London

Blues Kitchen

Great food and drink with live blues & soul music every night

Blue’s Kitchen is known in London for a mix of great food and drinks with live blues & soul music every night. They have three locations in Brixton, Camden and Shoreditch. Vibe wise, they are one of the best in London. I went to check out their bottomless weekend brunch, and I thoroughly enjoyed my experience.

The bottomless brunch is for 2 hours for either Bloody Marys or Mimosas for £19.95 or bottomless Prosecco for £22.95. I was impressed at how much the staff were on top of giving top-ups throughout the brunch. To eat, we had The Big Boss burger which came with Grass-fed ribeye & bone marrow burger, smoked USDA beef brisket, American cheese, onion rings, South Carolina Sauce and pickled chillies. It really was a beast of a burger but absolutely delicious. We also had the huevos rancheros with corn tortilla, eggs, chorizo, refried beans, feta cheese, pico de gallo salsa, tomatillo sauce and sour cream. This was my favourite as I love Mexican flavours, it was definitely a very filling brunch.

For dessert, we had to have the oreo doughnuts. These were crazy good with a salted caramel dip, super gooey and sweet. I also had an espresso martini cocktail to finish. To sum up, I really enjoyed the brunch, it was definitely a boozy one and hefty food-wise. I definitely recommend, but I’d recommend going on a day when you have no other plans as you will get a food coma and need a nap afterwards.

Blues Kitchen Highlights

Bottomless Mimosas & Bloody Marys at Blues Kitchen
Bottomless Mimosas & Bloody Marys
The Big Boss Burger at Blues Kitchen
The Big Boss Burger
Huevos Rancheros at Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Huevos Rancheros
Oreo Donuts at Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Oreo Donuts
Cocktails at Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Cocktails at Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

Locations

Shoreditch, Brixton & Camden

Pricing

  • Bottomless Drinks from £19.95
  • Cocktails from £10
  • Food from £7-£15
  • Dessert from £6.50

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