Free Flowing Prosecco

Is a trip to London complete without a bottomless brunch?

At the beginning of May I took a road trip to London to visit some friends. After a rather tipsy Saturday night out in Tooting it was time to head into the centre of London for my first ever bottomless brunch.

We booked a table at Spaghetti House, Haymarket (there are quite a few different locations in London) for 2:30pm so I had plenty of time to pull myself together.

After being stuck on the tube for 45 minutes longer than expected on a sweltering hot day, we finally arrived just after 3:00pm. The staff were so friendly and welcoming. Our prosecco was being poured within minutes of us sitting down.

By this point I was had made a full recovery and was ready to eat some delicious food. For some strange reason I tried to be semi healthy in my ordering starting with salmon and sourdough toast, followed by a burrata salad. Both courses were tasty however I was a little disappointed in the salad as it literally was a few leaves and a small scattering of olives, tomatoes and avocado. The burrata was good though, very creamy and fresh.

By this point, despite only having a salad as my main (somebody may have given me a slice of their pizza), I was feeling very full.

We had a short break before our profiteroles arrived. This was by far my favourite course. The pastry was perfect and they were completely stuffed with cream. I think I managed to eat them all but one.

I would definitely visit Spaghetti House again. The food is fairly simple but great value for money. For just £29 you get three courses and 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco. Can I also point out again that this is in the centre of London. Very cheap for this location.

As always, thanks for reading.

K x

P.S. They have 10 locations in London so if you’re interested just pop on over to their website and see where is closest.

https://www.spaghettihouse.co.uk/menus

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