Getting together with the ladies? Absolutely London has selected the best restaurants for a girls’ brunch, from boozy bottomless feasts to gorgeous rooftop eateries
By Abbie Schofield
Stylish Belgravia restaurant Liv has launched ‘London’s booziest brunch’, allowing diners to order any alcoholic drinks on the menu on shuffle during their 1.5 hour sitting, all for £18 per person. From rosé to Aperol spritz, Liv is the perfect place to get merry with the ladies, not forgetting the fabulous à la carte brunch dishes like the Persian eggs and king prawn omelette and the classic avo toast.
Rapper Nas’ restaurant Sweet Chick is known for its gourmet fried chicken and waffles, but the all-American eatery has just launched a bottomless brunch. On the menu are cornbread biscuits, eggs benedict, ricotta pancakes, southern-style veggie BBQ hash and fried chicken, all served family-style. A two or three course set menu is £20-£25 and free-flowing booze is an extra £25, with unlimited mimosas, bloody Marys, bubbles and more on offer.
The gorgeous Seabird restaurant (main image) at the Hoxton hotel is perfect for a girls’ brunch thanks to its Instagrammable rooftop location and delicious food and drink offering. Their weekend brunch menu includes Spanish-inspired plates like the Iberico pork sandwich, the crab and manchego omelette and tortilla, spiced aubergine and basque stew.
W/A at 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel London has launched a bottomless brunch for £30 per person plus an extra £15 for bottomless bubbles. The elegant restaurant is the place to go for a classy affair (although after bottomless bubbles it could be a different story). W/A’s new menu includes twists on brunch classics like a muffin topped with crab and a soft poached egg and pork belly with fennel purée, radishes and potato cake.
14 Hills has launched a new ‘Sax and the City’ brunch available every weekend. Overlooking London’s skyline, the picturesque botanical-themed restaurant will have a live DJ and saxophonist there to liven things up whilst guests munch on the likes of fried free-range duck egg with hash potato, confit duck leg and mustard dressing and winter black truffle scrambled egg on toasted brioche. To carry on the party, you and the girls can sip cocktails at the stylish sky bar whilst a resident DJ plays until late.
New hotspot hotel Treehouse London’s restaurant Madera has launched a Cali-Mexican inspired weekend brunch featuring breakfast enchiladas, margaritas and a vegan churros trolley. Plus, on 7 March and 4 April the stunning rooftop will host their buzzing ‘brunch parties’ with live music and dance performers for an unforgettable start to the weekend.
Golden Square restaurant and bar Folie has a new brunch menu, bringing a taste of the Riviera to sleepy Londoners. Available on both weekends and weekdays, dishes include scrambled eggs with sea urchin and French toast with salted caramel. There’s also granola with coconut yogurt, a selection of buttery pastries and Folie french toast with salted caramel accompanied by vanilla ice cream – yum!
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