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The Top 10 Bottomless Brunches In London
Posted on Sat Jun 10 2017 by shu
From swanky fine dining to madcap cross dressers, we give you the top 10 bottomless brunches in London!
Looking for bottomless brunching in London? Well you’re in luck! After many a weekend spent stuffing themselves with unlimited food, booze and entertainment, our team of professional brunchers has convened and we can safely say that these are the ten finest examples of boozy brunching in all of London! Hiccup. Right, we’re off for a little lie down in a dark room…
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1) Yashin Ocean House
While being on the pricier side at £60 a head, this bottomless brunch is worth the extra cash as it is as close as one can get to a sophisticated health kick while trying to drink as much alcohol as possible in two hours! Yashin Ocean House specialises in clean eating Japanese fare, and along with bottomless champagne or saké, brunchgoers get to sample unlimited sushi, one main course and dessert.
2) Lucky Voice Islington
From start to finish, Lucky Voice Islington’s bottomless brunch is off the wall brilliance. Along with two hours of bottomless bagels, rum punch and Prosecco, guests can look forward to an array of madcap fun led by a professional party host – shenanigans you can expect to take part in include space hopper races, team limbo and giant inflatable air guitar fights, to name a few. Add to that a professional glitter artist and an hour of private room karaoke to round things off, and you’ve got one of the funnest brunches in London for only £35/person!
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3) Ballie Ballerson
Calling all big kids, here’s something that’ll be right up your street – how do you like the sound of partying in a ball pit of over 250,000 light up balls? Enter Ballie Ballerson’s Glowy McGlow bottomless brunch where you can look forward to an hour of booze and fun in the ball pit before you fuel up with unlimited pizza, all for £40. If this is what adulting looks like, sign us up!
4) Duo London
Pancakes and Prosecco. We’ll repeat that – PANCAKES AND PROSECCO. For two hours you can scoff down as many sweet or savoury pancakes as humanly possible with unlimited bubbles to wash it all down. And if you can still move after 93 chocolate pancakes, there’s a resident brunch DJ – how’s that for a line on your CV! – that’ll be spinning tracks afterwards to shake a tail-feather to.
5) Piano Works
If you’re still reeling from A Star Is Born, you’re going to love Piano Works’s boozy brunch. There’s non-stop live music, an extensive food menu and bottomless Bloody Marys or Prosecco (bottomless brunch prices range from £35-50) before you head to the dance floor to work it all off. If only Bradley Cooper could be there too…
If you’re after a truly insane bottomless brunching experience, look no further. Hosted by (in)famous drag queen Ginger, expect to be entertained by her team of drag queen pals in outrageous quiz show games and comedy skits while chowing down on a three course meal accompanied by either bottomless espresso martinis, Prosecco or Bucks Fizz.
7) ROKA Aldwych
While it’s on the pricier side (£59/person), this bottomless brunch at ROKA is a truly hedonistic feasting experience. Instead of the usual cheap fizz or cocktail pitchers, diners get bottomless red or white wine for two hours to accompany an epic exploration of Japanese cooking through 10 sharing plates, a main meal and decadent dessert platter. Expect to leave fully stuffed!
8) Big Easy
While the drinks aren’t bottomless at Big Easy’s boozy brunch, the meat is! Serving up mouth-watering cuts of incredible pork, chicken and ribs, the Big Pig Gig limitless Bar.B.Q is a meat lover’s dream. Alternatively, if you’re feeling classy, opt for the half a lobster instead. Both brunch options come with a choice of either a bottle of Prosecco or house wine, or a four pint pitcher of Big Easy Brew or Frozen Mojito Slushie. Make sure to bring a wheelbarrow to cart yourself home afterwards!
9) Honest Burger
For bottomless brunching on a budget, Honest Burger’s offering is pretty hard to ignore at £25/head, though that is only for 90 minutes of bottomless beer, Prosecco, Bloody Mary or Bucks Fizz instead of the usual two hours. The brunch options are also somewhat limited at four, though the cheeseburger toastie (pictured above) is absolutely incredible!
Look at that brunch pizza! Radici doesn’t offer a huge amount in the way of atmosphere, but there isn’t anywhere else in London doing a brunching pizza that looks as downright gorgeous as the above bad boy – definitely one for the Gram. It feeds two at a cost of £11.50 each, with two hours of bottomless Prosecco available for an additional £15/person. Magnifico!