Best Bottomless Brunches in South London
Boozy brunches south of the river
On a quest to find the best bottomless brunch in London? We’re here to help. Whichever area of London you’re in, there’s a boozy brunch for you – complete with unlimited drinks, tasty food and great vibes. Here we focus on the top bottomless brunches in south London, across Clapham, Brixton, Peckham and Fulham, featuring both classic brunch fare and more alternative dishes, from Taiwanese bao buns to pizza.
Best Bottomless Brunches in South London
Housed in the former workers’ hall of Britain’s first department store Le Bon Marché, Brixton favourite Canova Hall is the second venue from Albion and East – the name behind Martello Hall in Hackney. It’s a hugely popular spot, particularly on weekends when big groups of friends flock to its long tables for its famous bottomless brunch. This one is all about the fun factor: the £32pp bottomless offering includes not only pink and white fizz, but also bowls of rum punch, plus a make-your-own bubbly cocktail tray complete with all the ingredients you need for bellinis, mimosas and more. A more-is-more approach is advised on the food side too: tuck into Italian-inspired dishes of truffle scrambled eggs, slow beef rigatoni or pizza, alongside sides of arancini and sweet potato fries. Finish things off with some sharing doughnuts for the table.
Price: £32pp for bottomless drinks for two hours
Availability: Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am till 6pm
Address: 250 Ferndale Rd, London SW9 8BQ
With its party atmosphere and vibrant interiors, this fusion restaurant on Clapham High Street is the perfect spot for bottomless brunch. The menu draws on the cuisines of South America and Japan, offering a mix of grills, raw dishes and small plates – with the brunch offering featuring breakfast classics with a twist. A Benedict Royale, for instance, comes with pink yuzu salmon, while the baked eggs are jazzed up with agave roasted ham. The bottomless offering includes free-flowing prosecco for 90 minutes plus starter nibbles, a main and a choice of either chocolate chip brownie with Peruvian mousse or salted dulce de leche. Afterwards, you have ample choices for post-brunch dancing spots nearby – just don’t blame us if you end up at Infernos.
Price: £32.50pp for bottomless prosecco for 90 minutes plus three courses
Address: 44-48 Clapham High St, London SW4 7UR
Keen to mix things up from the classic avo-on-toast and prosecco? Head to Daddy Bao in Tooting for a Taiwanese twist on brunch, paired with free-flowing cocktails. Dishes on offer include crispy corn fritters with kimchi, smoked salmon and cream cheese bao buns, waffles with sesame ice cream, and bacon and egg pancake rolls. Enjoy these alongside your choice of two cocktails: a classic Paloma with tequila, grapefruit and lime juice, or a Rosé Spritz, made with sake, lychee juice, rosé and hibiscus – with classic fizz also available.
Price: £18pp for bottomless cocktails for an hour
Availability: Weekends from 11.30 – 3.45pm
Address: 113 Mitcham Rd, London SW17 9PE
Little Blue Door and Little Orange Door
Little Door Co. creates venues which are designed to feel like your friend’s living room – and where better to let your hair down with a few drinks? You’ll get mates rates too: it’s only £25 for 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco or house punch, which you can soak up with classic brunch fare like pancakes topped with fried chicken, poached eggs on toast, or crumpets with glazed bacon. There are a few venues dotted around the capital, but if you’re looking for bottomless brunch in south London head to either the Fulham or the Clapham outposts.
Price: £25pp for 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco
Address: 871-873 Fulham Rd., London SW6 5HP (Little Blue Door) or 16A Clapham Common South Side, London SW4 7AB
Over the past couple of years Megan’s has established itself as the spot for bottomless brunch in the south west. Nowadays there are branches dotted all over the city, with the venue’s signature flower-adorned ceilings popping up in trendy areas like Balham, Wimbledon and Islington. All branches offer bottomless brunch, with a choice of unlimited prosecco, Pimm’s or Bloody Mary’s. Get merry as you tuck into dishes like the veggie brunch: egg, halloumi, smashed avocado, shakshouka and toast, or the baked courgette and feta rosti. If all that fizz has increased your appetite, don’t shy away from ordering a brunch pudding – the half baked cookie dough with Nutella, pistachios and ice cream is the stuff of dreams.
Price: £25pp for 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco (you need a main course to qualify and the whole table must take part)
Availability: Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays, last sitting 5pm
Address: Various locations
Two Hundred Rye Lane
OK, so this one isn’t quite bottomless, but you’ll certainly be tipsy by the time it’s over. Two Hundred Rye Lane, a small plates restaurant in Peckham, serves a boozy brunch every day, kicking off with a bellini ahead of two glasses of prosecco, with an Espresso Martini to finish. Don’t worry, there’s some food in there too: a breakfast butty with fried chorizo and serrano ham, or Huevos Rotos, which features fried sliced potato with eggs and bavette steak.
Availability: Daily from 10am – 4pm
Address: 200 Rye Ln, London SE15 4NF
If you’re after a day party-style brunch, it doesn’t get much better than Blame Gloria, the Instagram-famous bar complete with flowery velvet booths, neon lights and disco ball toilets. Every Saturday it throws a bottomless disco party, which is hosted by drag queens and features lip sync battles, dance offs and games. Fuelling the madness? Free-flowing fizz and buckets full of beer, alongside dishes which draw on flavours from all over the world – from smashed avocado to harissa chicken.
Price: From £49pp
Availability: Saturdays, check the website for upcoming events
Address: 89-91 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1HW
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