Mia L Middleton lists her favourite picks for the best Bottomless Brunch in London, two of which include a bottomless prosecco brunch.
Here are my top bottomless brunches to cover any occasion. My selection took into account the selection of drink choice (and length), food quality and atmosphere. All are a must try. I’ve always had an amazing time at each these brunches!
Located on 16 Bury Street, Q brunch is my favourite bottomless brunch in St James’. It has an RnB DJ while you eat to ensure a great lively vibe. Why not turn it into a bottomless Prosecco brunch? This £23 charge will ensure that your glass is always topped up throughout the duration for your meal. That being said, even after we had finished, we were told to sit at the bar and we had a few hours extra for free!
You could either enjoy three courses for £29 or two courses for £25. I would recommend their oysters to start, but with so many food choices the best advice would be to just dig in. At the end of the meal, the waiter sent over a slice of cheesecake and sang on my birthday which was a lovely touch.
Also, everyone gets up and dances at tables which creates a great and fun atmosphere. Another plus point of this establishment, earning its spot in my Best Bottomless Brunch in London list is the extremely friendly and helpful waiting staff. Q brunch is the perfect spot to get you ready for a day out drinking or to celebrate a special occasion.
Where to go after? Madison is always great for day drinking with stunning views of London and great music.
For a classy bottomless brunch on London’s South Bank, I would suggest Sea Containers. With an amazing food selection, which was overly yummy, this beautiful establishment offers a wide range of drink options as well as a bottomless brunch including bloody Mary’s and Prosecco for £18.
Here, you can choose your food separately so you can order as much or little as you like. Sea Containers offers lots of choices. I would recommend the bacon & cheese hash which was oh so delicious!
Although there is music on, it’s usually not very loud and rather adds background music than ‘creating a vibe’. It also boasts exceptionally beautiful views of London’s South Bank.
The waiting staff is exceptionally accommodating and here too we were served drinks after our time was up. Sea containers is perfect for birthdays or special occasions.
Where to go after? Upstairs to the hotel roof bar 12th Knot, formally called the Rumpus Room, for a great selection of cocktails with an even better view.
This brunch was truly delicious! Last, but most certainly not least, on my best Bottomless Brunch in London list is the Big Easy on Kings Road in Chelsea. Not a huge selection, but if you love BBQ ribs, chicken and chips then this is the spot for you. Here, they offer unlimited food and one bottle of Prosecco or wine per person for £29.50.
They do have lobster and other drink options such as a jug of brew or cocktails but these are not bottomless. It’s a very relaxed atmosphere and is great for an adult family boozy brunch.
Where to go after? Bluebird Chelsea is only a few doors down and is a great place for cocktails in the sunshine.