11 of London’s Best Affordable Bottomless Brunches for Under £39
All you can drink prosecco, mimosas and Bloody Marys? Count us in. Bottomless brunches in London have popped up in restaurants and cafes all over the city in the past few years, and you might be surprised at just how affordable a lot of them are. If you’re looking for a weekend treat during a London break, this is your answer! We’ve rounded up the city’s best cheap bottomless brunches so you can have unlimited boozy fun without even denting the wallet.
In no particular order...
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1 Clerkenwell Grind, Under £25
Grind already has a rep for whipping up some of London’s best coffees, but you may not have heard that the east London Clerkenwell Grind does a seriously tasty bottomless brunch, too. Although there isn’t a menu to go with the bottomless bubbles like at other places, the £13 price tag for unlimited prosecco certainly makes up for it. We also forgive them on the food front, as the brunch-time dishes they serve here are delicious and really affordable. The bigger breakfast dishes range from £8 to around £13, but if you’re not too hungry, the small plates are between £4.50 and £7.50. So altogether you’ll only be set back by under £25! If it's a tasty and affordable bottomless brunch in London you want that's also Insta-goals, this is your place.
2 Belushi’s, £20
189 Greenwich High Rd, London SE10 8JA
Nowhere can beat Belushi’s for the cheapest bottomless brunch in London, and let us tell you, they don’t go stingy on the food front either. For a bargain price of just £20, and for 2 hours each and every Sunday, you can get unlimited mimosas and sensational food options on their special brunch menu (their cinnamon and maple brioche French toast is to die for). Get a group together as along with your boozy brunch you can play beer pong, listen to live music and buy as many 2 for 1 Absolute cocktails as you can handle.
3 Lantana Shoreditch, £30
2, Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, EC1Y 1HQ
One and a half hours of unlimited prosecco or mimosas? Challenge accepted. Perfect for veggies and meat eaters alike, this Australian inspired brunch spot in Shoreditch is a sure hit if you’re after a more classy meal with your unlimited beverages. Choose the corn fritters with chilli jam or the ‘big bubble’ bubble and squeak with your ‘Lantana blowout’ and you’ll be in bottomless brunch heaven.
4 Bourne and Hollingsworth, Under £30
Sip your bottomless bellinis in the midst of an urban greenhouse at Fitzrovia’s British brasserie, Bourne and Hollingsworth. If you’re after somewhere to brunch in style, this is it, serving up one of London’s most Instagrammable bottomless brunches in an even more Instagrammable location - you won’t believe that your food and unlimited bubbles will come in at less than £30! We recommend ordering the bottomless house bellini for £18 along with the Huevos Benedictos for just £9. When they’re as generous with the refills as the staff are here, you know it won’t let you down.
5 YUU Kitchen, £35
29 Commercial Street, E1 6NE
This veggie-freindly pan-Asian spot serves up some of east London's most delicious food. For £35 you get a 10 course meal and a glass of prosecco that never ends! Enjoy your bao buns and bottomless bubbles in true Asian style as you'll probably be sat with some strangers but that's all part of the fun. Alternatively choose to sit at the counter where you can watch the chefs as they rustle up your food and have a chat about their top cooking tips. For endless prosecco plus sticky aubergine and baby-back ribs to die for, head over to YUU Kitchen - it's one of those places you'll recommend to everyone you see!
6 Mommi, £32.50
44-48 Clapham High St, SW4 7UR
Bottomless bubbles, a 3 course feast and awesome DJs? It’s a yes from us. Mommi on Clapham High Street knows how to host a bottomless brunch, keeping your prosecco topped up whilst playing old school tunes, you’ll definitely be in the mood for a dance by the time you’re finished. For £32.50 you’ll get unlimited prosecco along with a starter of spicy popcorn followed by a seriously tasty main and a deliciously sweet pud.
7 Shackfuyu, £39
14A Old Compton St, Soho, W1D 4TJ
Put your next free Monday aside for a bottomless brunch with a Japanese twist. At Shackfuyu, every weekend is a long one as their Monday menu gets a thumbs up from us - a cocktail on arrival, unlimited small dishes, one large dish, their famous French toast with matcha ice cream dessert and it wouldn’t be bottomless brunch without unlimited prosecco. If you’re a fan of Japanese-style cooking, definitely treat yourself to a mouthwatering Monday at Shackfuyu.
8 Megan’s, Under £30
571 King's Rd, Fulham, SW6 2EB
Megan’s is southwest London’s answer to all your bottomless brunch needs. Not only is the food delicious and the infinite drinks affordable, but the actual venue is absolute goals too. The entire ceiling is covered in an Instagrammable arrangement of flowers, giving the ultimate brunch vibe. Here, you can get bottomless Pimm’s, prosecco or Bloody Marys for £18. You’ll have to order the food on top of this, but the shakshouka is out of this world and just £9.50. We recommend you go for this unless your sweet tooth is craving attention, then go for the half-baked cookie dough complete with nutella, pistachio and ice cream.
9 Jones & Sons, £38
2G, Stamford Works, 3 Gillett St, N16 8JH
Nothing beats a good bit of yolk porn to kick off the weekend, and at Jones & Sons you’re guaranteed it. For £38 you can get unlimited prosecco, Buck’s fizz, Bloody Mary or a fun alcoholic twist on a classic iced tea with your yummy runny eggs. The cool interior of this Dalston cafe makes it a firm favourite amongst North London’s locals and is well worth a trip for your weekend treat.
10 Corazon, under £30
29 Poland St, Soho, W1F 8QR
Get 2 hours of Buck’s Fizz, Hibiscus Fizz and Bloody Marys at this Mexican joint in the heart of Soho. Tacos, salsa, guacamole and all the alcohol - there’s no other brunch in London to compare. The Baja Fish tacos are a must-try, and don’t miss the Huevos Rancheros, but all the options on the menu will come out looking Instagram-ready and tasting devine. There’s no inclusive menu like the others, however bottomless drinks will cost you £20, and food options start at £5. Taco-bout a party!
11 The Botanist, £35
Broadgate Circle, EC2M 2QS
Get a little tippled in the day time at the Botanist bottomless brunch. Grab your friends and get a 2 course brunch for £35 with all the fizz, Bloody Marys or wine you could wish for, however for just £5 more you can go all out and upgrade to a fancy 3 course meal… Because who can say no to sticky toffee pudding? You could even, for the same price (!), opt for the Saturday bottomless dinner and drink into the night with some seriously good Italian inspired food.
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Article by Darcy King
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