The Best Bottomless Brunches in Nottingham

Billie Manning

Whether you’re starting early and getting ready for a long day of Saturday day drinking, or you’re desperately seeking ‘hair of the dog’ late on a Sunday morning, bottomless brunch is the thing for you. Here’s our list of the best bottomless brunch offers in the magnificent city of Nottingham.

The Alchemist
Down at the Alchemist, dead in the centre of town and yet secretly stowed away, they’re cooking up something rather special for bottomless brunch – rather, boundless brunch as it’s called here. The theme is disco inferno, so you’ll be boogying along to disco tracks in your seat while you chow down on filling dishes like steak and eggs or waffles with eggs and bacon. Any brunch dish plus three cocktails is a very reasonable £25 – and if three’s not enough for you, upgrade to boundless drinks for an extra tenner.

Belgo
If mussels aren’t the first thing that come to mind when we mention the word ‘brunch’, then we don’t blame you. Lucky for us, then, that Belgo has such a delicious and varied menu on offer for those of us who aren’t keen on a bivalve of a morning. Belgo serves up unlimited Prosecco or steins of beer with a 2-course meal from the Taste of Belgo menu, including burgers, salads, risotto and ribs, for just 30 quid a head.
 
Copper
Need a pick me up after a heavy Saturday night out? Copper’s Sunday brunch menu is here to help. With all the breakfast options you could dream of, including an almost obscene number of egg dishes (Colombian scrambled eggs on sourdough with salsa and guac? yes PLEASE) and even some waffle and pancake options, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Make it bottomless with prosecco, bellinis, mimosas, Bloody Marys or even Pimms in the summer.
 
Las Iguanas
Latin American bar and restaurant Las Iguanas has had the bottomless brunch game nailed for a while now, perfecting it into a fine art. There are all sorts of treats on offer from enchiladas to huevos rancheros (and even huevos divorciados…). Since the bottomless brunch offer includes two courses, you can treat yourself to one of their decadent desserts too (think dulce de leche cheesecake… drool), alongside your unlimited prosecco or beer.
 
The Hockley Arts Club
Down at the creative ‘n’ quirky Hockley Arts Club, they’ve moved away from your standard bottomless brunch, instead offering up a bottomless afternoon tea on Saturdays from midday. You’ll get your standard 90 minutes of prosecco as well as their signature iced teapot cocktail to whet your appetite. Food-wise, you’ll be served up some sophisticated sandwiches (think smoked salmon and cream cheese) and dinky desserts – just try not to hog all the macaroons.

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