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By Anita Senaratna
January 13, 2014
By Anita Senaratna
January 13, 2014

The only thing better than a lazy brunch is a lazy brunch with sunshine and harbour views. And that's exactly what you can now get at the Opera House, which is fast becoming the place to be this summer, whether you're seeing a show or not.

During the month of January, the chefs at the Opera Kitchen, Opera Bar and the pop-up Garden Bar by the Corner House will be serving up Brunch at the House — a specially curated brunch menu as part of their Summer at the House program. You can start your day with the likes of a glass of champagne and a smoked salmon panini at Opera Bar, a Brunch Burger at the Opera Kitchen or some house-made muesli with mango coulis and Greek yoghurt at the Garden Bar.

Follow it up with one of the many great shows they've got happening, or by wandering into the giant inflatable luminarium Exxopolis out the front of the House (which we highly recommend, despite the long wait during busy times). If you're a morning person, you can even combine it with an early morning yoga session at Garden Bar.

Tempted but don't want to spend a fortune on parking in the city? They've thought of that, too; if you're driving in, there'll be cheap parking from 9am-12pm every day ($10 on weekdays, $5 on weekends, which can be pre-booked here with the promo code 'SOHbrunch').

Brunch is served 9am to noon on weekends and 10am to noon on weekdays. The Brunch at the House program runs until January 31.

Published on January 13, 2014 by Anita Senaratna

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