Best Bottomless Champagne Brunches in London

Champagne is known worldwide as a beverage that brings a premium quality to any occasion. Famously, a sparkling wine can’t claim to be champagne unless it is produced in the Champagne region of France – anything else is classed as a different kind of sparkling wine entirely!

Are you looking to add an element of class to your brunching? There are plenty of locations around London that offer a bottomless champagne brunch option. Whether you’re looking for just a champagne bottomless brunch, you want to accompany it with a meal, or nibbles, or even some live entertainment, we’ve got some great options across the capital to suit your tastes.

A bottomless Champagne brunch in London is perfect for celebrating a big occasion or just an extra-special catch-up with friends. With thousands of restaurants and cafes offering bottomless brunches of different types of cuisine, London has plenty of indulgent and affordable options to suit your mood and budget. 

1. Crazy Bubbles Brunch at Crazy Pizza, Knightsbridge

Plates of pizza with Italian side dishes and glasses of wine.

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Pizza for breakfast? Yes, please – especially with unlimited Champagne! Crazy Pizza’s Crazy Bubbles brunch menu includes three courses, with your choice of their signature pizza and an indulgent Crazy Cake for dessert. As you tuck in, you can enjoy the in-house entertainment of a pizza spinning show and DJ. Served every Saturday from noon – 4pm, this brunch lets you indulge in bottomless Champagne or your choice of cocktails, beer, wine or seasonal sangria. Crazy Pizza’s brunch package includes entertainment and costs £100 per person.

2. NED’s Feast at The Ned, Bank

An upscale buffet with dishes of cheese, crackers, grapes and more at The Ned.

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If you are looking for an indulgent Champagne brunch, you can’t go wrong with Ned’s Feast at The Ned. This Sunday lunch is an impressive affair with an unlimited buffet, and live music performances to entertain you while you feast. Sink your teeth into roasts with all the trimmings, oysters, brunch dishes, vegetarian options and more, plus a variety of delicious desserts. Including bottomless Champagne and entertainment, this feast costs £155 per person. Children under five can eat for free, and children aged six to 12 are half-price.

3. Sunflowers Brunch at Ochre, Trafalgar Square

Finger sandwiches, scones, small cakes and macarons with Champagne on the side.

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Situated within the iconic National Gallery, Ochre showcases the best of the capital’s brunch scene with its irresistible Sunflower Brunch menu. While you listen to live DJs, you can enjoy delicious sharing dishes, including sweet potato, English pea samosas, and Cornish mackerel tacos. For your main, why not choose fluffy American-style pancakes or eggs Royale? Round off your brunch experience with a choice of either a deconstructed Eton Mess or an apple Tarte Tatin — all washed down with free-flowing Laurent Perrier Champagne, rosé or cocktails. Served every Saturday, 10am – 3pm, the Sunflowers Brunch at Ochre costs £65 per person.

4. Nikkei Brunch at Chotto Matte, Soho

Chotto Matte Soho, with gold and burgundy velvet seats and a neon light display on the wall.

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What better way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon in Soho than treating your tastebuds to a Nikkei Brunch and free-flowing Champagne at Chotto Matte? Nikkei cuisine combines Japanese and Peruvian influences to create delicious, colourful dishes. Enjoy a brunch feast of sushi doughnuts, tempura shrimp, seabass ceviche, warm beef fillet tataki or the sushi platter. Dessert options include Mochi ice cream, Brûlée de la Passión and vanilla ice cream with salted caramel chocolate fondant and orange sauce. Available Saturdays from 11am, the Nikkei Brunch at Chotto Matte costs £113.50 per person and includes live entertainment and unlimited Champagne or cocktails.

5. Bottomless Champagne and Live Music at Quaglino’s, St James

A bartender pours Moet Champagne into a glass on a gold-lit countertop.

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The only thing better than dinner and a show is bottomless Champagne brunch and a show! The Bottomless Champagne Brunch at Quaglino’s serves up exactly that. The two and three-course menu options include popular brunch classics such as buttermilk pancakes and Eggs Florentine alongside more substantial offerings like Quaglino’s brunch burger, saffron risotto and a tempting dessert menu. With live music performances or the in-house DJ spinning Brunch classics, you’ll be in a party mood all day long. Served every Saturday, 11.30am – 2.30pm, the Bottomless Champagne Brunch at Quaglino’s costs £80 per person.

6. Weekend Brunch at Aqua Kyoto, Soho

A close-up of sushi and Champagne at Aqua Kyoto.

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Love Japanese food? Head to Aqua Kyoto and enjoy a full bottomless brunch menu with an impressive selection of starters such as miso aubergine, rock shrimp tempura, a sushi platter and chicken karaage. The mains are just as enticing, especially the perfectly grilled sirloin. Enjoy your meal with free-flowing Champagne, themed cocktails, wine or Asahi beer which are promptly topped up. Available at weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays, Weekend Brunch at Aqua Kyoto costs £105 per person; book early to try for their rooftop brunch!

7. Scandal Brunch at Rake’s Café Bar, Liverpool Street

If you’re looking for a way to escape the weekly grind, Scandal Brunch at Rake’s Café Bar serves delicious cuisine and bottomless Champagne each Saturday from noon until 5pm. You can tuck into a tempting menu of smashed avocado on toast with chilli and tomato, pecan waffles drizzled with fennel syrup, and caramel banana parfait with honeycomb or chocolate ice cream. A live DJ, dance performances and party games will entertain you as you feast. Scandal Brunch at Rake’s Café Bar costs £109 per person.

8. Weekend Brunch at King’s House, Chelsea

If you want to feast like royalty, head to King’s House for a Weekend Brunch. Here you can enjoy all your brunch favourites, including spiced crab on toast, green shakshuka, or Eggs Gallinero, alongside a tempting selection of roasts, complemented with bottomless Laurent Perrier Champagne. There are also amazing cocktails on offer, like the pineapple cocktail pictured above or delicious mimosas made with only the best bubbles! Weekend Brunch at King’s House costs £55 per person and is served every Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 5pm (the selection of roasts is only available on Sundays).

9. Searcys Champagne Bar, St. Pancras Station, King’s Cross

Searcys Champagne Bar, situated upstairs in St. Pancras Station, offers a fabulously trendy setting for a delicious bottomless brunch every Sunday. You can choose two courses to enjoy: delicious poached eggs with chorizo, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs or waffles with bacon and maple syrup. If that’s not tempting enough, you’ll also have unlimited Champagne to enjoy as you feast. St Pancras Brunch at Searcys costs £49 per person.

10. Weekend Brunch at The Aubrey, Knightsbridge

The rose-lit interior of the Aubrey with velvet couches and marble tables.

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Situated on the ground floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Weekend Brunch at The Aubrey offers a tempting bottomless brunch with a huge range of dishes, all with a Japanese twist. Choose from tempura baby corn, Irish oysters or BBQ tonkatsu beef rib. The dessert options are just as mouthwatering and include chocolate mochi, purple potato semifreddo and yuzu cheesecake. It’s served up with bottomless house Brut Cuvee Champagne, Minuty rose or Akashi Tai Honjoso Kuro Sake. Served every weekend from 11.30am – 3.30pm, Weekend Brunch at The Aubrey costs £50 per person.

So there you have it, the top 10 bottomless Champagne brunches in London. Why not try some of our suggestions when you’re next in London for a fabulous treat?

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