Most Expensive Brunch In London, Would You Pay £135?

From free flowing Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label to Spanish delicious cuisine, have you ever wondered which London brunch was the most expensive? Wellness experts, Eden’s Gate have looked at seedlists of the most luxury brunches in London to reveal the top five most expensive brunches in London. Would you pay £135 for brunch?

The most expensive brunches in London:

Restaurant  Location Price per head
Shangri-La The Shard London Bridge £135
The Rubens Hotel Victoria £90
The Montague Hotel Bloomsbury £85
Heritage Soho £79
MAP Maison Haggerston £62.50
Brigit’s Bakery Covent Garden £60
Bocconcino Mayfair £55
Ardoa Greenwich £45

Shangri-La The Shard

At £135 a head, Shangri-La The Shard, London Bridge, is the most expensive brunch in London. One of the most luxurious bottomless brunches in central London which takes place every Sunday, enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut NV Champagne and a choice of three courses.

The Rubens Hotel

Located in the heart of Victoria, The Rubens Hotel offers a sophisticated bottomless brunch in central London. With unlimited champagne for 90 minutes as well as a delicious afternoon tea which include pastries that were heavily influenced by the House of Windsor and inspired by Her Majesty the Queen.

The Montague Hotel

Enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited Lanson Champagne and delicious afternoon tea in a spectacular surroundings. The afternoon tea includes a selection of warm plain and raisin scones, cakes and freshly made sandwiches including egg and mayo, smoked salmon, chicken and cucumber and cream cheese.


For £79 per head you can enjoy bottomless champagne Moët Chandon Imperial Brut and truffle cheese fondue and a selection of röstis and classic alpine desserts. Heritage brunch is a perfect occasion to celebrate with your favorite people.

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