You could be forgiven for thinking this blog has rebranded and become a blog dedicated to all the bottomless brunch choices there are out there at the moment but, alas, it hasn’t. I am still here, I’ve just been eating a lot of brunch! Hope you don’t mind.
Hide Burger Bar is one of those places I’ve wanted to try for the longest time. We’re talking years! And for whatever reason I’ve just never been. So when I was given the opportunity to try their bottomless brunch, of course I said yes!
I brought my friend Sophie along (it’s so confusing when your best friend has the same name as you!) and we made ourselves at home.
Firstly, the interior is gorgeous. Hide Burger Bar has a bit of everything and I love it all. Sophie will tell you, I could not stop taking pictures!
There was a rustic wooden bench along the back wall filled from one end to the other with plump cushions. But there were also modern clean white chairs to match the tables. The cutlery was lovingly mismatched and the walls were covered in cow and foodie themed ornaments.
The huge windows flooded the place with light and the white furniture and walls only made it brighter. If I could take just a little bit of the light in there and inject it into my home then I definitely would!
Okay so onto the brunch.
The Hide Burger Bar bottomless brunch is £18.95 per person and includes an unlimited drink and a choice of main, all from a set menu, and 90 minutes to make the most of it.
For drinks, you can choose from Shiny lager, tea and coffee, prosecco or Bucks Fizz.
For the mains, there are loads to choose from including Fried Egg Fries, Eggs Benekick, Brunch Burger (£3.50 extra), and Slutty Eggs. Yep, Slutty Eggs.
I don’t drink alcohol, I very rarely drink tea but I never ever drink coffee (I don’t know how anyone does! Unpopular opinion, I know) so I asked if I could have just a standard orange juice. The lady politely said she shouldn’t really but that it would be okay, just this one time. My friend Sophie went for the Bucks Fizz.
We were so busy chatting it took us ages to decide on our mains. I had looked over the menu at home I don’t know how many times and I’d sent it to Sophie to look over too so it wasn’t like we’d never seen it before! There were just so many things we wanted to try.
In the end I chose the Salt Beef Hash. Corned beef hash is one of my favourite meals and I have it at home all the time. It’s a proper winter warmer, so I hoped it would be similar to that. If you’ve never heard of corned beef hash then be warned, it looks kinda yucky and sometimes smells kinda yucky but it is 100% delicious. Definitely worth a try if you’ve never had it before.
After much deliberation Sophie went for the Fried Egg Fries but the Brunch Burger was also a strong contender.
Not gonna lie, when Sophie’s Fried Egg Fries were placed in front of her I kinda wished I ordered them too. But my Salt Beef Hash looked equally as good so I didn’t feel so bad after that.
My Salt Beef Hash was basically home-cured salt beef, fried potatoes and onions all stuck together in a generous block and topped with two fried eggs with perfectly gooey yolks. It was a massive portion and absolutely delicious! I could have and happily would have eaten it all day long.
Sophie’s Fried Egg Fries were basically a mountain of skin-on fries covered in n’duja cheese sauce and topped with two fried eggs with the perfect gooey yolks just like mine. Again, the portion was huge and Sophie didn’t have a bad thing to say about them.
We really did use every last second of our 90 minute time limit. We just talked and talked and talked and the lovely staff never failed to ensure our drinks were topped up at all times. We didn’t even have to ask!
I would definitely recommend the Hide Burger Bar bottomless brunch. It is a boozy brunch although I think most bottomless brunch deals are, or at least the ones I’ve tried. Which, to be honest, can be a little off-putting if you’re not a big drinker, like me.
If you stick to the soft drinks then the value for money isn’t as good as if you’re having glasses and glasses of lager or prosecco. But that’s my problem and obviously my choice so it’s just something I have to put up with I suppose.
If you’d like to browse the Hide Burger Bar bottomless brunch menu in full or book yourself in to give it a try then visit their website. Like I say, I’d definitely recommend it!
I’m hoping to visit again soon to give their burgers a try. I might even do a Foodie First Impressions post about it. Would you be interested?
Let me know, have you ever tried a bottomless brunch? Have I tempted you to try the Hide Burger Bar bottomless brunch? Have you ever visited Hide Burger Bar before? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
I was gifted a £30 voucher to put towards the total cost of my bill in exchange for this post.