The best unlimited or free-flowing Champagne Brunches in London.
A luxurious option of Infinity Brunch with a Bloody Mary on arrival and free-flowing Veuve Clicquot NV Champagne for two hours is available for the amazing price of £65 per person. Or for those who prefer something different from Champagne, there’s the option to have unlimited house wine, beer, and soft drinks instead, as well as a Bloody Mary on arrival, for £55 each. The Infinity Brunch includes a generous selection of dishes including a luxury sushi and sashimi platter, yakitori skewers from the sumibiyaki grill, salad, noodles, miso soup and edamame, as well as a selection of Japanese mochi ice-cream for dessert. And with these new drinks options it’s now possible to customise your experience to make it perfect for you!
Asia De Cuba remains one of London's most 'go to' places, based on the standard offering alone, but having introduced a bottomless brunch options, it's an unmissable destination. And unlike so many bottomless brunches in London, they have gone for the good stuff - Champagne. For £70, guests can enjoy unlimited Perrier-Jouët Champagne (easily one of the finest version of fizz around) - alongside a variety of their wonderful dishes, and all set in one of the most beautiful restaurants (2015 refurb) in Town. Bottomless cocktails are available for £48 if you've come up with a reason not to brunch our on bubbly... fat chance!
One of London's slickest restaurant-bars have also added a brunch to their repertoire, with their Sunday Brunch offering. And as you'd expect from a place of this elk, it's a myriad of flavours, tastes and sounds - supplemented by an endless stream of Champagne. Peruvian cuisine may not be the most obvious choice for brunch but Coya is one of the best examples of food from this part of the World London has so to offer. Brunch includes - picadillo pastalitos, shrimp churros, black bean hummus with malanga chips & plantain chips, ceviche de pescado, mini Cuban sandwiches, chicken chicharrones, ropa vieja spring rolls for the table; an A La Carte Main; and Mexican Doughnuts.
Priced at £58 per person, the 6-course menu created by Chef Ho Hip Wah, Hakkasan Hanway Place’s Chef de Cuisine, celebrates seasonal ingredients in both the food and the cocktails on offer. Dim Sum Sundays is a weekly event located in the Ling Ling, with the menu available every Sunday from 12 midday to the later time of 6.45pm. Highlights of the dim sum menu include the Smoked duck and pumpkin puff, the Golden radish crab meat pastry, the XO seafood and water chestnut lettuce wrap, and the Stir-fry black pepper rib eye beef with Merlot. The cocktail menu includes autumnal ingredients that reflect the season, such as the Winter Sour with apricot, gingerbread, Rittenhouse rye whiskey, lemon, nutmeg and Elumakule Tiki bitters, and the after dinner cocktail the Ruby Warmer, with Tuaca brandy liqueur, port, cinnamon, nutmeg, liquorice bitters, served warm.
Every Sunday, guests can enjoy a fabulous Sunday Champagne Pommery Brunch with unlimited Pommery Brut Royal champagne. While listening to the foot-tapping 1920s, 30s and 40s tunes provided by charismatic singer and guitarist Laurence Corn and his nimble-fingered pianist Dan Taper (both of the Hot Dog Corn Dogs) guests can choose from a wonderful selection of outstanding dishes including antipasti, salads, traditional roasts, fresh fish and sumptuous desserts. The Sunday Champagne Pommery Brunch includes free-flowing Pommery Brut Royal champagne, premium wines and soft drinks.
Join us every Sunday for London’s best Champagne brunch and enjoy an unlimited lavish buffet of home-baked pastries, continental charcuterie, smoked salmon and a full range of salads. The buffet is complemented by a variety of main dishes ranging from roasted rib eye of beef to a delicious selection of seafood. A sumptuous choice of desserts completes this feast. Indulge yourself with a limitless supply of chilled Champagne while listening to a selection of fantastic live entertainment. Attentive staff are on hand to create a memorable experience. You will not be able to find a brunch like this anywhere else in London. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Sunday in style and enjoy brunch at its best in The Northall. From smoked salmon and scrambled eggs to truffled egg benedict and crème brulee for dessert, enjoy a 3 course menu featuring all our favourite brunch items along to the sounds of our live jazz duo. Live Jazz from 12.30pm 3 course menu with a glass of Laurent Perrier Champagne £55 3 course menu with free-flowing Laurent Perrier Champagne £90
Enjoy weekend brunch at St James’s for £40 with limitless Champagne. Head down every Saturday and Sunday and order from a selection of brunch items, pastry, and a cake platter with unlimited coffee, orange juice and bubbles.