01 Sep Bottomless Brunch for the win!
Bottomless Brunch for the win!
Here in the Seven Events office we love bottomless brunch, it’s probably out favourite weekend activity. Between us we have certainly covered the most of what London has to offer. With that in mind we have put together a list of our 5 top Bottomless Brunches. I’m mean what is better than a late breakfast with nonstop alcohol?
Roka, Canary Wharf
Experience the best in contemporary Japanese cooking while overlooking Canada Square with Roka’s koten brunch. At the weekend, £49 will get you a choice of starters off the counter, a main such as the salmon fillet teriyaki or cedar roast baby chicken, and a dessert platter for the table. With an excellent range of cocktails, wines, sakes and fruit and herb-infused shochu, you won’t be going home hungry or thirsty. 4 Park Pavilion 40 Canada Square, Canary Wharf E14 5FW
Dokke, St Katherine Dock
Dokke is our new favourite hangout. Hidden away among the boutique shops, waterways and fabulous yachts is this dinky, charming eatery that might just serve London’s most beautiful brunch. Dokke is luxury private island specialist Neil Wager’s first foray into restaurant ownership, and as well as the chic, relaxed, my-home-in-the-Med atmosphere he has created in the restaurant-cum-living room, his Asian-fusion menu is a thing of beauty. Try his popular staples like Crispy Potato with kimchi and black pudding, Cloud Egg with crispy kale, avocado and chorizo, or Supergreen Fritatta with kale, edamame, chilli, avocado and fig chutney. The Dokke Breakfast – which masquerades as sort of run-of-the-mill fry up with sausage, egg, bacon, avocado, Wapping Sourdough toast and cherry tomato – is absolutely glorious, too. And they’re all right up there with London’s most Instagrammable dishes. Dining on the waterside terrace on a sunny afternoon here really is the life. Dokke’s bottomless brunch with unlimited prosecco or bloody Mary is served on Saturday and Sunday for £35pp. Ivory House, East Smithfield E1W 1AT
Bunga Bunga, Battersea
Think of brunch at Bunga Bunga less as the a Saturday morning excursion and more as the beginning of Saturday night – unlimited DIY Bellinis and a three-course Italian brunch dishing up antipasti platters and brunch pizzas (picture hollandaise sauce, spinach, smoked salmon and egg on a pizza) to devour alongside entertainment like karaoke and surprise opera singers. Wash it all down homemade gelato and another of the free flowing drinks on offer and your Saturday night just started nice and early. From 11.30am on Saturday mornings, the Bunga Brumch prices start from £38.
37 Battersea Bridge Road SW11 3BA
Jones and Sons, Shoreditch
For £34 each, you and your mates can feast on unlimited amounts of prosecco, bloody Mary and bucks fizz, as well as all-you-can-eat food. Choose from the likes of a full English, avocado on toast with a choice of poached egg or bacon and Belgian waffles with banana, toffee and honeycomb ice cream. On the wagon? Then your brunch will set you back just £25 with a choice of unlimited tea, coffee, freshly squeezed orange juice or virgin Mary. Be sure to book well in advance as seats are limited. 23-27 Arcola Street E8 2DJ
Frunch at Bad Egg
Bad Egg, the masters of the humble egg – and a stonking bottomless brunch – are taking over the city every Friday with Frunch. Set to revive those long, debauchery lunches in the City, with free-flowing Prosecco, frozen margaritas, updated American diner classics and the signature sound track of old skool hip-hop. Every Friday from 2.30pm-10pm guests can enjoy two hours of bottomless Prosecco, mimosas or Bad Egg’s brand new frozen Margaritas, alongside classics such as the Bad Egg Burger with Nduja cheese fondue, soft egg yolk, pickles, onions and yellow mustard, and the new favorite, Pulled Pork & Kimchi Hash with crispy potato, kimchi, spicy pulled pork and cheese fondue. £32pp. City Point, 1 Ropemaker Street EC2Y 9AW