Bottomless Brunch at Galvin Hop

One of my top three hobbies is going out to eat and within that bottom less brunch is my all time favourite dining experience. I had a meeting with two ladies who are planning to open a hair bar and they wanted to discuss a few things with me over brunch. Nothing beats a brunch meeting especially when it is bottomless. Of course because all my best ideas seem to come to me when I am somewhat inebriated.

Just to clarify a bottomless brunch is where you are offered unlimited alcohol for a specific time period while you eat brunch – most places tend to offer Prosecco for 1.5-2 hours. 

About Galvin Hop

35 Spital Square, London, E1 6DX

Galvin Hop is part of Galvin Restaurants who have a number of restaurants in the UK. At Galvin Hop the bottomless brunch session lasts up to 2 hours and you pay £10 for this option in addition to ordering 2 courses from their brunch menu. I will definitely be going back to Galvin Hop, not only because of the ambience, decor and amazing staff but because their brunch menu is so extensive and I am literally watering at the mouth reminiscing on how difficult it was to choose what I wanted to eat. You have the traditional breakfast options, or you can choose pancakes, soups, salads, steak, burger, fish – are you taking in the diverse options! View the menu here.

 

I decided to keep it simple with the Galvin Full English Breakfast and the Galvin Banoffe Pie for dessert. I typically do not like dessert but I really enjoyed this one.

Final Thoughts

  1. Inexpensive. As far as bottomless brunches go Galvin Hop is reasonably priced. Had I paid, my contribution to the bill would have been around £30.
  2. More choice. I love the number of options there are on the menu and also that it isn’t a restrictive set menu style.
  3. Good vibe. Some places you go for bottomless brunch are unnecessarily stuffy and boujee. I felt completely comfortable here.

I will definitely be going back and will keep you guys posted on what I get the next time round.

 

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