A CITY centre restaurant is the latest to join the bottomless brunch trend.
Tapas restaurant Pintura is jumping on the boozy brunch bandwagon, launching its own version this weekend.
Diners can tuck into a range of Basque breakfast dishes and pastries, served with never-ending tipples such as Red Snappers, Mimosas, Frescas, juices and coffee.
The food menu will include omelettes, Frijoles Negro (slow-cooked black beans, piquillo peppers and tomato sauce) and ‘The Full Spanish’ with chistorra sausage, braised belly bacon, black beans and morcilla sausage, slow-roasted tomato and crunchy hen’s egg.
Managing director Lucy Cheetham said: “Brunch has become such a popular Sunday pastime to enjoy with friends and so we’re delighted to present our own Basque version of a new British obsession.”
Freshly prepared pastries from Pintura’s in-house baker include raisin bread, homemade brioche with orange and dark chocolate and Chistorra – paprika sausage rolls with piquillo spicy ketchup.
The new bottomless brunch menu costs £25 and runs from 10am to 2pm every Sunday, starting on July 24.