Dim Sum Sundays at Hakkasan
For an alternative Sunday brunch, visit Hakkasan Hanway Place for ‘Dim Sum Sundays by Hakkasan’.
Served from 12pm until 6pm every Sunday, brunch includes a six course menu of fried, baked, steamed and grilled dumplings, rolls and puffs, salads, main courses and desserts to share.
Brunch costs £58 and includes a cocktail to start, half bottle of Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne, and a digestive cocktail to enjoy with dessert. This is a fabulous way to enjoy lunch on Sunday and try the full Hakkasan experience.
Coya London, Mayfair
For a fabulous Peruvian treat, head to Coya in Mayfair for their new Sunday brunch menu. Starters include a selection of ceviche, beautiful to look at and to taste, and Chicharron, slow roasted pork, smoked chilli and salsa criollo.
From the mains, we high recommend the Arroz Nikkei, Chilean sea bass with rice, limi and chilli; and the Solomillio de Res, spicy beef fillet with crispy shallots, aji rocoto and star anise.
For added theatrically, visit the guacamole station or the Chef Station, where you can watch the chefs prepare the Ceviche and Tiradito dishes. The Coya brunch menu is priced at £36 or £46, with the option to add Unlimited Champagne (£20), Bloody Mary Jug (£25), or Peruvian Punch Jar (£35).
The Northall at The Corinthia Hotel
One of our favourite London hotels, the Corinthia Hotel, is now offering a Sunday brunch in their Northall Restaurant. Three courses are offered with a glass of Champagne for £45, or add in free-flowing Champagne for a total of £75.
Live jazz will be played from noon as well.
The Landmark London’s Sunday Brunch
One of the most luxurious Champagne brunches in London, The Landmark London offers diners unlimited, delightfully chilled Champagne, complemented by a generous buffet of continental charcuterie, Scottish smoked salmon and salads, roasted rib-eye of beef and seared sea bass.
A selection of charmingly decadent desserts will leave your taste buds well and truly tantalised! From 12:30 to 3pm, with adults for £80.
Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill
Pommery Brut Champagne is de rigeur at The Churchill, accompanied by antipasti, crisp salads, traditional British roasts and fresh fish. Polish off one of their delectable desserts to the sound of live jazz.
The Champagne brunch is held between 12:30pm and 3pm with adults priced at £60.
Aqua Kyoto – Infinity Brunch
Visit Aqua Kyoto on Argyll Street on Sundays for limitless Japanese cuisine from the sushi bar, along with a main course and dessert, all washed down with unlimited Veuve Clicquot champagne for £65.
If the weather’s on your side, head to the lovely roof terrace for post brunch cocktails.
*The information here was accurate at the time of writing – make sure you check with each venue before booking.*