Darcie & May Green are bringing the best in Aussie cuisine to the Grand Union Canal in Paddington. They're also bringing plenty of Aussie drinking too, with their weekday boozy brunches that give guests one sweet and savoury dishes with unlimited prosecco and mimosas.
Weekday Boozy and Bottomless Brunches in London
Sometimes you just need a drink (or few) to help ease the stress of a busy week. The best solution? A boozy brunch of course, and you needn't wait until the weekend to find some top-notch breakfast goodies with free-flowing fizz. These bars, cafes and restaurants across the city are dishing up fluffy pancakes, avo on toast and full English brekkies with a side of unlimited drinks. So stop your waiting and head on down to one of these weekday boozy and bottomless brunches in London.
Living for the weekend? Check out our guide to boozy brunches in London here.
Take a step back in time with London's own Old Skl Brunch, where you'll be treated to bottomless rum punch and mimosas. These are paired with a delicious two-course meal and the ultimate afterparty of pop classics, lip sync challenges and a prop area for ultimate entertainment.
Relive your youth by bunking off work and heading back to school, as The Schoolhouse offer a bottomless brunch every day until 4pm for £40, with unlimited bubbles. With dishes like the Fatboy Sim, Headmasters Big Breakfast and Mr Benedict, it's a must for nostalgia alone.
A gem in the Brewdog crown, the Seven Dials outpost overlooks the iconic Palace Theatre, giving its guests an unbeatable view for brunchin'. Head over any day of the week and you can pair your craft beer or cocktail of choice with one of their brew-tiful brekkie dishes.
They pride themselves on being a home away from home, so you know MAP Maison are going to pull out all the stops if you drop in for a mid-week brunch. Expect bottomless drinks alongside a menu of sumptuous brunch dishes including the signature pretzel bun pulled pork burger.
The Daisy Green Collection nail the Aussie brunch offerings in their Soho spot, serving shakshuka, smoked salmon royale and fancy bacon rolls in pristine white surroundings. Spot by the slick Noel Street haunt and experience the best of the country's cafe culture in London.
St Martins Lane Kitchen kick the weekend off early with their £35 bottomless brunch offering for two whole hours, Friday - Sunday 12.00pm until 2.30pm. Make sure to pay them a visit next time you've got a day off and enjoy their ample selection of seasonal plates.
Brunch is just what Megan's do, it's their specialty really. Swing by any day and the totally Insta-worthy restaurant will have a menu bursting full of eggs, avo, mushroom and all manner of dishes to accompany your martini, margarita or spritz.
While it's only served until 11:45 (so technically breakfast) an honourable mention has to be thrown over to Dishoom, whose Indian street food staples sound pretty darn delicious. From fluffy naan rolls of eggs and bacon to The Big Bombay, pair with a cocktail and get feasting.
Celebrating eggs, eggs and more eggs, Neil Rankin's Bad Egg place themselves at the forefront of London's bustling brunch scene. Having coined the term 'Frunch' aka Friday brunch, they offer two hours of endless drinks and mouthwatering brunch dishes to kick-start your weekend.
In need of a mid-week pick-me-up? The Ivy Cafe has a beautiful brunch every day with truffle arancini, eggs royale and chips, and smoked salmon with crab and more making up the menu. All of these and more can be paired with a signature Ivy Royale, peach bellini or spritz of choice.