Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, London
The celebration never ends at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, where their raucous Saturday Bottomless Brunch features magicians, dancing, prosecco and famous breakfast sharing pizzas. The best part? Two lucky people can enjoy all this for just £60.

167 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5PG


The Balcon, London
The Balcon - Brunch in London
For an elegant occasion, The Balcon’s all-day French brasserie has no comparison. Home to the prestigious Sofitel London St James, the beautiful Grade II-listed building is just one reason to visit, along with decadent dishes of beef tartare, seared mackerel and pistachio waffles.

8 Pall Mall, St. James's, London SW1Y 5NG

Fancy Crab, London

Seafood Brunch at Fancy Crab in MaryeboneMarylebone’s premier seafood restaurant do a cracking Brunch, with a Kings Crab Benedict and crab omelette alongside non-fishy treats like avocado toast, steak and egg and buttermilk blueberry waffles.

92 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 3RD


Brunch at Searcy’s, London

Bottomless Brunch at Searcy's LondonEnjoy a decadent feast inside the historic Pancras station, where Searcy’s Champagne Bar & Brasserie serve 3 courses of delicious Brunch treats designed to share between friends, alongside a botte of Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose champagne.

Grand Terrace, St Pancras International Station, Kings Cross, London N1C 4QL

Asia de Cuba, London

Latin-Asian Fusion Brunch at Asia de Cuba in LondonBe transported to an exotic land at Asia de Cuba, a Latin-Asian fusion restaurant with a fun-filled, eclectic Bottomless Brunch. They merge the best of international flavours along with Champagne, cocktails and entertainment from a chino-latino band, a wonderful distraction from the miserable weather outside.

45 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4HX

Peter Street Kitchen, Manchester

Mexican-Japanese Rikyu Brunch at Peter Street Kitchen in ManchesterAnother fusion restaurant, the Mexican-Japanese feast at Peter Street Kitchen is one of Manchester’s hottest tickets. Tucked inside the Radisson Blu Edwardian, the jaw-dropping grand hall and huge stone pillars are the height of glamour. Rikyu Brunch includes gorgeous dishes like sashimi, tataki and sake-baked eggs alongside big plates of chicken and waffles.

Free Trade Hall, Peter St, Manchester M2 5GP

Cottonopolis, Manchester

Japanese Brunch at Cottonopolis in Manchester Northern QuarterHead down to the Northern Quarter in Manchester and get bowled over by the delicious Japanese-inspired Brunch. Try a Wagyu brisket crumpet with sake mustard and poached eggs alongside bottomless Bellini’s, Bloody Mary’s, Mimosa’s or Prosecco.

Newton Street, Manchester,  M1 2AE

Dirty Martini, Birmingham

Dirty Martini Brunch at Dirty Martini BirminghamBirmingham’s swankiest cocktail bar also serves a hearty Brunch feast, brought to you on three tiers and boasting indulgent treats like arancini, buttermilk chicken, vegetable sushi and a range of Martini cocktails on the side. At just £25 per person, it’s a cost-effective way of washing away those post-Christmas woes.

7 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5ST

Gaucho, Leeds

Electro Brunch at Gaucho LeedsRight in the heart of Leeds’ financial district, this slick yet welcoming steak joint does a weekend ‘Electro Brunch’ – expect a warm welcome, free-flowing drinks and a bottomless feast, including a chorizo sausage and chimichurri sandwich and a Latin version of a fry-up.

21-22 Park Row, Leeds LS1 5JF

Absurd Bird, Bath

Southern Fried Chicken in Absurd Bird BathNo one does finger-lickin’ Southern fried chicken quite like Absurd Bird, a vibrant and quirky restaurant that offers a hefty Bottomless Brunch for just £35. Start with dishes like fried pickles, chicken tenders or a spicy southern corn dip before a classic main of waffle with fried chicken and maple or their version of an Eggs Benedict.

20 St Lawrence St, Bath BA1 1AN