With the current winter spell going through London, a nice hearty brunch on the weekend after a well-deserved good night’s rest is necessary to keep our stomachs warm and happy. Think eggs benedict with extra bacon and a side of avocado toast, or even the classic English fry-up. Brunch is not only about the classics, it has to be accompanied by a fair share of mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and prosecco. Which is why these unlimited prosecco brunch spots are perfect for your upcoming weekend. Who doesn’t want their weight’s worth in bubbly?
1. Saturday Q Brunch at Quaglino’s
16 Bury St, St. James’s, SW1Y 6AJ
Available only on Saturday’s from 11.30am to 2.30pm, Quaglino’s is the restaurant to go to if you want to impress or celebrate a special occasion. Its eclectic décor and atmosphere is a contrast to your everyday hipster café. Their menu consists of traditional breakfast items: eggs (poached or scrambled) served with sourdough bread and supplemented with either avocado or smoked salmon and English muffins with poached eggs served with hollandaise sauce and some starters and mains for anyone who feels like their brunch is crossing more into the lunch territory. Although we’re mainly up for the bubbly, Quaglino’s brunch is also available without the bottomless prosecco. For three courses, it’ll cost you £29. With the unlimited prosecco brunch however, add an additional £20.
14A Old Compton St, Soho, W1D 4TJ
If you’re not one for the traditional English fry-up and want to try something a little different, head down to Shackfuyu, part of the Bone Daddies brand. In contrast to Quaglino’s fancy atmosphere, Shackfuyu reps a casual atmosphere and is a perfect place to enjoy an afternoon out. The brunch menu is a fusion of Japanese and contemporary culture. For £39 per person, you can enjoy unlimited tasting dishes, a main meal per person, dessert for the table and of course the free flow of prosecco. Despite most restaurants serving brunch on the weekends, Shackfuyu’s brunch menu operates on Sunday’s from 12pm to 9pm and on Monday from 12pm to 6pm, subject to availability.
110 Stoke Newington High St, London N16 7NY
WOLF’s menu is known for celebrating the authenticity of Italian food. Their motto is to always use the finest local and specialty Italian ingredients with the chefs creating both seasonal and regional dishes from different parts of Italy. Despite their focus on Italian cuisine, WOLF has something for everyone in their brunch menu so you will still be able to get your fair share of avocado toast, eggs and baked beans. They also serve mains from 1pm if you’re looking to have a heartier meal. Brunch is available on weekends from 12pm to 2pm, and unlimited cocktails are an additional £18.
3 South Pl, London EC2M 2AF
If you’re looking for comfort food, South Place Chop House is where you should be on the weekends. The menu focuses on seasonality, responsibly sourced meats and freshly caught fish, all modernised with contemporary flavours. It is a perfect place to socialise and relax on the weekends, tucking into good old steak and eggs. Although they do have their fair share of meats to cater to the everyday carnivore, their brunch menu does include a range of organic and healthy options such as the bircher muesli and the superfood salad. Bottomless bubbly is available for £15 to complete your brunch if you dine with more than two courses. However, South Place Chop House only offers brunch on Saturdays from 12pm to 5pm.
5. Galley London
105-106 Upper Street, London N1 1QN
Just by looking at their Instagram you know that the Galley has aesthetics covered in their book. This Islington bistro would make an Instagrammer’s weekend with its classic marble tables and minimalistic dinnerware. Brunch here isn’t just a weekend affair, but it starts from Thursdays all through to Sundays. Their menu is a succinct one but they do cover all the food bases; doing classic English breakfasts to waffles. Their brunch deal goes for £26 and it consists of one main dish and unlimited prosecco, mimosas or Bloody Marys.
Sheldon Square, Paddington W2 6DS
Located on the barge, Darcie & May Green is a unique choice for a brunch spot. It allows you to feel like you’ve taken a trip somewhere, especially since brunch is on a barge! Weekends are for pretending after all. This out of the ordinary brunch spot is great for those with dietary restrictions as well as those with gluten free or vegan diets because their menu offers a range of brunch food catered specifically to those with said restrictions. In addition, the menu encompasses clean-eats which means we don’t have to feel guilty eating more than we should and ordering unlimited prosecco! The bottomless brunch deal costs £39.50 per person and includes bottomless prosecco and mimosas, a dish from each brunch section. It’s served Mondays to Fridays until 3pm which means everyone can get some great brunch deals during the weekdays if they’re feeling it, and on weekends until 4pm at Portman Village, Little Venice, Nova Victoria and Grand Union Canal.
46-48 Commercial St, London E1 6LT
This place is definitely an indication that guys should go out for brunch with their friends more often! Hotbox at Whitechapel serves an array of meat options if anyone’s not feeling the quintessential avocado on toast. The menu showcases a myriad of meat dishes: from tacos to slow-roasted grub but it also features your regular brunch options with their own meat twists. You can also have unlimited prosecco brunch for lunch since they offer up their brunch menu from Tuesdays to Sundays (11.30am to 2pm, to 3pm on Sundays). For £25, it comes with unlimited prosecco, mimosas and a selection of Bloody Mary’s for you to enjoy for two hours, one at a time.
8. The Exhibit
12 Balham Station Road, SW12 9SG
Another unconventional brunch space to visit would be The Exhibit. Labeled ‘the youth club for adults’ they are both an independent bar and event space that includes private dining rooms, bars and even a boutique cinema that anyone can book. An event team is on hand to help anyone plan their celebrations. Their unlimited prosecco brunch menu is a combination of all things sinful like their Treacle and Stout cured bacon sandwich and their ‘Hog it All’ beef burger. For one and a half hours and for only £20, you can have bottomless brunch and your fair share of fizzles!
9. Bunga Bunga
37 Battersea Bridge Rd, London SW11 3BA
If you’re one for big family feasts, why not go to Bunga Bunga and have a big family unlimited prosecco brunch? On Saturdays from 11.15am , they host a ‘Party Brunch’ and for two hours, you get to d-i-y your own bellinis and enjoy a three-course lunch. In addition, the venue has live entertainment, a prepped stage and crowd sourced karaoke – something for both young and old to enjoy. For a more relaxed ‘catch-up-with-the-family’ type atmosphere, Sundays here would be perfect. The ‘La Famiglia’ brunch menu brings you an authentic Italian style feast, with two hours of bellinis if you add another £19.50.
10. Jaz and Jul’s
1 Chapel Market, London N1 9EZ
Finally, what better way to end all the savoury brunch options with a bottomless chocolate brunch for all those with a sweet tooth! Every weekend, Jaz and Jul’s offer a bottomless brunch where you can choose a starter and a main from their brunch menu, and accompany it with drinks! Although they say prosecco is an optional choice, that’s what we want to go for. For unlimited prosecco and hot drinks it’ll be £20, prosecco, hot drinks and breakfast cocktails go for £35. The deals come with a starter and main and it’s only catered for the whole table.
With endless options for unlimited prosecco brunch and cocktails, there’s no reason why you should spend your weekends cooped up under the covers. Bundle up warm and make your way to one of these ten places. You might arrive at brunch cold, but the unlimited bubbly will definitely warm you right back up again!
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