Sunday sessions

3 South Place

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, or call 020 3215 1270.

100 Wardour St

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.

Kensington Place

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. 

Launceston Place

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!