Champagne Brunch in London

A lingering weekend brunch can be the best part of the weekend, offering the ideal opportunity to catch up with friends and family, but add a few glasses of something bubbly, and brunch can take an interesting turn.

Read on for our guide on where to enjoy a champagne brunch in London.

Weekend Brunch at Hakkasan

For a different weekend brunch, visit Hakkasan Hanway Place for  their Signature brunch menu.

Served from 12pm until 6pm every Satuday and Sunday, brunch includes a selection of dim sum starters (a mix of fried, baked, steamed and grilled dumplings, rolls and puffs) salads, main courses and desserts to share.

Dim Sim Sundays at Hakkasan Hanway Place

Brunch costs £80 and includes a cocktail to start and half a bottle of Champagne per person.

This is a fabulous way to enjoy a weekend lunch and try the full Hakkasan experience.

Coya London, Mayfair

For a fabulous Peruvian treat, head to Coya in Mayfair for their Saturday brunch feast.

Coya Champagne Brunch

The experience includes a full brunch menu, selection of desserts, hald a bottle of Veuve Cliquot Champagne per person.

The Ned Feast

The Ned hosts Ned’s Feast every Sunday. Members can enjoy lobster, oysters, roasts with all the trimmings, brunch dishes, salads & more.

live music at The Ned London

The Ned’s Feast is £75 per person or £140 per person with free flow champagne.

Aqua Kyoto – Free Flow Brunch

Visit Aqua Kyoto on Argyll Street on Saturdays and Sundays for a full Japanese brunch menu.

The menu itself is very reasonably priced at £40 – add free flowing cocktails and bubbles to make it £75 or free flowing Veuve Clicquot for £99 per person,

Aqua Kyoto Champagne Brunch

If the weather’s on your side, head to the lovely roof terrace for post brunch cocktails.

Chotto Matte Harajuku Brunch

Chotto Matte’s Harajuku Brunch takes place every Saturday from 12.00pm where you can enjoy a three-course menu alongside a live DJ.

Start with a selection of sharing plates, including Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice, Warm Beef Fillet Tataki, and the restaurant’s signature Yellowtail Nikkei Sashimi with fiery jalapeño and yuzu truffle soy.

Chotto Matte Harajuku Brunch

Next up, choose from Chotto’s most popular dishes, including the Sushi Doughnut Aburi, Sea Bass Fillet Tempura, and Black Cod Aji Miso.

Elevate your experience with unlimited Laurent-Perrier Champagne and refreshing cocktails.

Crazy Pizza

Pizza and Champagne make a surprisingly good combination, so enjoy unlimted Champagne (or wine or cocktails) with a selection of pizzas at Crazy Pizza in Marylebone.

Crazy Pizza brunch

Served every Saturday from 12-3pm, the Crazy Bubbles brunch menu starts with small paltes of focaccia, mozzarella, baby octopus and garlic and rosemary fries followed by your choice of the restaurant’s signature pizzas.

Finish up with tiramisu and a mysterious sounding Crazy Cake,

If you liked this guide to champagne brunch in London, why not read our guide to the best Sunday roast in London or where to find the city’s best brunch.

*The information here was accurate at the time of writing – make sure you check with each venue before booking.*

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