Gloucester Quays' only independent restaurant introduces festive bottomless brunch

Launching just in time for Christmas celebrations, Coal Kitchen at Gloucester Quays is adding a festive twist to its popular bottomless brunch menu this November 2023.

By Sarah Kent  |  Published

Coal Kitchen's famous boozy bottomless brunch is back in November 2023, with a special Christmas twist for the festive season.

Priding itself on sourcing the best local ingredients, always with sustainability in mind, the independent eatery at Gloucester Quays offers 90 minutes of brunch-time indulgence — perfect for a weekend or Christmas period get-together.

Brunchers can tuck into seasonal treats such as cinnamon swirl pastries, sourdough pizzettes with chestnut mushrooms and truffle oil or turkey tacos; a full English breakfast, steak frites, turkey sandwiches or baked cauliflower; and a full drinks menu, from coffee and hot chocolate to festive cocktail mixes, mulled wine and Champagne.

Priced at £39.50 per person, diners are invited to select one dish from each section of the brunch menu — with the first section offering a selection of starters and the second a good variety of main courses. The inspired festive menu caters for all, including vegetarians and vegans. 

Coal Kitchen's mixologists have also crafted some extra-specially cheerful cocktails for this most wonderful time of year. Toast the season with a Christmas bauble, infused with vodka, triple sec, lime and cranberry; a Gold Fizz, with sparkling wine, elderflower gin and syrup, and a sprinkle of gold dust; or a candy cane peppermint mojito, with rum, lime, sugar, mint, soda and a candy cane for the final flourish.

An unlimited number of drinks are available throughout the 90 minutes, too, with guests asked to finish their current drink before ordering another.

Coal Kitchen's festive bottomless brunch menu is available all day, from Monday 13 November 2023 to Sunday 7 January 2024.

To book a table, call (01452) 523760 or visit

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