South Place Hotel’s weekly jazz-themed Sunday brunch is one of London's original and best bottomless options. It's great value too, priced at only £22.50 for two courses or £27.50 for three (we STRONGLY recommend the fish pie) with a £15 supplement for bottomless prosecco, Bellinis or Mimosas. To book, please email, 3SP@southplacehotel.com or call 020 3215 1270.
100 Wardour St's bottomless brunch was already the toast of the town, so launching its Sunday sessions was definitely a smart move. You can opt for two courses for £18.95 or three for £22.95, and go wild with unlimited prosecco or bottomless Bloody Marys for just £15 more. There's a live DJ set each week, and dishes include these gorgeous gluten-free pancakes and a seriously special cheese burger.
Islington is one of our favourite parts of town to while away a Sunday, so it's convenient that Almeida does such a storming roast. Tuck into two courses for £20 or three for £25, and treat yourself to unlimited prosecco for an extra £15. Or if there's a big group of you, then our Sunday feasting menu might be in order: served family style, main courses include roasted loin of English pork with quince, root vegetables, crispy roast potatoes and serious crackling, three courses are priced at £33.50, and there's no washing up afterwards, so you're winning!
London doesn't have a monopoly on the unlimited fizz fun, up at our Leeds outpost Crafthouse you can upgrade to free-flowing prosecco with your Sunday lunch for only £10, when you order from its Sunday set menu, opt for a roast or take your pick from its Josper-grilled selection.
A fish restaurant might not be the first place you think of when you're imagining Sunday lunch, but rest assured, Kensington Place in Notting Hill does a mean roast, as well as classics like prawn cocktail and fish pie.
Who wouldn't want a Michelin-Starred Sunday lunch? Kensington's Launceston Place is a place to really indulge. Go for three courses for £40 and enjoy roast beef or guinea fowl with all the trimmings, but don't forget to round off proceedings with Chef Patron Raphael's Sunday signature: waffles with fresh gariguette strawberries and vanilla cream.
Le Pont de la Tour
If you're feeling a little jaded come Sunday morning then it's time for a brisk walk along the Thames, right to the iconic Le Pont de la Tour. Grab a table on its terrace, overlooking Tower Bridge, and go for gold with its bottomless brunch - two courses for £20 and three for £25. Don't miss the brunch burger, and if you're in the mood for a little hair of the dog, then you could do worse than spending £17 on unlimited prosecco.
We've got the recipe for the perfect Sunday: roast beef or eggs Benedict, bottomless Bloody Marys, live blues from Errol Linton, and London's most-Instagrammed view. Basically, Madison has got it going ON.
Quaglino's is the home of Q Brunch every Saturday, which we reckon is just about the sassiest way in town to enjoy your eggs, but did you know it's also open on Sundays for Q Lunch? Two courses are £27, three are £31 and you can add bottomless fizz for an extra £20. It's absolutely fabulous.
Spend your Sunday on your Southbank, taking in an exhibition, a show or maybe a movie, and combine it with a VERY special Sunday roast at Skylon. You can get two courses for £25, three for £30 and bottomless prosecco for another £15. Enjoy!