Celebrate that birthday you missed out on, catch up with your favourite five or simply tuck into eggs and endless Prosecco now the pubs are on curfew, with our pick of London’s best and booziest brunches.
As Boris has decided Covid comes out post 10pm, turn your evening soirées into daytime brunch sessions and be home before the sun goes down. London is spoilt for choice when it comes to boozy brunches, from rooftop parties while the sun’s still out to hip hop fuelled experiences in secret locations and Instagammable affairs guaranteed to get a double tap.
Bottomless Brunch at South Place Chop House
For all American fair and decent grub to soak up the bottomless bubbles, bellinis or mimosas, head to South Place Chop House.
Their weekend brunch offering is back after a long summer stint without it and offers delights such as a prawn brioche roll with Marie Rose sauce, avo, lemon and hand cut chippies; a posh fish finger sarnie made with Cornish whiting, mushy peas and tartare sauce; or classic and hearty steak and eggs.
South Place Chop House Bottomless Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, 12 noon – 3.30pm. Two courses priced at £22.5o and three at £27.50.