Bottomless Brunch Shoreditch Edition - 20 of the best brunches in Shoreditch
In this bottomless brunch Shoreditch edition, I give you all the mimosas drinking, chicken and waffle eating indulgent details of the best brunches in Shoreditch including some of the best places to eat in Shoreditch.
From Ping Pong Bounce editions to the deep Southern soul food and a live gospel choir, Shoreditch brunches are a haven for the hungry and hangover. There’s a wide selection of options available if you’re looking for the best brunch in Shoreditch.
What are the best brunch in Shoreditch?
But with so many brunches in the city where do you go to? I’ve rounded up a collection of some of the very best brunches in Shoreditch where you can enjoy a booze-laden, mid-morning treat.
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Bottomless Brunch Shoreditch Edition
The Breakfast Club Hoxton
Just a stroll away from Hoxton Square, this restaurant has been catering to the needs of people in East London and beyond for over ten years. Their Saturday only bottomless brunch promises unlimited Prosecco, Bucks Fizz and dishes from their brunch and bringer menu for £35.
This Breakfast Club is three times as big as the other locations with the large tables can seat up to 20 people. There is also a semi-private area that can seat about 35 people and lots of space for big parties. The Breakfast Club Hoxton is your go-to.
Make sure to book in advance as if you’ve ever been any of the other Breakfast Clubs around London, you already know that waiting can be anywhere from 10 minutes to a 1 hour on weekends.
2-4 Rufus St, London N1 6PE, thebreakfastclubcafes.com
Ballie Ballerson Ball Pit Bottomless Brunch Shoreditch
Ballie Ballerson Ball Pit is a relative newcomer to Shoreditch, but it got one thing right - it knows how to put the f in fun and craters to the overgrown adult children of East London.
Feasting on unlimited Prosecco and pizza is one thing, but prancing around for some rain coloured balls in a ball pit in a giant space is quite another. Ballie Ballerson is an amazing joint because it offers both activities plus a boozy brunch. On your visit to this joint, expect a great time of fun with music, great food and drinks, and lots of ball-pit fun.
97-113 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3BS; ballieballerson.com
Red Rooster Shoreditch - Red Rooster Gospel Brunch
For those in need of a little blessing from Saturday nights debauchery and bad tinder dates.
Like its twin in New York, Red Rooster’s Shoreditch menu is a celebration of America’s southern soul food, with a blend of panache. Also, Sunday brunch here is accompanied by a gospel choir. Yes, you can sip on your Bloody Mary well enjoying London’s alternative Sunday service (I told you, you’d get some blessing).
House specials such as fried yard bird with herb-roasted chicken joined by Brick Lane fish fry, shrimp ‘n’ grits, devil eggs, and chicken ‘n’ biscuits are served for brunch.
45 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3PT ; thecurtain.com
The Book Club
The Book Club is a lively spot that appeals to the needs and tastes of different people. If you’ve never been to The Book Club before, it is a unique place on a Friday. However its brunch menu is deceptively simple covering all the classic brunch items like pancakes, full English, huevos rancheros, fried chicken burger or avocado on toast, you can also try their full veggie breakfast.
100-106 Leonard St, London EC2A 4RH; wearetbc.com
Clutch Chicken Shoreditch
Home of guilt-free dishes, Clutch uses the freshest ethically sourced ingredients for their dishes, their offerings are packed with all the punches and flavour that makes for a great feast.
Clutch appeals to the brunch taste of people who like fried chicken. They cook all the food with groundnut oils, so they don’t burn.
The foddering at Clutch Shoreditch is one for the connoisseur of fried chicken.
4 Ravenscroft St, London E2 7QG; clutchchicken.com
Flight Club Shoreditch
Make the most of your time in London by stopping over at Flight Club for everything from the eight types of brunch pizza to build-your-own mimosas and darts. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a private brunch time or organise a big brunch party, Flight Club is your go-to spot in Shoreditch.
2A Worship St, London EC2A 2AH; flightclubdarts.com
Dirty Bones Shoreditch
A low-lit, intimate space with plush velvet banquettes, exposed brick walls, and Brooklyn-themed interior, Dirty Bones Shoreditch is your go-to for a truly dirty brunch. Enjoy slow-cooked short rib with egg on crumpets or buttermilk fried chicken with waffle. Feast on any of three free-flowing cocktails, including a Bloody Mary, Lexy a vodka and Prosecco mix and Hip Monkey. Dirty Bones is your ideal spot for a mix of everything bottomless.
1 Club Row, Shoreditch, London E1 6JX; dirty-bones.com
Sunday Brunch in London - Bounce Old Street
Offering the ultimate balanced breakfast, Bounce has created the perfect formula for a zero-calorie dish, providing bottomless pizza, bottomless Prosecco, and bottomless ping pong. It is a great spot for a big birthday brunch.
241 Old St, Hoxton, London EC1V 9EY; bouncepingpong.com
London Shuffle Club
Shuffleboard game and popular Tudor pastime that was so much fun people stopped going to work. They banned the game because of this. But old things become new again, and Shuffleboard is back in vogue.
And this is good news, so if you’ve got the weekends off work, and can devote a few hours to a bottomless brunch, which includes unlimited Prosecco top-ups and a free-flow of full English breakfast pizza, and half-hour shuffle-boarding. You’ll be in vogue too.
4 Ebor St, London E1 6AW; londonshuffle.com
Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
If you’re a fan of whiskey-based cocktails, some cracking beers, alco-shakes. Then the Blues Kitchen bottomless brunch with its soul food menu may just be for you. You won’t be needing dinner after feasting on their smoked BBQ meats, cornbread with honey butter, hefty burgers, and live lobsters.
134-146 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3AR; theblueskitchen.com
Awarded as the best new café in London by Time Out London, Lantana is a must stop for weekend warriors. Enjoy wild mushrooms with white beans hummus on toast, mimosas and coffee, bubble ‘n’ squeak with Cumberland sausage, and unlimited Prosecco for only £30.
2, Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Rd, London EC1Y 1HQ; https://lantanacafe.co.uk/lantana-cafe-shoreditch/
This low-lit joint adds spice to fusion cuisine, especially as most of the food on their menu costs less than £10. You should try the Korean croquette with cheese sauce and chilli dressing. For or £32, you can get a bottomless brunch of Prosecco, Aperol spritz, boozy slushes, and a brunch dish.
They have re-brand as Raspsa and moved to Kinilaw Buko.
100 Hoxton St, London N1 6SG; 100hoxton.com
This restaurant is a vibrant slice of Peru, with a blend of fun and colour, with zingy flavours galore. This is one of my favourite restaurants in Shoreditch.
Visit Andina Shoreditch to enjoy its combination of sweet potatoes and whipped cream with seasonal fruits, or avocado and eggs with sourdough toast. Also, you could also go full-on South American with a variety of juicy grilled meats, street-food, hearty classics, and tangy ceviches.
I highly recommend the corn and pork tamale with eggs from the brunch menu.
You can even order a whole suckling roast pig here! This is normal to have as a service in many South American restaurant and is really tasty 😋.
1 Redchurch St, London E2 7DJ; cevichefamily.com
The welcoming staff at this free-range chicken destination are a treat, but Bird Shoreditch offers so much more. If your indulgence is for a brunch blow-out that pummels your hangover into submission, Bird Shoreditch offers you a specially prepared warm, quick, and un-judging menu.
Start your daytime treat with a Bird sparkling Prosecco before feasting on the chicken in a bun, chicken on waffles, or chicken in a bun made of waffles.
And if all that chicken was not enough, you can grab a dessert like their deep fried waffle with ice cream. I said they had an un-judging menu.
42-44 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8DA; birdrestaurants.com
This all-day restaurant offers a blend of classic diner chic with a unique trendy edginess, making it a great Shoreditch brunch spot. Cobb salad, lox and eggs, salt beef hash, and everything NYC brunch classics with avocado toast and a buckwheat pancake stack for your dining pleasure.
81 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HU; hoxtongrill.com
Featuring an outside terrace, a large tapas bar area, and an 80 cover restaurant, Camino has plenty of space for real Spanish action. Like its other iterations in Kings Cross and Monument and Bankside, the Shoreditch venue offers an extensive tapas menu, which features everything from Spanish cheese and home-cut jamon to seafood like octopus and baby calamari, alongside a few signature dishes.
Camino is your ideal spot if you are craving delicious tapas, as you’d get to enjoy chorizo, Cava, Arroz Negro and Patatas Bravas. Drinks here include lots of cocktails and imported beers from the peninsula.
2 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3BL; camino.uk.com
The first thing you’d notice about this restaurant is its Bombay inspired decor. Dishoom Shoreditch is more than just a brunch spot – it is a phenomenon. The combo of excellent cocktails, home-style cooking, and vibe retro surroundings especially appeal to the East London crowd. Its brunch offering is unique and appeals to someone looking to try a non-traditional brunch menu with its bacon naan and spicy scrambled eggs.
7 Boundary St, London E2 7JE; dishoom.com
Smoking Goat Shoreditch
Much larger than the now-closed Smoking Goat restaurant in Soho, this joint stays true to the original, offering affordable seafood and Thai barbecue. The breakfast menu includes curried saffron eggs and beef sausage, fried egg and chilli roti. Wash your meal down with Thai-style Bloody Mary or Vietnamese-style coffee.
64 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JJ; smokinggoatbar.com
Jones and Sons
This multifunctional bar-restaurant offers some of the best to Shoreditch creatives from breakfast till bedtime.
You can brunch on the likes of full English, French toast with bacon, blueberry pancakes and Eggs Benedict on Saturdays. On Sundays, you can feast on a roast lunch served with burgers and Josper-grilled steaks which you can get for £16.50 for two courses and £18.50 for three courses.
2G, stamford works, 3 Gillett St, London N16 8JH; jonesandsonsdalston.com
Rascals Boozy Bottomless Brunch Shoreditch
The brainchild of Ballie Ballerson, this joint is really bottomless. The focus of this Saturday brunch spot is boozy, uninhibited fun.
Upon your arrival, Buck’s Fizz greets you, and you’ll never run dry. The bottomless espresso martini is up next.
Then the games begin, then utter debauchery follows. The truffle linguine with meatballs ought to be your saviour as it is served somewhere around the halfway mark of the non-stop drinking. If you’re looking for fun with you boozy bottomless brunch in Shoreditch, then look no further than Rascals.
97 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3BS; londonrascals.com