Balham's multi-use and fun space The Exhibit turns their hand to brunch over the weekend. Going all out on the bottomless offerings, you can opt for free-flowing beer (£20), Bubbles (£18), or cocktails (£20), as well as unlimited pizza for an extra £15 - if you don't know your limits, this may just be your new favourite Saturday spot.
Ideas For A Cheap Brunch in London
London has been gripped by brunch fever; there doesn't seem to be a cafe, restaurant or bar that isn't suffering from the epidemic. Not that we're complaining. But why should the fun stop the week before payday? Read our recommendations for affordable brunches in London that won't break the bank and will ensure you can continue with your avocado toast and 6pm hangovers right through the month. We wouldn't have it any other way.
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Arguably one of London's most beautiful venues, Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings is decked out with green botanicals, a long sweeping marble bar and a roaring fire for the winter months. The menu here is split into sweet and savoury dishes, with the option to add daily-changing mimosas for an extra £18.
Stepping into North London's Bobby Fitzpatrick is like stepping into a 1970s time warp. A wonderland of vintage prints, retro memorabilia and neon lights, you can enjoy a whopping seven-course feast alongside free-flowing fizz for only £35.
The Book Club may be better-known for its quirky club-nights, but it's also worth checking out this places' super-cheap brunch menu. Enjoy a house hash, full English or fried chicken crumpet all for less than a tenner. Opt to visit here between 3pm and 7pm and you'll only pay a fiver for your cocktail too.
When it comes to affordable food in London, El Vino has you covered. Check out their stunning locations from Blackfriars to Masons Avenue, London Bridge and beyond; where you'll find Spanish style tapas plates, thirst-quenching wines and charming interiors.
Some mornings you need a pick me up in the form of whacking brunch plates, and on those mornings,you need Dirty Bones - the NY-inspired diner known for its epic portion sizes. Grab a cocktail and tuck into the likes of a mac 'n' cheese topped burger, pancakes and hot dogs, or opt for hair of the dog and add bottomless cocktails for only £22.
A bottomless brunch that won't break the bank? Cabana are serving up a delicious two-course feast of churros, breakfast burgers and Bazilian French toast alongside 90 minutes of booze for just £35. Simply head to one of their colourful restaurants around London and get your weekend off to a raucous start.
Close to Hampstead and sporting all sorts of traditional English vibes, The Flask is a British boozer full of charm. Offering a selection of dishes that break away from the usual sausage and eggs offering, you can dine on mushrooms and truffle oil on toast or a beer-battered cod sandwich for only £8. The perfect pit-stop for a winter walk on the Heath.
Uber-sleek eatery Mommi is bringing a Perunivan-twist on classic brunch dishes to Clapham with a hearty three courses and bottomless fizz for less than £35. Choose from dishes such as sashimi caesar salad, Latin Benedict royal and churrasco steak and eggs every weekend from 11am.
Offering one of the best boozy brunches in London, head to Islington's Humble Grape for an day of tasty food and plenty of tipples as you can add two hours of bottomless bubbles or wine to your meal for just £15.
Found the edge of Finsbury Park, The Naturalist is a cheap brunch destination with impressive views over the West Reservoir. The pub has all you need for your morning fix, including poached eggs, haddock smokie and turkey schnitzel to be enjoyed indoors or on the terrace.
Cute-as-a-button Map Maison are delving into the world of bottomless brunch with this more than affordable offer. Head here on a weekday and enjoy their signature pretzel bun with pulled pork along with free-flowing cocktails for £29.
For only £30, Flight Club in Shoreditch and Bloomsbury are packing a whole lot into their cheap London bottomless brunch. Join the venues for endless pizza, a bottle of bubbly per person and half an hour with the darts board.
Sticking to your budget? Check out Brewhouse & Kitchen in Islington where spicy bean burgers, BBQ pulled pork and oozy mac and cheese come in at pocket-friendly prices. Paired with cheap cocktails, G&Ts, beers and ciders, this is one that won't break the bank.
Head over to Hoxton every Saturday where Cocotte is promising one of the cheapest brunches in London. For less than £20 you'll be sorted for two courses of delicious food, including sweet and savoury waffles, as well as a cheeky cocktail to wash it down.
Belushis Greenwich is so much more than your average sports bar, offering guests a winning start to the weekend with their cheap boozy brunches. And if you're looking for somewhere to stuff your chops in West London? Be sure to swing by their Hammersmith outpost.
With venues in Haggerston and Bethnal Green, there's nowhere better to spend those hard earned brunching bucks than at Arepa & Co. Serving up a great array of Venezuelan cuisine, their menus offer more than your money's worth, with tasty eats and great drinks.
Put a southern spin on your affordable London bottomless brunch as Absurd Bird cook up three courses of hearty burgers and fried chicken. For £35, gorge on the American-inspired food along with bottomless prosecc, Hooch or beer at their Soho outlet.
Renowned for hosting some of the best boozy brunches in London, Supa Dupa Fly are helping you to dance your way into the weekend without a hefty bill. Head over to one of their parties and you'll find bottomless drinks, brunch dishes and a party vibe for a decent price.
Head over to Bankside where Sama offers a stunning two course bottomless brunch every Saturday, and the best part? It's just £25. With 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco or white Sangria, all you have to worry about to choosing which of their delicious menu items to soak it up with.
Not just an affordable brunch in London but also a brilliant bingo game, The Candlemaker plays hosts to one of the city's wildest Saturday mornings. Head to the Clapham pub as Tina Turner Tea Lady leads things with her hilarious game, served with sides of breakfast plates and bottomless prosecco.
Looking for a cheap brunch in London? If you're lucky enough to find yourself in Surbiton you can stop by Megan's at the Post Office, a wonderland of stylish plates with a Turkish twist, magical interiors and some delicious cocktails.