4 Bottomless afternoon brunches to try in London

Brunch, which originally meant a meal between breakfast and lunch, nowadays really only seems to mean weekend lunch – or maybe that’s just our own interpretation. If, like us, you enjoy good food and a drink, then you will most definitely enjoy the restaurants below.

Happy Eatking*!

Invented by Don’t Believe in Jet Lag, eatking signifies eating all the whilst drinking


34 Mayfair’s Champagne Lovers Lunch (only available for Easter and during the summer)

Do you love delicious food? What about Champagne? Thought so. We highly recommend that you head over to the incredibly tasty 34 Mayfair and if you buy a glass of Bruno Paillard Champagne with your 2 course lunch or weekend brunch, you will be able to enjoy complimentary Champagne top-ups throughout your meal! Yep, that’s tons of Champagne for the price of 1 glass.

Make sure to order the lobster mac and cheese topped with black truffle (£32) as it’ll get you salivating

Please quote “Champagne Lovers’ Lunch” when making your reservation on 020 3350 3434



This modern restaurant, which seems to be named after its rotund shape, serves a lovely weekend brunch with a view on the canal – which makes it a great spot for a date. For £26.96, you can enjoy a delicious dish with 2 hours of unlimited prosecco.

We particularly recommend the breaded poached hen eggs served over creamy wild mushrooms, brioche toast and Parmesan which tasted just as good as it looked (cf picture below).


COYA Mayfair

Peruvian food has been “in” for a while now – and the craze shows no sign of abating. COYA Mayfair is among London’s top Peruvian restaurants and while their menu is pricy, it is worth every penny. With two brunch menus on offer (costing £36 or £46), delicacies include tiger prawns with chili salsa or Chilean sea bass served with rice, lime and chilli. For an extra £20, diners can add some happy juice to their meal with unlimited Champagne (that’s right, not prosecco – but real champagne!).




This theatre’s restaurant located in Islington offers an interesting brunch deal. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm,  3 courses cost £18 (cheap!) and for an extra £15, you can enjoy an unlimited amount of bubbles. Food menu includes British classics like chicken liver pâté, pumpkin soup or  braised shin of beef.  Since their first afternoon play starts at 1.30pm, that leaves you 1h30 of boozing – though you can always catch the 7pm one if you’re having a bit too much fun.


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