London’s Best Luxury Brunch
If you’re looking for the best luxury brunch spot in London you’ve come to the right place! If you want your surroundings to be a little glitzier, top notch service and a far more lavish affair, then look no further than our pick of London’s best luxury brunches.
Amaranto Restaurant at The Four Seasons, Park Lane
Located within the stunning Four Seasons Hotel, brunch at Amaranto is sure to impress. With over 50 items on the menu, you are sure to find the perfect brunch dish for you coupled with top-notch service at very reasonable prices. Soak up the atmosphere with a bellini (or two), and if you only choose one thing, make it the waffle with berries, syrup and orange ricotta – it’s divine. BOOK NOW.
Slow Brunch at The Rosewood London
Because Sundays are made for taking it slow, where better to savour your day of rest than the stunning 5* Rosewood Hotel in Holborn. You’ll be sampling the crème de la crème of unlimited ethically sourced local produce, including juices from Chegworth Valley, cheese from Gastronimica and meat from Chef and Butcher. Wash it all down with a glass of Nyetimber Classic Cuvee Champagne and you’ll be sure to want to come back every Sunday. Be sure to visit the quaint farmer’s market at the hotel before you leave and we highly recommend the gorgeous poached duck eggs.
From £60 per person. BOOK NOW.
Sunday Champagne brunch at The Landmark London
For the ultimate brunch blow-out, head straight for The Landmark in Marylebone. Enjoy live entertainment as you tuck into the unlimited champagne and an endless array of dishes. Start with home made pastries and French toast, then soldier through courses of salad, seafood, roast beef and amazing array of sumptuous desserts. They even have a sushi section! We defy you to leave hungry. £90 per person. BOOK NOW.
The Montagu at Hyatt Regency – The Churchill
You’ll be simply spoilt for choice at The Montagu with the fantastic selection of food and unlimited Pommery champagne on offer. And what better to accompany your feast than toe-tapping tunes from the 20s, 30s and 40s? With a focus on Italian and American cuisine, you’d be crazy not to save room for a slice of New York cheesecake. The make your own Bloody Mary station is also a highlight.
£65, with 50% off for children under the age of 12. BOOK NOW.
The Northall at Corinthia London
Dine in style and be transported back to the roaring 20s with a live jazz duo. Take your eggs truffled, your oysters with just the right amount of merlot vinegar, and make room for the Raspberry pavlova. Either throw caution to the wind with free-flowing Laurent-Perrier, or make it a Sunday you’ll remember with a single glass. From £45. BOOK NOW.