We all love brunch, and in the UK’s second biggest city there is no shortage of places to go, but what exactly are the best places in Birmingham to go for brunch? Here they are as a whirlwind roundup:
The best part of this place is not just the extensive brunch menu separated into three groups: Eggs, Full English and pancakes but this fantastic venue also offers bottomless brunch. Order your brunch item off the menu, and sit at the table enjoying unlimited and refillable drinks. These include unlimited beer, Bloody Mary’s or Bellini. It doesn’t have to be a brunch item either; the offer of bottomless brunch can be given with any sandwich, steak, burger or main menu item. Last orders for this offer end at 3 pm, and it costs £19.50.
Once again, a venue that offers a deal on bottomless brunch, Urban Café (its Church Street location only!) gives you bottomless unlimited drinks. Select any brunch dish with endless pastries, unlimited rounds of toast and unlimited tea and coffee included!
Bottomless brunch also includes the alcoholic drink too. Enjoy unlimited Bloody Marys, Bucks Fizz, Espresso Martinis, Prosecco or Peach Bellinis. Bottomless brunch costs £35.95 and you are allowed to stay at your table for two hours. The brunch menu offers traditional items as well as the signature “Urban Brekkie” a traditional English breakfast but with sourdough toast. They are also the perfect place to go for vegetarian and vegan options too. However, this stunning deal has a catch – it’s only available at weekends.
The brunch menu is split into four courses – starters, eggs, mains and dessert. Whilst this may seem a lot, don’t worry. You can have your pick of courses with the cheaper of the two options costing £30 for a main and dessert whilst for those people with less of a sweet otherwise you can enjoy a starter, eggs, and mains course for just £5 more costing £35. Whichever option you choose they come with unlimited Prosecco and Bellinis. This is only available on a Saturday from 12-4 pm.
The fourth bottomless brunch offering comes from The Button Factory located in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. This venue has also appeared in the article on Birmingham’s rooftop bars and is treasured as a piece of Birmingham history. The bottomless brunch is available on Saturdays from 12 pm to 4 pm, in two-hour sittings.
Enjoy either two courses for £35 or three for £39 with unlimited Bellinis or Sparkling. The signature burger – “The Brunch Burger” is a highlight on the menu. It is on the pricey end of this list but could be well worth the trip for those weekend blowouts.
Offering what they call “Brunch & Bubbles”, we have The Lost and Found. Served every Saturday, 11 am – 3 pm this quirky little place gives you more than the traditional brunch. Their menu gives you something different, such as “CORNFLAKE CHICKEN”- crispy chicken thighs, chipotle mayonnaise and jalapeño. Included in the price of £28 is a single course from the brunch menu plus bottomless Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Mimosas or Bloody Marys. If you are still hungry you can add a dessert of buttermilk pancakes with various toppings for an extra £5.
Birmingham has three of these restaurants dotted around the city with a fourth supposedly coming soon to Brindley Place. You can find the other situated in the Arcadian Centre, Resorts World and Temple Street. They all offer a bottomless brunch that costs £24.95 per person where you can enjoy a starter and main plus unlimited amounts of draught beer and Prosecco. Bring the taste of Latin America to your brunch and add a spumous dessert for an extra price. Go to Las Iguanas to test a cuisine of the world you may not have experienced before. Available seven days a week in two-hour slots available from 11 am by reservation only.
Saint Pauls House in Birmingham also has bottomless brunch on the menu to enjoy every Saturday. Choose from two courses for £30 or all three for £35. Along with unlimited Prosecco, Bellini, Gin Roses & Bloody Marys, enjoy a slightly more upmarket and pricey brunch perfect for special occasions. This must be pre-booked but for a special person, or a special day, this will make the ideal treat.
The Distillery offers a similar menu to that of The Button Factory. Enjoy either two courses for £35 or three for £39 with unlimited Bellinis or Sparkling. Enjoy one of the 350+ types of gin for an extra price and love the picturesque canal view from the outdoor garden area.
Aluna in Birmingham is said to have a brilliant bottomless brunch with some unique, quirky bottomless drinks too. So if you fancy bottomless brunch and drinks with a difference why don’t you try unlimited Bubblegumtini/Pornstar Martini with your brunch or opt for classic bubbly, it’s entirely up to you. One main and one dessert makes a pretty easy equation: brunch plus Prosecco for £29.95 or splash out even further with brunch, Prosecco plus cocktails for £37.
Want a taste of Cuba in your brunch? This one is also bottomless via a Bottomless Prosecco or Cuba Libre Brunch. Here you can choose any Cubano with fries and bottomless Prosecco or Cuba Libres. There is a two-hour time slot starting from the time of your booking. Available Saturday and Sunday between 12:30 and 15:30 and costing 325 per person., it seems excellent value and you get to enjoy live music at the same time.
Whether you want to a traditional brunch or something quirky and with a difference, Birmingham has its fair share of amazing venues for brunch. Best of all, these are all bottomless so you can brunch to your heart’s content and with cuisines, you may have never tried before, you can have a whole new eating experience that shows how multicultural Birmingham is.