Free-flowing booze and colourful plates reign supreme at Inamo's bottomless sushi brunch. With a lengthy menu of all the classics, think tuna maki, bang bang cauliflower and mackerel sashimi, and a choice of house wine, Kirin beer or soft drinks.
Sushi Brunches In London
Sushi brunches are sweeping the capital, leaving a trail of expertly-created maki, nigiri and sashimi for Londoners to feast upon once the weekend rolls around. Whether it's a bottomless brunch, all you can eat buffet or a curated set menu of the finest fish dishes that you're after, these restaurants are on hand (often with prosecco) to give you the perfect end-of-week treat and some stunning Instagram content. Have a look at our top picks of sushi brunches in London, and be the envy of all your followers.
Offering one of London's most decadent sushi brunches, Lucky Cut offers a free-flowing weekend meal of perfectly crafted sushi, alongside pork belly skewers, miso aubergine salad and a selection of decadent desserts, all served within the restaurant's gorgeous interiors.
Taking place each week between 12 - 4pm, it's Sushi Saturday at Maze Grill Park Walk. From a trio of maki through to nigiri and salmon sashimi, Gordon Ramsay's restaurant is great for filling your boots with sushi - plus there's bottomless prosecco to wash it all down.
Blending Peruvian and Japanese cuisine to create a flavour sensation, Mommi are serving up sushi brunches with a twist. The star dish? Latin Benedict royale, with 'pink' yuzu salmon, melted spinach and soft poached eggs, resulting in a delightful breakfast combo.
SUSHISAMBA brunches are a combination of Japanese excellence and Latin-American flair. Chow down on frittatas, ceviche caliente, nigiri selections and mini lobster rolls while guzzling sparkling sake for an authentic cross-continental dining experience.
All you can drink Champagne? We're sold. For £45 a head Sakagura will treat you to bottomless bubbles, house wine or Japanese bloody Marys while you nibble away at assorted tempura, maki sushi, beef teriyaki and yakitori mix. If you're lucky, you may even get to watch all the kitchen action from the robata dining room.