Bottomless Brunch Watford: 7 Best Brunches You Need to Try [2023]


If there’s one thing that Watford does well, it’s a bottomless brunch.

Watford has an impressive selection of places to get your bottomless brunch on – and luckily for you, I’ve rounded them all up here in one place.

There’s something to suit every tastebud on this list, whether you prefer Prosecco or cocktails, fry ups or pancakes.

All that’s left to do is to send this post to your group chat so you can pick the perfect bottomless brunch in Watford for you this weekend.

Get scrolling, then get brunching!

1. Las Iguanas


Address: 61-63 High St, Watford WD17 2DJ

Phone number: 01923 953996

Price: From £29.95 per person

Las Iguanas are renowned for knowing how to throw a good fiesta, so it’s no surprise that their bottomless brunch in Watford is an absolute cracker.

For £29.95 per person, you’ll be treated to a starter and a main as well as ninety minutes of bottomless Prosecco or draught beer.

If you fancy bottomless cocktails, then they’re all yours for an extra £5 each.

Or, if you book from Sunday to Wednesday, they’ll let you upgrade for free!

As for the food, you’re in for a treat at Las Iguanas.

Nachos and an enchilada washed down with bottomless caipirinhas?

Yes, please!

Other menu highlights are the Brazilian sausage sandwich, the avo on toast, and the sweet potato, butternut and chickpea chilli burrito.

Unleash your inner party animal at Las Iguanas.

2. The Florist


Address: 65-67 High St, Watford WD17 2DJ

Phone number: 01923 901311  

Price: £30 per person

The Florist is probably my favourite place to go for bottomless brunch in Watford because, well, have you seen the photo above?!

The restaurant is decorated with botanical décor, making for the perfect place for a cracking Instagram picture.

And luckily for you, their bottomless brunch is an absolute winner too!

For £30 per person, you get a tailored-for-you brunch board, as well as bottomless drinks for a glorious 90 minutes.

With the build your own brunch board, you get to pick one item from each section to create your perfect brunch, which is amazing!

I’d have to go for the baked shakshuka, plant-based smoked sausage, toasted seeded bread, melon and pink grapefruit, and the Nutella French toast.

However, if that’s not enough, you can add any extra dish for an additional £3.

As for the alcohol, you’ll be enjoying Prosecco, Aperol Spritz or their house pint, so there’s something for everyone.

What are you waiting for?

Book in!

3. Slug & Lettuce


Address: 66-68 The Parade, Watford WD17 1AH

Phone number: 01923 244307

Price: £28 per person

Bottomless brunch at Slug & Lettuce is always a guaranteed good time.

And for just £28 per person, it’s a no brainer, really!

£28 will get you one delicious brunch dish and bottomless drinks for two hours.

The drinks on offer at Slug & Lettuce are mimosas, Aperol spritz, bloody Marys, and pints of Amstel.

However, if you’re staying away from the alcohol you can still enjoy virgin Marys and a selection of soft drinks.

Food-wise, there are plenty of options to choose from, including your classic full English, smashed avo on toast, egg dishes, and pancakes galore!

I’d personally have to go for the pornstar pancakes or the full vegan breakfast.

However, if none of those dishes takes your fancy, you can upgrade to more lunch-y options, like wraps, burgers and sandwiches, for an extra £3.

Worth it for the southern-fried chicken wrap or the meat-less burger, surely?

Similarly, an additional £10 will get you bottomless pornstar martinis.

Bottoms up!

4. O’Neill’s


Address: Station Rd, Watford WD17 1ET

Phone number: 01923 218413

Price: From £30 per person

O’Neills‘ bottomless brunches are always a guaranteed good time, and their Watford location is also sure to bring the party!

In return for £30, you’ll get bottomless Prosecco, Blue Lagoon cocktail, Alright Princess cocktail, Carling or Guinness.

However, you can upgrade to Aperol Spritz or Peroni for an extra £5 per person. 

As well as bottomless drinks, you also get to stuff your face with bottomless pizza as part of the deal.

Pick from their pepperoni, chick norris and margherita pizzas, and get ready for the bottomless pizza party of a lifetime.

The deal is available from 12 – 5 pm Thursday and Friday, and from 12 – 4 pm Saturday and Sunday, so you can enjoy this brunch well into the afternoon!

This is the perfect way to line your stomach and pre-drink, don’t you think?

What you see is what you get with O’Neills, and what you get is seriously tasty.

5. The Southern Cross


Address: 41-43 Langley Rd, Watford WD17 4PP

Phone number: 01923 256033

Price: £25 per person

Bottomless brunch at The Southern Cross isn’t a weekly affair but when it does roll around, it sure makes up for lost time.

Their offer is simple: for £25 per person (what a bargain!), you get one item from their brunch menu and unlimited drinks for 90 minutes.

The question isn’t ‘Should I book this bottomless brunch?’ but more ‘What on earth should I order?’.

Their menu is wide-ranging, featuring everything from full English breakfasts to chicken wings to tacos.

I can’t decide between ordering the breakfast wrap, the curried dirty fries or the nachos!

However, if none of those meals takes your fancy, you can upgrade to any burger for an extra £2.

With beauties like the all-American chicken burger and the chick-less burger on the menu, it’s certainly tempting.

Now, if you thought you had a hard time picking your meal, picking your alcohol won’t be any easier, I’m afraid.

Their drinks menu features beer, fizz, wine, cocktails, spirits and mixers, and more.

Basically, any drink you could ever desire is on their menu so you’re spoilt for choice, that’s for sure.

Keep an eye on their website for their next event as you don’t want to miss out!

6. The Essex Arms


Address: Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG

Phone number: 01923 218031

Price: £20 per person

The Essex Arms is one of my favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Watford.

Their offer is simple: pay £20 and you’ll get a brunch dish and house Prosecco for two hours.

This makes it the cheapest recommendation on this list!

Menu highlights are the steak and eggs, smashed avocado on toast, eggs Benedict, and the brunch burger.

I think I’d have to go for the full veggie breakfast though.

However, if you fancy something a little more lunch-y, there are also two sandwiches on offer.

Served on white or wholemeal bloomer bread or ciabatta, with a dressed salad and crisps, you can choose between a chicken BLT with mayo and a prawns in marie rose sauce sandwich.

Visit on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am – 2 pm to enjoy their delicious bottomless brunch in Watford.

7. Cassio Lounge


Address: 57-29 High St, Watford WD17 2DJ

Phone number: 01923 229530

Price: £21.50 for a pitcher + price of brunch dish

Cassio Lounge is one of the locals’ favourite spots – and it’s no surprise when the food is so delicious!

This is a great menu for picky eaters as there are endless options to choose from.

From the classic Lounge Breakfast to the Spinach & Feta Shakshuka to the Triple-Stacked Buttermilk Pancakes, there’s something to suit every tastebud.

Now swiftly moving on to the most important bit: the alcohol…

While their brunch isn’t bottomless, you can buy pitchers to make your brunch boozier, which is a pretty good compromise, don’t you think?

As far as pitchers are concerned, you can choose from their Elderflower Rosé Cooler, Strawberry Sling, Blue Goose, Cherry Bakewell, and Long Island Spiced Tea cocktails.

These will set you back anywhere between £21.50 and £23.25, which when split between a few of you, isn’t too bad.

I’ll have the Avocado Brunch with the Blue Goose pitcher, please!


So there you have it: the 7 best places to go for bottomless brunch in Watford!

While this list may be short, it’s certainly sweet.

My favourite bottomless brunch in Watford would have to be The Florist – what would yours be?

Whichever you choose to visit, you’re sure to be in for a great time!

However, if none of these brunches takes your fancy, why not try out a bottomless brunch in St Albans or a bottomless brunch in Hertford instead?

They’re well worth travelling for!

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