Calling all Augustus Gloops and Bruce Bogtrotters, this one is for you. Unlimited brunches, where eating as much as you can is the name of the game. From unlimited bbq to small plates inspired by Tel Aviv, here are 8 of the best brunches where you can indulge your inner glutton.
Big Easy know that eating is not cheating, so alongside their boozy weekend brunch which lets you get tipsy on Prosecco, wine, beer or frozen Mojitos they also offer The Big Pig Gig limitless Bar.B.Q where you can go for as much North Carolina chopped pork, pit-smoked bar.b.q chicken, St Louis pork ribs and slaw, pit-smoked beans with pork, chips and fresh baked cornbread.
Where: Canary Wharf, Covent Garden and King's Road
Don’t feel like drinking but do feel like eating? Then head over to Breddos Tacos (there’s one in Clerkenwell and one in Soho), where for £25 you can have all you can eat tacos including baja fish, black beans and masa fried chicken. And for you booze hounds there is also unlimited Mexican beer, frozen margaritas and classic Micheladas.
Where: 82 Goswell Road, Clerkenwell, EC1V 7DB
Dalston’s Jones & Sons bottomless brunch gets filled up in advance so make sure if you want to book. The rules, you can only choose one drink, so choose wisely and you can only order your next round of food when everyone on the table has finished so ditch the slow eaters. Now that you know the rules you can choose from the likes of Buck’s fizz, alcoholic iced tea, prosecco, eggs Florentine, BBQ beans with fried eggs on toast, avocado on toast, wild mushroom, truffle poached egg on sourdough toast.
Where: Stamford Works, 3 Gillett Street, Dalston N16 8JH
Taking place across Millie’s Lounge, The Nickel Bar, Malibu Kitchen and Lutyens Grill, Ned’s Feast is like every glutton’s dream come true. Not only is there a Bloody Mary cocktail corner and a Mimosa trolley but you can then stuff your face with sausages, bacon, lobster, oysters, roasts with all the trimmings and then for pudding, you’re going to need to dig deep and find space for profiteroles, pastries, puddings and cheese.
Where: 27 Poultry, EC2R 8AJ
Shuffle Club don’t just offer shuffleboard as an activity, they also offer eating challenges, well not technically but you can challenge yourself to see how much you can consume. The Bottomless Shuffle Brunch includes two hours of pizza, shuffleboard taster session and prosecco and draught beers.
Where: 4 Ebor Street, Shoreditch, E1 6AW
Saturday is the best day of the week at Gaucho because every Saturday it’s eat as much as you can day at Gaucho’s Electro brunch. Feast on the likes of steak and eggs, baked provoleta, eggs royale, bacon sandwiches and oven baked chorizo sausage. There’s also unlimited drinks (unless you’re in Edinburgh and then you only get four each you rowdy lot), which include sparling Argentine wine and Bloody Marys or for an extra £10 go premium and drink pornstar martinis, espresso martinis and Chandon Rosé.
Where: Gaucho - Charlotte Street, Charlotte Street, London, United Kingdom
Nearest station: Goodge Street (0.1 miles)
The second of The Ned’s bottomless brunches takes place at their Asian-Pacific restaurant Kaia. Taking place every Sunday between 11:30am and 4pm, the brunch will give you two hours to work through a sea of sushi, snacks, teriyaki salmon, Japanese fried chicken, poké, udon noodles and puddings including yuzu buns, matcha cheesecake and chocolate and sesame squares. Bring your eating pants.
Where: The Ned, 27 Poultry, EC2R 8AJ
Bala Baya is chef Eran Tibi’s poem to Tel Aviv and you can show your love by eating as much as possible at their brunch. When you order any main you can then pay a further £8 per person (absolute bargain) and have unlimited small plates that include hummus with Turkish chillies, smoked aubergine with tomatoes and olives, chopped duck liver and spiced mushooms with pine nuts.
Where: Arch 25, Old Union Yard Arches, 229 Union Street, Southwark, SE1 0LR