Best Bottomless Brunch Spots In Cornwall




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What’s better than a hearty breakfast to kickstart the day? Bottomless drinks on the side! 

Of course, alcohol served for breakfast doesn’t sound like the healthiest option. But sometimes, a little booze in the morning is the only way to keep someone going! And what if we say you can opt for soft drinks as well – sounds better?

Well, then, you’re in for a treat!

Cornwall, often known for its stunning landscapes and cuisines, offers an array of venues serving bottomless brunch paired with free-flowing drinks. From quaint cafes to trendy seaside restaurants – we’ve sourced the region to bring you the crème de la crème of bottomless brunch experiences. 

So, prepare your taste buds (and your tolerance levels) as we share the hotspots for savouring scrumptious dishes, sipping on bottomless bubbles, and basking in the unique ambience of Cornwall!

Must-Visit Places In Cornwall For A Bottomless Brunch Menu

1. Slug & Lettuce, Newquay

Slug & Lettuce guarantees a fantastic experience to bottomless brunch enthusiasts, and its Newquay location is no different. For just £30, you can relish a scrumptious brunch dish accompanied by bottomless drinks for two hours. So, don’t shy away and sip on some of the tastiest bloody Marys and mimosas. Non-alcoholic options like virgin Marys and a variety of soft drinks are available too. 

Moving on, the brunch menu offers a plethora of choices, from protein-rich egg dishes to sweet and gooey pancakes. But if you desire a full meal, perhaps for an early lunch, you can upgrade for an additional £3 to enjoy wraps, burgers, and sandwiches. And for an additional £10, you can enjoy free-flowing pornstar martinis!  

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2. Dolly’s Tea Room, Falmouth

Dolly’s in Falmouth offers a unique and vibrant experience, combining a traditional tea room, a wine house, and a gin palace! As such, this enchanting establishment offers a gorgeous vintage vibe with a delightful selection of spirits. 

On sunny days, we recommend Cornish cream tea paired with homemade cakes. And as darkness falls, you can switch to mouthwatering cocktails or the good old wine served in teapots and vintage cups. Plus, the cocktails are served alongside sugar bowls filled with ice cubes. So, make sure you click lots of pictures for the gram!

Not to forget, you can order some tidbits to go with the drinks and complete your brunching experience. So, get ready to capture both taste and aesthetics at this charming venue!

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3. The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth

This venue is sure to offer an elegant and unforgettable bottomless brunch experience in Cornwall. Its renowned brunch offers a delectable brunch dish and two-hour sessions of unlimited G&Ts. 

Although the brunch options are limited, it features all the must-have delicacies, like eggs benedict, smoked salmon, buttered granary toast, and more. But if you’re in the mood for lunch, we highly recommend the grilled focaccia sandwiches. 

To top it off, try their in-house infused gins with soda, lemonade, or tonic water. And if you’re not into alcoholic drinks, don’t forget to try their bottomless mocktails, alcohol-free gins, and more. 

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4. Cabana Restaurant, Truro

Prepare for an outstanding dining experience at this well-loved Mexican eatery, where a plethora of flavourful brunch dishes awaits. Here, you’ll find plenty of value-for-money options in their bottomless brunch menu, offering a three-course meal alongside unlimited prosecco, mimosas, and guava bellinis.

For a complete brunch experience, we recommend starting with a delectable sharing platter. Then you can choose from a wide range of breakfast items paired with a refreshing pineapple carpaccio. And make sure you don’t miss the sweet and crunchy churros in the end!

Overall, this restaurant guarantees a brunch experience that will leave your taste buds satisfied and your craving for Mexican flavours fulfilled.

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5. Blue River Table, Falmouth

Head over to Blue River Table for a unique waterside bottomless brunch experience in Cornwall. Here, you can immerse yourself in the serene ambience of The Carrick Roads while relishing a delightful meal and a well-stocked bar. You can step in whenever you’re in the mood for some prosecco-topped afternoon tea or keep an eye out for special events, including takeovers by local gin distillers.  

However, the USP of this brunch spot is definitely the “on-board” location, wherein you sip on a Cornish cocktail as the river gracefully transitions into dusk – what a breathtaking sight!

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6. Polgoon Vineyard, Penzance

In this extraordinary destination at the southernmost point of Cornwall, Polgoon Vineyard stands proudly on the slopes of the west, basking in the sunshine that nurtures its abundant fields. The idyllic setting provides the perfect environment for cultivating high-quality produce. 

For over a decade, Polgoon Vineyard has been crafting exceptional wines, which you can savour while enjoying breathtaking views across Mounts Bay. Whether you prefer a casual experience with a self-guided tour or a guided exploration of sparkling wines, this vineyard offers the best of both worlds.

But don’t miss the on-site foodie shop, where you’ll find an unbeatable array of beverages and delectable treats, including farm-fresh eggs, cider, wine, and more. As such, Polgoon Vineyard is a stunning haven for wine and dine enthusiasts, offering both delightful experiences and tantalising flavours. 

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7. The Alverton Hotel, Truro

Look no further than The Alverton Hotel for an exceptional bottomless brunch experience in Cornwall. Priced at £25, the bottomless brunch offers two hours of unlimited G&Ts and a mouthwatering brunch dish that will leave a lasting impression.

That said, the brunch menu is brimming with options, such as blueberry waffles, breakfast brioche, etc. Or you can opt for a hearty Cornish breakfast, which can be turned into a vegetarian or vegan breakfast too. 

However, we highly recommend the bean arancini and smoked applewood with chilli corn relish. It tastes just as divine as it sounds! On the other hand, if you want a lighter option, the fruit platter with passionfruit sorbet and coconut granola is a lip-smacking choice. 

Moving on, The Alverton Hotel offers four in-house infused gins – raspberry, lime, and chilli, orange and pink grapefruit, rosemary and thyme, and strawberry and blueberry. These flavour combinations are nothing short of impeccable, making it difficult to choose between them. 

For those who don’t drink alcohol, fret not. The non-alcoholic unlimited brunch at a reduced price of £15 has got you covered!

But note that this delightful brunch experience is only available from Monday-Saturday, between 11 am to noon.

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8. Tarquin’s Gin School, St Ives

Cornwall is renowned for its exceptional spirits, and we’re not referring to ghosts! We’re talking about the beloved classic – rum and gin. 

Tarquin’s, one of Cornwall’s premier gin distillers, has garnered global recognition for its remarkable gins and captivating distillery tours. And we couldn’t help but agree after immersing ourselves in their gin schools located in Padstow or St Ives for an unforgettable experience. 

If you’re lucky, you could even craft a personalised bottle of gin, experiment with botanicals, and discover trade secrets. This hands-on opportunity allows you to learn more about the world of wines and create a thoughtful gift for someone special or keep a memento of your visit. 

So, whether the elegantly designed bottle remains full or empty – the memories you make here will be remembered for years to come!

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9. The Stable, Falmouth

The Stable’s extraordinary bottomless brunch experience in Falmouth, priced below £30 per person, is sure to leave you awestruck. Step right in, and you can indulge in a delectable main dish, a mouthwatering dessert, and a generous 90 minutes of bottomless drinks. 

The venue exudes a trendy industrial ambience, creating a unique atmosphere to enjoy the incredible food offerings. However, the star of the show is their selection of sourdough pizzas, with an array of irresistible options on the menu.  

We also recommend The Blazing Saddle, covered with mozzarella cheese, roasted peppers, red onion, smoked bacon, and slow-roasted pulled beef. But if you’re not into pizzas, you’ve got loads of enticing options like the popular goat’s cheese and roasted squash salad. 

For drinks, you can choose from unlimited Prosecco, beer, or cider. On paying £8 extra, you can avail yourself of bottomless bubbles, including passion fruit spritz, sex on the beach, Cuba libré, and more. This incredible offer is available every Saturday from 11:30 am to 4 pm, making The Stable a must-visit on weekends. 

But ensure you book a reservation beforehand, as this fabulous restaurant is usually jam-packed with foodies from all over the county!

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10. Rhubarb & Bloom Cocktail Lounge, Wadebridge

If you reside in the vicinity of Wadebridge and desire to enjoy an excellent brunch with unlimited servings, Rhubarb and Bloom is the place to be. The bottomless brunch is priced at £30 per individual and includes a finger-licking breakfast assortment along with endless Prosecco for 90 minutes. 

This place also delivers Insta-worthy decor with visually appealing breakfast platters. Each bottomless brunch platter consists of waffles, scones, croissants, and plenty of fruits, available from Monday to Saturday between 11 am and 1 pm.  

However, if you prefer a brunch without unlimited servings, Rhubarb and Bloom also provides a couple of other enticing alternatives. Its Tipsy Tapas and Tipsy Tea offers, priced at £40 for two, provide a cold tapas sharing board, and an afternoon tea experience, respectively. Plus, you get four delightful cocktails to get you in a merry mood. 


11. St Ives Brewery, Hayle

The St Ives Brewery taproom in Hayle offers a unique blend of bar atmosphere and the captivating view of a brewery. Although relatively new, it has quickly become one of our favourite places in Cornwall to enjoy a refreshing pint. 

On that note, you can quench your thirst with a variety of beers, including IPAs, stouts, pilsners, and even a Belgian Dubbel infused with Cornish blackberries. And what makes these beverages special is the fact that they’re brewed and bottled right in front of you.

But if you’re not fond of hoppy beers, consider devouring the wide range of spirits and ciders, guaranteed to leave you with rosy cheeks! Moreover, on Friday nights, you can dig into the delicious pizzas from the local establishment Flour Power Pizza Parlour, along with your chosen pint.

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12. The Lounges

The Lounges, known for their popular brunch spots nationwide, have also gained a strong following in Cornwall. And rightly so because of the incredibly delicious breakfast offerings with an array of options to choose from. 

Whether you want to pamper your sweet tooth with the Triple-Stacked Buttermilk Pancakes or keep it simple with the classic Lounge Breakfast, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Note that this spot does not offer an all-you-can-eat experience, but you can surely indulge in some bottomless beverages.

You can opt for pitchers of Long Island Spiced Tea, Blue Goose, Strawberry Sling, Elderflower Rosé Cooler, and lots more. These pitchers range in price from £21.50 to £23.25, which, when shared among a few people, is quite reasonable.

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13. Star Glazers, Falmouth

Pottery painting is a delightful activity that combines tranquillity and the expression of vibrant colours. However, there’s one way to make it even better – by adding gin!

Star Glazers has truly mastered this concept with its exclusive events tailored for adults, where the flow of both paint and gin is perfectly balanced. Although the conventional practice of painting mugs and bowls while enjoying a cup of tea is always enjoyable, it’s hard to resist the allure of their evening events. 

These occasions are great for a friend circle who loves all things creative. Let the unlimited gin unlock a whole new level of artistic inspiration within you!

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To Sum Up

Besides the aforementioned recommendations, we recommend Cosy Club’s festive bottomless brunch, especially during Christmas time. Some of the appetisers offered include Pigs in Blankets served with mulled cider and Fried Halloumi accompanied by a smoked red pepper aioli.

So, whether you’re a local or a tourist, Cornwall’s best bottomless brunch spots are sure to leave you satisfied and craving for more. However, we recommend you drink responsibly because the restaurant management reserve the right to refuse serving alcohol to any customer at any time of the day. 

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