It's all about the entertainment at the West End outpost of Bunga Bunga and brunch is no exception. Expect Italian-style eats alongside wacky live performances as you work your way through free-flowing frizzante and bellinis.
Bottomless Brunch in Covent Garden
Let's face it, weekends just aren't the same if they don't include a little boozy brunchin'. Free-flowing bubbles? Perfectly cooked eggs? We'll take it all. From classic menus soaked up with flowing cocktails to quirky restaurants bringing global twists, here's our complete guide on where to find bottomless brunch in Covent Garden.
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Perfecting the art of bottomless brunch, Inamo offers you not only bottomless drinks, but also an unlimited supply of food. Choose between Korean BBR ribs, bang bang cauliflower and spicy salmon gunkan... or have it all.
If you like your brunch with a Mexican edge, then Cantina Laredo is the place for you. From their iconic guacamole prepared at your table through to bottomless drinks and four courses including crispy chicken tacos, blue corn quesadillas and steak skewers, this is a real brunch.
A visit to Roka is truly an experience and their Han Setto brunch solidifies this. Plying you with never ending prosecco and wine, as well as, signature cocktails, sushi, veg and dishes fired up on the robata grill, this is a top choice for brunch in Covent Garden.
One of the best brunches in Covent Garden, head to the first UK branch of Mark Wahlburg's notorious burger joint for the chance to feast on an epic brunch spread of delicious burger or sandwich, a mouthwatering side and bottomless fizz or Wahlbrewski beer for just £25.
Head to Maiden Lane for weekend feasting centred on BBQ and booze. Pairing flowing bubbles, frozen mojitos and Big Easy-branded brews with limitless BBQ or half a lobster smothered in garlic butter, this is one that'll get your tastebuds tingling.
Weekends really aren't complete without a little bottomless brunching and St Martins Lane Kitchen knows it. Offering a classic spread, you can expect all the traditional favourites; from pancakes topped with maple syrup and crispy bacon to poached eggs on sourdough.
A Japanese izakaya-style spot, Flesh & Buns brings an quirky twist to their Sunday brunch menu. Whether you opt for bottomless wine or prosecco, you can tuck into dishes from Korean fried wings to seafood ceviche before moving onto their signature buns and kinako donuts.
Connoisuer of all things meaty, Neil Rankin serves up the best in barbecue at his Covent Garden restaurant. Head down on the weekend where house-butchered steaks join feasting plates with bottomless mojitos, cosmopolitans, margaritas, bloody marys and more.