Best Italian Bottomless Brunch in London

Looking for an Italian twist on some of the brunch classics? Or want to enjoy pizza and pasta at some of the best brunch restaurants in London? There are plenty of great options all across the city, including places with live entertainment and bars. Plus, there are restaurants to suit all price ranges. Try our list of 10 great Italian bottomless brunches to find your new favourite brunch spot. Whether you want live music or bottomless Bellinis and Negronis, there’s something for everyone in London.

1. Cecconi’s, Shoreditch

A marble table covered in plates of prosciutto and pasta, as well as cocktails.

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Cecconi’s offers a daily brunch menu with a huge range of options. You’ll find plenty of classic Italian options, from wood oven pizzas to Cicchetti sides and pasta, as well as classic brunch dishes like eggs benedict. Plus, they have a huge wine menu with options to pair with every dish on their menu. Relax in this lovely Shoreditch Italian restaurant, soak in the modern decor, and enjoy a laid-back brunch with traditional Italian food. They also have a separate dessert menu if you want something sweet to round off your meal.

2. Bottomless Pasta and Prosecco at Osteria Mbare, Clapham

Osteria Mbare serves brunch every Wednesday to Sunday from midday to 4pm. This rustic Italian restaurant offers a great range of pasta dishes, but the real draw is their bottomless Italian brunch. Their “carbs and bubbles” brunch lets you enjoy unlimited servings of the daily fresh pasta dishes, as well as Prosecco, Bellinis and mimosas for only £40 per person. This is a brunch worth trying time and time again so you can experience all the delectable dishes on offer at Osteria Mbare.

3. Brunch at Cantina del Ponte, Tower Bridge

The Cantina de Ponte is a lovely hidden gem that offers brunch every Sunday from midday to 4pm. The classic Italian brunch menu includes toasted bruschetta, fresh pasta and tagliatelle from a cheese wheel, as well as a wide range of fresh sauces. For dessert, you can pick from real Italian gelato, crème brulée, and more, giving you plenty of options. Brunch costs £15 for two courses or £20 for three courses. You can also add a bottle of fizz for £20.

4. Party at Bunga Bunga’s Buff Brunch, Covent Garden

The circus-themed interior of Bunga Bunga, with a striped ceiling, purple lighting and a red stage curtain.

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Bunga Bunga is an exciting venue with a new take on brunch. Every Saturday you can enjoy bottomless Italian brunch in the form of pizza and free-flowing pink Prosecco while taking in a show. The live entertainment includes male burlesque shows, circus acts and cabaret. Prices start from £52 per person, with an hour of pizza, 90 minutes of Prosecco, and dessert. Enjoy the richly decorated interior and get in the weekend spirit with games and prizes.

5. Festa in Famiglia Brunch at Theo Randall at the InterContinental, Green Park

For an upscale brunch, try the Festa in Famiglia brunch. Saturdays are £59 per person for a 4-course brunch along with unlimited Prosecco, Negroni or Aperol spritz. Sundays are £69 per person for a wider menu choice and with great live music. Whichever day you go, you can enjoy antipasti, fresh pasta, and more, including great dessert options. Brunch is served from 12:30pm to 2pm on Saturdays and 12pm to 4pm on Sundays. Be sure to try some of the traditional Italian dishes on the menu, like panzanella and porchetta.

6. The Good Life Brunch by Sette London, Knightsbridge

The round marble bar at Sette with an up-top liquor collection decorated with vines.

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Weekend brunches at Sette are a luxurious affair. Brunch is served from 12pm to 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, and costs £45 for three courses or £55 for four courses, including some shared plates. You can choose from pasta, creamy polenta, lamb, wagyu beef, and more. You can also add bottomless Champagne, either £35 per person for Veuve Clicquot or £165 per person for Dom Perignon. While enjoying the refined and relaxed atmosphere, you can also watch live music from 1pm – 1:45pm and 2:15pm – 3pm.

7. Brunch Bonanza at Conchiglia, Fitzrovia

Spaghetti and meatballs, sourdough pizza and charcuterie with a pitcher of Pimms in the centre.

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Conchiglia serves its brunch bonanza every day from midday to 6pm. This cosy and rustic restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy a relaxed brunch of delicious Italian cuisine. At £50 for two people, you get a huge 2-litre Aperol spritz per person as well as their deli platter or a pizza to share. You can also order pizza, pasta, antipasti and modern Italian dishes. Be sure to try their range of desserts as well, including French toast, cookie dough with gelato, and traditional Italian pandoro bread.

8. Amaranto at The Four Seasons, Park Lane

A thick grilled steak on a wooden slab with sea salt and lemon.

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The Sunday brunch menu at Amaranto offers a great range of fine dining dishes based on traditional Italian recipes. From the chic and sleek interior, you can enjoy everything including seafood, pasta and steak, as well as lighter dishes and desserts. Be sure to try their mango yoghurt parfait for a light brunch treat. If you want to add some bubbles or a drink to your brunch, they offer Dom Perignon Champagne and cold brew espresso negronis.

9. Ave Mario, Covent Garden

The brightly lit interior of Ave Mario, with red booths, white tablecloths and mirrored walls.

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Ave Mario gives a modern and exciting take on a lot of Italian dishes, but doesn’t skimp on the classics. The menu changes monthly to incorporate seasonal ingredients and new ideas, but you can always enjoy plenty of stellar brunch dishes like scrambled eggs with caviar or banana pancakes. There’s also a great range of cocktails, mocktails and wines to help you make your brunch a memorable one. Be sure to try the peach and pear Bellini for a take on the classic brunch tipple. The restaurant itself is bright and unique with Instagrammable décor and a lively atmosphere. Ave Mario serves brunch every day from 12pm on weekdays and 10am on weekends.

10. TOZI, Battersea

Plates of whole fish with sauce, sliced meats and buffalo mozzarella.

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TOZI, situated next to London Battersea Power Station, focuses on the elegance of Italian dining mixed with the theatre of European grand cafes. There are plenty of delicious dishes on their weekend brunch menu, including sticky beef, potato hash, and Lobster Benedict, as well as more traditional antipasti options. They also offer a good range of cocktails and drinks to enjoy alongside brunch.