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As always, it feels like it's been a stone age since payday. In true NGO fashion, we’ve rounded up a few of our fave bottomless brunch spots in London to make sure you’ll be celebrating in style. Whether you’re looking for an absolute steal, a splurge, or you wanna keep it real with standard pricing, we got you.

Why? Because everyone loves a good brunch and you’re lying if you say you don’t. Make it bottomless and we’re sold, ready and waiting for our glass to be refilled to our heart’s content. Name a better duo than Prosecco on tap and great food? We’ll wait.

With summer fading away, we need something to perk up our weekends and take us from sofa slob to socialite. So here are 7 spots sure to satisfy all of your brunching needs along with some foodie faves from the team at NGO Zine.

1. The German Gymnasium, King’s Cross

Unlimited bubbles at £15 goes down a treat, especially when you’re surrounded by interiors as drop-dead-gorgeous as these. The German Gymnasium rotates interior design themes by season - they even paid tribute to Karl Lagerfeld earlier in the year and it was STUNNING.

Who to invite? That friend who really loves interior design.

What we recommend: Exotic chia parfait – coconut, passionfruit & mango chia pudding, passionfruit, mango, banana, coconut almond crunch. *Insert mouth-watering emoji here*

£ = the bubbles are STANDARD, but the food is a SPLURGE

2. Bunga Bunga, Covent Garden/Battersea

One for the fun, creative and wacky minded. Interiors that scream Cirque du Soleil are the perfect accompaniment to a menu that provides for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dietary requirements. What’s not to love?

Who to invite? The extrovert – not for the faint hearted.

What we recommend: Englishman’s breakfast pizza. A pizza topped with breakfast foods like sausage, mushroom and egg? Say no more - SOLD.    


3. ZELA, The Strand

The rainforest-inspired decor only adds to the illusion that you’ve been whisked away to a tropical destination where your only worries are finishing three courses of sushi and seeing how much fizz you can drink in the space of two hours. Where can we sign up?

Who to invite? The friend who lives and dies by palm print.

What we recommend: Wagyu teriyaki 48h. Anything with 48 hours in the title is always a winner. 


4. Bernardi's, Marylebone

Who needs a Bloody Mary to cure a hangover when you can sink into a plush leather seat and feast on eggs, avocado, pancakes and Prosecco? But if you do insist on a cocktail, it may as well be in style sipping along to the beats of a live DJ. 

Who to invite? The festival go-er. The live DJ is sure to keep them sweet.

What we recommend: Vanilla bean pancakes. Candied orange mascarpone, fresh berries & maple syrup (with the option to add bacon.) It really does sell itself doesn’t it?


5. Aster, Westminster

In terms of trends, Aster’s got it covered. Leafy plants in copper pots and floods of natural light - what more could a millennial want? The close proximity to Buckingham Palace makes Aster the ideal spot to take a visiting friend or relative.

Who to invite? The girly girl. Rose gold galore in here.

What we recommend: Smoked salmon is always a must for any starter… Anywhere. Ever. 


6. Bourne and Hollingsworth, Clerkenwell

Plant worshippers rejoice, this one's for you. A plant-filled conservatory exists! A stunning environment is bound to make the food taste even better... and just think of the photos. Feasting on delicious food and unlimited bubbles never looked so good.

Who to invite? The botanical, outdoorsy friend.  

What we recommend: It’s got to be the Full English – they have a vegetarian option too.    


7. Grind, London Bridge/Clerkenwell/Covent Garden

On a budget? No worries - Grind offers bottomless Prosecco for under £15. And even better - the interiors are what dreams are made of. Millennial pink and neon lights are the cutest touch to the warehouse-style building. 

Who to invite? A friend who lives for the gram   

What we recommend: Smashed avocado, poached egg and chilli toast. Did you even brunch if you didn't photograph avocado toast? 


8. Little Nan's, Deptford 

Remember the finger food from children’s parties? Little Nan’s has given it a revamp so we can tuck into disco fries and cocktail sausages free from judgement. Expect to feel more homely than ever surrounded by a hella amount of kitsch décor. 

Who to invite? The quirky friend

What we recommend: Fish finger sarnies with some pineapple & cheese sticks. Who knew this day would come?


You want a themed brunch?

9. Beyoncé Brunch

Calling all single ladies! A bottomless brunch dedicated to Queen B herself is here and ready to give you the most irreplaceable 5 hours you’re ever gonna have. You may end up crazy and drunk in love so don’t let it be the best thing you never had. Ok, we’ll stop now.

Who to invite? The DIVA

What we recommend: Lemonade, to get in the spirit of things. Then go wild with the booze.


A final spot for the thrill-seekers... 

10. UKG Brunch in the Sky 

Let your hair down at one of London’s highest venues as you get down and dirty to some of the biggest UKG names, all with a bottomless cocktail in hand of course. 

Who to invite? The party go-er

What we recommend: We heard on the grapevine that there may or may not be fried chicken. Prayers = answered. 



Let us know your fave brunch spots and how you’re celebrating this payday weekend - leave a comment below!