The best thing the morning after an epic night out is one hell of brunch and getting right back on it, with a stiff bloody Mary, a few cheeky mimosas or just plenty of glorious champagne.
We have picked out the top unlimited champagne brunch London has, with fabulous food and unlimited booze to ease you back into your weekend. Well don’t say we don’t spoil you with all the best things!
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Bad Egg – The Boozy Brunch
Neil Rankin’s City diner does a fierce brunch with your choice of three plates and as much cava as you neck in two hours. Dishes include breakfast tacos (that’s scrambled eggs, chipotle and salsa), cheeseburger sliders and ndjula cheese and fried egg fries – boom!
The Boozy Brunch @ Bad Egg costs £32.50
Dirty Bones – Prosecco Brunch
Wave good-bye to your hangover with a comfort food feast from Dirty Bones Soho. The new site features Benedict Burger, Steak & Eggs (30 day age flat iron steak, chargrilled and served with two free range fried eggs and Dirty Bones smoked ketchup); or Short rib & cheese toastie. And for an extra £15 top up with unlimited Prosecco.
The swanky restaurant that is famous for using Kate Moss’s breasts as a mould for their champagne glasses knows how to through a sophisticated spread. Feast on steak and eggs and beef hash, as you enjoy unlimited champagne from ‘Those’ glasses.
Asia de Cuba – Chino Latino Champagne Brunch
Knock back as much Perrier-Jouët as you fancy whilst feasting on black bean with hummus, Cuban benedict with BBQ pulled pork or Cuban toast, a crispy sweet brioche, rolled in coconut and almonds. As well as the booze, enjoy unlimited Mexican Doughnuts with a choice of caramel or Thai chili-chocolate dips – yes please!
£70 per person with unlimited Perrier-Jouët
Aqua Kyoto – Infinity Brunch
Feast on an incredible spread of sushi rolls, nigiri, yakitori, noodles and vibrant salads, with unlimited Verve Clicquot for two hours. Chill on the terrace and enjoy the views of the city and make sure you leave room for their delicious home made green tea and yuzu ice creams.
Infinity Brunch at Aqua £55
Avenue – Saturday Brunch
Take a stroll through St. James Park and build up an appetite for an all American brunch. Tuck into delicious waffles with maple syrup and streaky bacon and crunchy house granola, with unlimited processo or spicy Bloody Mary’s.
Saturday Brunch at Avenue from £30
One Canada Square – Bottomless Brunch
Take a seat and enjoy a fabulous all day brunch of eggs royale and smoked salmon with charred cucumber and ash mayonnaise and knock back unlimited raspberry bellinis, whilst the pianist plays classics with a contemporary twist.
Bottomless Brunch at One Canada Square from £35
Coya – Sunday Brunch
Wake up to a Peruvian banquet of sweet corn fritters, smoked chilli pulled pork and Peruvian potatoes with a poached egg. Get your groove on with the live band and enjoy unlimited champagne and a naughty dessert selection.
Sunday Brunch at Coya £55
Flesh and Buns – Boozy Brunch
Make the most of your weekend with this epic brunch. Kick off with a raspberry E-mule and enjoy endless hot and cold small dishes, including beef tataki, susuhi rolls, Korean wings and fried squid. Move onto a signature bun with your choice of filing and all the processo you can manage.
Boozy Sunday Brunch at Flesh and Buns £29
Mews of Mayfair – Roast and Toast
Dust off the cobwebs with a decadent selection of eggs benedict, wild mushroom brioche and smoked salmon mac cheese and enjoy unlimited mimosas and peppery bloody Mary’s.
Roast and Toast at Mews of Mayfair from £35