Top 8 Bottomless Brunch Spots In Sydney

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By: Phoebe Ackland and Melissa Fine, ellaslist

Brunch is one of the sweetest pleasures in this life.... you get a sleep-in, all the most delicious eats from breakfast plus all the lunchtime go-to's, and it's perfectly acceptable, if not mandatory, to enjoy a glass of sparkling as you feast. 

Why not make your next sans-child mummy catch-up sesh over a bottomless brunch? It'll begin with a late morning of sensory indulgence that will surely spill into an afternoon of carafes and giggles. 

Here are our top picks for brunch experiences in Sydney:

1. Baby Coffee Co, Waterloo

Serving up bottomless mimosas (pictured above) with seasonal fresh juice for just $22/head, a boozy brunch here won't break the bank, and you can get on it almost every day of the week if you need a drink before the weekend - all day until 3pm, Tuesday through Sunday. Menu-wise there's everything from avo pesto toast and espresso panna cotta, to more lunchy items like truffle fusili and lamb shoulder flatbread. 

2. Dead Ringer, Surry Hills 

Weekends are done right at Dead Ringer's boozy brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11am, feat. two hours of bottomless cold-pressed juice mimosas for $30/head. Dead Ringer makes a point of NOT serving up the standard avo smash and eggs with sides ("we have plenty of neighbours in Surry Hills who have that covered!"). Instead their brunch menu includes everything from french toast with berry compote and orange yoghurt to a ricotta and roasted tomato tart and stretched cheese curds (highly recommended!).

3. El Camino Cantina, The Rocks

The best value bottomless brunch in town, Tex Mex style. Head here on Saturday or Sunday between 12-5pm for a bottomless beverage package that's just $19/head. Chase your margarita(s) and craft beers with brunch from $15. 

4. The Champagne Room, Surry Hills 

Tucked away in The Winery, The Champagne Room's Bottomless Bellinis package is on every Saturday and Sunday and they've mastered the art of the lady's long lunch. For $79 per gal, you'll enjoy three hours worth of bellinis, and three fabulous courses with a menu including cheese boards, mini wine burgers, sweet potato fries and for dessert, champagne spiders with chocolate truffles...drool. 

5. Darlo Country Club

According to DCC, brunch is "the socially acceptable excuse for day drinking." Their Saturday morning Brunch Club will see you enjoying French champagne and a selection of delightful brunch options including fruit and yoghurt cups, a bread basket, Nutella French toast, salmon gravlax, and lots more. There are three Brunch Club packages available - for $65 with a glass of sparkling or a Bellini on arrival, for $89 with a three-hour NV Chandon package, or for $109 with a three-hour Möet & Chandon package. How Parisian. Each package includes a set share-style brunch menu (hello Nutella french toast!)

6. Mrs Sippy, Double Bay

Every Saturday, do brunch the Mediterreanean way at Mrs Sippy! For $89/head, they offer a three-course shared feast (think slow-cooked lamb with pomegranate and dukkah, and house-made hummus) while keeping your glass topped up with free flowing Chandon Brut NV for two hours. Did we mention you also get a cocktail on arrival?  

7. Royal Hotel, Paddington

Next time you have a Saturday free, head to The Royal Hotel Paddington for their two-hour Pink Fling Bottomless Brunch! A taste of New York on the Verandah Level, be treated to a bottomless range of cocktails and chandon de peche, and a banquet-style brunch with macarons, breakfast bruschetta, choc-coated strawbs and more. 

Prices are $70/head with a cocktail on arrival, or $85/head with bottomless cocktails...think Espresso Martinis, Rosé Aperol and Strawberry & Mint Rosé Sangria. We'll take the latter, thanks! 

8. Panama House, Bondi

Pair your bottomless brunch ($35/head incl. tea and coffee) with two-hours of bottomless beverages for $50/head, for parties of 6+, Friday through Sunday at Panama House. Bloody Marys, Mimosas, Tecate, Michelada and Rosé are all on the menu, as are a great view and plenty people-watching. 

 

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