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Bottomless Brunch at Piano Works London

February 3, 2018

Piano Works Brunch

On Sunday Sam and I headed to Piano Works in Farringdon for a fun afternoon of brunch, unlimited Prosecco and live music.


You can choose bottomless Prosecco or Bloody Mary’s which you’ll get for 2 hours with your brunch. For Saturday’s this costs £20 and on Sundays it’s only £15. They also have a range of cocktails to choose from and some soft drinks and mocktails.

Piano Works Brunch

The menu has some unique dishes such as the Bombay omelette with onion, spinach, cumin and curry powder served with a mini naan. Another dish being the love me or hate me eggs Benedict with poached eggs, bacon and Marmite on an English muffin.

I played it safe and went for the eggs Florentine and ordered some bacon on the side, this was nice and the eggs were cooked well. It isn’t the best egg dish I’ve had but it was still nice and was reasonably priced at £8.50. Bacon and other extras such as toast, smashed avocado and sausage cost £1.50 extra.

Sam went for the full English it came with pork sausages which were delicious! It also had a mixture of onion, potato and bacon which was pretty tasty too.

Just to let you know they will try and take out anything that you don’t want in your meal but don’t offer swaps for different foods.


Normally I don’t have puddings for brunch but who can say no to pancakes, they are a brunch staple. The pancakes were nice, they were topped with some berries and ice cream. But our favourite pudding was the chocolate roulade topped with cream, it was delicious!

Live music

Not only do you get brunch and bottomless Prosecco but you also get live music! The singers were incredible, at 12pm two singers with pianos performed. At around 1-1.30pm the whole band came out to perform.

On your table are napkins where you can request songs that you’d like the band to play. Just fill these in and place them on the lamp on your table. Your waiter will collect them and give them to the band.

Top tips: If you don’t like loud music go to the 12pm brunch session as it starts out quieter (it’s still fairly loud) for the first hour. Also if you want a song played add a tip as it’s more likely to get played first.

Overall thoughts

We had a really fun afternoon and I’d love to go back especially in the evening for drinks with a big group of friends. The brunch wasn’t the best that I’ve had but the live music and bottomless Prosecco definitely makes up for this. The food and bottomless drinks are very reasonably priced too.

Nearest tube 

113-117 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3BX

Brunch is available at weekends from 12-4pm – make sure you book in advance as it get’s busy!

*Thanks to Love London Pop Ups & Piano Works for inviting me*

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  • Reply Jonno February 5, 2018 at 7:10 am

    The Piano Works looks great, love your photos. The brunch sounded pretty good so may well have to try that out next time we’re in London.

  • Reply alexraphael February 9, 2018 at 10:46 pm

    Looks wonderful. Should definitely go.

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