Margarita Brunches in London

Tired of the usual bubbly brunch? Trade in the prosecco for something a little stronger and shake up your weekend with a margarita-fuelled feast. From Mexican-inspired fare to brunch time kebabs, sushi doughnuts to flame-grilled meat platters, these restaurants are a far cry from the stereotypical eggs Benedict and smashed avocado you're used to. So what are you waiting for? Check out some of London's best margarita brunches and get ready for one hell of a boozy weekend brunch.

For more inspiration, check out our ultimate London brunch guide, here.

Last updated on 23rd January 2020




Ella Canta

2 user reviews 4

For a breakfast that's as beautiful as it is tasty, look no further than Park Lane's Ella Canta. The modern Mexican restaurant is dishing up a gourmet three-course menu of octopus tostadas, fried fish tacos, Suadero-style beef and more. And the icing on the cake? You'll also be treated to 90 minutes of bottomless margaritas. 

Near & Far Camden

105 user reviews 4

Grab the girls and head over to Near & Far for one of the greatest bottomless margarita brunches in London. Not only can you tuck into two hours of free-flowing drinks and tasty Latin American-inspired food but you'll also be getting your hair coiffed by professional stylists at the same time, so you're all sorted for your Saturday night.

BabaBoom Battersea

520 user reviews 5

Get your weekend off to a great start with a trip to award-winning kebab pros BabaBoom. Whether you're looking for a full English in kebab form, a veggie-friendly morning fix or something a little sweeter, you're sure to find it at the Battersea spot - all, of course, accompanied by a daily-changing flavour of the frozen tequila cocktail.

Corazon

56 user reviews 5

Brunch Margarita Flight - 4 Margaritas for £20! and 1 other offer

Spend your Saturday morning munching on beef tartare tostadas, jalapeno cornbread and huevos rancheros whilst sipping from your own margarita flight at this Soho spot. Charming interiors, unusual lime-garnished concoctions - coffee margaritas anyone? - and a choice of table and counter seating make this hidden gem a must for all your brunch needs.

Chotto Matte

6 user reviews 4

Chotto Matte are upping the breakfast stakes with their unique Harajuku Brunch of sushi doughnuts, tempura shrimp and sea bass ceviche. Thirsty? The Japanese Peruvian fusion restaurant is serving up hella potent frozen yuzu margaritas that'll be sure to keep you coming back for more. 

Trade your avocado on toast for a pork belly taco at Santa Remedio's free-flowing brunch. Available every weekend between 10am-4pm, the vibrant London Bridge restaurant is offering a whopping two hours of the refreshingly lime-heavy classic, beer and bubbles accompanied by a menu of authentic dishes such as hibiscus flower enchiladas, huevos motulenos and cinnamon churros.