Vagabond launched their new Bottomless Wine and Roast on 9th of October in Battersea, Northcote Road, Birmingham and Canary Wharf. Onin.London were lucky enough to get a sneak peak and it’s safe to say we’re fans.

The opulent offering will allow guests to share an array of wines chosen from Vagabond’s extensive collection, whilst indulging in a Sunday roast, the perfect combination! 

Priced at just £35 per person, or £42 per person if you would like to add Prosecco, Vagabond’s Bottomless Wine (White, Red or Rosè) and Roast, is a pretty decent price. I mean who doesn’t love a bottomless brunch and a Sunday roast? So mix it together and you have the perfect marriage. Guests can chose, chicken, pork-belly, beef and of course a vegan-friendly option too. We were lucky enough to try all three meat options and I’ll have to say, as someone who isn’t really a pork eater, the Pork was the clear winner. The sides were just as tasty, though we have to say we were a little disappointed on the Yorkshires. They were quite small and we could have done with two per plate…. Or one extra large one. Yorkshires are my favourite part of a roast though.

Overall we had a lovely visit to Vagabond, staff were very friendly and we enjoyed sitting in the garden seats outside, soaking up the last bit of sun.

After the bottomless wines stop, make sure you stick around and try one of Vagabond’s famous ‘tap and pour’ wine dispensers which provide a seamless self-pouring process. They’re available in all  eleven bars located across London and Birmingham.

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Written by Tegan LeBon