Top 10 Best Restaurant Deals for Free-Flowing Bubbles & Cocktails

There are few words more enticing than ‘unlimited prosecco’, but if you’re looking for some, then how about ‘bottomless bellinis?’ For good measure, ‘free-flowing bubbles‘ flows off the tongue fairly easily as well. Of course, fine drink should be paired with fine food, so for your delectation, we’ve rounded up London’s finest restaurant deals where you can sip bubbly or bloody Marys to your heart’s content.

1. Steak & lobster lunch with free-flowing champagne, fries & a dessert £32.50  Book Heliot Steak House
Heliot Steak House, Leicester Square

Heliot Steak House

Heliot Steak House

Overlooking the Hippodrome Casino, Heliot Steak House is certainly one of the more glamorous places to drink free-flowing champagne in London. Add some fine steak and lobster, as well as fries and a dessert, and you’ve got yourself quite the indulgent day out.

 

2. 3-course brunch & bottomless prosecco £52 Book Bokan
Bokan, Canary Wharf

Bokan London

Bokan

Offering panoramic views from the 37th floor, the are few more spectacular settings for bottomless brunch than Bokan. The food is fittingly refined, with a menu of award-winning European cuisine made using the finest British produce.

 

3. 4-course bottomless brunch with free-flowing prosecco £45 Book WA Restaurant
WA Restaurant at 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel

WA Restaurant

WA Restaurant

Set in a Victorian-style townhouse on leafy Queen’s Gate, WA Restaurant serves up a stunning brunch menu, complete with bottomless prosecco. Tuck into the likes of a charcuterie board, Belgian waffles, coq au vin and the hotel’s signature patisserie selection.

 

4. 4 courses & free-flowing prosecco £37.50 Book M Threadneedle Street
M Threadnedle Street

M Threadneedle Street

M Threadneedle Street

Sleek sophistication is the order of the day at M. As is of course an extremely enticing menu – wash down the likes of buttermilk-fried chicken, rump steak, and dulche de leche flan with an ever-full glass of prosecco.

 

5. Brunch and unlimited prosecco £35 Book Mac & Wild
Mac & Wild – Liverpool Street

Mac and Wild

Mac and Wild

Serving up some of the best Scottish cooking in London, Mac & Wild’s brunch is a thing of carnivorous beauty. Take their breakfast burger for example, piled high with venison, lorne sausage, candied bacon, fried egg and bone marrow beans.
6. 3-hour party brunch experience with unlimited cocktails, food, DJs & more! From £75 Book COYA
COYA Mayfair

COYA

COYA

You’ve done bottomless brunch, now try the party brunch. COYA’s brunch is quite the experience, with DJs, Peruvian food and unlimited cocktails, all served in a slick Mayfair setting.

 

7. 3 courses & free-flowing prosecco £35  Book R.S. Hispaniola
R.S. Hispaniola, Embankment

R.S. Hispaniola

R.S. Hispaniola

Sipping free-flowing prosecco is all well and good, but it’s so much better aboard a boat on the Thames. The food menu isn’t upstaged however, with a bold European menu served.

8. Unlimited Aperol spritz £20 Book Boulevard Brasserie
Boulevard Brasserie, Covent Garden

Boulevard Brasserie

Boulevard Brasserie

Enjoy unlimited Aperol spritz when dining from the a la carte menu. Blending British tradition with a continental twist, Boulevard Brasserie is just yards from the iconic Covent Garden Piazza.

 

9. 3 courses & free-flowing prosecco, £33 Book Spaghetti House
Spaghetti House, across London

Spaghetti House

Bringing authentic Italian cuisine to London, Spaghetti House have added free-flowing prosecco to their tempting selection of pizza and pasta favourites. Tuck into the likes of spaghetti carbonara, Parma ham pizza, and a classic tiramisu, all washed down with as much prosecco as your heart desires.

 

10. Afternoon tea with free-flowing bubbles £39 Book The Library at County Hall
The Library at County Hall

Afternoon Tea at The Library Lounge

The Library at County Hall, South Bank

Postcard-worthy views over the Houses of Parliament, freshly-cut finger sandwiches, and scones – it doesn’t get much more quintessential. It would almost be rude not to toast to this ode to Britishness with a glass or 2 of bubbles.

Find our full list of free-flowing deals here

About Chris Tilsed

After stints in Brighton and France, Chris returned to his native London and its restaurant scene. Bringing back a love of French cuisine, Brasserie Zédel and Bleeding Heart are amongst his current favourites. When he's not eating food or writing about it, Chris can usually be found playing or listening to music.

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