comes with a mini Three Treasures – crispy pork belly, soy chicken and pork char siu – so you’re also able to try Kym’s signature dish. It’s a light yuzu layer cake with cinnamon ice cream to finish off the feast. All that’ll cost you £45 and for an extra £15 you can add on two hours of free-flowing beer, wine or bellinis.


Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, London W1B 5PW
Oxford Circus Piccadilly Circus

Sometimes eggs and avo just won’t cut it and you need something more substantial – like a kebab – for brunch. That’s where Le Bab comes in. Really it’s more lunch than brunch as the Kingly Court spot has just added a bottomless booze option onto the side of their regular menu. But what a menu. The Le Bab bhajis – onion bhajis pimped with braised lamb shoulder and beef shin – are a must-order and the kebabs are just as epic. The 15-hour pork shawarma has a great crunch from crackling and pickled kohlrabi, whilst the BBQ paneer with beetroot puree, curry mayo, and crispy onions is a winning veggie option. Roll ’em up and stuff ’em in. The drinks options, prosecco spritzes made with either elderflower or raspberry, are the ideal accompaniment. They go down a treat and they’re not stingy with them either, just how we like it.


9 Russell Street, London WC2B 5HZ, UK
Covent Garden

Bottomless dim sum AND bottomless booze? RedFarm is doing it every Sunday with the unlimited champagne and dim sum brunch. For 90 minutes you can fill up on as much food as you can handle, with the menu including RedFarm classics like shrimp & snow pea leaf dumplings, pork & crab soup dumplings, beef dumplings with hoisin, scallion pancakes with bacon and the famous cheeseburger spring rolls. The portions are on the large side here (it is an American import after all) so whilst it’s tempting to order plates and plates of the dumplings, you defo don’t wanna miss the spicy crispy beef – you’ll be wanting fried rice and some veggies with that too – or the custard bao for pud, so go for a few dishes at a time before re-upping. We think fizz the way to go and the Collet champagne stands up to the strong flavours very nicely. If bubbles ain’t your thing, you can go for bottomless wine, cocktails or beers instead. It’s £60 for the boozy brunch and £40 if you go for soft drinks, and with both unlimited food and alcohol you can definitely get your money’s worth.


31-33 Throgmorton St, London EC2N 2AT, UK

If you’re looking for a bottomless brunch with a party then Coya Angel Court is the place for you as the Amazonian-themed brunch combines food, booze and dancing to create one of the liveliest brunches in London. To start you’re invited up to the starter station where you’ll find a huge selection of ceviche, tacos, beef tataki and salads. You’ll also get a generous portion of guac which is made at your table and chips to dip. The main course is your choice of classic Peruvian dishes and we’d recommend saving room for dessert as the buffet is brought out once again with a selection of sweet treats including fresh churros and brownies.

Spirit packages start at £65pp and get you 3 hours unlimited cocktails (espresso martinis, margaritas, bloody marys and pisco sours), or you can get the Perrier Jouet champagne and cocktail package for an extra £10pp. Once brunch is coming to an end and the food is served, the party kicks in with live music and acts every week so come with your dancing shoes on.

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24-32 King William Street, London EC4R 9AT, UK

Farmer J have recently launched their ‘build your own’ bottomless brunch at their new site on King William Street and its exactly what it says on the tin. With a range of mini dishes on offer you can choose between three, five and seven each and ‘build your own brunch tray’. These include brunch classics like shakshuka along with dishes you wouldn’t usually see on a brunch menu, such as charred flank steak with green tahini. Booze-wise you can choose from an hour and a half of free flowing prosecco, harissa Bloody Marys or the fiery house michelada.

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14A Old Compton St, London W1D 4TJ, United Kingdom
Leicester Square Tottenham Court Road

They do bottomless brunch a little differently at Shackfuyu. The menu is packed with Western-inspired Japanese food, so you get dishes like green tea waffles with smoked bacon and black sesame butter, bo ssam beef short rib and their insta-famous kinako french toast with matcha soft serve. You can wash it all down with prosecco but unlimited pineapple sake is the real way to go here. And if you’re feeling particularly naughty, you can even go bottomless on Mondays.

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15 Upper Cheapside Passage One New Change London EC2V 6AG
St Paul's

Move over avo on toast, Vietnamese restaurant chain Pho has launched its first ever bottomless brunch. Putting a Asian twist on brunch, dishes include the brunch rice bowl with grilled pork belly, soft boiled eggs and crunchy veg, and the Vietnamese omelette with sriracha ketchup, Asian herbs and avo. Booze-wise you can choose 1.5 hours of unlimited prosecco, Ca Phe martinis (coffee, condensed milk and vodka), sriracha Bloody Marys or Saigon lager. Pho’s bottomless brunch won’t break the bank either, with a signature dish and bottomless booze for only £25 per person. Tee-totallers can lose the booze and get unlimited coffee and fresh juices for £13pp. The brunch is currently only available at their St Paul’s site and it’s pre-booking only for Saturdays and Sundays, 11am – 3pm. chúc mừng!


18 Charlotte St, London W1T 2LZ, United Kingdom
Goodge Street

If you thought Señor Ceviche was good before, then wait ’til you get a load of their boozy brunch menu…sweet potato waffles with slow-cooked short rib, frijoles negros and a fried duck egg, and corn bread french toast with burnt tomato salsa, avocado and yuzu truffle hollandaise, HELLO. Cough up an extra £18 and enjoy free flowing Pisco Punch, Pisco Marias or Cusqueña beer too.

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71 Aldwych, London WC2B 4HN, United Kingdom

Roka can be pretty spenny but if you head to the Aldwych branch on a weekend and go for their Han Setto brunch you can try a huge selection of dishes without breaking the bank. Designed for sharing, the menu kicks off with a selection of pickles, edamame beans, and a bellini. The brunch continues with eight sharing dishes, brought out in no particular order, including a selection of sashimi, prawn tempura, beef gyoza, and salmon and avocado maki. AND if you think that’s brunch done, then think again as you also get the choice of a main course followed by the HUGE dessert platter which is Instagram heaven. A boat containing everything from a chocolate Buddha to panna cotta, fruit, truffles and a whole lot more. Add in unlimited wine, you know it makes sense.

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46-48 Commercial Street, London E1 6LT, United Kingdom
Aldgate East

Brunch meets booze meets BBQ at HotBox. They do have the obligatory eggs and avo but this place is a meat lover’s paradise so do it properly and feast on ribs, smoked wings, brunch burgers and more. And the barbecue goodness doesn’t stop there; you can get five types of unlimited Bloody Mary including one made with smoke dripping if you don’t feel like going for bubbles.

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DEL 74

129 Kingsland High Street, London E8 2PB, UK
Dalston Kingsland

Del 74’s taco and tequila game is already strong and now it’s got in on the bottomless brunch action at the Dalston site with unlimited Bloody Marys and frozen margaritas. It’s only a short menu but it packs in the flavour alright. Tortilla chips and guac, with A LOT of that amazing green salsa on the side, is the only way should be starting here, and then you can go for more chips with the chilaquiles, where they’re covered in tomato sauce, sour cream, cheese and a fried egg. The enfrijoladas – corn tortillas topped with black bean salsa, cheese, sour cream and an egg – is also a great option, and yes, you should defo add steak to this. There’s also fully retractable windows in this joint so you can enjoy some Kingsland Road sunshine with your margs.


31 Rathbone Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1JH, United Kingdom
Tottenham Court Road


It’s defo more lunch than brunch at LIMA but when the food is this good, who cares? Your six courses include mixed ceviche, beef anticucho, asparagus tempura, hake plancha with seaweed and corn and a whole host of other Peruvian delights, all of which are pretty as a picture. You can make it bottomless (prosecco, beer or pisco Marys) for £49, which is a bit of a steal considering.


5 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YD, United Kingdom
Liverpool Street Liverpool Street Liverpool Street

Located in the centre of Liverpool Street’s Devonshire Square, the Devonshire Club has a new brunch concept that combines British classics with a taste of New York. The hotel and members’ club is high end and has a luxe interior with its own secret garden you can dine from. Their brunch menu offers guests the choice from any two courses for £25pp and three courses for £30pp. Our faves on the menu are the smoked salmon and cream cheese bagel, which comes with a generous portion of salmon, and the grilled steak with egg and the crispiest fat chips. It’s worth saving room for dessert too with a build your own sundae on offer. For just an extra £15pp you can upgrade your brunch to bottomless and choose from free-flowing prosecco, bellinis, Bloody Marys and G&Ts for 2 hours – bargain! Oh and it’s worth mentioning Devonshire Club is pooch friendly, so you can bring your four legged friend to enjoy the brunch too.

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Ember Yard, Berwick Street, London, UK
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Circus

For a free-flowing weekend feast in the heart of Soho, Ember Yard on Berwick Street is the one with four courses and bottomless prosecco, red or white wine. With the menu changing fortnightly there’s no fear of regulars growing tired from their offering. The Cornish mussels with fino sherry and chickpeas is super fresh, amazing to look at and damn tasty and the smoked, slow-cooked Gloucester Old Spot pork is also AMAZE. And after all that prosecco the affogato with dulce de leche is quite the pick me up. £35 a pop served from 12pm through to 8pm every Sunday. Winning.


STAMFORD WORKS, 3 Gillett Street, London, United Kingdom
Dalston Kingsland

Jones & Sons made the move from Arcola Street to a bigger place on Gillet Square last year so now there’s even more space for bottomless brunchers. They offer unlimited food and drink during each two hour sitting, which is about enough time for three plates – they have a range of egg dishes, avo on toast, waffles and french toast – and a whole load of prosecco.


41 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LX, United Kingdom
Covent Garden

Flesh & Buns specialises in Japanese drinking food so you can bet they know how to do a bottomless brunch. You get a choice of sushi and sashimi small plates as well as one flesh, like ribeye steak or crispy duck, per person to go with your buns. They round it off with big sharing desserts, hello s’mores and chocolate fondant, and free flowing vino or prosecco.

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