If there’s one meal I thoroughly enjoy heading out for, it’s got to be a good old bottomless brunch. There’s just something about bridging that gap between breakfast and lunch and indulging in a delicious late morning/early afternoon meal, celebrated with a tipple or two.
Bottomless brunch has fast become one of my favourite things to do when it comes to gathering friends together, or going out for ‘date day’ instead of ‘date night’ with my boyfriend. I’m much preferring these day time get together’s and events, I think I have done since reaching my thirties!
Today, I wanted to share a review I did of the bottomless brunch offering at Mamucium, while I was recently staying at Hotel Indigo in Manchester.
Mamucium is a classic restaurant and bar in the heart of the Northern Quarter, part of Hotel Indigo – a luxury hotel which opened up last year. The restaurant embraces the core characteristics of Manchester’s heritage. After dining here when it first opened, I was particularly impressed with the extensive menu, featuring British classics with that Northern twist.
If you fancy casting your eyes over a lunch or dinner menu at Mamucium, take a look at my previous review here. I literally couldn’t get enough of the incredible Manchester Tart dessert – a delightful play on the original.
Anyway, desserts aside. Take a look at the bottomless brunch menu offering below, which shows you can select any brunch dish with bottomless drinks for 1.5 hours. Gotta say, although I’m not personally a Bloody Mary fan, bottomless Mimosas, Processo’s and Bellini’s are exactly what I want to see on a bottomless brunch menu!
I personally feel that for £19.95, the offer of a brunch dish and bottomless drinks is a really good deal. Prosecco and Bellini’s can be around £6 a glass, and paired with a brunch dish, you usually expect a total of around £16 for your course and drink.
This way, you can mix up your drinks as you please. Maybe start with a Bloody Mary to wake you up (Martin went for this option, but I just can’t bring myself to like them!), enjoy your brunch dish with a Mimosa, and have a cheeky Prosecco or two to finish off the brunch.
The food dish pictured above is my Crushed Avocado on Sourdough dish choice – which won’t be a surprise to anyone as I always order avocado on toast! It came with Tossed Oyster Mushrooms were completely unique. I haven’t really tried mushrooms like this before, which had longer stems which were a little bit crispy.
Martin went for the Eggs Benedict with Parma Ham, which is his usual go to brunch dish. Couldn’t fault either of the dishes – the food was so tasty, served as decent sizes and perfectly presented. The atmosphere was warm and friendly, and as 1pm came along, the place picked up full of people choosing to dine either on the bottomless brunch menu or afternoon tea offering.
Brilliant value for a more premium dining experience. Thank you Mamucium!