Swanky Mayfair spot COYA knows a thing or two about throwing a raucous knees up, and Saturday afternoons are no different. The ultimate premium brunch experience, £150 tickets include three hours of bottomless Perrier-Jouet Champagne, as well as live DJs, entertainment, surprise shots and a mouth-watering menu of classic mid-morning dishes.
The Best Champagne Brunches In London
How do you like your eggs in the morning? With a side of Champagne? We thought as much. Whether you're looking for a decadent way to mark a special celebration, an extravagant girls day out or just a weekend treat, London's luxury hotels and restaurants offer a range of mouth-watering brunch menus accompanied by free-flowing fizz. Complete with sky-high views, award-winning food and live music - these venues will kick off your weekend in the best possible way. So, if you're feeling fancy, check out DesignMyNight's guide to London's best Champagne brunches. Cheers.
Enjoy brunch in one of London's most decadent restaurants at The Rubens at The Palace Hotel. Located on Buckingham Palace Road in the heart of SW1, diners can opt for either a continental buffet, or full English selection, as well as a range of sparkling cocktails and premium Champagne.
One of London's most-famed sky-high restaurants, Aqua Shard's Champagne Brunch includes three courses and half a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Lable fizz. Choose from eggs benny, fluffy pancakes or juniper smoked salmon before feasting on the hearty Shard full English breakfast, or lobster thermidor. The place of daytime date dreams...
The four-course set brunch menu at Helix includes a glass of Champagne and panoramic views of the capital. Nab a window seat and feast on upmarket twists on classic dishes, think baked butterbeans with smoked paprika and poached eggs, or Hereford bavette steak and eggs.
Teaming up with the party people at Veuve Clicquot, the St James bottomless brunch includes as much of the yellow labelled fizz as you fancy, as well as two courses of comfort food bliss. Boasting some of the best views in the biz, this boozy brunch costs only £45.
Located on the edge of the River Thames, Sea Containers offers the perfect waterside spot for some serious brunch action. Opt for the likes of The Egg Sammy (egg, crispy bacon, cheddar and avocado on a brioche bun), a classic shakshuka or the Sea Co mac and cheese, washed down with a bottle of Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée, because why not?
Bringing their quirky interiors, non-stop nonsense and winning cocktails to West London, Callooh Callay is promising to add a touch of class to your weekend proceedings with their offer of a bottomless Champagne and oyster brunch. Starting your morning with free-flowing Moët & Chandon? After that, the world's your oyster.
Serving up a constantly changing seasonal menu carefully curated by head chef Blaine Duffy, Bistrotheque is one of London's most forward-thinking brunch spots. Every Saturday and Sunday the resident pianist, Xavior, plays a selection of pop hits, best enjoyed with a glass of Champagne Gaston Chiquet and a plate piled high with soft shell crab benedict and spiced hollandaise.
A charming Covent Garden tea house and restaurant styled on the luxury dining rooms of 1930s Taiwan, XU is the perfect spot for those looking for something a little different. Their nine-course Far East inspired tasting menu can either be paired with selection of cocktails, teas or bottomless Champagne.
The number one hangout for London's most famous faces, Chiltern Firehouse is known for its five-star service, discreet settings and sumptuous menus. Serving up tinged-pink glasses of Champagne Billecart-Salmon Rosé, the brunch menu here is made up of smaller sharing plates, classic egg dishes and luxury sides (no visit is complete without a portion of the black truffle and cheese fries).
Hopping over the pond from their original outpost in New York City in 2018, Red Farm is showing Londoners how to do brunch, Big Apple style. Grab a cosy red-chequered booth on a Sunday and enjoy a feast of melt in the mouth dumplings and unlimited Champagne for only £60 a head.
Dim Sum Sundays at Hakkasan are a decadent affair. Served between midday and 6pm every Sunday, diners are treated to a six-course menu of some of the best Japanese food in the biz, washed down with two cocktails and half a bottle of Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne.