Aster’s Bottomless Rosé Brunch Has Given Us A Reason To Visit Victoria

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When you think of London Victoria what springs to mind? The coach station… the musical Wicked… we’re out.

Well, the good news is, we’ve found an actual reason to visit Victoria in the form of the stunning Nordic restaurant, Aster, which opened earlier this year. The even better news is they’re offering a beautifully thought out bottomless brunch that’s perfect for rosé lovers.


It’s crayfish season, so Aster is honouring these lovely little lobsters with a new brunch menu that we know you’re going to love. The menu even features three different takes on the classic Eggs Benedict. Three. We particularly recommend the Eggs Victoria – lobster on seeded sourdough with a truffle hollandaise – because how often do you get to eat lobster for breakfast?

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Don’t worry though, if you’re not much of a seafood fan – although, you might end up a convert if you’re brave enough just to try it here – because Aster have got loads more on the menu that doesn’t involve crustaceans, which you can check out here.


And can we just take a second to appreciate their rose-tinted interior?


You can enjoy the crayfish brunch at Aster Restaurant until 31st August every Saturday. The deal offers two courses for £21, or three courses for £26 and you can add bottomless Cote de Provence Rosé or bottomless Prosecco for £15.

Lily Frohlich

Lily Frohlich

Lily fell in love with London after visiting the Natural History Museum on a day-trip from Bristol (aged four) and she’s never looked back. She’s a sucker for smashed avo’ and poached egg on toast, and she just can’t help herself from frequently posting pictures of her food on Instagram.