If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy brunch in London, there are plenty of places where you can get bottomless drinks – and eat – for the whole day.
From Dalston warehouses bringing endless pancakes to sleek Soho rooftop bars, we’ve pulled together some of our favourite bottomless brekkies in town.
- Near & Far Camden
Near & Far Camden has the perfect brunch menu, with everything from savory dishes to sweet options. Their rooftop terrace is also a great place to catch some sun.
The venue is also offering a Blow + Brunch on the second and last Saturdays, where you can have your hair done before indulging in breakfast.
It includes a hair styling service and breakfast plus bottomless Margaritas, Bloody Marys, and Aperol Spritz for two hours!
- Restaurant Ours
There are lots of things to do in Bermondsey like eating delicious food.
Ours is a gorgeous venue that takes advantage of its glistening surroundings to create an Insta-worthy space.
The place is designed to make you feel special, with a huge living wall and a pair of ten-foot olive trees, all lit up with fairy lights.
The menu is simple but stand-out – an internationally inspired sharing menu that focuses on fresh ingredients and flavour, accompanied by eclectic cocktails and a selection of carefully selected wines.
The bar offers a bottomless brunch on weekends, served between 12 pm and 5.30 pm with Prosecco or Perrier-Jouet champagne.
The gin-inspired Wild Clover and Libation in Exile, which blends rum with rhubarb, marjoram, ginger, and raspberries, are a few of the cocktail options. The restaurant also serves a range of traditional cocktails.
Situated on Bermondsey Street, this restaurant is a great choice for traditional English grub and a generous bottomless brunch.
It’s a perfect spot for a group of friends to enjoy a meal and a few cocktails together.
- Punk Pasta
If you’re looking for a bottomless brunch in London, then Punk Pasta is the place to go.
Located in the former underground car park of Bermondsey, this restaurant and bar boast an excellent breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu and a plethora of DJs.
- M Canary Wharf
Aside from its proximity to London Bridge and Bermondsey, Canary Wharf is a highly accessible area that offers a wealth of options for foodies and tourists alike.
It’s home to many of the city’s top financial institutions, and with Jubilee line Underground connections (which also take you into Central London), it’s a great place to get stuck into London’s thriving dining scene.
M’s third site is a Rene Decker-designed venue inspired by vintage Riva Yachts and encased in 360-degree floor-to-ceiling glass.
Its 10,000 square foot space houses a destination bar, 180-cover dining room, two private dining rooms, a wine tasting room, and a dedicated cafe called La Petite M Cafe.