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London’s best bottomless brunches

The bottomless brunch has become the pinnacle of weekend plans up and down the country, but London has the monopoly on the brunch game. With so many to choose from, we did the hard work and sampled what London has to offer, bringing you the best bottomless brunches in the city.

Asia De Cuba (45 St Martins Lane)

The quirky Asia De Cuba is a delight for the eyes as well as the palate. Offering three different bottomless brunch options, choose which one suits your needs best. The bottomless brunch at £38 includes unlimited mojitos, mimosas, bellinis or bespoke bloody marys with a platter of food for the table and a choice of one main course from the main menu. The premium bottomless cocktail brunch at £45 has the addition of a bigger table platter and a dessert. The £70 option offers all of the above with a champagne option. This is a must try for a special occasion or a lavish Saturday.

Stagolee’s (Peckham)
Stagolee’s is one of the most fun brunches we have had yet. This southern diner offers its own take on the classic brunch cocktails. The southern mimosa, with an added dash of grand Marnier, the southern hospitality which is freshly squeezed lemonade and firefly sweet tea vodka with buffalo trace bourbon and the stagecoach Mary, a classic bloody Mary with sugar shone jalapeno moonshine. The mouth watering menu has a homely feel. You almost expect to find a southern mamma making everything herself. Try the “Fat Nasty” skillet fried chicken breast with sausage gravy in a buttermilk country biscuit sandwich.

Bad Egg (Moorgate)

Not satisfied with brunch only on weekends, Bad Egg has introduced “Frunch” which is brunch on a Friday so the weekend can start early. With two hours of bottomless prosecco, mimosas or bloody Marys and two menu items all for £35, this eclectic diner is a great choice for a chilled out weekend with friends. Try the breakfast tacos and macanchini (mac and cheese balls with aioli dip).

La Pont De La Tour (Tower Bridge)
One of the most picturesque places in the city, La Pont De Le Tour has outside seating that overlooks Tower Bridge. So close you could almost touch it. At £25 for 3 courses and an added £17 for unlimited bottomless prosecco or mimosas, this is the best brunch we have ever had! The French toast followed by the brunch burger is a great dessert in reverse combo.

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