Free-flowing booze alongside your food? Few people would complain. The concept of bottomless brunch is a popular one – and sometimes the venues offer endless breakfast or lunch dishes as well.

Whether you’re a Prosecco person or prefer Bloody Marys and Mimosas, brunch cocktails get everyone in the spirit of things and a lot of fun is to be had in the 90-minute (usually) period. Never has it been so socially acceptable to day drink – we have brunch to thank for that.

With more and more restaurants offering bottomless brunch menus, it can be overwhelming to find the right one – or one in the area of London you require. So we’ve tried and tested a variety so you can make the most informed decision possible.

Best bottomless brunches in London

Bunga Bunga

Often referred to as the home of bottomless brunch, this immersive dining experience provides dinner and a show.

With metre-long pizzas and Aperol Spritzes that keep on coming, if this doesn’t put a permanent smile on your face, the boylesque, circus and cabaret that comes as part of the weekly Buff Brunch most certainly will.

£52 pp;


Swingers’ crazy golf bottomless brunch is the latest boozy offering to hit London – featuring bottomless tequila cocktails, crazy golf and street food. Head to the West End location for its new ‘Sunday Set’ which includes 90 minutes of unlimited drinks, a reserved area, a round of crazy golf and epic street food – all for £49 per person.

Say goodbye to the standard eggs benedict and mimosas and feast upon some of London’s most fabulous street food: burgers from Patty&Bun, margaritas and more from Pizza Pilgrims, tacos not just for Tuesday from Breddos and sweet treats from Crosstown Doughnuts. Tequila cocktails will ensure all that good food will get washed down nicely, while the party is sure to get started with tunes from Swingers’ resident DJ. The only consequence? The struggle to work the next day.

£49 pp,

Oxbo at Hilton Bankside

This place might as well be offering bottomless food as well as guests are able to help themselves to the Chef’s Traders Table to start with, before choosing made-to-order eggs, an omelette, pancakes or waffles to enjoy while they wait for their mains.

If you’ve still got room, get ready to devour dishes such as lamb shoulder, hake fillets and spiced vegetable roulade (to share for the table) before heading back to the Traders Table to secure a plate loaded with desserts. Wash all four courses down with unlimited bubbles and then pass out.

£55 pp;

Crazy Pizza

The ultimate indulgence, this Crazy Brunch is like no other. Perfect if you’re celebrating a special occasion, on a hen do – or simply want to splurge a little bit. One option is to enjoy bottomless prosecco and cocktails for £95 – or guests can upgrade to drinking Veuve Cliquot for an extra £25.


Start with a range of dishes including focaccia, mozzarella, fried squid and courgettes and some salads, before moving onto the main event: pizza. Choose from the iconic Tartufo (usually priced at £48 a la carte), margherita, spicy salami or three-cheese. Just save some space for dessert as tiramisù is on the menu.

From £95 pp;


As if more adrenaline needed to be injected into a bottomless brunch, Hijingo is the multi-sensory bingo experience that combines live entertainment with bottomless bubbles and cocktails.

Enjoy two hours of bingo on steroids, while munching happily on a brunch main dish of your choice and bottomless Prosecco and beer. The short rib Benedict and Miso Salted Caramel Chicken & Waffles are both pretty special – though not as special as winning on of the three prizes up for grabs on the day.

£45 pp;


This Shoreditch Izakaya offers brunch for £35 – with the option to make things bottomless for an extra £25. With food and drink including a complimentary welcome drink and snack upon arrival, followed by a vast selection of seriously good sushi for the table, as well as pork belly skewers and hirata buns, Japanese fried chicken (karaage) and, I’m going to call it, the best miso glazed aubergine you’ll ever eat.

If you’re going for free-flowing booze, choose between bubbles or the restaurant’s signature cocktails: a Coffee Cobbler, the refreshingly moreish and deceptive Summer Cup (we’re excited to see winter’s alternative) and a twist on a Bloody Mary.


La Bodega Negra

Everyone’s favourite Mexican spot has launched a drag brunch, led by a bearded bombshell named Cazeleon – with tunes taken care of by in-hose DJ Reuben.


Choose from either classic, spicy or hibiscus margaritas, beer or prosecco and enjoy feasting on guacamole and tortilla chips, sea bass ceviche, a Mayan-style poke bowl (with chicken or avocado) and pork al pastor with pineapple pico de gallo. Taco time is sacred here and options include fish, chicken and mushroom.

From £65 pp,


Bottomless brunch at Cabana involves two courses and a choice of bottomless prosecco, spritz cocktails or bloody marys.

Enjoy a selection of starters, including blistered padron peppers, corn ribs, guacamole and cinnamon sugar churros, brought to the table to share. For mains, there’s a choice of churros French toast, a breakfast burger, açai bowl, fried chicken and cornbread, avocado cornbread toast and breakfast tacos.

From £45 pp;

West 4th

Okay, so fine, this one isn’t bottomless. But anywhere serving up steaming bowls of poutine deserved a mention. Don’t believe me? Go check West 4th out for yourself.

I’m personally not a pancakes or waffles kinda girl (particularly sweet) so I was frothing at the mouth reading the words ‘breakfast poutine’. Featuring a poached egg, those beautifully fried potatoes are topped with cheese curds, spinach, mushrooms and homemade brown butter (froth, froth) and hollandaise, with the option to add – breathe – maple bacon lardons.

There’s tons of other things on the menu to choose from and a decent cocktail list to work through, bottomless or not.


Always looking for exciting opportunities to travel, eat fabulous food, and enjoy the fashionable-side of life, Amira writes with passion, enthusiasm and genuine interest.

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