The Ultimate Sunday.
When bottomless Prosecco and cocktails were first introduced to brunch, they elevated eggs benny from predictable weekend plate to all-out social experience. Talk about a happy marriage. So what if Sunday roasts had the same glow-up? We asked DesignMyNight to find nine London spots where tatties and tasty meat options are now being served with a side of bottomless bubbles. Sundays? They’ll never be the same again.
Battersea has more than its fair share of brunch spots, but Lost Society has a free-flowing Sunday roast that’ll put the humble egg to shame. While its art-deco interiors and Insta-worthy toilets are a draw, we’re interested in the bottomless bubbles, mimosas and bloody marys set alongside a menu that boasts a vegan wellington and an almighty sharing roast for premium digging in.
More than capable of handling premium cuts, you know your roast dinner is in safe hands when it’s put together at a chop house, and none are quite as spot-on as South Place in Finsbury Circus. Set in the heart of the ever-gorge hotel, this value-for-money bottomless roast (just over £40) is a fun afternoon of bubbles and rosé with Yorkshire puddings and crisp potatoes like no other.
The laidback Hackney option in cool concrete surrounds, Martello Hall doesn’t just have trendy interiors all wrapped up, they’re badass when it comes to the bottomless Sunday roast too. Not only will the bar be serving up bottomless rum punch and mimosas to a backdrop of live jazz, the menu is a vibrant take on the classics with salsa verde lamb and wood oven roast chicken.
So luxurious that even the Queen herself once popped in, Quaglino’s in London’s West End are all about taking your Sunday roast to the next level. When you’re not celeb-spotting on a visit, you’ll be lapping up live soul music in elegant surrounds alongside bottomless red, white or bubbles and plates of Jersey oysters, roast pork belly and a must-try Hereford sirloin.
If stepping up your Sunday roast game includes views over one of the most iconic spots in London, you’d be mad to miss Skylon for your tattie fix. Overlooking the South Bank and serving up bottomless Bordeaux with three roast options on the cards, this 1950s inspired dining room is gorgeous and delicious in equal measure.
90 minutes to spare and looking for a bottomless Sunday roast in sublime settings? Lanes of London would be happy to hook you up. A classic British dining spot on Park Lane, your striploin, baby poussin or vegetable wellington can be topped up with a £15 order of bottomless Cava or Camden Hells (for the hop-eager among you).
A restaurant that specialises in meat serving up a roast? Fall into the warm embrace of Bankside’s Hixter come Sunday afternoons. The notorious restaurant from chef Mark Hix is keeping you fed with Indian Rock chicken and marbled sirloin while a bottomless drinks menu of red wine and mimosas helps to wash everything down.
Elegant, British and just shy of Fitzrovia Chapel, Percy & Founders are probably as serious about their Sunday roasts as you are serious about their bottomless options. While you’re taking on a free-flowing selection of fizz and bloody marys for just £18 per person, P&F are in the kitchen, putting together a menu of Galloway sirloin and spit-roast chicken.
Find your way to a historic 18th Century warehouse in Liverpool Street and you’ll more than likely stumble across New Street Grill, where a top-end Sunday roast awaits. Bottomless servings come in the shape of food this time round as you stock up on unlimited potatoes, Yorkshires and gravy while an extensive wine list makes sure that are wine cravings are taken care of.