If you like a big of food and drink with your pals, then this post is for you. Also if you like a bit of London, read on….
So recently I have seen a lot of people going to bottomless brunches around London, and I myself have been to two now (which I want to extend quite soon) so I thought I would share my experiences with you, in case you’re thinking of doing something like this!
Both times I went to a bottomless brunch, it was for friends’ Birthday celebrations, so the spirit was high as it would be. But I just want to say, both times I went we all had so much fun! If I could go every weekend I definitely would, but I guess it’s nice to save these kind of events for special occassions.
So we’ll start with the first one…
This beautiful restaurant is placed nicely in St Martins Lane, London and serves delicious cuisine which is a fusion of Latin and Asian, so the menu is insane! The restaurant itself is newly renovated so is chic but sophisticated but is spacious as well.
You can obviously go there and order from the menu as normal from the dinner, lunch, dessert and Sunday lunch options.
Then there is also the Bottomless Brunch menu, which is what we went for.
With this you get a choice from a few alcoholic bevs, and of course we went for prosecco and beeline’s. As there was a large group of us, we had quite mix of dishes, which are all stated on the menu I’ve linked, and the waiters kept coming round topping up your glasses. I don’t think I have to once ask for a refill, they were on ittttt!
It was honestly such a fun day, I think we booked from about 1ish and was there pretty much all afternoon (we deffo exceeded our 2 hour slot) but they didn’t seem to mind at all!
I would HIGHLY recommend this if you are looking to go somewhere a bit different, I loved it!
The most recent place I went to was
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably would have seen all the antics on my stories, as I tend to get snap happy when I’ve had a glass of prosecco or two!
This restaurant was in a beautiful part of London, St James, which is really close to The Ritz! There was a really nice buzz around this area, but it wasn’t too too busy which was good, and this restaurant was tucked nicely down a quiet road.
We had two hours again at the table and again went for the Brunch with bubbles menu!
It is nice though, because if you wanted to go and not drink you just wouldn’t add on the £15 for unlimited prosecco, and the menu is still so good!
It was slightly more rushed than Asia de Cuba, but I think thats because we got lucky in there with the timing and they were really relaxed with us staying. But the food here was also really yummy! I had eggs royale to start then I shared a mac ‘n’ cheese and waffles with berry compote after. It was really yummy!
Also, can you tell we just had such a laugh….
Have you ever been to a bottomless brunch before? Would you like to?