Piano Works Sunday Bottomless Brunch Review

London’s only non-stop live music venue, The Piano Works have turned Sundays into an all-day party with their bottomless brunches, running from midday until 4pm.The Piano Works musicians play songs exclusively on a request basis. You chose the tunes and if the pianist doesn’t know, they’ll learn it then and there! It’s a pretty impressive sight to see and hear.

As the human jukeboxes play, guests can enjoy two hours of bottomless prosecco (£15pp) or unlimited Bloody Marys (£20pp). Jenny sure kept us topped up during the day so shout out to her! We’ve heard a lot about Piano Works so was looking forward to visiting and singing away our Sunday. Make sure you get a seat near the stage, they’re definitely the best seats in the venue. Especially as after the two pianists finish playing, a full band join the stage to allow the party to continue.

My friend went with the The Full Works breakfast which includes pork and leek sausages, black and white pudding, bacon, onion and potato hash. It was very filling and helped line her stomach for the bottomless Prosecco.

Now readers who have read ONIN.London before know I love an Eggs Benedict, well Piano Works have created one with a little bit of a twist. In the Love Me Or Hate Me Eggs Benedict Burford brown eggs poached, bacon and marmite hollandaise sauce on an english muffin! It was delicous and actually worked. I was definitely in the Love Me side of things as it added that extra bit of saltiness to Eggs Benedict without being overpowering.

We decided to splurge on pancakes for dessert and it was the best decision. Pancakes with Berries and Ice-Cream, who could resist! Just ask for the menu, desserts are all £5 so super cheap!

After dessert we were dragged on to the dance floor by fellow guests. As you can see we had a great time and loved every minute of our time at Piano Works. I loved it that much, I’m headed back today so see you there! Piano Works is the place to be on weekends.


  • Piano Works
  • 113-117 Farringdon Road
  • Corner of Ray Street
  • Farringdon
  • London EC1R 3BX




Written by Tegan LeBon

Photos courtesy of Piano Works