Best Bottomless Sangria Brunches in London

Brunch is delicious all on its own, but bottomless sangria brunch takes on a whole new dimension. Sangria is a fruity, wine-based punch – usually made of red wine, brandy or sherry, fruit juice, sugar and liqueur – that pairs perfectly with brunch of any kind. Whether you’re having tapas, paella or a classic American brunch, a pitcher or two of sangria can give your whole dining experience a real kick!

That’s why we’ve tracked down the best bottomless sangria brunches in London for you to enjoy. Without further ado, here are five bottomless sangria brunch places to try around London, plus photos and menu items to give you a taste (no pun intended!) for each sangria spot.

1. Bar Gansa (Camden)

Five women raise glasses of sangria, smiling around a table of Spanish tapas.

Credit: Bar Gansa

Located in the heart of Camden, Bar Gansa provides a bottomless sangria brunch you’ll be dreaming about for years to come! For just £32.50, sample three tapas dishes – we’d suggest a balance of meats, starches and veggies – alongside an impressive two hours of unlimited sangria or bottomless Prosecco. With a lively atmosphere and wide tables that are great for larger parties, Bar Gansa truly feels like a mini holiday.

Their brunch menu is filled with amazing dishes for all reasons, seasons and dietary restrictions. Vegetarians can enjoy cooked courgettes topped with fried egg, deep-fried honey aubergine and the simple but satisfying treat of pan con tomate (grilled bread with chopped tomatoes). Meanwhile the carnivores can tuck into chorizo sausages with red wine, ham croquettes and even calamari. Perhaps the best part? This brunch is available to book at Bar Gansa on Saturdays and Sundays – just make sure you get through the door by 4 pm!

2. Salvador and Amanda (Covent Garden)

Red and white sangria, tasty tapas and Latin music, all tucked into a casual corner of Covent Garden? Salvador and Amanda offers all these things with their fabulous, authentically Spanish brunch experience every Saturday! You can try the Breakfast Grande package (£21.50) for a three-course meal, or the Breakfast LOCO package (£42.50) for 90 minutes of bottomless sangria (or your drink of choice). Both breakfast options are paired with live entertainment – think Spanish music and flamenco dancing – to start your weekend off right!

The only challenge might be choosing what to order, as the menu is filled with Spanish classics that’re sure to make your mouth water. Try a selection of ham and cheese, jamón y queso, for the table – then tuck into a hearty dish of patatas bravas (fried potatoes) or fresh salmon with shallots and chilli. If sangria isn’t your thing, you can wash it all down with Prosecco, Aperol Spritzes or bellinis. For a fruity and indulgent Spanish brunch, Salvador and Amanda is the place to be!

3. Camino (Shoreditch and King’s Cross)

People crowd around a wooden table covered in brunch dishes, sangria and champagne.

Credit: Camino

On this list of the best sangria brunches in London, we couldn’t leave out Camino. This restaurant genuinely cares about Spanish culture and culinary traditions, and you can sense it in every dish and decoration. Not to mention they have an incredible origin story: the team was driving across Spain in an old mini and decided to recreate their experiences back in London! Today, Camino is full of gorgeous tiling, engravings and antiques that the team has picked up from actual Spanish street markets.

Now let’s get into the brunch. From the full Spanish breakfast with eggs, chorizo, smoked bacon and Catalan white beans to the rich vegetarian paella – a rare find in the world of tapas – Camino’s food is the perfect pregame for a weekend of fun! And speaking of pregaming, be sure to take advantage of the hour and a half’s worth of bottomless sangria, Vilarnau cava or Portobello pale ale. It’s all just £35 per person, with brunch available on Saturday afternoons at Camino Shoreditch, and on both Saturday and Sunday at Camino King’s Cross.

4. El Pirata (Mayfair)

Two people clink glasses of rosé over a table of tapas.

Credit: El Pirata

Understated and classic, El Pirata provides a lovely brunch experience that’s ideal for first dates and family gatherings alike. Sitting in this unassuming yet atmospheric venue, you’ll embark on a culinary adventure of Spanish-Italian seafood, fried potatoes and more than enough sangria to go around. It’s all courtesy of their Mayfair team, who have seen celebrities and diplomats alike walk through their doors – indeed, one of the best parts of brunch at El Pirata is knowing what a storied institution it is.

The brunch itself is also hard to beat. When it comes to tapas, you’re spoilt for choice! Think delicacies like grilled octopus, cured Iberian meats and Padrón peppers cooked with traditional spices. Try the pan-fried chicken thighs and the deep-fried potatoes with rich sauces that have been honed to perfection over the years. Even the Spanish bread and aioli is a sensation! Enjoy it all with bottomless sangria for 90 minutes each Saturday – and at £26 per person, El Pirata’s bottomless sangria brunch is the best deal on this list.

5. Barcelona Tapas (Aldgate)

A small, family-run business, Barcelona Tapas is a lesser-known venue for bottomless sangria brunch, but that’s part of what makes it so magical. You’ll love the warmly coloured decor and glass display cases of Spanish matador and flamenco costumes – and of course, their vast range of brunch offerings, with a few packages to choose from depending on your drink preferences.

If it’s sangria you’re after, go with the Classico Brunch package for £40 or the 1991 Brunch for £45. Both include sangria, cava, Buck’s Fizz and Bloody Mary cocktails, but the 1991 Brunch also offers bottomless passion fruit martinis and espresso martinis – for those who might want a pick-me-up after all that food! And this is one brunch menu you won’t want to miss: eggs benedict serrano, Catalan bread rubbed with garlic and tomato, authentic Barcelona meatballs and so much more. The extras and desserts are particularly impressive here! Order all the sauces your heart desires at Barcelona Tapas, and don’t miss the crema catalana for dessert.