I went on a bottomless brunch once, we broke a couple of glasses of prosecco, left in a hurry and spent the rest of the afternoon in Wetherspoons; while that may sound perfectly dandy to me, i'm sure some folks are after a lil' something more when it comes to their boozy brunching. Unrivaled when it comes to midday hedonism and late morning meals, we've curated a list of some of the most unusual brunches in London. Because for you, bog standard just wont do. Pinches cheek then makes haste.
Darts and Brunch at Flight Club
Eating food, chugging drinks, and throwing small sharp implements about the joint. If you're partial to darts and dishes alike, try this quirky brunch on for size. Churning out a bottle of prosecco per person alongside plates, games, dart boards and music alike, Flight Club's brunch is an eye opener come the late AM. The more drinks, the better you'll aim?
Tattoos, Boozing and Brunch at Hip Hop Brunch
I've collected a nice ol' bunch of tattoos in my time, but never have I been able to booze while doing it (whether I had alcohol in my system though, that's a whole other matter). One of the most rowdy brunch events in London, and tailored to you hip hop heathens, Hip Hop Brunch not only promise hearty plates of grub, there's drinks, karaoke, DJs and tattoo art to boot. Get dr-ink-ed?
Brunch and Buns at Flesh & Buns
We're pretty devoid of eggs on this list, but we're more than full of flesh. Host to some of London's most delicious, and out of the ordinary brunch plates, Flesh & Buns promises guests edamame, signature buns, unlimited drinks, dessert, chips and dips every Sunday. Get your buns, hun, as Flesh pack the space out with a Sunday, boozy buzz.
Brunch in Wonderland at Christabel's
You're mad, you're crazy, you're oh so bloody kooky. And let's be honest, you're craving something different. Hosted at a secret London location, with the charming Christabel herself in tow, this Mad Hatter inspired banquet-brunch promises delicate plates, cocktails, coffee, giant playing cards, vintage music and more. It's down the rabbit hole for you.
Brunchin' in the East at Kouzu
Say sayonara to yer basic brunch, as Kouzu are churning out Japanese jewels to gorge on come Sunday. Coming in at just £20 for two courses, Kouzu needn't egg you on with brunch dishes of old, as guests can indulge in the likes of sushi, seared duck breast, wagyu beef and more at this no frills yet fancy eatery.