Flesh & Buns
Flesh and Buns unlimited brunch provides you with a cocktail on arrival and a selection of delicious hot and cold plates, including sashimi, tempura and soft shell crab, all rounded off with a main course of hirata buns with your choice of filling. There is also unlimited fizz.
Flesh & Buns. Unlimited Sunday Brunch is available noon to 5pm. Two menus at £29 or £36 per person, both include Unlimited Prosecco, red or white wine. 2 hour time limit on all bookings.
Infinity Sundays include free flowing Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, an endless supply of Japanese appetisers (sushi, yakitori, noodles) accompanied with views across the London. After filling up on the bubbles and snacks, there’s a charcoal-grilled main and, of course, desserts.
Aqua Kyoto. Infinity Sundays is £55, 12-7pm, 2 hour time limit on champagne.
Roka at Canary Wharf
Brunch comprises a welcome bellini, wines throughout, sushi platters, sharing desserts and a self-serve counter, proper buffet style, before consuming a chosen main, such as buttery black cod, rib eye or lobster, if you’re feeling flush.
Roka at Canary Wharf. Brunch menus vary, priced at £42, £54 or £66, depending on mains and drink selection. Available Saturday and Sundays from 11.30am-4pm
Avenue conducts a treat for the weekend with free-flowing fizz. Food is US style and there is also the option of a ‘Build your own sundae’.
Avenue. Saturday brunch menu, £20/£25, unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Mary additional £10. Build your own sundae, £5.50.
Penkul & Banks
Penkul & Banks is a refreshing addition to the foodie landscape. They offer tapas, with a European and Asian edge with unlimited prosecco or Bloody Mary’s.
Penkul & Banks. Weekend brunch offer is two brunch plates, plus unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Mary for £20 per person.