From bottomless beer and buttermilk pancakes at Camden Town Brewery to a Saturday of Sushi and Jazz music at Chino Latino; the city has a wealth of options to get your weekend off to a flying start. Here’s our pick of best bottomless brunches in London
Words Miriam Carey
Breakfast with a Twist: Our favourite bottomless brunches in London
One Hell of a Brunch: Camden Town Brewery
The home of Camden Hells, Camden Town Brewery, knows how to throw one hell of a bottomless brunch. The monthly event is held in their Enfield Brewery, the leading north London brewery, and the next event falls on the 28th April. Guests will tuck into buttermilk pancakes, skillet baked eggs, bottomless croissants and sourdough toast, and bottomless coffee, tea, juice, and beer. Following the affair, brewery tours are available – and the event is family-friendly with entertainment on board for youngsters.
Forager’s Feast: Dokke
Riverside Dokke, located in St Katharine Docks, is your answer to one of the most beautiful bottomless brunches in London. The venue is owned by luxury private island specialist Neil Wager who has 27 years of experience cooking in the world’s best hotels and restaurants, from London to the Seychelles and Cambodia. The restaurant cuisine is Asian-fusion and their dishes, from crispy potato with kimchi and black pudding to cloud egg with crispy kale, avocado and chorizo, come finely decorated in foraged flowers and served with a side of unlimited prosecco and bloody Mary, of course.
For a Sushi Showdown: Chino Latino
Welcome in the sunny days of spring at Chino Latino’s pan-Asian bottomless brunch spot on London’s Albert Embankment. Choose the imperial deal and enjoy bottomless sushi starters with unlimited prosecco and spicy ‘chino’ Marys, followed by sirloin steak on hot rocks with soy and mirin or black cod with spicy miso. The backdrop to this soothing Saturday will be soulful jazz music and views of The River Thames and The Houses of Parliament.
The Pizza Party: Bunga Bunga
Every Saturday Bunga Bunga hosts the party brunch to rival all bottomless brunches in London. Unlimited bellinis and prosecco are the order of the day, guests can help themselves to carafes of prosecco or get involved mixing their own bellini cocktails. Be sure to try the red berry-based Rossini and the Bunga Mimosa made with fresh grapefruit and pomegranate juice – but be sure to line your stomachs with lots of pizza beforehand.
A Brunch to Taco’bout: Benito’s
For one of the quirkiest bottomless brunches in London why not head down to Benito’s this weekend for your fill of tacos, Bloody Marias and Margaritas with your madre or amigos. The Mexicana is a tasty taco made for mornings, filled with scrambled eggs, onion and chorizo. For a meaty twist opt for cowboy – the grilled steak, refried beans and scrambled egg taco. Cheese-lovers, opt for pork and beans. This tasty Mexican morsel is brimming with pulled pork, refried beans and Monterey Jack cheese.
Cover images: Chino Latino, chinolatino.eu