Looking for a bottomless brunch that won't break the bank? Scarpetta Restaurant in Canary Wharf holds a free-flowing prosecco offering on weekends and bank holidays for £25 a person, where you'll get to chow down on all kinds of delicious Italian fare.
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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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.
Over at Bermondsey's The Last Talisman, you can bag a decent brunch spread for a bargain price on the weekend, or opt for a bottomless affair. From £8 miso-flavoured avocado on toast to East Asian shakshuka for as little as £9.50, this one has us drooling at the thought.
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 classic package coming in at just £29.50 per head.
Balham's multi-use and fun space The Exhibit turns their hand to brunch over the weekend. Going all out on bottomless brunch, you can opt for any dish, like eggs royale or benedict, alongside free-flowing bottled beer and selected cocktails for £35 per person. This may just be your new favourite Saturday spot.
Head over to Twickenham for this cheap London brunch. Not only is The Stables Cafe at Orleans House offering you some truly lovely surroundings, but the kitchen is cooking up a number of seasonal, and wallet-friendly brekkie baps, sourdough toasties and tasty bowls.
Ain't nothing like a Ballie Ballerson bottomless brunch in Shoreditch, so grab tickets to their vibrant feast starting from £25 per person. Sip on unlimited pornstar martinis or spicy margaritas with your bestie, and chow down unlimited Neopolitan pizza for two hours while iconic anthems play in the background.
Prince of Peckham is serving up some pretty inventive brunch dishes on Saturdays, from 12pm 'til 4pm. Think buttermilk fried chicken waffles drizzled in maple syrup for £14.50 or a veggie-friendly halloumi version for a pond less. Whatever your preference, these dishes aren't for those who play it safe.
Sunday brunch at No 11 Pimlico Road has to be on your list of hip spots to check out this year. Not only is the inside modern and elegant, but the menu is also mouthwatering. Tuck into shakshuka for £12.50, and light buttermilk pancakes with your choice of topping from lemon curd to smoked salmon at around £13.25.
Found on 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 crab royale, candied beetroot hummus and haddock fish fingers to be enjoyed indoors or on the terrace.
If you're looking for a cheap brunch in South London, head over to SW16 Bar & Kitchen at the weekend for plates of avocado toast and cream-cheese scrambled eggs that won't break the bank. Dishes here come in at as little as £8 for a main, so you'll have plenty left over to put towards your brunch cocktails.
If you've seen Megan's appear on Made In Chelsea, then you know what the fuss is about. If not, allow us to introduce you to your new favourite and affordable brunch spot across the likes of Clapham, Chiswick and Islington. Enjoy a Turkish brunch feast for £14.90, or spend £13.50 on a sweeter brekkie of caramelised banana and honey French toast.
Way up high in Canary Wharf, surrounded by floral decor and overlooking the city, you can enjoy a weekend brunch at a price that won't make your eyes water (but the views might). Think benedict muffins and cheeseburgers, beetroot hummus and sweet treats like brownie ice cream plus churros.
Big Chill Kings Cross is a top pick if you're on the hunt for brunch dishes around a tenner each. Get cosy on the rooftop terrace and tuck into smashed avo, waffle chicken smothered in maple syrup and a breakfast burrito wrap, without burning a hole in your pocket.
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.
From meals with entertainment to adding on bike rides, market shopping and more, Carib and Co Brunch Community Interest Company tickets range from free to £3 to support small businesses, young entrepreneurs and those in need during the cost of living crisis. Expect tasty food, Black-owned businesses and more across these amazing events.