All you can eat and drink: Roka, Canary Wharf
Japanese robatayaki brunch paired with unlimited wine and sushi and grill buffet. The quiet weekend location attracts groups looking for a good time (like hen and stag dos) and it's generally a fun, hilarious place to be on a Saturday afternoon.
Set menu for two: £100
The Garrison on Bermondsey Street
A gastro pub a bit on the higher end with a fun, lively atmosphere where they encourage you to dig in to the well-presented dishes and wash it all down with copious cocktails. Enjoy brunch here with a group of friends to while away the weekend.
Average brunch for two: £80
The Kings Arms, Tooley Street
One word: Ribs
Ok, more words: Sweet potato fries, a burger bar, intricate Bloody Marys, locally sourced ingredients...We suggest coming here to watch the London Marathon; they put on a great show complete with live band outside and right alongside the passing runners.
Average lunch for two: £50
Roast, Borough Market
Location is everything here and you're in the heart of it above Borough Market with floor to ceiling windows letting in the afternoon light. We suggest the chateaubriand to share alongside roasties and Yorkshire puds covered in gravy.
Average brunch for two: £120
The Breakfast Club, Soho
American-style lunch and brunch spot, they don't just serve breakfast although their pancakes and eggs (all American-diner style of course) are their speciality. No reservations accepted here so be prepared to stand outside in line.
Average lunch for two: £35