Best Brunch or Bottomless Brunch City of London – if you are looking for a relaxed, laidback brunch or a wilder bottomless brunch then we have a great list for you! Have a look at our suggestions for the best brunches and bottomless brunches in City of London.
All Bar One – Bottomless Brunch
18-20 Appold Street, London, Greater London, EC2A 2AS
All Bar One “is a stylish space for spirited people to meet with friends. We’re all about celebrating life and sharing food, drink and experiences together. We’re here from your morning coffee to those Saturday night Espresso Martinis and everything else in between. Our menus are created with socialising in mind, so you can graze over tapas or sip on those scroll-stopping cocktails to your heart’s content — get ready to live your best life.” Brunch options include:
Toasted English muffin topped with smoked salmon and poached free range eggs, served with omega seed sprinkle and lemon hollandaise
British pork sausages, streaky bacon, free range eggs, roasted mushroom, tomato, baked beans and toasted sourdough
CLASSIC HANDMADE BEEF BURGER
Handmade beef patty with our signature burger sauce served in a seeded bun with gherkin, lettuce, red onion, tomato and seasoned fries
We visited recently and reviewed the Bottomless Brunch at All Bar One – read our review for lots more info and food photos!
Slug and Lettuce – Bottomless Brunch
Wood St, Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7JQ
Slug and Lettuce do a Bottomless Brunch. You will need to pre-book. You can indulge in selected brunch dishes and enjoy unlimited glasses of Prosecco, Mimosas, Aperol Spritz, Bloody Marys, Pints of Amstel, Virgin Marys or selection of soft drinks for two hours!
Available every day. You can enjoy favourites like the full English breakfast or ‘Pornstar pancakes’ – five American pancakes, topped with a Prosecco, vodka mango and passionfruit compote.
If you spend a little more you can upgrade to a more lunchtime menu with items like a BBQ rump steak sandwich, Halloumi and avo sandwich or Tostada topped with chicken and chorizo. With a further upgrade you can go for Pornstar Martinis.
See more details as we have reviewed the Slug and Lettuce Bottomless Brunch here.
Searcys at the Gherkin
Panoramic views await you at Searcys at the Gherkin. They serve a four course Sunday Brunch for a set price. Begin with a selection from the Bakery Basket, followed by Pancakes with a choice of: Poached fruit compote, crème fraiche or crispy bacon, maple syrup.
Then move onto a main course from several choices such as Grilled Searcys smoked salmon, kedgeree, poached egg, and crème fraiche, Seared sirloin steak, triple cooked chips, king oyster mushroom and bearnaise or Scrambled egg, blistered tomatoes, toasted sourdough, chilli.
Mac & Wild
9A Devonshire Square, Spitalfields, London EC2M 4YN
Every Saturday Mac & Wild have unlimited Prosecco & brunch cocktails. Must order a main course with choices like a full Scottish breakfast of Bacon, homemade tattie scone, haggis, black pudding, mushrooms, lorne sausage, scrambled eggs & bone marrow beans, or Campbell’s & Co. Balvenie smoked salmon with scrambled eggs, béarnaise and toasted sourdough.
Dirty Martini – Bottomless Martini
158 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4LN
Dirty Martini are stylish cocktail bars with venues across London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds & Manchester. “With glamorous interiors, bespoke cocktails and late night DJs, Dirty Martini is the perfect venue for any celebration or just after work cocktails. Plus get ready for the best happy hour in town.”
They offer a Martini Brunch “Join us every weekend to enjoy bottomless Pink & Blood Orange G&Ts, Martinis and Prosecco, plus all our favourite foods served in our beautiful brunch birdcage.” A choice of Bottomless Pink & Blood Orange G&Ts, Martinis & Prosecco will be served for 90 minutes.
They update our brunch menu seasonally, so, at times, some food & drink items will vary (think sushi in summer & pigs in blankets at Christmas!!).
Grind – Bottomless Brunch
34 Royal Exchange, Threadneedle Street, London, EC3V 3LP
Grind is a buzzing cocktail bar, espresso bar and all-day restaurant. Bottomless Brunch is served no longer just at the weekend. It is served before 5pm on selected days for bottomless prosecco for ninety minutes.
Choose from dishes like (One-pan eggs, peppers, tomatoes, spinach, chilli, sourdough toast), Buttermilk pancakes, blueberries, cream or a Full English breakfast (eggs as you like, bacon, cumberland sausages, hash brown, white pudding, mushrooms, slow-roasted tomatoes, spinach, baked beans, toast). Large selection of cocktails!
Pitcher & Piano – Bottomless Brunch
28-31 Cornhill, Langbourn, London EC3V 3ND
Welcoming you at Pitcher and Piano from day to night with a sophisticated escape suited for every occasion. Whether it’s bubbles over brunch or a relaxed Sunday roast, after work drinks or a night to remember – each of our bars has been carefully crafted to bring you something wonderfully unique. Pitcher & Piano do a bottomless brunch. Pre-bookings only. Available Saturday & Sunday until 2pm. Choose from various dishes plus unlimited glasses of prosecco, bellinis or mimosas. Dishes include a Baked Morrocan Breakfast, Breakfast Brioche, Vegan Avocado Sourdough and a Brunch Burger.
Gaucho – Premium Bottomless Brunch
1 Bell Inn Yard, Langbourn, London EC3V 0BL
Gaucho is a glamorous Argentinian steak restaurant and they do a premium bottomless brunch. You can choose from such brunch dishes as Choripan Sandwich, Steak and Eggs, Eggs Royal and Coconut Quinoa Porridge. To accompany your meal, you can choose from unlimited Botanical No 1, Jack & Ginger, Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritz, Rekorderlig and Cinnamon Colada. If you want to upgrade you can then partake in unlimited Pornstar Martini, Domain Chandon and Espresso Martini. You can spend 90 minutes at your table.
77 Gracechurch St, Langbourn, London EC3V 0AG
Loch Fyne was “brought to life by two oyster enthusiasts, Johnny and Andy, who started selling their oysters from a small shack on the west coast of Scotland. We now have 22 Restaurants up and down the country, providing fresh, sustainably sourced seafood dishes; much of which is delivered fresh from the loch itself.” Loch Fyne have a good brunch menu including Baked eggs, Loch Fyne Kippers, Avocado, pink grapefruit and chilli and the Loch Fyne Breakfast (grilled sausage, back bacon, black pudding, haggis, mushroom, baked beans, tomato, egg how you like it and toasted sourdough).
2 London Wall Place, Barbican EC2Y 5AU
Barbie Green’s brunch is “grounded in our Aussie roots with strong influences from Melbourne and Sydney café culture with bold and seasonal options alongside classic brunch staples. We use fresh, seasonal produce and top quality suppliers to make each dish shine so we can bring a little Aussie sunshine to your London plate! Our epic bottomless brunch is legendary and takes our award wining brunch dishes (one sweet and one savoury each) and adds free-flowing fizz and Mimosas for 90 minutes.” Sweet options include RADIO LAMINGTON MR BLACK TIRAMISU LAMINGTON and AWARD WINNING BANANA BREAD SANDWICH while savoury options include THE BONDI (back bacon, poached eggs, chilli and fennel sausage, mushrooms, avocado, house chilli pesto, cold fermented activated charcoal sourdough) and SMOKED SALMON ROYAL (smoked salmon, avocado, poached eggs, lemon & dill hollandaise, crispy capers, twice baked house croissant).
The Ivy – Saturday and Sunday Brunch
Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad St, London EC2M 1QS
The Ivy Cafe Chelsea Garden will offer “sophisticated and friendly all-day dining to local residents and visitors alike. There is also a dedicated weekend brunch menu with some delicious alternatives to our mid-week a la carte and an exclusive drinks menu specially created by our bartender, including some classic favourites with a twist and new creations.”
They do a Saturday and Sunday Brunch (and bank holidays). The restaurant itself is a beautiful art deco inspired space. With options like Truffle Arancini, Zucchini fritti, Eggs Benedict and Avocado Benedict, as well as Hot Buttermilk Pancakes for those (like me) with a sweet tooth!
Le Pain Quotidien
42 Fish Street Hill, London, City of London EC3R 6BR
Le Pain Quotidien is a “Belgian bakery and restaurant serving simple, wholesome and seasonal food. Le Pain Quotidien means “the daily bread” in French, and like our name suggests, we’re bakers at heart. Although our handmade, organic bread is how we got our start, we serve a variety of healthy options like organic coffee, pastries, eggs, tartines, soups, salads and desserts.” On the brunch menu you will find EGGS & SOLDIERS (Two soft-boiled eggs with sourdough soldiers), BAKED EGGS (With roasted Portobello mushrooms, grilledartichoke, spinach, roast onion, tomato,
chipotle mayonnaise and baguette), BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST (With maple cured bacon, maple and yoghurt OR with fruits, honey and yoghurt) and BREAD END WAFFLES (A Belgian tradition, homemade with our organic sourdough bread ends, which are soaked overnight and added to our batter.
Unit 5, Condor House, 5-14 St. Paul’s Churchyard, London EC4M 8AY
Cafe Rouge are a chain of French restaurants. “Whatever the time of day, we have a dish to suit your mood; from steak frites and boeuf bourguignon to a selection of croques, baguettes and vegan options too – all on our menu of classic French food with a contemporary twist.” They offer breakfast and brunch dishes such as the Grande Breakfast (two free-range eggs, two Cumberland sausages, sweet cure bacon, beans, mushroom, tomato, black pudding, sautéed potatoes and sourdough toast), Pancakes (three warm pancakes topped with your choice of sweet cure bacon, banana and maple syrup, or fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and pineapple with fruit compot, and French Toast (two slices of sweet brioche bread topped with your choice of sweet cure bacon, banana and maple syrup, chocolate sauce, banana and hazelnuts or fresh seasonal fruit, honey and vanilla crème fraîche).
71 Aldwych, Holborn, London WC2B 4HN
ROKA serves contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine. They serve Han Setto Brunch that you can upgrade to served with bottomless red, white or rose wine, with a bellini on arrival. All the dishes are designed to share and include items such as Kabocha to bito ruto no karashi salada (pumpkin & beetroot salad with Japanese mustard dressing), Ebi furai to avocado maki (crispy prawn and avocado maki), Tai no miso-yaki (gluten-free – sea bream fillet ryotei miso and red onion) and Kobuta no ribs yawaraka nikomiyaki (glazed baby back ribs with cashew nuts).
Also have a look at our big post of brunch in the rest of London.