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The end of lockdown is apparently mere months away, so we are allowing ourselves to become excited about things again. One such thing is the prospect of going for a bottomless brunch in London. And if that makes us basic, so be it. Otherwise, let's discuss the best bottomless brunches in London.


A bottomless brunch at the award-winning Japanese restaurant ROKA is referred to as a han setto brunch. Expect ten dishes – including sushi, gyoza and edamame – to start, a single dish of your choice from the robata grill (the Japanese cuisine ROKA is principally known for) and an entire dessert platter. The booze – predictably – flows freely too, but only if you want it to.


£59pp with red, white & rose wine throughout your meal and a bellini on arrival

4 Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Square, E14 5FW

71 Aldwych, WC2B 4HN



Based in Bankside, we recommend OXBO for 90 minutes of inebriated gluttony. With four courses straddling the breakfast and lunch boundary, you might want to forgo dinner once this is over. The hardest part, however, occurs at the open kitchen – how are we supposed to choose between eggs royale and pancakes?


£49pp with unlimited prosecco and red & white wine

2-8 Great Suffolk Street, SE1 0UG


Located at the South Place Hotel, South Place Chop House is an excellent destination for those who wish to consume both breakfast, lunch and dessert items in one sitting. The eggs are Burford Brown and the fish finger sandwich is a Posh Fish Finger Sandwich, which obviously impresses us – and maybe you too.

£22.50pp for two courses

£27.50pp for three courses

£15 for bottomless bubbles, bellinis and mimosas when you order two or more courses

3 South Place, EC2M 2AF


While it's not technically bottomless, the weekend brunch at Hakkasan starts with an aperitif cocktail (we tend to choose the Lychee Martini) and – whatever drinks are selected from that point – ends in contentment. Anticipate a crispy duck salad with pomelo, pine nuts and shallots, seven variations of dim sum, a – prawn or beef – main, the necessary sides and the infamous Jivara bomb for dessert. There is, of course, also a vegetarian option.

£50pp with an aperitif cocktail

£55pp with an aperitif cocktail, half a bottle of wine and a digestif cocktail

£62pp with an aperitif cocktail, half a bottle of champagne and a digestif cocktail

8 Hanway Place, W1T 1HD


The weekend brunch at Bad Egg promises two hours of bottomless fun – and it’s more than good. There’s acai and avocado options if you’re trying to be healthy, and a range of others if you’re not.

£35pp for two courses with two hours of Prosecco, Mimosa and Bloody Mary

£23.50pp for two courses with two hours of unlimited soft drinks

1 Ropemaker Street, EC2Y 9AW


As if being at The Standard wasn’t pleasurable enough, Sundays at Double Standard feature an option whereby prosecco and Bloody Mary become bottomless. Now you only have to decide what to order for food.

£20pp for unlimited Bloody Mary and Prosecco

10 Argyle Street, WC1H 8EG


Like booze and buns? Then the Sunday bottomless brunch at Flesh & Buns is evidently the one for you – deciding what flesh to get in your bun is never not difficult, though.

£39pp for three small dishes and two buns with unlimited Prosecco, red wine, white wine or lager

41 Earlham St, WC2H 9LX

32 Berners Street, W1T 3LR


Most people in Peckham like Mr Bao – eat there and you’ll understand why. Their brunch menu offers a Taiwanese twist on the classics – think a full Taiwanese breakfast and bao benedict – and bottomless cocktails, so that’s also understandably popular.

£18pp for one hour of bottomless cocktails

293 Rye Lane, SE15 4UA

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