‘Tis the season for gluttony! There’s no better time than the festive season to stuff our faces with an all-you-can-eat serving of delicious food at one of London’s best restaurants.

From glamorous feasts to endless desserts and bottomless pizza, we’ve searched London for the best all-you-can-eat buffets and bottomless food deals available – so you can fill your belly, without emptying your wallet. You can thank us later…

All you can eat: Ayllu restaurants

Ayllu

Fancy spending your weekend downing bottomless food and drink to the beats of a live samba show? The team at Ayllu believe in taking a fresh approach to brunch – it’s not just about what you eat, but how you eat it, and they’ve made sure their menu includes plenty of options for those who want to mix up their meal, as well as bottomless drinks and live music. From 12pm to 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays, you can enjoy unlimited Japanese-Peruvian Fusion dishes for £35, plus for an extra £14 you can add unlimited white wine, red wine, sparkling wine or a cocktail of the week.

The team have crafted a menu that blends together the best of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, from bao buns, robata and uramaki sushi to ceviche and tacos. And if you still have room for dessert, they’ve got you covered with the chef’s dessert selection.

Where: 25 Sheldon Square, London W2 6EY
Website: www.ayllu.co.uk

London Shuffle Club

Shuffleboard isn’t the only challenge at London Shuffle Club in Shoreditch – you can also challenge yourself to see how much food and drink you can consume.

Their Bottomless Shuffle Brunch includes two hours of all you can eat pizza, a 30-minute game of shuffleboard, and free-flowing prosecco, beer and soft drinks. Lanes can accommodate 2-8 players at a time, so it’s perfect for a gluttonous group trip.

Where: 4 Ebor St, London E1 6AW
Website: www.londonshuffle.com

Gaucho

Saturday is ‘eat as much as you can day’ at Gaucho – arguably the best day of the week. Their Electro Brunch Feast will see you chow down on a banquet of chilli mushrooms on toast, chorizo sausage sandwiches, eggs benedict, banana bread and of course, steak and eggs.

There’s also unlimited drinks, which includes sparkling wine, lager, and cocktail favourites like Pornstar Martinis and Aperol Spritz. There’s also a live DJ, so you’ll be listening to cool beats and bassy rhythms whilst you feast your way through the brunch menu. The only caveat is that bottomless food and drink lasts for 90 minutes only – so go hungry, pile your plate high, and eat as much as you like.

Where: Multiple Locations
Website: www.gauchorestaurants.com

The Ned

Taking place on Sundays across Millie’s Lounge, The Nickel Bar, Malibu Kitchen and Lutyens Grill, Ned’s Feast is every glamorous gluttons dream come true. Not only is there a Bloody Mary, Bellini and Mimosa cocktail trolley, but you can then stuff your face with sausages, bacon, salads, roasts with all the trimmings – and even oysters and lobster!

For pudding, you’re going to need to dig deep and find space for the dessert bar, laden with ice-cream, profiteroles, pastries, puddings and endless cheese. It’s a super generous spread in one of London’s most beautiful buildings.

Where: 27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ
Website: www.thened.com

Bocconcino

Head to central London on a weekend and you’ll notice that when the tourists fill the streets, the locals are probably at brunch. So pop into to one of Mayfair’s best loved Italian restaurants and you’ll be in for a treat. Bocconcino brings out an epic brunch deal at the weekend, with all you can eat pizza and free-flowing prosecco for £59.

For an extra £6, you can upgrade to their premium package including free-flowing cocktails – a choice of Bellini, Rossini or Aperol Spritz. You can even match your mood to the vibe – head down on Saturday for a lively bottomless brunch with a DJ spinning the tunes, or book in for a relaxing Sunday brunch and eat as much delicious pizza as you like.

Where: 19 Berkeley St, London W1J 8ED
Website: www.bocconcinorestaurant.co.uk

straits kitchen all you can eat restaurants

Straits Kitchen

What could possibly be better than a Champagne Sunday roast? A Champagne Sunday roast with a bottomless dessert buffet, that’s what. Available every Sunday in December, head down to Straits Kitchen at Pan Pacific London to indulge in Singaporean-inspired Asian flavours at their unique Sunday Roast with a twist. The set menu includes a half bottle of champagne per person and offers a choice of starters including shrimp tempura and clear chestnut broth with rice noodles. The main event is a selection of succulent Asian roasting meats served carved in front of your eyes – choose from salmon en croute, a stuffed whole turkey, roast Peking duck, crisp pork belly, or a vegan nut roast, alongside sides of glutinous rice with oriental sausage, Pak Choi, or red cabbage.

Rounding off the meal is arguably the best bit – a generous all you can eat dessert buffet with an extensive festive selection to choose from. Think panettone pudding, Christmas logs, and spicy clementine and chocolate shortbread that you can eat to your heart’s content.

Where: 80 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7AB
Website: www.panpacific.com

jones and sons all you can eat restaurants

Jones & Sons

Dalston’s Jones & Sons bottomless weekend brunch gets filled up in advance so make sure you book ahead, but there are some rules you should know in advance. Rule one, you can choose one drink to stick to for the duration of your brunch (so choose wisely), and rule two, you can only order your next round of food when everyone on the table has finished (so ditch the slow eaters).

Now that you’re up to speed on the rules, you can choose from the likes of bottomless Prosecco, Buck’s Fizz or G&Ts to drink, before tucking into unlimited food – the likes of wild mushrooms, truffle oil and poached egg on sourdough; vegan pancakes with coconut yoghurt and mixed berries; and classic brunch fare like avocado on toast, eggs florentine, and a full English.

Where: Stamford Works, 3 Gillett St, London N16 8JH
Website: www.jonesandsonsdalston.com

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza

Gordon Ramsay knows that eating is not cheating, so alongside affordable sides and sharers like ‘hotter than hell’ dirty fries, mac and cheese, and street slaw, you can enjoy all you can eat pizza for just £16 per person.

Go for slices of classic margherita, charred aubergine, pepperoni, or ham and pineapple pizza, and wash it all down with a bottle of red, or cocktails like Salted Caramel Espresso Martinis and Long Island Iced Teas.

Where: Camden / St Paul’s / Southwark /Battersea
Website: www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com


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