I went to TGI Fridays for bottomless brunch – the service was super quick and two things really shocked me | The Sun

IF you're a fan of bottomless brunch, one customer was shocked by what's on offer at TGI Fridays.

Visitors have described the service as super quick but there are other perks which make it so attractive.

Hannah Reviews on TikTok, visited her local TGI's to find out all about the restaurant's bottomless brunch.

At the beginning of her review, Hannah said: "I feel like this is a controversial one because we know that TGI Fridays can be a bit slow.

"So are they capable of doing a fast bottomless brunch?"

But according to Hannah, the lady serving her was "actually really quick."

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She said: "The way the barmen were bringing these drinks back to back was actually insane and it was super quick."

"But going onto the food, I am actually shocked – you get so much for your money.

"You get three starters each and I went for chicken, potato skins and macaroni bites and all of this was hot and tasted really good."

In the end, Hannah rated the whole experience an eight out of 10 and was shocked by the value for money and how much food and drinks were available.

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TGI Fridays offers diners bottomless brunch every day at all of its 85 restaurants across England, Scotland and Wales.

For £29.95 per person, customers can enjoy three dishes for two and the choice of unlimited Prosecco, Fridays American Pilsner, CleanCo Gin & Tonic or a refreshing orange juice within a two-hour time-slot.

Customers can pick any three of the following dishes:

  • Boneless Hot Wings
  • Fridays Wings
  • Fridays Sesame Chicken strips
  • Cheese & Maple Bacon Potato Skins
  • Mac & Cheese Bites
  • Plant-based Cheese & Bacon Potato Skins
  • Fridays Corndog
  • Mozzarella Dippers
  • Cheese Nachos
  • Houmous topped with Guacamole

For an extra £1.50 per person, diners can choose from its Vegan Loaded Fries or Cheese & Maple Bacon Loaded Fries.

But if bottomless Prosecco and beer don't make the cust and if it's cocktails you're after, diners can upgrade their bottomless offering for £5 extra each.

Customers can pick and choose from the choice of Strawberry Daiquiri, Pina Colada, Espresso Martini, June Bug, Applejack Cooler, Long Island Iced Tea, Purple Rain, Pornstar Martini, or Sweet By Choice.

Those wishing to try TGI's bottomless brunch don't need to pre-book online.

Customers can just walk in and order bottomless brunch at their local restaurant at whatever time suits them best.

You can find your closest TGI's by using the restaurant locator tool on its website.

TGI's offering is the cheapest bottomless brunch per person that we've seen in comparison to other big restaurant chains.

Las Iguanas charges customers £31.95 per person for a two-hour bottomless brunch.

Customers get a main course with unlimited cocktails, prosecco and beer.

Diners can choose from a number of cocktails which include:

  • Pornstar Rum Punch
  • Mango & Strawberry Spritz
  • Watermelon Vodka Fizz
  • Mango Collins
  • Sex on the Beach
  • Cuba Libre
  • Huana Party
  • Pinkberry Collins
  • Caipirinha
  • Passion Sour Bomb
  • Long Island Iced Tea

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Turtle Bay offers also offers diners two hours of unlimited cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe and prosecco as part of its bottomless brunch.

For £32 per person, customers also get to choose from any brunch dish, burger or roti.

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