The City of London’s best bottomless brunches are where it’s at. Fast becoming a British institution, brunch is a delicious and fun way to start the weekend off.
Whether it’s simply all your favourite breakfast staples, like French toast or muesli, or something a little off-piste, like oysters, burgers or perhaps even a curry, the Square Mile has a whole array of brunches for all tastes and appetites. Plus, most of them invite you to go bottomless with cocktails or glasses of fizz!
We’ve searched the City to find the best bottomless brunches, and boy they’re boozy! Get ready to pile your plate high with the City of London’s best bottomless brunches.
Do you enjoy pizza and beer? Do you enjoy ridiculous amounts of pizza and beer? When it comes to doing things with a no holds barred attitude, Pizza Pilgrims definitely bring their A-game.
Not too far from Liverpool Street, this pizza sliced shaped pizzeria (yes, really) offers an ‘Infinity Pizza and Beyond’ where for £37.50 you can enjoy as much pizza and booze as you can manage in an hour and a half.
For some picking what to have can be hard but not here, take your time and enjoy all of their delicious selection from double pepperoni & spicy honey, mushroom & truffle, classic margherita and halal & vegan options. Between bites of pizza, you can wash it all down with unlimited glasses of prosecco, house white, red wine or Camden beer.
If you’re looking for a vibe like no other in the City then this is definitely the place for you, just don’t wait too long to snap up a ticket, they’re going fast!
22 Old Broad St, London EC2N 1HQ
For an intimate gathering with a couple of friends, head to Bethnal Green’s fantastic Issho-Ni. Just a short walk from the Square Mile, the incredibly friendly Japanese restaurant serves boozy bottomless brunches on Saturdays.
Nibble on wasabi peas before kicking off the brunch with unlimited freshly made sushi, sashimi and maki rolls. Then, if you have room, choose one of the large mains on the menu, which includes a creamy Katsu curry, Wagyu steak or fried aubergine with sesame miso – our favourite! Complement your meal with unlimited prosecco or, if you’re feeling adventurous, a Bloody Geisha, which is a Japanese take on the Bloody Mary. Delicious!
Make sure you book ahead as the weekend brunches are very popular with Londoners and tourists alike. We can’t wait to go again! One of the City of London’s best bottomless brunches.
185 Bethnal Green Road E2 6AB
Ivy City Garden
When it comes to brunch, Ivy City Garden is not messing about. Located in Bishopsgate, the menu is bursting at the seams with options to choose from. Whether you decide to try the duck liver mandarin parfait with a toasted brioche, lobster linguine or even the steak tartare (an Ivy classic), you won’t be disappointed with the dedicated weekend brunch menu. It’s the perfect place to dine with fussy eaters, as you’re sure to find a dish for every taste. We can’t wait to try the hot buttermilk pancakes with a glass of Ivy Collection Champagne.
Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street EC2M 1QS
This City seafood spot offers up a super special fishy weekend brunch menu, aptly named ‘brunch off the boat’. For this special experience, diners start off at their very own oyster and Bloody Mary station – yes, they have an entire section dedicated to the two. Guests then move on to starters and main courses, made from fresh and locally sourced seafood that can also be enjoyed with bottomless Prosecco or Moët and Chandon. Because, why not?
16 New Street EC2M 4TR
Gordon Ramsay himself may be slightly terrifying, but his City restaurant is one of the best places to grab a classy bottomless brunch. Choose an egg dish or a main as well as a dessert before downing as many glasses of Prosecco as you can possibly can – testing the waiters’ speed and efficiency in the process. We also love their weekend beef Wellington special for a slightly alternative brunch experience. This bougie British speciality is done to perfection at Bread Street Kitchen and can be complimented by delicious wine pairings.
10 Bread Street EC4M 9AJ
Sky Brunch at Shangri-La, The Shard
Ideal for a big celebration and one of the City of London’s best bottomless brunches, the Sunday brunch at the Shard’s luxury restaurant is one for the books. Enjoy a welcome glass of Champagne before tucking into delicious cuisine with unrivaled views of the City. You can also upgrade to bottomless Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut NV Champagne and a choice of three courses for a little extra. The pan-Asian brunch menu includes Hainanese chicken rice, pad Thai and aromatic duck, so you can enjoy the brunch at any hour. Finish your experience with caramelised pear, crème brulee, or a cute mochi selection.
31 St Thomas Street SE1 9QU
Toyko Brunch at M Threadneedle Street
Are you looking for a new bottomless brunch to try on the weekend? Well, look no further, as M Threadneedle Street is launching a new Tokyo Brunch to tickle your taste buds and get you into the weekend mood.
The Japanese-inspired brunch will kick off on Saturday, May 13th, from 12-3PM, priced at £70 per person.
If you’re in the mood to vibe to the sounds of the resident DJs whilst enjoying 90 minutes of free-flowing cocktails – this is the brunch for you.
The multi-award-winning city hotspot, M Threadneedle Street – is a classy and sophisticated venue in Bank which impresses with ease.
The menu hosts sharing platters, dim sum, wagyu beef and delicious tofu bao buns.
However, if you are still peckish, you can choose from okonomiyaki, savoury pancakes filled with kewpie, chilli, fried shallots and spring onion, kimchi fried rice or ramen with the choice of both chicken and mushroom.
This brunch is ideal for those looking to indulge in a Japanese-inspired brunch whilst the DJs spin all the latest hits.
60 Threadneedle St, London EC2R 8HG
This luxurious Italian bottomless brunch delivers on great taste and great drinks.
Piazza Italiana, hosts its new bottomless pizza and pasta brunch running every Saturday from 12PM-4PM.
Situated in the heart of the City, in the grade II listed venue on Threadneedle Street in the former British Linen Bank.
This brunch will set you back £35 per person for food only, which includes, a starter, bottomless pasta and pizza, dessert along. Alternatively, if it’s more of a boozy affair that you’re after you can go bottomless food and drinks for £59.
This brunch will satisfy all your carb cravings.
The truffle arancini balls stuffed with mozzarella cheese and wild mushroom sauce are truly divine and are a must-try.
For mains, pick from pizza or pasta – the decision is yours. The Campanelle Con Funghi pasta which arrives in a creamy forest mushroom sauce and topped with parmesan, is truly divine. If you’re after pizza, the Quattro Formaggi is delicious.
This is a great brunch to try in the City of London – the food is spot on.