London isn’t short of places to go for a brilliant brunch but finding the best of the new brunch menus can be a challenge. From bottomless sushi to stunning Mediterranean platters, we’ve got it covered in our roundup of the top five best new brunch menus to try in London this month.
What? Bottomless modern Japanese food with an Aussie twist
More details: Pacific’s new Sunday brunch menu is a sushi lover’s dream. Ten new dishes, including creations like Sushi doughnuts and Sashimi tacos, encapsulate the restaurant’s Japanese offering with a fresh Aussie twist, and there’s also a great selection of warm plates like Chicken karage and, in a nod to Executive Chef Shaun Presland’s Aussie roots, miniature burgers with melted mozzarella centres. The food is unlimited but save room for one of Pacific’s Sunday Soothers; a Pacific Mary or a glass of Aussie Jumpin’ Juice wine will go down a treat.
How much? £30pp for unlimited food.
Blueprint Cafe, Shad Thames
What? A three-course Great British brunch with stunning Tower Bridge views
More details: Boasting what is arguably one of the best views of Tower Bridge, the new Sunday brunch menu at Blueprint Café is a feast for the eyes, too. You can opt for two or three courses featuring brunch staples like Avocado on toast as well as sweet and savoury French toasts – the savoury comes with brioche, gruyere, ham and poached eggs, while the sweet option is soaked in fig leaf scented custard and topped with crushed pear. Available 12pm-3pm every Sunday.
How much? £20 for 2 courses or £25 for 3 courses.
What? A Sunday Greek feast that’s perfect for sharing
More details: Sundays are all about sharing at Greek restaurant, Meraki. As well as Greek incarnations of classic brunch dishes, like Rosti (served with crunchy potatoes, sunny side up eggs and black truffle) and Sautéed mushrooms (jumbled with petimezi, grilled cheese and sage), Sundays see the arrival of dishes designed for 2-3 people to share. Grab some friends and load up on Spatchcock chicken or a Celebration leg of lamb for a Sunday brunch the Greek way.
How much? Sharing dishes from £36.
Vintry & Mercer, Mansion House
What? Asian inspired brunch with an unlimited supply of Frizzante on tap, Asian Bloody Marys & Spritz.
More details: Vintry Izakaya showcases the ultimate Asian infused brunch with traditional English classics, and an option to add on bottomless drinks including Frizzante on tap, Asian Bloody Mary’s and Spritz. Grab a bunch of friends and head to City to indulge in their steamed breakfast bao buns and Wagyu beef & Tonkatsu sauce sandwiches, or Royal Benedict or Florentine. For something sweeter, don’t miss their Green tea ricotta pancakes with mixed berries, clotted cream.
How much? Bottomless option is priced at just £15.00 for 1.5 hours; food is available a la carte.
The Ampersand Hotel, South Kensington
What? A Mediterranean inspired brunch in the heart of South Kensington with optional bottomless fizz
More details: The Ampersand’s Apero restaurant is tucked beneath Victorian cellar arches and offers Sunday brunch-ers fresh Mediterranean dishes in a fun, contemporary setting. Guests can tuck into a range of sharing plates and platters including Focaccia, Charcuterie, Black garlic & Gorgonzola risotto and Braised beef cheeks & polenta. You can also opt for bottomless Prosecco, Aperol Spritz and Mimosa cocktails for 1.5 hour for an extra £15 a head.
How much? £22.50pp (minimum of 2 guests) or £37.50 per person with 1.5h bottomless booze.