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Bottomless Brunch Ipswich: 9 Best Brunches You Need to Try [2022]

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So you fancy going for a bottomless brunch in Ipswich?

Well, luckily for you, this lovely little town is home to not one, not two, but nine bottomless brunches for you to try!

From popular chains to quirky independents, there’s a whole host of great places serving bottomless bubbles in droves.

All that’s left for you to do is to read this list of the best places to go for bottomless brunch in Ipswich and get booking.

Happy brunching!

1. Cosy Club

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Address: Buttermarket Shopping Centre, St Stephen’s Lane, Ipswich IP1 1DT

Phone number: 01473 596101

Price: £25 + price of brunch dish

Cosy Club is a bottomless brunch classic all over the UK thanks to its delicious brunch menu.

£25 per person will get you ninety minutes of bottomless bubbles, Bloody Mary’s and mimosas between 10 am and 11.30 am every single morning.

Plus, you have the whole breakfast menu when it comes to choosing what to pair the bottomless drinks with.

There’s something to suit every tastebud at The Cosy Club.

For me, the market garden breakfast and the veggie sausage brioche bun without a doubt steal the show!

Other options include a classic breakfast, smashed avocado, huevos rancheros, and bubble and squeak.

Quite a wide selection, don’t you think?

Pick your favourite dish and get ready to wash it down with some delicious bubbles and cocktails!

2. The Bloom Lounge

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Address: 34 Tacket St, Ipswich IP4 1BA

Phone number: 01473 230005

Price: £25 per person

The Bloom Lounge is pretty much an Instagrammer’s dream.

With millennial pink everything, plants galore, and dishes like acai bowls making an appearance on their menu, you can’t ask for much more.

However, The Bloom Lounge is one of my favourite brunch spots for more than just its aesthetic – one reason being that its menu is one of the most varied on this list.

From king oyster mushrooms and truffled croque madame to buttermilk pancakes and chicken and waffles, the menu has it all.

(The French toast sounds particularly special!)

Add some parmesan fries or halloumi fries as a side and thank me later.

As for the alcohol, you can choose from Prosecco, Aperol spritz, bucks fizz, bloody Marys, and Malibu spritz.

You have a whole two hours to enjoy them so there’s plenty of time for you to get sufficiently boozy!

This offer is available Wednesday to Sunday and will set you back a mere £25.

What a bargain!

3. The Moloko

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Address: 8 Lion St, Ipswich IP1 1DQ

Phone number: 01473 798938

Price: £34.95 per person

The Moloko certainly looks the part, and luckily for you, its bottomless brunch is just as impressive.

At £34.95 per person, it’s not the cheapest recommendation on this list but I firmly believe it’s worth every penny.

Firstly, you can enjoy this bottomless brunch every single day of the week.

Yep, that’s right!

If you want to enjoy bottomless bubbles on a Monday morning (because why not?), you can do just that at The Moloko.

Their brunch is served every day from 11 am, and you’ll get two hours of bottomless Aperol spritz, Prosecco, bucks fizz, bellini or bloody Mary.

As for the food, there are seven dishes for you to choose from.

Whether you’re an eggs gal (Benedict, Florentine, Royale, or scrambled with smoked salmon) or you fancy some waffles or fluffy buttermilk pancakes, you won’t be leaving The Moloko with an empty stomach, that’s for sure.

As a vegan, I’d have to go for the smashed avo and tofu on toast, but when it sounds that delicious, I’m not complaining.

All that’s left to do is pick your tipple of choice and get ready to get boozy!

4. Revolution

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Address: 1-7 Old Cattle Market, Ipswich IP1 1AY

Phone number: 01473 857515

Price: From £20 per person

Revolution has quickly become a legend on the bottomless brunch scene in the UK, and their Ipswich location is no exception.

One reason that their brunch is so well-loved is that it starts at just £20 per person for an hour and a half’s worth of booze plus a brunch dish of your choice.

We’re talking the likes of fried chicken and bacon waffles, loaded hash browns, brunch burgers, brunch pizzas, and all that other carb-y goodness!

My order would have to be the blueberry, banana and Nutella pancakes, and I’d wash them down with Aperol Spritz after Aperol Spritz.

If you want to upgrade to have any of their burgers, then you can do exactly that for £2.50 per person, which is pretty fab!

Similarly, bottomless pornstar martinis and V&Ts will set you back an extra £10 each.

Get yourself down there for a cracking party!

5. Cult Cafe

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Address: James Hehir Building, Ipswich IP3 0FS

Phone number: 01473 215873

Price: £35 per person

Cult Cafe is one of the most fun places to go for bottomless brunch in Ipswich, and once you’ve heard more about it, you’ll be desperate to book in too.

Sadly, bottomless brunch isn’t a weekly affair at Cult Cafe but when it does come around, it sure makes up for lost time.

That’s because their brunch is a drag brunch!

Available on select weekends, the entertainment, alcohol and price change each time but what you’re always guaranteed is a good show and a great time.

Expect to pay around £25 for brunch, a show and a cocktail, or make that £35 for bottomless drinks on top.

On top of fabulous entertainment, you’ll also get to enjoy a delicious brunch dish from their generous menu.

There’s a traditional full English (with veggie and vegan options available!), porridge, pancakes, toasted French brioche, and toasted sourdough galore.

I think I’d have to go for the banana and Biscoff vegan pancakes.

Oooh, or maybe the vegan benny toasted sourdough.

Yum!

6. Three Wise Monkeys

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Address: 22 Lloyds Ave, Ipswich IP1 3HD

Phone number: 01473 921442

Price: £30 per person

You’d certainly be wise to choose Three Wise Monkeys as your next bottomless brunch in Ipswich.

I mean, their menu is filled with waffles, pancakes, free-range eggs, burgers, avocado, muffins and more – what more could you want?

Oh yeah, bottomless bubbles, of course!

Well, at Three Wise Monkeys, brunch becomes bottomless every weekend for £30 per person.

£30 will get you one brunch dish, alongside two hours of unlimited Prosecco, Tanqueray gin and tonic, and draught and cask beer.

If I ate meat, I’d be all over the chicken and waffles.

That’s a dream combo if I’ve ever heard of one!

Similarly, the American pancakes with smoked streaky bacon and maple syrup is a classic for good reason, right?

Oh, but that brunch burger sounds good too…

Okay, I’m going to quit monkeying around and book this brunch already!

7. The Forge Kitchen

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Address: 1-3 Duke St, Ipswich IP3 0AE

Phone number: 01473 232009

The Forge Kitchen is a cool indie spot with industrial vibes that you won’t be able to get enough of.

Situated close to the vibrant waterfront, The Forge will soon become one of your favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Ipswich.

Now, I have to admit that this brunch isn’t technically bottomless…

But don’t worry because The Forge is well placed to deliver a very boozy brunch that will still get you pleasantly tipsy.

For example, their Prosecco bottles come in at £15 each or you can opt for their £12 teapot for two instead.

Cleverly named ‘Get the par-tea started’, this wonderful cocktail combines Prosecco and light rum with elderflower, pomegranate and cucumber shrub, and apple and lime.

There are a handful of other cocktails to choose from too, as well as classic mimosas coming in at just £3.90 each.

As for the food… well, you’re in for a treat as The Forge’s brunch menu is just as eclectic as its cocktails!

Anticipate dishes like ‘smoked sausage, chorizo and mixed bean pan’ and ‘potato, tomato and mushroom hash’ making an appearance on the menu.

I think I’d have to go for the chocolate and banana double-stacked warm waffles.

The meat-eaters will be all over ‘The Works’ for two, as well as the sourdough smoked sandwiches.

With dishes as delicious as these, how could you say no?

8. Aurora

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Address: The Tented Building, Helena Road, Ipswich IP3 0BT

Phone number: 01473 857027

Price: From £19.95 + price of brunch dish

If you’re after a delicious bottomless brunch in Ipswich in beautiful surroundings, look no further than Aurora.

Available every day of the week, their bottomless drinks are reasonably priced at £19.95 for unlimited Prosecco and bloody Marys.

You’ll be paying for your brunch dish separately so you can make this bottomless brunch as cheap or expensive as you like!

If you want to brunch on a budget, why not opt for the cinnamon and raisin bagel for £6.95 or the pulled pork crumpets for £8.95?

Alternatively, at the other end of the spectrum, you’ve got the “fully loaded” English for £12.95.

In the middle, you’ve got savoury waffles, sweet waffles, smashed avo on toast, a full veggie breakfast, and a sausage and egg muffin – all for £10.95.

I’d have to go for the strawberries and cream waffles, while meat eaters will go crazy for the flat iron steak waffles.

Steak and waffles? Genius!

9. The Last Anchor

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Address: Haven Marina, New Cut East, Ipswich IP3 0EA

Phone number: 01473 214763

Price: £15 + price of brunch dish

The Last Anchor is one of my favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Ipswich because it not only does bottomless brunch but bottomless lunch too!

Their offer is simple: upgrade your brunch or your lunch to add two hours of unlimited Prosecco for £15 every day.

This makes it one of the cheapest recommendations on this list!

If you’re more of a brunch person, you can enjoy delectable dishes like a bacon, egg and smashed avo sandwich and hot smoked mackerel.

Ooh, or how about pancakes with vanilla ice cream, mixed berries and maple syrup?

But don’t worry if lunch is more your bag as there’s plenty to shout about on their lunch menu too.

Being by the coast, fish is their thing at The Last Anchor.

As such, expect dishes like deep-fried fish of the day, moules marinere, and prawn and marie rose sauce sandwiches to make an appearance.

(They still do lots of burgers, homemade focaccia rolls, omelettes and more for the fish-averse people!)

Whatever you choose, you’re in for a treat at The Last Anchor.

 

So there you have it: the 9 best places to go for bottomless brunch in Ipswich.

There’s something for everyone on this list so I’m sure you’ll find a brunch that you love.

All that’s left to do is to book your favourite and get brunching!

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