Open every Saturday from 12.00pm – 5.00pm, the On & On Bottomless Brunch (named after the Erykah Badu song, On & On) will provide a feast of must-try brunch classics and unlimited, thirst-quenching drinks set to an exuberant soundtrack of DJs playing ‘90s R&B and hip hop favourites (think TLC, Biggy, Tu Pac, Destiny’s Child, Boyz II Men and Backstreet).
The two-course set menu offers a starter, a main course and a side to satisfy a wide-range of tastes and dietary requirements. Tantalising mains include a salt beef bagel; a smoked salmon bagel; decadent stacked pancakes, the plant-based Delica squash and golden beetroot; and Sicilian baked eggs.
The menu is completed by a selection of Cafe KOKO’s increasingly renowned pizzas: the vegetarian El Classico; the creative toppings of The Hope and Anchor; and the meat-and-spice indulgence of the Downtown Jimmy Brown.
Meanwhile, visitors can choose from one of three unlimited drink options: the house Bloody Mary and classic Mimosa cocktail, or Prosecco.
About Cafe KOKO
Tucked behind the iconic KOKO music venue, Café KOKO is a lively tap bar and eatery, reminiscent of the laidback Italian trattoria culture found in New York and LA. Stunning interiors, good music and original artworks create a vibrant atmosphere, with photography featuring Grace Jones, Amy Winehouse and Anderson Paak filling the walls, alongside artwork by contemporary painters, illustrators and graffiti artists.
Guests stop by for brunch, lunch, late-night pizzas, and live music throughout the week, with a soulful menu full of Italian flavours to indulge in. Choose from sharing plates, salads, and mains, alongside wood-fired pizzas topped with winning combinations and decadent desserts. Weekend brunch delivers a dose of nostalgia with 90’s R&B every Saturday and soul infused live music every Sunday, while curated artists and DJs take to the Café’s intimate stage during the week.
It’s quickly becoming a favourite among musicians and creatives; it’s where Stormzy held his birthday party; Nicki Minaj stopped traffic for her meet and greet, TEMS held an impromptu performance, and artists hang out ahead of theatre shows