I love a bottomless brunch, there is something so much about unlimited fizz and good food on an afternoon that brings lots of joy. When in London I’ve been fortunate to visit some good venues for bottomless brunch. I always like to pick places that offer lunch options as well as the traditional brunch selections, plus I only ever recommend places that offer great service and lots of fizz!
Remember to drink plenty of water and order something on the menu which is satisfying to help soak up the booze!
Here are 5 of my bottomless brunches in London recommendations:
Grind has locations across London and we booked in for a last-minute bottomless lunch on a Saturday. We were fortunate to get a table as it was very busy with lots of people enjoying a boozy brunch. I liked it as you could select lunch to eat, I went for a burger which was delicious. For drinks, you add on your bottomless prosecco and they were very generous. It’s a very Instagrammable location and I loved the 1920’s style champagne glasses too.
All-Star Lanes also has locations across London and we visited the Holborn spot. Although it is known for its bowling it also has a large restaurant area for some American style food on the bottomless brunch menu. We had some tasty starters and then for mains went for mac n cheese. On this occasion, they left us a bottle of prosecco on the table and they regularly checked to ensure we weren’t running low. This was the kind of service you expect for an afternoon of bottomless drinks.
The most indulgent of this selection Quaglinos is in St James. We went for a Sunday three course lunch with an add on of free flowing champagne. On a Sunday they have a live jazz band who were amazing and really added to the atmosphere. Although our visit was during restrictions, it was still lots of fun and the food was incredible. You add on your drinks to either 2 or 3 courses. They were flowing with the drinks but did stop pouring when they cleared away our mains to see if we went for dessert. When we did and they gave us a few more glasses.
Hotel Zetter is in Clerkenwell and we have stayed in the hotel a few times when visiting London. On one stay we picked from their weekend brunch menu and the weather was nice enough to sit outside which was lovely. It was nice and relaxed and the food was great, I went for a burger. They were good with keeping us topped up with prosecco too.