1. Dirty Bones, Soho
Eggs, delicious eggs as far as the eye can see. Look at that Benedict Burger, with black treacle bacon, a poached egg, and hollandaise sauce. Or the Weekend Fries, with smoked tomato ketchup and two fried eggs.
Price: Your brunch item + £15 per person for bottomless prosecco.
2. B&H Buildings, Clerkenwell
As well as a relaxed atmosphere with a wide range of brunch items (our money's on that caramelized banana and mixed nut French toast), B&H Buildings offers a bottomless booze supplement.
Price: Your brunch item + £17 per person for bottomless cocktails. You can choose from Bloody Mary or a Seasonal Bellini.
3. Plateau, Canary Wharf
Smoked salmon from Forman's, beer-battered fish and chips, followed by cappucino mousse? All washed down with delicious prosecco? Don't mind if I do.
Price: Three courses for £38, and your "free-flowing prosecco" is included in that price.
4. New Street Grill, Liverpool Street
Choose from a full English or a jaw-dropping toastie, or just settle in for a couple of courses and cancel your evening plans.
Price: Your brunch item + £15 per person for bottomless prosecco. However, there's a caveat. You must order a main course, and "the prosecco will be poured after your food order is taken and will end when you finish eating."
5. Cahoots, Oxford Circus
Do something a little different, with Cahoots' "Squiffy Picnic". Choose your hamper (I like the look of The Starlets & Sirens, which comes with sandwiches, pork pies and more, and "includes a bottle of red, white, or rose wine as well as a hip flask of Sipsmith Sloe Gin and tonic water"), and enjoy an afternoon of live jazz.
Price: From £46 per person, including a welcome cocktail and the hamper of your choice.
6. PizzaBuzz, Shoreditch
This build-your-own-pizza joint might not be the most glamorous, but its appeal lies in how accessible it is. Unlike most places, PizzaBuzz offers a bottomless booze deal from 2pm every weekday, and all day on the weekend(!!)
Price: £25 per person, and you get unlimited prosecco or beer for two hours, and a pizza with up to three toppings.
7. Smith & Wollensky, Charing Cross
If you're not a fizzy wine fan, then this is the brunch for you. S&W's Sunday roast offers unlimited red or white wine, along with succulent steaks. A note: Veg options are a bit thin on the ground if you're eating from this menu.
Price: £50 per person for two courses with unlimited red or white wine.
8. Beany Green, Moorgate
This friendly indie offers an Australian bottomless brunch: Think lots of avocados and fresh, vibrant flavours. And eggs. Of course. They also offer a bottomless beer menu, if bubbles aren't for you.
Price: From £33 per person, which includes bottomless prosecco, mimosa, or Bloody Mary + two brunch items.
9. Busaba Eathai, Shoreditch and Kingston
Have a Thai brunch at Busaba and tuck into coconut porridge or baked eggs with spicy minced beef (right). Or you could play it safer and have some chilli soy scrambled eggs (left).
Price: £25 per person for two hours of Prosecco + two brunch items.
10. Flesh and Buns, Covent Garden
Settle in for a veritable feast – not only is the booze unlimited, so's the food. Start with chips, dips, and edamame, then tuck into Taiwanese steamed buns, and hot and cold dishes. Utterly delicious.
Price: From £39 per person including a cocktail on arrival + unlimited hot and cold dishes + dessert + unlimited prosecco, red, or white wine.
11. Quaglino's, Green Park
Tuck into the varied menu at "Q Brunch" (the Croque Madame, above left, looks particularly inviting) and wash it down with unlimited fizz. Don't forget to save room for pudding – like the Hennessy chocolate tart with salted caramel ice cream.
Price: £21 per person for two courses + £15 for bottomless prosecco.
12. The Great Exhibition, East Dulwich
This local is a budget fave, and their pancakes are out of this world. Dive in, then refresh yourself with bottomless Bloody Marys or mimosas.
Price: £20 per person for bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys, bottomless tea or coffee, bottomless toast, and a main.
13. Salmontini, Belgravia
OK, first up, this is pricey. It's super fancy, and nice, but it's pricey. This swanky bistro is a fave of the Made in Chelsea gang, and offers unlimited Moët & Chandon champagne. Which is why it's expensive. But so good.
Price: £70 per person for bottomless Moët & Chandon Champagne + two brunch items.
14. Avenue, Green Park
15. Made, Camden
Putting the "bottomless" in "bottomless brunch", Made offers all-you-can-eat pastries, toast and coffee PLUS a brunch main (the potato rosti with fried eggs, avocado, and chorizo sounds amazing). Then, of course, endless bellinis or Bloody Marys if you like.
Price: £27.95 for bottomless brunch + bellinis or Bloody Marys.