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South Bank's Best Brunch Spots

May 17th, 2022 | by Tom Harrow-Smith
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South Bank's Best Brunch Spots

What better way to kick off the weekend that with brunch on the South Bank? Book tickets for an early show and enjoy bottomless prosecco and cocktails pre-theatre, or shake off the working week with a relaxed brunch feast complete with healthy juices, great coffee or, if you need to turbo-charge the weekend, a 'breakfast negroni' always goes down a treat.

Here's a look at some of South Bank's favourite places to book for brunch.

 

  • Saxy Brunch at Skylon

    Join Skylon in their stunning Royal Festival Hall location for the Saxy Brunch, every Saturday from 29 October – 17 December 2022. There's free-flowing Prosecco, a live saxophonist and DJs playing all afternoon from 12pm–4pm in the restaurant. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the most fantastic riverside views and of course the location is ideal if you are catching a performance later in the day.

    A perfect weekend destination for a fun and funky brunch with delicious food and stunning views of the Thames. Enjoy two or three courses for £29.50/£35 with the option to add on free-flowing fizz or red wine for £21 per person. 

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  • Art Yard's Breakfast Buffet

    You don't have to be a guest at Bankside Hotel to enjoy their buffet breakfast at their renowned on site restaurant Art Yard. For £24, help yourself to a wide range of traditional cooked breakfast fare, plus, add one of their extra plates for £5 if you need some extra fuel, such as smoked salmon on toasted brioche, crushed avocado and sourdough or blueberry pancakes. Art Yard also offer these dishes on their own for something lighter, as well as vegan or traditional Full English fry ups.

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  • Green Room's Bottomless Brunch

    Another great option to choose from if you're looking for bottomless brunches is hosted by The Green Room. Set behind the National Theatre, The Green Room has a vibrant outdoor garden which is the ultimate suntrap for soaking up those South Bank summer rays. Taking place every Saturday from 11am to 4pm with a live DJ to boot, choose either 1 large plate or 2 small and you can go bottomless on Prosecco, beer or Green Room's special brunch cocktail that changes every month (non-alcoholic versions available too). Their menu includes such brunchy delights as Copper Maran eggs on toasted sourdough, a fiery shakshuka and even wood fired pizzas. 

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  • Ping Pong's Bottomless Brunch

    Every Saturday you can start your weekend off with a bang by booking one of Ping Pong's notorious bottomless brunches in their South Bank home just off Festival Walk. Enjoy 90 minutes of free flowing cocktails, carafes, wine, bubbly or beer and a delicious dim sum set menu, which has vegetarian, vegan and gluten free alternatives available too! The perfect way to go dumpling-crazy with a group of friends at the weekend - Ping Pong Saturday afternoon brunches are guaranteed to set you off dancing for the rest of the night!

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  • Brunch at Spiritland

    Spiritland Royal Festival Hall may be best known for hosting legendary DJ sets, but did you know that during the day, they serve up some of the best food on South Bank? Their breakfast and brunch options are a great mix from the usual fair too, with delicious buttermilk pancakes that are served with blueberry compote and maple syrup or fried green tomatoes on corn pancakes for that authentic American Diner breakfast experience. They also serve up Breakfast Negroni's that are made with fresh orange juice as well as everyone's favourite hair of the dog - the Bloody Mary.

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  • Black Penny brunch

    Just a stones throw from Jubilee Gardens and The London Eye, you'll find The Black Penny, and if it's one thing they do well, it's breakfasts and brunch, with an extensive and delicious menu to choose from which contains loads of great veggie options. Ozdemir Pasha has grilled halloumi, fried eggs, butterbean hummus and sumac with a zing tomato salad on sourdough toast. Whilst for an indulgent sweeter option try their Brioche French Toast which comes with 'whipped lemon ricotta, black cardamom sugar, blueberry compote and toasted almonds. Plus make sure to try one of their famous 'Black Penny Hashes', which comes with a choice of crispy duck, salt beef or wild mushroom and polenta. A perfect way to chill out on a weekend morning with a great coffee.

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  • Get Close to the Action at Giraffe

    With a fantastic location at the bottom of Royal Festival Hall and parallel with the trendy Undercroft skate park, Giraffe South Bank is another great brunch spot for when the sun's out. Not only is it child friendly, you can also get an all day brunch no matter the time. For the adults, you can also turn your brunch bottomless for £25 with any dish off Giraffe's brunch menu, which will add free flowing Prosecco to your meal for 90 minutes.

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  • Bottomless brunch at Marsha

    Go bottomless at Marsha on either beer, Mimosa, Bloody Mary or Elderflower Spritz every Saturday and Sunday between 11am and 5pm for just £25. All you need to do is order a main from Marsha's All-Day Menu or their special Brunch menu, which includes Kimchi Shakshuka and vegan banana pancakes. And with it being Marsha, the brunch menu uses their ethos of using as much of the chicken as possible - fat trimmed from the gizzard and thighs is used in the chicken patty, off cuts from their smoked chicken are used to create a stock that's used in the pulled chicken crumpets and the Hollandaise sauce is infused with chicken fat. 

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