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Bottomless bloody Mary brunch in London at Aster

Aster food

Because ‘Sunday’ is another word for ‘hangover’ and nothing fixes them quite like the kick of a bloody Mary, Aster is doing something new. Their Sunday Feast is taking over the whole place on Sundays, complete with a bottomless bloody Mary bar and Lillet spritzes, while the rest of it is extravagant, to say the least. The spread includes unlimited starters, arranged across the bar, that includes a range of crunchy jumbo prawns; vibrant tabbouleh chicken salad; matjes herring; fresh Colchester Rock oysters; and an epic selection of charcuterie. Meanwhile the mains on offer come right from the kitchen and cover the whole gamut of ocean to paddock, cooked to order and presented with a spread of the traditional Sunday roast-like sides that will have you eating for what feels like hours. Think tender roast leg of salt marsh lamb with rosemary and garlic; butterflied sea bass; grass-fed sirloin from native breed beef cattle; and a Moroccan vegetable pastilla with wild mushrooms and flaky pastry. And let’s not forget the dessert bar – the first thing that greets you when you walk into the space – complete with apple strudels, fruity cheesecake and tarts to decadent chocolate mousse, Eton mess and lighter options such as cake pops. The Aster Feast will be available from 15 September and every following Sunday from 12-4pm. £35 per person Unlimited starters and desserts Bottomless Bloody Marys for an additional £15 Every Sunday from 12-4pm From 15th September onwards Aster | 150 Victoria Street | London SW1E 5LB

Bottomless brunch in London: COYA Angel Court goes boozy

Coya London

As the sun comes out in London, so do (more of) its drinkers and what better way to do it than a bottomless brunch? COYA in Angel Court – one of five global locations – has ramped it up a bit for its base of loyal and new friends, putting on a bottomless brunch spread fit for Liz herself, every Saturday. It’s for people who’re after something a bit more special than your usual endless servings of house white and beer, turning out a three hour affair of bottomless pisco sours and other cocktails, champagne, vibrant Peruvian dishes, music and special performances. It kicks off each Saturday in the Pisco Bar & Lounge with unlimited pisco sours, espresso martinis, margaritas and bloody marys for drinks, while tacos, bao buns and anticuchos take over the food menu. But that’s not where it ends. Ceviche, beef tataki, kingfish tiradito with truffle oil and more will also be available to the tune of smooth DJ beats in an environment that’s oh, too trendy. Good to know: The first weekend of each month will be a special edition brunch, with surprise performances and a special offering. Each month will have a different theme to elevate the experience and surprise guests. Get the spirit package for £65 a go, or the champagne package for another £10. See more at the COYA Angel Court website or find them at 31-33 Throgmorton St, London EC2N 2AT.

Stuffed Beaver in Crows Nest is doing an awesome Bottomless Brunch

Stuffed Beaver drink

If there’s one thing that goes down a treat in Sydney, it’s a Bottomless Brunch. And the latest one to join the fray is at Stuffed Beaver in Crows Nest. They’re known for their poutine and quality comfort food, but this spring season, they’re known for bottomless wine, too after they’ve launched an exciting new brunch offering. Starting from Sunday 23rd September from 12pm to 3pm, the Beaver Bottomless Brunch will offer customers an unforgettable experience, serving bottomless pulled pork tacos, poutine, mimosas and Beaver Brew. Do it for $49 per person and enjoy pulled pork tacos, poutine, mimosas and Beaver Brew. Bookings essential: Phone 02 9437 9746 to book