New month, new mouthfuls. Raise a toast this weekend or keep it teetotal) and indulge with one of London’s best bottomless brunches. From the classic buttermilk pancakes to avant-garde Indian, here’s where to fill your boots (and glasses) across the city
1 Best for Indian Cuisine: Kahani, Chelsea
Kahani – the high-class Indian restaurant just off Sloane Square – has an irresistible Bottomless Brunch offering for those who love Indian food and want to slip it down with some delicious prosecco.
The bottomless brunch has three courses for just £38, all of which customers can order more of if they’re still peckish. The three course menu comprises a plethora of authentic Indian dishes.
From Spiced Chickpeas with a Mint and Tamarind Chutney and Tandoori Chicken, to Keema Naan with Smoked Tomato Chutney – the whole menu is mouth-wateringly Moorish. And for pudding, if you can squeeze it in, is carrot fudge served with a vanilla ice cream.
And to get unlimited prosecco on top of the incredible food, customers can pay just £17 more for a total of £55 all in – what’s not to love?! Customers get to have the table for two hours, where the food and prosecco is completely bottomless.
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Where: 1 Wilbraham Place, London, SW1X 9AE
When: Served Saturday, 12:00 pm – 14:00 pm. Sunday, 12:30 pm – 16:00pm.
How: Prices from £38pp. Find out more and make a booking via kahanilondon.com
2 Best for Latin lovers: Cabana, St Giles
If you can’t head to the Amazon, bring the Amazon to your plate instead. Latin-inspired grill and cocktail hotspot Cabana in St Giles offers a monthly bottomless brunch with serious party vibes (and exciting cuisine). Kicking off on Saturday 5th March, Cabana’s Amazon Brunch serves up vibrant full-of-flavour dishes and creative cocktails, all to the soundtrack of an epic DJ bringing you the best beats to get you into the samba spirit.
The experience includes a three-course Amazonian feast bursting with vibrant South American flavours alongside free-flowing cocktails (£50pp) or mocktails (£40pp). Take your pick from a selection of sharing starters including corn ‘ribs’ with sweet smoked paprika, butter and sea salt; buttermilk churrasco fried chicken with Cabana’s signature Spicy Malagueta Sauce; or hot baked cornbread with maple syrup and butter.
When it comes to mains, expect your favourite brunch classics with unexpected Latin American twists – The Full Brazilian comes with guava barbecue bacon, Rio beans and eggs-your-way plus slow roasted cherry tomatoes, Portobello mushrooms and avocado with toasted sourdough. Cinnamon Rabanada is a must try – this Brazilian-style French toast is made with sugar and spice and all things nice, served with creamy yoghurt and zingy berries. Sharing plates of crisp cinnamon sugar churros with chocolate dip, chargrilled pineapple and mint are the perfect sweet note to finish on.
Of course, no Amazonian brunch would be complete without colourful and crowd-pleasing cocktails! Choose from bottomless caipirinhas – the national cocktail of Brazil – with prosecco on offer too.
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When: Monthly – launching Saturday 5th March, 11.30am until 3pm
Where: Cabana, 7 St Giles High St, London, WC2H 8AB
How: Prices from £50.00pp. Find out more and make a booking via cabana.designmynight.com and cabana-brasil.com
3 Best for bubble bonanzas: Pergola Paddington, Paddington Central
Pergola Paddington, West London’s largest alfresco dining space, has launched two new bottomless brunch experiences – with options of both Sunday brunch splurges and weekday post-work sessions for those stressful afternoon meetings.
1 The Sunday Bottomless Brunch – £25 per person
Enjoy two hours of bottomless Prosecco or Camden Hells in the amazing hidden garden, with plenty of food traders offering hearty dishes in one of London’s most relaxing dining retreats.
2 Free Flowing Wednesdays – £20 per person
On Wednesdays, the bubbles are limitless – whilst main dishes can be purchased separately from the number of mouth-watering food trader. For just £20 per person, guests can let loose with 2 hours of bottomless bubbles as they dine from one of the incredible restaurants, including Filth & Co and Japanese kitchen Yuki.
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When: For Sunday Bottomless Brunches, bookings for up to 6 people will be available at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm. For Free Flowing Wednesdays, bookings for up to 6 people will be available hourly between 5pm and 8pm.
Where: 4 Kingdom St, London W2 6PY
How: To find out more and make a booking, please visit pergolapaddington.com.
4 Best for British classics: The Montagu Kitchen, Marylebone
With a prestigious postcode, The Montagu Kitchen is ideally situated overlooking Portman Square – just a short walk from Oxford Street and Marble Arch, tucked away in upmarket Marylebone. Ideal for a pre or post-shopping feast, head here to indulge in a four-course bottomless Prosecco brunch from midday onwards every Sunday.
Opt from a menu filled with British classics and choose from one ‘morning stretch,’ one starter, one egg/burger/main dish and polish it off with one dessert too. Plus, for those feeling extra naughty, guests can upgrade to 2 hours of free flowing bubbles from £35pp.
Headed up by Chef Roger Olsson, The Montagu Kitchen embodies the ethos of sustainability and is celebrated for its modern British dishes. The menus epitomise fresh, local, seasonal produce, and highlight the best of the British ingredients by sourcing produce from our land and sea to create the most delicious of British cuisine.
Dishes on the brunch menu include the indulgent ‘Sir Winston’s Treat’, comprising lobster hollandaise, smoked salmon, and poached eggs, ‘Trio of Whitstable Oysters’, and a vanilla cheesecake for those with a sweet tooth (and room).
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When: Brunch is served on Sundays from 12:30-15:30
Where: 30 Portman Square, London, England, United Kingdom, W1H 7BH
How: Prices from £48.00pp for standalone brunch. Upgrade for two hours of bubbly from £35.00. Find out more and make a booking via hyatt.com.
5 Best for staying dry: Sumosan Twiga, Knightsbridge
If you’re staying tee total, sink your teeth into Sumosan Twiga’s fun-worshipping Uptown Brunch. Taking place in Knightsbridge every Saturday, from 12pm to 4pm, guests can enjoy a bottomless drinks menu of champagne, cocktails, beer, wine and spirits – with plenty of non-alcoholic cocktails for those keeping sober.
Well known for its acclaimed offering of Japanese and Italian food, Sumosan Twiga’s brunch menu offers guests the opportunity to enjoy both sides of its roots, with a menu featuring unique Japanese dishes such as Chargrilled Beef Rib Eye and Salmon and Kumquat Tiradito, as well as signature Italian options, such Tortelloni with Ricotta, Lemon and Bottarga and Insalata di Spinaci with Goats Cheese and Hazelnuts.
From Funk and Disco, to Boogie and Motown, Sumosan Twiga will set the party mood with live music and soulful sounds. The tunes continue throughout the afternoon with a DJ set and dancers bringing the disco vibe to the restaurant. Not just an ordinary brunch, the Uptown Brunch will transport you back to the dancefloor, and those looking to scale back on alcohol needn’t have to miss out, with a dry bottomless menu of Solero and Virgin Mojito cocktails that still offer all the fun!
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Where: 165 Sloane St, London SW1X 9QB
When: Every Saturday, 12pm to 4pm
How: Uptown Brunch fixed menu costs £150pp for the alcoholic option and £110pp for the non-alcoholic bottomless menu. Find out more and make a booking via
6 Best for healthy dishes: The Skinny Kitchen, Islington
An all-day and night dining concept located in the heart of Islington, The Skinny Kitchen in London offers an eclectic menu filled with innovative and nutritious dishes, with something for everyone. The name gives it away – this is a menu filled with healthy, nourishing options like Sweet Potato Hash and Acai Berry Bowls – as well as more indulgent bites.
Taking place every Saturday (and two Sundays) per month, the venue’s Fabulous Brunch is a high energy, lively, immersive dining experience with entertainment including a sax, trumpet player, live singer and DJs playing all day and night. Choose from two delicious courses, then wash it down with a selection of bottomless drinks like Aperol Spritz and Pornstar Martinis. Talk about sax appeal.
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Where: 52 Upper St, London N1 0QH
When: Every Saturday (and two Sundays) per month, 12.30pm and 3pm.
How: £60.00pp, find out more and make a booking via theskinnykitchen.co.uk
7 Best for avant-garde: Farzi Café, Haymarket
Farzi Cafe is a Modern Indian Bistro serving cutting edge avant – garde Indian cuisine with a twist. The techniques might be new, the ingredients might be global, but the focus is on unapologetic authenticity that still suits every palate – especially the carnivores.
Visit on Sundays for a flavour-filled menu offering dishes such as Kache Kele Ka Ragda Pattice (v), Karwari Garlic Mussels and Paneer Butter Masala – plus decadently meaty choices like Goat Tava Masala and Lamb Shank Vindaloo. On the drinks front, upgrade your feast and pair the fine dining bites with Cobra Beer, House Wine, Prosecco, Sparkling Cocktails, Mocktails & Soft Drinks for two hours of unlimited tipples.