Londoners looking for a brunch with a bit of a kick should head on over to Ella Canta on Park Lane where top chef Martha Ortiz has created a menu that takes you on a taste tour of Mexico. And if the dishes here don't seal the deal, then knowing you'll get bottomless margaritas or sparkling wine* to pep up your brunch plans surely will.
London restarants serve up countless bottomless brunches every weekend, but some of those stand out more than others. Santo Remedio's bottomless Mexican brunch is one of them.
Want a little more than Prosecco from your bottomless bunch? We've picked out some of the best brunches in London where the bottomless option is a little more unique.
Now we know there are plenty of fun police out there who hate the idea of gimmicks. But we are not among them and, frankly, this latest conceit at Burger & Lobster sounds like an absolute hoot.
The Soho branch of the restaurant group has teamed up with Taittinger to launch the Champagne Train - where flutes of champagne are served by a train rolling down a 9m model railway track on the bar itself.
It's their version of the bottomless brunch. So
Tom Oldroyd's Dalston pub is well known for its excellent crab and chip butty - but they're about to raise their game further. They're starting a weekend brunch and as part of that, a new epic chip butty is going on the menu. It's made of a 6oz pork sausage patty, chips, gravy, American cheese & chopped buttered eggs (£11) and you can see the mighty construction above.
Londoners do love an all-you-can-eat brunch and the new sushi one at Kaia at The Ned is a doozy.
When it comes to good causes, then Magic Breakfast is right up there. If you haven't heard of the charity before, then the premise is simple (albeit pretty depressing that the need for it exists). They raise money to provide healthy breakfasts to children who arrive at school too hungry to learn.
Over the years they've run a series of fun charity breakfast events, but this year they're stepping things up with the launch of the first ever Magic Brunch. This
Back when it opened in June, Dan Doherty's Marylebone pub The Royal Oak kicked off with a tiny menu, while the chef and his team went about putting useful things like a proper kitchen in. Now, almost three months down the line they're about to kick things off.
This week sees them launch a proper a-la-carte menu as well as Saturday brunch and Sunday lunch and, well, we thought you might like to take a look at what's on offer.
A trio of top mixologists are behind a new cocktail bar and restaurant opening in the heart of Crouch End. And yes, there'll be a boozy weekend brunch.
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Whatever your brunch preference, be it bottomless and boozy or smoothie-bowl-themed, there's no denying that London is home to some seriously good, tremendously varied breakfasts. In fact, the biggest problem is finding the energy to get out of bed and go and try them all.
Now, the good news is you'll be able to sample a big range of brunches all in one go at London's first brunch festival, hosted at the
With restaurants in all the key globetrotting hotspots - NYC, Miami, Dubai etc - a London branch was way overdue for this upscale international chain.
Having built up a loyal following in Balham for their combo of top brunches, Brother Marcus are hoping that formula together with a new menu of Mediterranean small plates and cocktails does equally well in North London.
If you're after a bottomless brunch, vegemite doughnuts or simply a glass or two from the biggest Aussie wine list in London, you'll have come to the right place when Scarlett Green opens up in Soho.
Tucked in off Bishopsgate the Devonshire Club's new chef is bringing a fresh seasonal menu to the table while opening the doors at weekends to non members.
Three times Time Out neighbourhood cafe winner Beam is coming to Blackstock Road with its quality weekend brunches and a dedicated evening menu.
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