Nonchalant ~ Bottomless Brunch London

Bottomless Brunch London

prosecco being poured

‘Cos it’s 11:30 and the club is brunchin’ brunchin’…

Hello London, hello bottomless brunch. Of course, we are biased, but London really does know how to do a fucking great bottomless brunch; free-flowing alcohol for up to 120 minutes combined with some delicious food and alright company, what more could you ask for? Whether you’re a mimosa kinda momma or if you go wild for a Bloody Mary, we have the most perfect BB for you right here, sweet cheeks.

Mac and Wild

Location: Devonshire Square / Fitzrovia
Price: £23 per person for booze, plus the price of a main from the menu
Time Limit: 2 glorious hours

Mac and Wild started life as a Scottish street food sensation, serving up wild game for all. Seven years later, M&W continues to specialise in all things Scottish, including; venison, beef, steak, seafood and whisky, craft beer and… wait for it….  gin. All of the produce is sourced and bought from suppliers throughout Scotland, bringing authenticity as well as taste to your plate. Bottomless Brunch is available on Saturday’s between 11am and 6pm and as per picture below, it’s fucking fit.  Bottomless cocktails are available, as is unlimited Prosecco for a whole two hours. Request to sit outside which is covered and in the middle of some very beautiful buildings.


Location: Shoreditch / Fitzrovia / London Bridge
Price: £30 per person gets you brunch dish and unlimited process
Time Limit: 1.5 hours

Lantana Cafe describes itself as ‘a little bit of Australia in London’ and has a whole host of plant-based offerings on the brunch menu. From wholesome bowls filled with avocado, chilli potation, quinoa and other tasty morsels to tiramisu french toast, there’s plenty to choose from. Last month Lantana launched their own ‘Lantana Pride Cake’, a scrumptious rainbow coloured sponge cake, yum. £1 from every slice is being donated to the wonderful charity Stonewall, so you can enjoy a massive slab, guilt-free. The menus change with the seasons and always focus on wholesome, local and fresh produce. If you’re wanting to eat el fresco, you can get a takeaway brunch from ‘Lantana Out’, next to the Fitzrovia branch and find a nice bit of grass to enjoy it on.

Location: South Bank
Price: £19 for Prosecco, plus price of item from the menu
Time Limit: 1.5 hours

The Sea Containers

The Sea Containers have real variety their brunch menu, from classic crushed avocado to a hearty bacon cheeseburger, packed full of cheddar and red onions. If you’re looking for somewhere offering more than just brunch choices, this is the place for you. You can order anything off the main menu, which included fish dishes, steaks and egg-based meals to accompany your choice of alcohol (Laurent-Perrier Brut £59, Mimosa £19, Rossini £19, Prosecco £19 or Grey Goose Bloody Mary £19). Weekend brunch and roast menu have been designed to be share, you can troff down together between 12 and 4 pm Saturday and Sunday, every weekend. The Sea Containers is situated on the side of the South Bank and you can request a table out on the terrace with some beaut views across the River Thames. Fancy.

Bad Egg

Location: Moorgate
Price: £35 includes unlimited alcohol and two food orders
Time Limit: 2 wonderful hours

Bad Egg was created by those formally behind Smokehouse, Pig & Butcher and The Princess of Shoreditch, Bad Egg has been open since 2014. Apparently high up people were designing the Smokehouse brunch menu but felt their ideas were a little ‘messy’ and out there for the chilled out and sophisticated vibes in Smokehouse. Designers needed a suitable and fitting venue to create their dirty little menu and a short while later Bad Egg was born. At Bad Egg £35 gets you unlimited alcohol (Bloody Mary, Prosecco or Mimosa’s) for a whopping 120 minutes, as well as a choice of two food items from the menu. What’s not to like?



Megan’s Fulham | 571 Kings Road, SW6 2EB
Megan’s by the Green | 57-69 Parsons Green Lane, SW6 4JA
Megan’s on the Hill | 41-43 Bedford Hill, SW12 9EY
Megan’s Old Town | 55-57 The Pavement, SW4 0JQ
Megan’s Battersea Power Station | 27 Circus West Village, SW11 8NN
Price: £18 for unlimited drink plus cost of an item from the menu
Time Limit: 1.5 hours

Megan, Megan who the fuck is Megan? Truth is, we don’t know, but what we do know is they do one hell of a bottomless brunch. At Megan’s you can choose either Pimm’s, Prosecco or Bloody Megan’s whilst you sit back and enjoy the foliage inside; there’s a full-on tree inside Megan’s Old Town and a flower wall adorning Megan’s on the Hill. At Megan’s, Bottomless brunch runs from 2 pm- 6 pm on Saturdays and Sundays (last sitting at 4.30 pm).  The menu showcases a whole host of tasty looking delights, including an array of egg choices, including Shakshouka, Shakshoumi and Shakshorizo (spiced tomato with baked eggs, helium or chorizo)

Scarlett Green

Location: SOHO
Price: £39.50 per person includes unlimited alcohol, one savoury and one sweet dish
Time Limit: 100 minutes

Part of the Daisy Green Australian group, Scarlett Green is located in central SOHO. You can reserve your table in advance, or just rock up and keep all things crossed for a spare table. Scarlett Green allows you to enjoy one sweet dish, one savoury dish and free-flowing Prosecco and or Mimosas for up to 100 minutes. The menu has offerings from classic eggy brunches to unicorn pancakes, perfect for those with a sweet or savoury tooth. In the evening this place gets buzzy with a late-night bar accompanied by live acoustic music and DJ sets daily from 4 pm. Scarlett Green is pretty vast, over two floors there’s plenty of space for everyone without feeling too squished in.

Happy brunchin’ 
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Jem Thomas
Jem Thomas

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