Best Brunch and Bottomless Brunch in London Bridge – there are lots of options in London Bridge for brunch from Gaucho’s bottomless brunch to a brunch and wine pairing in Aqua Shard. Have a look at our suggestions for the places for the best brunch in London Bridge.
Gaucho – Premium Bottomless Brunch
2 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AP
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.
32 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG
Now, this looks magnificent – how about brunch in the tallest building in Europe? Brunch at Aqua Shard is available Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays 10.30am – 3.30pm. You can opt for a three course brunch or a three course brunch with wine pairing. Starters include Eggs Benedict (Maynard’s Farm ham, Clarence Court eggs, hollandaise) and Sweet potato & Devon crab hash (Cackle bean poached egg, Devon crab meat, sea aster hollandaise), while mains include the Shard breakfast (Two free-range eggs any way, Wiltshire back bacon, pork and leek sausage, tomatoes, Portobello mushrooms, homemade baked beans, sautéed potatoes, black pudding, toasted sourdough) and Maple-cured free range pork rib eye (Toasted brioche, fried Clarence court duck egg,
watercress). Then finish off with Lemon posset (Set lemon cream, blood orange sorbet, shortbread biscuit) or Colston basset Stilton (Pasteurised cow’s milk blue cheese, fig gel, chestnut toast).
The Ivy – Saturday and Sunday Brunch
One Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2AA
The Ivy Cafe Tower Bridge 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!
The Breakfast Club
11 Southwark St, London SE1 1RQ
The Breakfast Club make comfort food. “We make warm fuzzy feeling in the pit of your stomach food. We make ‘is my gran in your kitchen?’ food. We make ‘3 star ethically sourced good for the planet’ food. Everyone is welcome. Me, your mum, my grandad, your uncle Albert, little Jonnie and all our best pals. Everyone is welcome.” Choose from breakfast and brunch classics like THE ALL AMERICAN (Pancake stack, bacon, sausage, crispy homestyle potatoes, eggs & maple syrup), CORNFLAKE CHICKEN & WAFFLES (Kellogg’s Cornflake buttermilk fried chicken, waffle, fried egg, caramelised onions, American gravy, spring onion, chives & maple syrup), or THE FULL MONTY (Bacon, sausage, crispy homestyle potatoes, garlic mushrooms, hash browns). Or what about PANCAKES & BERRIES (Pancakes, fresh berries, cherry compote, vanilla cream, Biscoff crunch & maple syrup)?
Côte Brasserie – Breakfast and Brunch
Hay’s Galleria, Tooley Street, London, SE1 2HD
Côte Brasserie serve breakfast and brunch from 8am until 12 noon on a Monday to Friday and then 9am to 1pm on a Saturday and Sunday. Highlights include a breakfast set menu that involves any cooked breakfast with fresh orange juice or cloudy apple juice and a hot drink of your choice. Options include a full English breakfast, Crepe Complete (pancakes, bacon and comte cheese), Eggs Florentine, Eggs Royal and Eggs Avocado. They can make a gluten free full English breakfast.
Slug and Lettuce – Bottomless Brunch
1 St Katharine’s Way, St Katharine’s & Wapping, London E1W 1YL
Slug and Lettuce do a Bottomless Brunch. You will need to prebook. 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 Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 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 BBQ rump steak sandwich, Halloumi and avo sandwich or Tostada topped with chicken and chorizo.
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.
Also have a look at our list of brunch throughout the rest of London.