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Bottomless brunch at Bōkan Canary Wharf

We were recently lucky enough to live the high life and experience Bokan’s Bottomless Brunch. The restaurant can be found above the Novotel hotel on Marsh Wall, and as it’s on the 37th floor you’re guaranteed incredible views over London whilst you dine and drink. The Canary Wharf restaurant offers offers a unique sky-high dining and cocktail experience with panoramic views of the London skyline.

Although it isn’t your typical brunch menu, the selection of food on offer is truly exceptional. The bottomless prosecco is not an exaggeration either; our glasses were never empty during our visit thanks to our observant server who made sure we were topped up at all times.

Available from 12:30 – 14:30, Bokan offers an incredible three-course meal with bottomless prosecco. The menu changes regularly but you are guaranteed the very best in modern cuisine, alongside friendly service and a glass of prosecco that never runs dry.

The bottomless brunch is £49 per person, so why not start the weekend early and indulge yourself at this great venue? If you’ve had one too many, its right on the doorstep of the Canary Wharf apartments, so you can stumble home safely. 

Take a visit to this trendy bar and take in the stunning scenery of London, with a creative menu inspired by rich European cultural cuisines. Keep reading to find out more about our bottomless brunch!

London Skyline

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As soon as you sit down at your table you’re greeted with three things: a wonderful view of London, a glass of prosecco, and some of the best bread you’ve ever eaten. Seriously.

The bread is still warm and comes with plenty of salted butter to slather on. The biggest challenge is not devouring it too quickly as you know you’ve still got three courses of food ahead of you!

Bottomless Brunch Starters

Bottomless Brunch, Organic pugliese burrata, pickled mushrooms and British little gem salad.
Organic pugliese burrata, pickled mushrooms and British little gem salad.
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Scottish salmon tartare, homemade potato blinis, shaved fennel

Organic pugliese burrata, pickled mushrooms and British little gem salad

The organic pugliese burrata was an immense dish. Gorgeously creamy and an enormous portion for one person. The pickled mushrooms were really tasty, and the dish could only be improved with a few more pieces of the delicious crisp bread to accompany it.

Scottish salmon tartare, homemade potato blinis, shaved fennel

A pretty plate that tastes as good as it looks. Beautifully seasoned salmon was accompanied by light and fluffy blinis.

The Main Course

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Merryfield duck leg confit, fresh borlotti beans, chorizo peppers
Bottomless brunch, Hereford beef bavette, shallots in red wine, fried egg, tomato Provencale
Hereford beef bavette, shallots in red wine, fried egg, tomato Provencale

Merryfield duck leg confit, fresh borlotti beans, chorizo peppers

The Merryfield duck was delicious, perfectly moist, tasteful and complemented beautifully by the beans and chorizo.

Hereford beef bavette, shallots in red wine, fried egg, tomato Provencale

A French take on the traditional breakfast dish of steak and egg, as you can tell from the above image, it looked too good to eat! It was a really juicy and succulent piece of beef (cooked medium rare, unless you specify otherwise). As we’d come to expect, this was a large portion and I struggled to finish it!

And last but not least...dessert!

Bottomless brunch, Gianduja mousse, lemon curd, caramel ice cream
Gianduja mousse, lemon curd, caramel ice cream
Bottomless brunch, Peach tart, lemon thyme cream, honey ice cream
Peach tart, lemon thyme cream, honey ice cream

Gianduja mousse, lemon curd, caramel ice cream

Easily the best part of the meal, the Gianduja mousse was light with a gorgeous chocolate shell complimented perfectly by the sweet tartness of the lemon curd. The ice cream and caramel crisp were delicious and I could have eaten more of everything.

Peach tart, lemon thyme cream, honey ice cream

When dessert first appeared in front of me I was slightly confused about why it included baby potatoes! However what looked like seasoned baby pots were in fact perfectly ripe and juicy peach slices. The shortbread at the bottom of the tart wasn’t too sweet and this was another balanced and delicious dish.

Bōkan Bottomless Brunch

As you can tell, we were very impressed with the bottomless brunch. We recommend this one for the incredible views alone! At almost fifty pounds per head it’s probably a special occasion type of meal, but although it’s a little on the pricey side for a brunch menu it’s excellent value for money. The views are some of the best in London and although the brunch menu changes regularly, you’re guaranteed an excellent meal with great service.

Price: £49 per person

Address: 40 Marsh Wall, Isle of Dogs, London E14 9TP (down the road from our Canary Wharf office!)

Availability: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays

Our Bottomless Brunch was a complimentary meal from Bōkan, however all our opinions expressed are our own. If you’re looking to book a Bottomless Brunch, it’s recommended to book in advance as the restaurant does fill up very quickly.

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