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Bottomless Brunch in Cardiff

Thursday 6 July 2023


An increasingly popular way to start the weekend off, bottomless brunches are big business, with many businesses in Cardiff putting their own twist on bougee boozy brunching.

If you’re someone who loves brunch, then Cardiff is the perfect place to be. The city boasts of some of the best brunch spots, and the trend that has taken Cardiff by storm is bottomless brunch. This concept of bottomless brunch is a delicious mix of breakfast and lunch foods served with unlimited cocktails or bubbles. If you’re looking for the perfect location for bottomless brunch in Cardiff, here’s a list of the best bars that you need to check out.

Cardiff has fantastic bars and restaurants that offer bottomless brunch, and it’s a great way to spend a weekend morning or afternoon with friends and family. Whether you’re looking for a more elegant setting or a fun and quirky atmosphere, Cardiff has it all. Head to one of these bars, and you’re guaranteed to have the perfect bottomless brunch experience.


Dirty Martini, Saint Mary Street

  • When? Tuesday-Friday 4pm | Saturday 12pm, 2pm & 4pm | Sunday 2pm & 4pm.
  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? From £37.50pp

As the name might suggest, Dirty Martini specialises in cocktails. But what might be less apparent, is that these cocktails can be enjoyed bottomless-style with brunch. Choose from eight cocktails including raspberry and elderflower Collins or espresso martinis, as well as prosecco and beer for non-cocktail drinks (whoever they are). The brunch in question is served in a highly Instagrammable birdcage, a la afternoon tea, and includes beef and cheese sliders, fried buttermilk chicken sliders, mac and cheese bites, veggie spring rolls and more. There is also a fully vegan version for our plant-based pals.


Revolucion de Cuba, The Friary

  • When? Every day
  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? From £30pp

This Cuban chain has branches all across the country, serving up Latin American-inspired dishes and colourful cocktails. The Brunch Fiesta at Revolucion De Cuba is pretty simple: you book a slot, choose three drinks from the list (bloody Mary, strawberry daiquiri, Mahou lager, prosecco, Aperol spritz, Disaronno fizz) then enjoy! Food options to soak up the cocktails include a ‘Cubano Benedict’, a smokey take on the classic dish with pulled pork instead of ham, or sweetcorn fritters with guac, mango and chilli. There are vegan and vegetarian fry-ups available too.

Choose the boozeless brunch for £20pp, standard bottomless brunch for £30pp or premium bottomless brunch for £40pp.


Las Iguanas, 2 locations  

  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? £29.95 per person + £5 for cocktails Thursday to Saturday

Despite the enormous menu, Las Iguanas delivers great food at a seriously reasonable price. The Latin American menu includes the likes of burritos, wings, ribs and more, while the drinks options are equally fun. The difference with bottomless brunch at Las Iguanas is that you get nachos to share as well as a main each. On the other hand, you only get beer or prosecco, and cocktails cost a £5 supplement from Thursday to Saturday. That being said, the food is great; highlights include the full Brazilian, a South American fry-up with all the trimmings; enchiladas; breakfast rolls and more. Extra toppings can be added for good measure.


Pitch, Mill Lane

  • When? Every day 11am-5pm
  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? £31.50pp, upgrade to a main £36.50pp

Pitch is a ‘fiercely independent’ Welsh restaurant and bar on Mill Lane offering extremely affordable brunch until 2pm. The full Welsh includes pork and leek sausage, thick bacon, hash brown, grilled tomato, two fried eggs and toast, while steak and eggs and pancake stacks are also available. While there’s a little less choice, it’s one of the most affordable on the list.


The Philharmonic, Saint Mary Street

  • When? Daily until 7pm (until 3pm on Saturdays)
  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? £30pp, upgrade to Ultimate £35pp

Although it’s a little more pricey, the bottomless brunch at The Philharmonic is well-known. The brunch dishes are a bit more indulgent than most, including the likes of buttermilk pancakes with crispy smoked bacon and maple syrup, a trio of mushrooms in a creamy dijon and spinach sauce on grilled sourdough or baked eggs with spinach and smoked paprika. The drinks available as part of the deal are prosecco, gin and any mixer, mojitos, pornstar martinis, mimosas, Tom Collins and raspberry cosmopolitans, as well as Coors Light for beer drinkers. Add churros tossed in cinnamon sugar with salted caramel and chocolate sauce for a sweet treat at the end (£3 per head).


The Botanist, Church Street

  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? £31.90 for 5 tapas-style plates and bottomless drinks.

For something a little different, The Botanist lets you build your own bottomless brunch. Choose an item from each section to assemble your ‘board’, then sip on unlimited prosecco, Aperol spritzes or house beer. Elements to add to your board include shakshuka, smoked trout and salmon pate with flatbread, jalapeno cornbread, melon and pink grapefruit and Nutella French toast, to name a few.


The Flight Club

  • When? Thursdays to Sundays
  • How long? 60 minutes of social darts and 60 minutes on the terrace.
  • How much? £25pp

A different spin on the concept of a bottomless brunch, enjoy a bottom of prosecco each (or mocktails for those not drinking) with orange juice to make your own mimosas, plus as much pizzas as you can eat during your time at the bar.


Culley’s Kitchen & Bar at the Coal Exchange

  • When? Saturdays
  • How long? 90 mins
  • How much? £35pp

Situated in one of Cardiff Bay’s most iconic buildings, choose from one of the varied mains on offer here at Culley’s and enjoy bottomless drinks for 90 minutes, choose from Prosecco, Glamorgan Welsh Lager, Dead Canary IPA and Inch’s Cider. Choose from a range of many themed brunches, covering topical sports and holidays.