5 Best East London Bottomless Brunches

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Whether you're there for the avocado toast or the bottomless prosecco, some sensible eggs or some rowdy, bubbly fun, here are some of our favourite spots in East London for the type of brunch that's never ending.

The Vincent

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2 Atkins Square, Dalston Lane, Hackney, London, E8 1FN

The Vincent, the most delightful cosy cafe in Dalston with the most mouthwatering bottomless brunch menu. The Vincent likes to keep things simple and does the simple things very well.   

Enjoy a weekend brunch on their sunny terrace or cosy up with a craft beer or cocktail in the evening. 

For those who like fizz, ‘bottomless prosecco’ each Saturday and Sunday is a real treat, with tons of delicious brunch food options to choose, from their traditional or veggie breakfast to their halloumi hash or avocado on toast.

With plenty of outdoor seating this relaxed, all day bistro is ideal for a London outdoor bottomless brunch. 

Bottomless prosecco - Weekends between 11am & 5pm 


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46-48 Commercial Street, London, E1 6LT 

Whether you fancy Eggs, something Savoury or something Sweet, Hotbox in Spitalfields has tasty bottomless brunch dishes for vegans, veggies and meat lovers.

Their brunch menu is outstanding, including waffle chicken, truffle egg on toast, pork belly benedict, oatmeal pancakes, brekkie burgers and much more. The bottomless drinks is optional for anyone in the party and a two hour booking slot is the maximum stay.   

Be sure to arrive on time as last orders on a weekend are 2.15pm Saturday and 2.45pm Sunday. If you like music, booze and most of all meat, Hotbox is the ideal fun bottomless brunch. 

Two hours of bottomless fun - music, booze and meat 


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2, Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1HQ 

Lantana, a little bit of Oz in the heart of Shoreditch serves up an extensive range of healthy, vegetable, plant based, or meat and fish bottomless brunch dishes. For £36 per person you can indulge in unlimited prosecco or mimosas with any brunch or for a none boozy option £30 a head includes unlimited juice & coffee. 

Bookings for the bottomless brunch at Lantana cafe can be made for any 1.5 hour slot between 8am and 4pm. You can book for a maximum of 1.5 hours and all guests in the party must participate in the bottomless brunch

Famous Aussie brunches: from 8am - 4pm 

Barge East

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River Lee, Sweetwater, Mooring, 98 White Post Ln, Hackney Wick, London  

Barge East, floating restaurant offers a bottomless dining experience like no other. Moored in Hackney Wick, the 118 year old converted Dutch Barge come restaurant boasts a wonderful view of the East London Skyline with a waterside garden terrace serving street food and drinks, the perfect hotspot for socialising. 

Book a 3 course Bottomless brunch at Barge East onboard the restaurant for 90 minutes each Saturday between 12pm and 4pm with bottomless bubbles and bloody Mary’s OR go bottomless at the Barge East Gardens on weekends between 11am and 4.30pm. Enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless beer, bubbly or mulled wine with delicious Street food main meal as part of the deal. 

90 minutes of bottomless beer or bubbles : Saturdays 12am - 4pm (restaurant) or Weekends 11am - 4.30pm (Barge East Gardens) 

Jones and Sons

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Stamford Works, 3 Gillett Street, Dalston N16 8JH 

If you are looking for a posh bottomless brunch in London then Jones & Sons is for you. Famous for their weekend bottomless brunch be sure to book ahead in plenty of time. Keeping it ‘civilised’ is the name of the game at J&S so be sure to dress appropriately and leave the balloons and party table decs at home. 

For £44 a head (boozy brunch option) enjoy unlimited prosecco, G&T, Vodka or Bucks Fizz or £34 a head for a not so boozy brunch. Belgian waffles, vegan pancakes, croissants, full English (chargrilled or vegetarian and eggs cooked every which way you can imagine are just some of the weekend bottomless brunch treats on the menu. 

Civilised bottomless brunch : 2 hour slots Saturday 11-5pm & Sunday 11-1pm