If you’re looking for the best bottomless brunches in London, read on. Whether you’re after a brunch date or a brunch with mates, a lively party vibe or a hair-of-the-dog hangover cure, we’ve got something to make your morning. And because there’s always too much month left at the end of the money, none of these need set you back more than £35.00.

Best American Brunch: Dirty Bones, Shoreditch, Kensington, Soho

Go full-on New York hangover brunch with Steak & Eggs or Fried Chicken & Waffles, or stay sweet with Buttermilk Pancakes and Blueberries. One word of warning; if you are feeling delicate, be aware they play old school beats and hip-hop.
Available Saturday 11am-3:30pm & Sunday 12 midday-3.30pm.

Price: £22.00 for drinks, when you order one brunch dish (priced £8.00£15.00)
Time: 90 minutes
Drinks: Choice of three house cocktails: Pink Grapefruit Mimosa, Dirty Mary and Hip Monkey, or Dirty Bones lager
Closest Tube: Shoreditch High Street, High Street Kensington, Piccadilly Circus.
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Brunch in London restaurant The Last Talisman; on a wooden bar is a tray with a dish of Shakshuka (spicy tomato sauce and eggs. Next to it are two small buns, a dipping sauce and a segment of lime.
Photo by The Last Talisman

Best Asian-Inspired Brunch: The Last Talisman, Bermondsey

Situated in the heart of Bermondsey Street, The Last Talisman serves Asian-inspired brunch dishes such as Egg & Bacon Bao, Asian Shakshuka and Nasi Lemak – a traditional Malaysian dish of coconut rice and fried chicken, served on a pandan leaf.

Book ahead and you can enjoy bottomless cocktails plus a brunch dish for £35.00 per person.
Add a little magic (and another £10.00) on Saturdays, when they have a magician and mind reader providing live entertainment.
Available Saturday & Sunday 11am-4pm

Price: £35.00£45.00 including one brunch dish (you must book ahead)
Time: 90 minutes, add another 30 mins for £15.00
Drinks: Choice of four house cocktails: Bermondsey Spritz, The Last Highball, Mala Mule and Talisman Bellini
Closest Tube: London Bridge
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Four young women with long dark hair and dressed for an evening out are standing in a ball pit for adults. They are throwing armfuls of balls in the air and laughing.
Photo by Ballie Ballerson

Best Ball Pit, Pizza and Prosecco Brunch: Ballie Ballerson, Shoreditch

Just £30.00 gets you two hours of bouncing around in grown-up ball pits, with bottomless bubbles and pizza for the first 90 minutes. Go VIP for another £10.00 and add pornstar martinis to the mix, plus access to a VIP booth with seats. One of the most fun bottomless brunches in London and a great choice for a girls’ brunch, it’s also good value as food is included in the price.
Available Saturday 11.30am-4.15pm & Sunday 2.30pm-4.30pm

Price: £30.00£40.00
Time: 90 minutes
Drinks: Prosecco (& Pornstar Martinis for VIP)
Closest Tube: Shoreditch High Street, Old Street
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Best Bingo Brunch: The Candlemaker, Clapham

One of the best bottomless brunches in London as far as drinking time goes, this one includes a full three hours of bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas soaked up by American pancakes or a breakfast butty. Hosted by 80s diva-mad Aussie host and burlesque artist Tizzy von Tassel, expect not only old-school bingo but singing, dancing and lots of glitter.
Available: Saturday 11am-2pm

Price: £30.00
Time: Three hours
Drinks: Bloody Mary, Mimosa
Closest Tube: Clapham Junction
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Brunch in London restaurant Amazing Grace; close-up image of an open bao bun topped with smoked salmon and a poached egg and garnish. In the background, out of focus, is a bao bun with bacon.
Photo by Amazing Grace

Best Live Music Brunch: Amazing Grace, London Bridge

Live music from a gospel choir, food from Taiwanese street food legend Mr Bau and what must be one of the coolest brunch locations – it’s in a seventeenth-century church. If that wasn’t enough, this is a great value brunch; ninety minutes of bottomless booze plus a bau bun for around thirty quid.
Availability Saturday 11.30am-4pm

Price: £25.00; food purchased separately (bao priced at £4.60£5.20)
Time: 90 minutes
Drinks: Prosecco, Bloody Mary, weekly specials
Closest Tube: London Bridge
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Best Rum & Reggae Brunch: Ma Petite Jamaica, Camden

A generous 2 hours of proper Wray & Nephew rum punch (iykyk) and a full three-course brunch; this has got to be one of the cheapest bottomless brunches in London – and one of the tastiest. Will you go for jerk chicken wings, saltfish & callaloo fricassee and coconut rum cake? Or maybe pumpkin & sweet potato fritters, buttermilk chicken tenders & bbq pork ribs with fries & coleslaw then a salted caramel chocolate brownie? All this plus a reggae soundtrack for proper weekend vibes.
Availability: Saturdays & Sundays, 2-hour time slots starting at 12 midday

Price: £34.50
Time: Two hours
Drinks: Wray & Nephew Rum Punch, Rum Maria or prosecco
Closest Tube: Camden Road
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Best Drag Brunch: Boss Brunch, Jerusalem Bar & Kitchen, Fitzrovia

The price includes a burger & fries, bottomless bubbles and riotous entertainment from three top drag divas; just be prepared to party. This is a really central location too, great for meeting in a group. Top tip: get there for 1pm sharp, as the bottomless clock starts ticking then.
Availability: Alternate Saturdays 1pm-5pm

Price: £35.00
Time: 90 minutes
Drinks: Prosecco
Closest Tube: Tottenham Court Road
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(Remember, if you are going in a group, it’s best to get one person to make the booking to make sure you are seated together.)

Have fun, enjoy – don’t forget to tag us @LondonCheapo and #LondonCheapo on Instagram with your brunch pics, reels & stories and we’ll post our favourites!

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BIO: Freelance writer, flâneuse and former blogger at London Girl About Town, Amanda is dedicated to sharing the latest on London's restaurants, bars, hidden quirks and general wonderfulness.
Filed under: Eating & Drinking

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