30 April 2021

Newcastle Bottomless Brunches Roundup

I decided to make a list of things that I wanted to do as Lockdown lifts and let's just say a lot of my ideas involved alcohol. I think I've only been for a couple of bottomless brunches in the past so I wanted to look into which restaurants were offering them and how they differed. Here's what I found out:

Revolution de Cuba 

I'm going here soon so will do a review! You'll find Rev de Cuba right in the centre of Newcastle not far from the train station in the Cloth Market. The cocktails are amazing here and I love the bright colour scheme!


Drinks wise there's a lot of choice - Aperol Spritz (that's what I'm going for), Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Strawberry Daiquiri, Spanish Shandy (lemon beer), Mahou pints (beer) and Love Daiq-tually cocktail. The drinks will keep coming for ninety minutes. Brunch dishes include a traditional Full English, Chorizo hash, Cubano Benedict (pulled pork) and Breakfast Burrito (with sausage, bacon and chorizo). Vegetarian options include Avocado Brunch (sourdough topped with guacamole and mango salsa) and Sweetcorn Fritters. 

The costs changes depending on the time slot you choose - 11am/11.30 am is £30, 12pm/12.30pm/1pm is £25 and 1.30pm/2pm is £30. Available seven days a week. 

Click here for more information and menus. Booking available now. 


Jam Jar

I've had some great food in Jam Jar in the last few years - I really like the atmosphere, decor and the location (Osbourne Road in Jesmond). 


Drink options (Boozy): Prosecco, Bellinis, Mimosas

Drinks options (Virgin): Fruit juice, lemonade, Pepsi, tea, coffee, ginger beer

Food options: Eggs Benedict, Eggs Royale, Salmon, Avocado and Eggs, Full On Jesmond (Full English), Savory French Toast (with homemade chorizo jam). 

Veggie options: Eggs Boujee (spinach and eggs on a muffin), French Toast 

The Bottomless Brunch here is only available on weekends (Friday/Saturday/Sunday) from 11am to 3pm and lasts for two hours. It's £28 for the Boozy Brunch and £16 for the Virgin (non-alcoholic) brunch. 

Click here for the brunch menu.


Banyan

Banyan appeared in the heart of Newcastle (close to the Monument) in 2019 and is known for it's great cocktails and 2 for 1 offer all day every day. As well as the Bottomless Brunch, you can also get a Bottomless Supper if you'd prefer to overindulge in the evening instead of being drunk at lunchtime. 


Drink options: Prosecco, Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritz, Garibaldi (Campari and orange juice), Poached Pear Spritz, Orange Blush Spritz and Wild Berry Spritz

Drinks options (non-alcoholic): Cocktails and prosecco available upon request 

Food options: Breakfast Hash, Poached eggs with ham or salmon, Chicken Schnitzel, Chicken Katsu Burger, Deluxe Burger, Steak Frites, 

Veggie options: Vegan Breakfast Hash, Smashed Avocado and Poached Eggs, Revitalise Bowl, Meatless Meatball Melt 

The Bottomless Brunch at Banyan is available every day until 4pm and is £29.95 per person, and offers ninety minutes of free-flowing drinks. 

Click here for the brunch menu. Bookings available from 17th May. 


Sohe

Ah, I love Sohe - beautifully presented pan-Asian food and great cocktails. It's at the top of Osbourne Road not far from West Jesmond Metro (you're not planning on driving are you)?



Drink options: Prosecco, Aperol Spritz, Asahi Beer, Plum and Lychee Spritz

Selection of Starters to share: Prawn Crackers with Tamarind Dip, Chicken Satay and Peanut Dip, Veggie Dumplings with sweet dipping sauce, Salt & Chilli squid

Food options (Mains): Chicken Katsu Curry, King Prawn Panang Curry, Beef & Black Bean Stir Fry

Veggie Mains: Vegetable Thai Yellow Curry, Vegetable Pad Thai (all mains served with jasmine rice)

Sides also available at extra cost. 

The Bottomless Brunch at Sohe is available Fridays and Saturdays from 12pm to 5pm or Sundays 2pm to 6pm and lasts ninety minutes. It's £30.95 per person.

Click here for the brunch menu. Bookings available now (outdoors)


The Botanist

Another firm favourite in the centre of Newcastle - again great cocktails and delicious hanging kebabs. Interestingly you can build your own brunch here - more below.


Drink options: Prosecco, Aperol Spritz (classic, ginger or spiced orange) or house pint. 

Food options: You pick one item from eggs and tofu/hearty (sausage or trout)/bakery/fruit and grains/sweet and a mini juice boost (see menu for details). 

The Bottomless Brunch at The Botanist is available every day? It's £30 per person. You can get ordinary brunch for £15 and pay for drinks on top. 

Click here for the brunch menu. Bookings available from 17th May.


The Alchemist

Known for it's cocktails that look like something out of Harry Potter (lots of dry ice and theatre), the Alchemist is also conveniently in the centre of town in Eldon Square (close to the Monument). The version is called Boundless Brunch/Murder on the Dancefloor and is accompanied by cool hits from the 00s (it says think Daft Punk and Spiller). Be aware that the standard brunch option comes with three cocktails, and you have to pay £10 more for unlimited cocktails. 


Drink options: Cherry Bomb, Elderflower One, Peachy T, Champerol Spritz (no or low alcohol options available)

Food options: The Full Alchemist (Full English), Wings and Waffles, Breakfast Burrito, Salt Beef Benedict, Pancake Stack with bacon, Spicy chorizo hash

Vegetarian/Vegan: Roast squash hash, Pancake stack with fruit, Avocado & Squash on toast, Scrambled eggs on toast, Veggie Benedict, 

The Bottomless Brunch at The Alchemist is available every weekend from 10am to 2pm. Brunch with three cocktails is £25 each, the unlimited drinks option is £25 per person (ninety minute session). 

Click here for the brunch menu. Bookings available now on the terrace, May 17th indoors.

Happy brunching! Remember to check the terms and conditions before you book a brunch.

Debbie x 


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