With dart boards, interactive scoreboards and plenty of fun games on hand, a weekend visit to Flight Club is always a memorable experience. But its the food we're interested in. Serving as much pizza and glass-after glass of prosecco as you can handle, the venue's fun atmosphere and carefree approach puts it near the top of any list about bottomless lunch in London.
Bottomless Lunch in London
While everyone's been dreaming about smashed avocado and the perfect hollandaise sauce, London's many lunch spots have been busy creating the perfect weekend experience. Step aside brunch, the good, old-fashioned bottomless lunch is back. We're talking about huge slices of pizza, hearty burgers, seasoned cuts of steak and, of course, all the booze your stomach can handle. Though we know the risk of gout is high and that your plans to be beach-body ready might take a hit, it'll all be worth it. Here's our list of the best bottomless lunch in London.
Bounce might be famous for being the home of Ping Pong, but it's their great bottomless lunch in London that steals the headlines every weekend. Bored of the usual suspects you'd expect to find on a normal brunch menu, they instead offer their guests a number of freshly-made pizzas that are all topped with the finest ingredients they can get their hands on. If that wasn't enough, there's an endless supply of ice-cold prosecco for guests to gulp down.
Ping Pong in St Katharine's Dock is serving up all the goodies in limitless form. Head to the restaurant for unlimited menus, dim sum making lessons and a quirky and cool atmosphere.
Head to Sama Bankside every Saturday and you'll find a tasty bottomless brunch waiting for you. Tuck into a delicious selection of plates including chicken skewers and vegan pizzas, washed down with 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco or white sangria.
There's bottomless, and then there's Pizza Pilgrim bottomless. Tickets for their 90-minute spectacular include free-flowing prosecco or beer, along with as many slices as you can manage. For the weak of heart, this one is not.