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Food: Bottomless Brunch at Mr Whites English Chophouse Manchester

A sunday well spent brings a week of content. That’s the saying, right? Well I truly lived up to it last Sunday! Brunch is one of those things now that is taking over the Sunday schedule. Whether it be a greedy affair of various plates being brought to your table at numerous times, from eggs on toasts to syrup laden pancakes. All washed down with copious amounts of coffee mixed with glasses of Bucks Fizz.

Or, you can chose a Bottomless kind, where you can indulge in one main breakfast or lunch style place, and keep that Prosecco flowing. Oh yes. Now that is my kind of brunch.

With that in mind, I headed to Marco Pierre Whites ‘Mr Whites English Chophouse‘ on Canal Street, Manchester, for the bottomless Prosecco brunch. And what a treat it was.

If you read my blog often or follow me on Instagram, you’ll know this isn’t the first time I’ve raved about this place. I visited this place when it first opened (blog post here) and I reviewed the evening dinner menu, and wow, I was blown away by the delicious food, the portion sizes, the wine, but more importantly – the incredible service and the stunning interior.

If you’re looking for a place to dine that oozes sophistication and class, then Mr Whites English Chophouse by Marco Pierre White is the place. Literally feel like royalty every time I visit this place.

Myself and my sister were booked in for Bottomless Brunch. If you follow my Instagram, you may have already saw my Insta post talking about it, or indeed my insta stories which gave you a live tour.

But if you don’t, then no worries. Everything is on this blog post for you to gawp at!

In a nutshell, you can book in anytime at the Canal Street venue from 11am to 4pm, choosing a dish from either the breakfast menu, or the lunch menu. After all, that is exactly what brunch is: breakfast and lunch combined!

The Bottomless Brunch comes with unlimited flowing Prosecco for an hour and a half sitting, which to me is very reasonable when having one place. Any longer and I’d never leave the place, and you’d struggle to get me to stand on two feet.

I was rather hungry at our 1pm sitting and went for the All Day Vegetarian Breakfast plate – a large plate filled with toasted crumpets, x2 veggie sausages, x2 hash browns, a side portion of baked beans, x2 poached eggs, roasted cherry tomatoes and mushrooms.

I couldn’t fault the portion size. If anything, it was plenty enough for a breakfast.

I thought I would share their other menu too, just incase you’re interested in having a nosey at their other Sunday offerings. And hopefully from the photos above, you can see what I mean when I say this place is stunning. A real premium, luxury vibe when you walk in. Almost like a hidden underground gem.

My sister was my guest, and as she had already indulged in toast and cereal that morning, she went for a lighter lunch option as her food choice. She chose the Avocado and Prawn plate, which was piled with huge chunky slices of soft, ripened avocado topped with a portion of prawns and lemon.

She totally chose the healthier option!


We probably got through around 4 glasses of Prosecco during our brunch, which the helpful waiting on staff were bringing round, making sure our glasses were never empty. I have to comment that the Prosecco was actually a real high quality one. Not too dry, not too fizzy, and it tasted like an expensive one too.

You know when Prosecco has that real fine quality taste? Yep, that.

The brunch costs £30, so it’s worth getting one of the biggest plates and sipping as much Prosecco as you enjoy throughout your sitting.

That being said, we slightly went over our hour and half sitting, but was never rushed out or made to feel no longer welcome.

I’d put this one forward as one of the most classiest, up-market brunches I’ve had in Manchester.

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