LONDON EATERIES – Jack and Beyond bottomless brunch, the perfect treat to catch up with friends

Jack & Beyond is a cute little coffee shop in Parsons Green, with a chic vibe, that makes all of their cakes and bakes in house. The decorations are fun, with some funny, relatable expressions dotted around relating to coffee and cake. They offer a bottomless empanada brunch at £39.50 per person, with free-flowing prosecco (or white wine or beer) and a choice of 4 empanadas each, and a cake or brownie. If you have more of a sweet tooth, there’s also the option for bottomless brunch at £33.95 per person, replacing the empanadas for bottomless cake. The empanada selection includes four meat options and four vegetarian options to choose from. The range of cakes and brownies are just as varied and all look very delicious! Our four-legged friends will love it here too, being able to enjoy dog-friendly ice-cream and puppacinos. 

We were welcomed with a warm greeting by a lovely gentleman named Adam, who looked after us for our whole stay. He explained how the bottomless brunch worked, brought over some water for the table without the need for requesting it and topped up our bubbles throughout the whole experience whenever our glasses were getting low. He never let the prosecco glasses run empty, which is exceptional service and exactly the kind of attention your heart desires at a bottomless brunch!

The empanadas were tasty; the spicy chicken one was our favourite. I had the cheesecake which was scrumptious, and my friend had a salted caramel brownie which she fell in love with. It’s safe to say that we were very full when we left! Although we couldn’t help but gaze at the range of cakes for sale and on display, with such intricate details and exciting decorations.

We had the most wonderful time at Jack & Beyond and could not recommend it enough. It’s the perfect treat for a catch up with friends, a mother’s day present or start to birthday celebrations.

Jack and Beyond, 606 Fulham Rd, London SW6 5RP

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Ellie, Heart London Magazine