A Test Of Egg-Durance: We Found The Bottomless Brunches Over Two Hours In London

90 minutes of free-flowing fizz just not hitting the spot anymore? Fear not, because these epic meal times are promising the biggest, best and, most importantly, longest brunches in London. But length isn't everything, sometimes it's all about bang for your buck. So, alongside all these events being 120 minutes or over, you'll find them fronting everything from entertainment to unlimited food and skyline views. Read on to find out our picks for the best bottomless brunches in London over two hours long.


Jones & Sons

So you've mastered the unlimited drinks thing? How about some unlimited food? Head over to Dalston dining destination Jones & Sons where their weekend bottomless brunch is bringing you the best of both worlds. Fill up on French toast, full English breakfasts, flat-iron steak and eggs, vegan pancakes and shakshuka, washed-down with bloody marys, Buck's fizz and boozy iced tea for £49 per person, or £39 if you're looking to stay on the orange juice. The only rule is that you must finish your plate before the next one arrives. 

Jones & Sons Dalston Bottomless Brunch | DesignMyNight

Get stuck into two hours of bottomless food and fizz at Dalston's Jones & Sons.

Little Nan's Bar

Woke up too late for brunch? No stress, because these bottomless suppers are making an event of your evening meal too. Head down to Little Nan's Bar where they'll be treating you to two hours of bottomless teapot cocktails until 10pm on a school night, as well as tiers of sweet and savoury party snacks (think fish finger sandwiches, pork pies and macaroons all displayed on a three-tier vintage cake stand) to tuck into while you admire their knick-knack-covered walls. An afternoon feast will set you back £49.50 for any time after 12.30pm, and if you're looking for something that extra bit quirky, book in for its Pat Butcher Brunch for an extra fiver. 

Little Nan's Two Hour Bottomless Brunch In London | DesignMyNight

Weeknight brunching just got a whole lot more interesting thanks to Little Nan's Bar. 

The Little Orange Door

Tucked away in Clapham Common is The Little Orange Door, an incredibly cute and quirky bar that also happens to host an afternoon filled with bottomless bubbles for two hours for around £28.50 a head. Decked out like a cosy living room lounge, fronting plush sofas, plump cushions and a selection of eclectic trinkets, it offers a homely vibe for you and your friends to gobble down indulgent delights. Get your hands on stacks of pancakes topped with smoking hot thunder thigh, bacon and chilli maple butter honey, or chorizo and potato hash with baked eggs, served alongside sourdough toast. 

The Little Orange Door Bottomless Brunch Clapham | DesignMyNight

Who's that knocking on The Little Orange Door? 

Urban Food Fest

Lining the streets of Shoreditch throughout the sunny months is the Urban Food Fest, popping up right by the high street and nestled around Truman's Brewery. Tickets to this droolworthy event are £32 per person and include access to two hours of free-flowing Italian prosecco, cocktails and craft beer, as well as a street food dish from one of the on-site stalls. These often include juicy, buttermilk fried chicken burgers, loaded fries and gryos ozzing with fresh fillings. Look forward to outdoor music, games and plenty of fun vibes - what's more, you can even take your four-legged friend along for the brunch-fuelled ride. 

Urban Food Festival Shoreditch | DesignMyNight

120 minutes of Italian prosecco? Say no more. 

The Oystercatcher

For a two-hour-long bottomless brunch in Greenwich, hit up The Oystercatcher, a bright and spacious restaurant spread over two floors and boasting stunning river views. A two-course affair comes in at £38 per head, and for three delicious plates, you're looking at around £42, alongside free-flowing prosecco or bellinis for 120 minutes. Taking place every Saturday, it's serving up starters such us buttermilk fried chicken alongside blue cheese mayonnaise, then mains like ricotta hotcakes, cheeseburgers and a mega brunch stack. Don't mind if we do. 

The Oystercatcher Bottomless Brunch | DesignMyNight

Brunch 'til your heart's content (well, two hours), at this Greenwich spot. 

Chotto Matte

A stylish spot in the heart of Soho and Marylebone, Chotto Matte really knows how to make a meal pop, especially with a three-hour long, bubbles-fuelled feast. Their boozy Rhythm Of The Andes Brunch serves up a fabulous nine-course Nikkei feast for you and your friends, packed with moreish mains like baked rock oysters and pollo picantes, plus a signature dessert platter to finish. As for the libations, you can enjoy 180 minutes of free-flowing Pommery Brut Royal Champagne for £125 per person while mesmerising performances and DJ sets take place. 

Chotto Matte Three Hour Bottomless Brunch London | DesignMyNight

Chotto Matte is offering one of the most colourful long brunches in London.

Serata Hall 

Alongside its sister sites in Brixton and Hackney, Old Street's Serata Hall is one of the best places to head for a tipple-laced afternoon in London. Their two-hour sessions showcase a selection of mouthwatering pizzas, alongside their own takes on some classic brunch bites like spicy ragu or truffle mushroom on toast, while their bottomless drinks include a make-your-own bubbly cocktail kit. All for this is available for £33 per person on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am 'til 6pm, plus there's even Italian doughnuts for dessert. Phwoar.

Serata Hall Bottomless Cocktail Brunch Shoreditch | DesignMyNight
Indulge in delicious Italian dishes and DIY cocktails at Serata Hall.

Shuffle Club

Offering food, booze and plenty of action, this Shoreditch hotspot is home to one of the best two-hour bottomless brunches in London. Head down to Shuffle Club on Saturdays and Sundays where they'll be bringing you endless fizz and draught beer, unlimited slices of steaming hot sourdough pizza and some high-octane shuffleboard for as little as £45 per head. You'll get 55 minutes on the tables, followed by an hour in the bar to finish up your drinks.

London Shuffle Bottomless Brunch | DesignMyNight

Sip, slice and shuffle your way through this excellent brunch.

COYA Mayfair

Fancy four hours of non-stop cocktail action? Mayfair's COYA is offering you that and more with their carnival-inspired affair. One of the longest bottomless brunches in London, the boozy weekend event also offers Champagne (£90 per person with half a bottle of NV Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label or £150 with half a bottle of 2013 Dom Pérignon), alongside a selection of their signature Peruvian plates like baby chicken with yoghurt and tamarind, or beef featuring ají panca and star anise, then a decadent dessert platter to finish. 

Coya Mayfair Four Hour Bottomless Brunch London | DesignMyNight

Carnival vibes and bottomless cocktails collide at COYA. 

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