Sundays are made for brunching. You party on Saturday night, drink one too many, go home, wake up hangover and devour your weight in pancakes to absorb all the booze. That’s how brunch started and it is its raison d’être. Cool kids have taken brunch over and made it a Sunday tradition. Turns out Gen Y and Z are much more well-behaved than previous generations and drink far less. But that’s not why we are here.
Since brunch has now become a Sunday tradition, you do not need to have gone out the day before. You just go to meet with your friends and enjoy a gigantic late breakfast. And since you did not go out the night before – because between you and I, staying in cosy wrapped in a blanket with a movie and a glass of wine is heaven – you can enjoy a glass or two of Prosecco during brunch.
Or… or you can straight indulge in a bottomless boozy brunch with infinite teapots of amazing cocktails that will put you into the right mood for the entire day. How does that sound? Amazing, am I right?!
So of course when Ana suggested I come with her at Little Nan’s Bar for a bottomless boozy brunch, I could only say yes! Best decision ever. Little Nan’s Kitchen is a small chain of bars with seven venues across London. We went to the Fitzrovia bar, on Warren Street. They offer a large selection of cocktails, hot drinks and food, an afternoon tea and the one and only, bottomless boozy brunch!
When you get into the bar, you enter an eclectic venue decorated in a old Britain meet Alice in Wonderland style. Portraits of Lady Di, British Flags, English trinkets and treasures, portraits of the queen, old porcelain, greenery all over, a funky Ali Baba would have loved it! We loved it as the decoration creates a very nice atmosphere.
We started brunch with a glass of Prosecco each. By glass, I mean teacup as it is the main glassware used for drinks. After having a look at the menu for our cocktails, we ordered a teapot of Queen Pat Butcher (spiced rum, grenadine, fresh lemon juice and bitter lemon) and First Lady Windsor (Vodka, Malibu, white Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, cranberry juice and fresh lime). Remember that they are bottomless so when one pot is empty, the waiter brings you a new one!
The boozy brunch includes three sharing platters featuring sweets and savory treats such as sausage rolls, scotch eggs, muffin with cream cheese, hummus, seasonal flatbread sandwiches, along with some delicious cakes. All of those are displayed on a vintage three tier cake stand. Little Nan’s Bar offers a vegan brunch alternative as well.
Overall it was a great experience. The lighting might not have been the best for photos but the idea itself is very nice. I loved the bottomless boozy brunch concept with infinite teapots of cocktails. The food was really nice and more than enough for the two of us. I was not able to finish all the dessert we had as I was so full. But it really was a nice experience and I highly recommend the place! I am actually bringing my university friends there in April!
What do you think of the place? Would you give it a go? Have you ever had a bottomless boozy brunch? How did you find it? Had you ever heard of Little Nan’s Bar & Kitchen?
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*We received a complementary brunch but all opinions are my own.