Bottomless Brunch Notting Hill: 7 Best Brunches to Try [2024]


Whether you’re an excited tourist or a London local, I think everyone has a soft spot in their heart for Notting Hill.

(If it’s good enough for Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts, it’s good enough for me!)

Known for its famous festival, bohemian markets, and casual cafes, Notting Hill is by far one of the coolest areas in the capital.

It should come as no surprise, then, that there are some great spots to go for bottomless brunch in Notting Hill.

Whether it’s a themed reggae brunch or a bottomless dinner with DJs, the area sure knows how to throw a party.

So if you’re ready to get your brunch on this week then read on, as I’m here to share the 7 best places to go for bottomless brunch in Notting Hill!

1. Cottons


Address: 157-159 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3LF

Phone number: 020 8037 9555

Price: £34.50 per person

Add some Caribbean flair to your weekend with Cottons’ tropical bottomless brunch in Notting Hill.

It runs every Saturday and Sunday between 12 and 4:45 pm, with two-hour slots starting at noon, 12:30, 2:30, and 2:45 pm.

Every brunch is set to reggae beats to help get the party started, but the alcohol certainly helps too!

For £34.50 per person, you get two hours of bottomless rum punch or Prosecco and a delicious three-course set menu.

The brunch menu looks unbelievably tasty so you’re bound to love your food no matter what you order!

For starters, choose from pumpkin and sweet potato fritters, a chana dhal curry, and jerk chicken wings.

I think I’d have to order the fritters, then follow it up with the spiced buttermilk chicken tenders, barbequed pork ribs and fries for my main!

Other main menu highlights are the St Lucian coconut fish curry and the chickpea and pumpkin coconut stew.


Finish things off with either a coconut rum cake or a salted caramel chocolate brownie.

Now isn’t that how brunch is meant to be done?!

If you agree then book in this Saturday for a Caribbean brunch you won’t forget!

2. The Little Yellow Door


Address: 6-8 All Saints Rd, London W11 1HH

Phone number: 020 4513 2429

Price: £19.50 + price of brunch dish

Enter The Little Yellow Door and you’ll discover that you’ve stepped foot into a mate’s quirky living room, rather than a cocktail bar.

But a cocktail bar it is!

This colourful bar brings house party-style vibes to this bottomless brunch in Notting Hill.

A bunch of friendly flatmates (read: waiters) serve bottomless brunch every Saturday from noon to 4 pm.

And because you get mates’ rates (they’re generous like that), it’ll only cost you £19.50 for 90 minutes of bottomless booze.

This means that you’re looking at paying anywhere between £27 and £31.50 for bottomless brunch, once you’ve thrown in the price of a brunch dish.

Soak up your Prosecco or rum punch with one of their delicious brunch dishes!

Menu highlights include the spicy gochujang chicken burger, and the Cumberland sausage and red onion chutney on brioche.

My go-to is usually the wild mushroom and artichoke puree on sourdough but it’s all delicious really!

All that’s left to do is to book in, choose your dish, and get ready for a brilliant bottomless brunch in Notting Hill.

3. Cocotte


Address: 95 Westbourne Grove, London W2 4UW

Phone number: 020 3220 0076

Price: From £29 per person + price of brunch dish

Cocotte is one of my favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Notting Hill because it has some of the best acai bowls in London on its menu.

I know, I know, it doesn’t take much to impress me!

But acai bowls aside, Cocotte is worth a visit in its own right.

This farm-to-table rotisserie is all about providing healthy, homemade dishes, and it has a charming and rustic interior to boot.

(Think warm lighting, exposed brick walls, and plenty of greenery, and you’re on the right track!)

Their bottomless brunch is one of the best in the business, too.

Bottomless Prosecco costs £29 per person or alternatively, you can get bottomless champagne for £39 per person instead.

Surely, you’ve got to go for the champers for an extra tenner, right?!

Their brunch dishes range anywhere from £9 to £13.50, which means your brunch total could be anywhere from £38 to £52.50.

Some of my favourite items on the menu are the chicken and waffles, L’Oeuf Parfait with truffled mushrooms, and the truffle chicken burger.

Can you tell I have a thing for truffles?!

It’s safe to say that whatever you order at Cocotte, you’re in for an absolute treat.

4. When Abby Met Claud


Address: 24 Pembridge Rd, London W11 3HL

Phone number: 020 7792 3596

Price: £20 per person + price of brunch dish

Nothing says ‘Instagrammable bottomless brunch in Notting Hill’ quite like a neon-lighted Britney Spears quote against a green leafy wall.

When paired with plush purple sofas, it’s safe to say When Abby Met Claud has got its aesthetics on point!

Somewhat of a bottomless brunch hotspot, their bottomless events take you from the early hours of the morning right through to the night.

From daily bottomless brunches to special DJ supper clubs, When Abby Met Claud loves to pair bottomless booze with its food.

They even host bottomless martini and margarita dinners from Wednesday to Friday every single week.

Basically, what I’m saying, is that there are loads of opportunities to get boozy here!

While their bottomless brunches are a classic for good reason, I’d recommend trying out their evening events for a fun twist.

They both cost £45 per person so they’re a little more expensive but worth every penny.

With them, you get a delicious starter, main, and one hour of bottomless bubbles, cocktails, or beers, depending on your event of choice.

Keep an eye out on their website for their next DJ supper club – it’s one of the most fun things to do in Notting Hill!

5. Aubaine


Address: 129 Bayswater Rd, London W2 4RJ

Phone number: 020 3773 3930

Price: From £52 per person

If you’re looking for an upmarket bottomless brunch in Notting Hill, then look no further than Aubaine.

This stylish venue not only serves fabulous French fare but also enjoys some equally fabulous views of Hyde Park.

A two-course brunch at Aubaine costs £22, while a three-course brunch costs £28.

You can then add 90 sweet minutes of bottomless Prosecco for £30 per person.

What’s not to love?!

Their food is impressive, with beauties like eggs Benedict, granola parfait, and goat’s cheese salad gracing the starter menu.

Moving onto mains, you can enjoy delights like French toast brioche, truffle scrambled eggs, and my favourite, the celeriac katsu sando.

(If you love Japanese food, order it and thank me later – it’s unreal!)

Finally, end things on a high with your choice of a vegan chocolate brownie, mille-feuille, or crème brûlée. 

Aubaine sure does serve up a classy bottomless brunch in Notting Hill, and I just know you’re going to love every second of it!

6. The Grand on Portobello


Address: 274 Portobello Rd, London W10 5TE

Phone number: 020 4537 4907

Price: £30 per person + price of brunch dish

The Grand on Portobello is a beautiful restaurant that sits on the corner of Acklam and Portobello roads and sports a Banksy masterpiece above it.

With its locally-sourced food, welcoming ambience, and brilliant drinks, it’s no surprise that The Grand is a gathering point for clued-in locals.

For £30 per person, you can enjoy unlimited bloody Marys and mimosas, every single day until 3 pm.

Because who doesn’t want to drink bottomless bubbles on a Wednesday, right?

And when paired with one of their delectable dishes, you’re really onto a winner with this one!

Vegans will love the pumpkin spice porridge with caramelised banana and blueberries, while meat eaters will go crazy for the buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup, bacon, and eggs.

Another firm favourite on the menu is the crème brûlée French toast with seasonal compote.

Whatever you order at The Grand, I can guarantee that it’ll be grand!


So there you have it: the 7 best places to go for bottomless brunch in Notting Hill.

There’s something seriously special about this area of London, and the same can be said for the quality of its brunches.

If you’re looking for a brilliant bottomless brunch in Notting Hill, you’re sure to have found it on this list!

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