Best Spots For Brunch (Bottomless And Otherwise!) In Melbourne

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Ahhh brunch. Food you don't have to fly out of bed at the crack of dawn for... a meal that you can really take your time eating, especially when it's a buffet, and especially when it doesn't stop!

If a long brunch sounds right up your alley, read on. We've got just the spots to hit the spot for you!


Ok, it's at the top of everyone's list but it's a well-deserved placement! 

The Big Bottom(less) Sundays at Gingerboy are legendary, with not only bottomless sparkling wine, the ubiquitious brunch mimosa, and the slightly more unusual yuzu bellinis, but also: dumplings. Is this a brunch made in heaven, or what?!

If you're hankering for a brunch made from a modern Australian adaptation of Asian hawker-style street market food (with excellent veg/vegan/gf options), get thee to Gingerboy on Sundays. It's $70 for the bottomless menu.

Where to find them: 27 - 29 Crossley St Melbourne

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Belles Hot Chicken

It's not the most traditional of brunches, but how good does bottomless Bloody Mary's and hot fried chicken sound?

For just $50 on Saturdays and Sundays you'll get a two-hour feast featuring the best hot chicken in town, as well as crisp waffles and unlimited cocktail jugs and Bloody Marys. Best hangover cure ever! 

Where to find them: Richmond and Fitzroy, Melbourne

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Fargo and Co

From 11 am on Sunday you can go for a three-hour “bottomless brunch” that offers all-you-can-drink prosecco and Mimosas, and balance it with healthy breakfast options such as toasted-oat and mixed-seed granola with yoghurt sorbet. 

Where to find them: 216 Swan Street, Richmond Victoria. 

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House of Lulu White

Go for the beautiful pink walls, stay for the $35 bottomless brunch package which includes unlimited Mimosas, Espresso Martinis and Bloody Marys for 90 minutes.

The unique menu has a Korean influence, try the Slow braised pulled pork burger, wombok slaw, and Korean mayo - divine! 

Where to find them: 4 Yarra Street, South Yarra

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Cafe and wine collide at Persillade in Melbourne's east, and they do so exceptionally well on weekends when they host brunch (and alcohol is served from 9 am). 

If the croque madame waffle with tomato kasundi doesn't do it for you, perhaps the revuelto de morcilla; chickpeas, scrambled egg, papadum might? Kedgeree, granola with coyo, sourdough and even just eggs on toast get a look-in... if you can make your way to the menu past the extensive wine list. It's not bottomless but sometimes that's a good thing...

Find them: 150 Wellington Pde, East Melbourne

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