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The best bottomless brunches in London

Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, Clerkenwell. £15 bottomless Bloody Marys; £16 seasonal Bellinis. (All food items priced individually. Saturdays and Sundays, 10am- 4pm)

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Vegan Brunch - The Gallery Café. This welcoming café in Bethnal Green is relaxed and a bit rough round the edges in a good way. The ‘signature’ – sourdough toast with tofu scramble, spinach and garlic mushrooms – is the one to order, but if it's sold out (as it regularly does) the ‘lighter breakfast’ does a similar job – swap spinach for tomatoes. Brunch is served until 3pm weekends.

15 Bottomless Boozy Brunches In London

Bottomless - New Street Grill at Old Bengal Warehouse, Liverpool Street. Additional £15 for bottomless Prosecco.

Vegan - Nama, Notting Hill. Expensive. All raw, minutes from Portobello Road. Very good reviews.

Vegan Tanya’s Café, Chelsea. Could be mistaken for a fashionable restaurant in the south of France with its glass roof, plant-lined walls and general greenhouse feel. All-raw and vegan dishes include ‘rawtella un-toast’ – raisin bread, cacao hazelnut spread and coconut yoghurt – and ‘avo un-toast’, soft onion bread with avocado and pepper. Expensive though.

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Vegan - Black Cat Café, Hackney. This one is a properly Bohemian, Morrissey-playing, not-for-profit cooperative; 100% vegan. Tofu scramble, Redwoods bacon, Vegusto sausage, beans, mushrooms, fried potatoes and your choice of toast or pancake.

Vegan - Kin Café. Tottenham Court Road. All veggie with some vegan until 11am.

Vegan - Max Brasserie, Covent Garden. Sautéed spinach, field mushrooms, chilli beans and crispy tofu – helped along by fresh apple and spinach juice, a couple of glasses of Prosecco and some excellent service.