Leeds might be inundated with bottomless brunches, but how many can you grab on a Monday lunchtime?
For everyone that works a Sunday, doesn’t conform to the usual 9-5 or simply likes to celebrate without the Saturday rush, there’s no reason that you should be excluded from bottomless brunch experiences.
Lucky for you, we’ve found one that’s available every single day of the week.
Available from 12-4pm on weekdays and a slightly earlier time of 11am-2pm on weekends, Revolución de Cuba’s Latin-inspired bottomless brunch promises 90 minutes of endless strawberry daiquiris, pints of Mahou and free-flowing fizz alongside a dish of your choice from just £35.
Choose from Latin classics like the breakfast burrito, which come loaded with smoky sausage, bacon, omelette, chorizo, mozzarella and spicy tomato sauce, or opt for a chorizo hash with crispy patatas, chorizo, peppers and Manchego cheese sauce.
Elsewhere, you’ll find a Cubano Benedict – putting a Latin twist on the poached egg and hollandaise brunch classic with added light and zingy mustard spread, pulled pork and a sprinkling of sweet, smoky paprika – and veggie-friendly sweetcorn fritters, served with homemade guacamole, mango and chilli dressing and topped with a fried egg.
Those after something a little more traditional, meanwhile, can tuck into a full grilled English: served as a meaty, veggie or vegan offering. Think Quorn or pork sausages with grilled tomatoes, buttery toast and ‘perfectly served’ eggs amongst other traditional breakfast favourites.
To wash down the brunch servings, the selection of bottomless booze spans far further than pints and fizz. Expect the likes of Aperol Spritz, Disaronno fizz, Mimosas, Spanish Shandys and Bloody Marys to transform your regular Revs de Cuba brunch into a ninety-minutes bottomless experience that brings the best of Latin America right to your table.
There’s even the option to upgrade the menu and take advantage of show-stopper drinks that celebrate all things rum.
For an extra £10, guests can taste signature rum serves like Plantation 3 stars served with Fever-tree white grape and apricot soda; Havana club anejo especial served with Red bull or the Appleton estate signature served with Old Jamaican ginger beer, amongst other specialities.
The standout here though is the option for bottomless pornstar ‘rumtinis’. But if these boozy rum options aren’t enough to convince you, the upgraded bottomless also comes with an expanded menu choice where even some of the sauces feature Rev de Cuba’s favourite spirit.
Perfect for later bottomless brunch sittings, the £45 bottomless experience includes all burgers, burritos or burrito bowls off the main menu.
There’s meaty favourites like beef burgers topped with smoky pulled beef, Manchego cheese sauce, crispy onions and pickles and served with fries and rum mayo, Chimichurri chicken burritos with Swiss cheese, mustard and pickled onions in toasted Cuban bread, as well as veggie and vegan options aplenty to choose from.
Each guest can enjoy one brunch dish each, but for those who really want to get stuck in to the food you can also opt for sides and extras. Think cheesy Cuban fries, cajun creamy fries or sweet potato fries, plus extra mushrooms, homemade guacamole, halloumi and more starting from just £1 apiece.
Available to book throughout the week, to view the full menu and make your bottomless brunch reservation you can visit Revs de Cuba’s website.
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