Bottomless Brunch in happening everywhere in London at the moment. Personally, it’s one of my favourite things to do on a weekend, especially if it bottomless food as well! As a dedicated blogger I felt it is my duty to try a London Bottomless Brunch as often as possible so I can review and report back for you guys. No need to thank me.
So here is my list of the London Bottomless Brunches I’ve visited. Just click the link to see the full review. Do let me know if there are any others you think I should visit. I try and go to a new one as often as possible and update this page when I do. Happy brunching!
Inamo 10/10 The selection of food choices make Inamo my top bottomless brunch. From sticky chicken wings to yummy sushi the ipad menu selection keeps you ordering more until you are full. The interactive tables are really fun and the atmosphere and décor is just what you want from a brunch. Topped off with quick prosecco re-fills, this is my favorite London Bottomless Brunch.
Roka 10/10 Roka Bottomless Brunch is one of my favorites in London. Great food, great atmosphere, great service and a chocolate Buddha finale. What more can you ask for?
Flesh & Buns 9/10 My glass was never empty and neither was my plate. Very quick and attentive service, delicious food and a buzzing atmosphere makes Flesh & Buns a must visit for any London Bottomless Brunch aficionado.
London House 9/10 Overall, I really love this place. I go here often as an easy place to chill and feel at home. It’s £15 for bottomless prosecco which is a better deal than a lot of other places, yet the setting and food is such high quality – so it’s great value for money. If you are in the west Battersea area its definitely the best place to go in my opinion.
Mommi 9/10 I can’t fault Mommi in terms of their service or the food. The atmosphere was lively and fun, if anything I’d say the music could be turned down a little, but that’s just personal preference. For £29.50 this is a great value bottomless brunch, definitely worth visiting if you’re in South London.
The Big Easy 8/10 Great value of money for the volume of food and the choice between frozen mojitos and prosecco is the a nice touch. Great for meat lovers who can go for the unlimited chicken and ribs.
The House of Ho 8/10 The meal cost about £30 per person, and the bottomless proseco really was bottomless. They offered wine instead but we kept with the proseco throughout and the staff were constantly refilling us. Definitely recommend for a lovely relaxing atmosphere and tasty food.
Galvin Hop 8/10 It was great to be able to sit outside in the sunshine, though the decor inside looked really cool as well. The food was delicious, the service good, and the setting lovely. At £10 for bottomless booze, you can’t really go wrong!
Walkers of Whitehall 7/10 The customisable Bellinis was a nice touch. The food wasn’t particularly knock-out, and the lack of natural light downstairs made it feel a bit clinical. But overall, great value for money, service and location.
The SchoolHouse 6/10 Choice of a brunch item plus unlimited proseco and mimosas. Good atmosphere and convenient for people who live near Clapham. Be prepared to make the most of the unlimited prosecco in order to make this value for money. I think you would be looking to drink at least 4 glasses each to make this worth the price. Which wasn’t a problem for me.
The Jam Tree Chelsea 6/10 Quick service, a decent brunch menu and leaving the bottle of the prosecco on the table make The Jam Tree Chelsea a must visit on the London Bottomless Brunch circuit.