Sydney's Best Bottomless Brunches

Swap your morning muesli for a mimosa and that sunrise coffee for an espresso martini at the best bottomless brunch spots in Sydney.
Concrete Playground
Published on November 03, 2023

Sydney's Best Bottomless Brunches

Swap your morning muesli for a mimosa and that sunrise coffee for an espresso martini at the best bottomless brunch spots in Sydney.

Nothing says 'baller' quite like free-flowing bubbles, fluffy eggs and a cart of cocktails — particularly when it's all before midday. Thanks to Sydney's obsession with bottomless brunches and lunches, us mere mortals can live like Queen B and Jay Z, even if it's just for a couple of hours.

Whether you're planning your weekend around it or treating yourself, here's the lowdown on Sydney's best bottomless brunches. Just remember to behave, or you won't make it to the afternoon.

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    Dead Ringer lets you go all-in with one and a half hours of wine (bubbles, white, rose and red) for $45 per person — which also includes a house aperitif on arrival. Intent on offering brunch with a difference, Dead Ringer has declared its menu free of Sydney’s beloved eggs and smashed avo. Instead, it’s focused heavily on lunch-style fare. The bottomless is only available in partnership with the set brunch menu ($45), which includes house focaccia, pork and fennel salami, stracciatella, gundilla peppers, grilled rainbow trout, eggplant, and a baby gem and pistachio salad.

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    If you’re going to go anywhere for a bottomless brunch in Sydney, The Winery in Surry Hills is a safe bet. Available on Saturdays and Sundays, the brunch experience includes three courses of snacks and two hours of bottomless drinks for $85 per person. The menu spans spicy black bean dip, halloumi with heirloom tomatoes, The Winery’s beloved veal and chorizo sausage roll, white wine linguine and a triple-choc brownie. With limited capacity, the Crown Street venue fills up fast, so bookings are recommended.

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    Unlike other omakase restaurants, Moku doesn’t take itself too seriously. One way it shows just how playful it can be is with its weekly bottomless highball brunches. If you’re a fan of whiskey and Japanese snacks, this one’s for you. The 90-minute brunch will set you back $95 per person and includes five flavours of free-flowing highball including yuzu, shiso ume and melon keki varieties. As for the food, you’ll be brought endless moreish bites, including Sicilian olives with shichimi and ume, torched edamame, chicken and saltbush tsukune, chilli miso cauliflower with macadamia snow, and chicken karaage. With all this on offer, it’ easily one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney.

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    Maiz — one of our picks for the best restaurants in Sydney — has introduced one of the Sydney’s best bottomless brunch offers for you to inject into your weekend. Round up a group of friends and head to south King Street for Barra Libre, a 90-minute session of free-flowing drinks paired with highlights from Maiz’s menu. The drinks menu is the first impressive element that sets this bottomless feast apart from your standard mimosa-filled affair. At Maiz, you’ll be treated to unlimited margaritas, Tecates, prosecco, Rosa Maria spritzes. Food-wise, the 100-percent gluten-free feast kicks off with a spread of snacks that includes esquites, guacamole, house corn chips, papas a la diabla (a spicy potato dish) and tostadas. From there you’ll get to take your pick between cactus ceviche, braised hibiscus al pastor, 18-hour barbacoa and chicken in a tinga sauce.

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    Lilymu

    One of Sydney’s best bottomless brunches can be found at Parramatta. Head to Lilymu where you’ll find a one-of-a-kind spread paired with an impressive selection of beverages. You and your fellow brunch revellers will be treated to 90 minutes of bottomless sake spritzes and espresso martinis, as well as prosecco, rosé and Asahi beer. Accompanying the drinks is a banquet of highlights from the Lilymu menu, including crispy fried quail, red curry rice bites, ricotta dumplings, banana leaf roasted barramundi and prawn fried rice. Bookings are available from midday–2pm every Saturday and Sunday.

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    The Royal Hotel in Paddington - home to one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney.

    The Royal Paddington has kept it classic when it comes to its brunch, pairing a two-course banquet with two hours of bottomless cocktails, including mimosas, sparkling wine, bloody marys and 4 Pines pale ale. Covering off all your staples, you’ll start with a stracciatella, fig, chilli honey & hazelnut salad, followed by fresh focaccia with whipped butter. Then you’ll be treated to rump steak with hash browns, whole roasted cauliflower, broccolini and skinny fries. Bottomless watermelon seltzers ($10) can be added, as well as an extra hour of drinks ($30) if you’re looking for a big weekend with one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney. Showcasing sweeping city views from rooftop, the bottomless brunch is reminiscent of an inner city garden party, just a few floors up.

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    Instead of your standard selection of free-flowing house wine and beers, the Odd Culture bottomless brunch features two hours of natural wines. A range of wines from minimal-intervention producers partner the brunch spread, including Nero di Troia Pét-Nat, Zibibbo Orange Vermentino and Sunset Rosé Pinot Gris. You can also combine the pét-nat with freshly squeezed orange juice for Sydney’s funkiest mimosa. As for the food, you’ll be sharing koji-roasted chicken, chicken-fat congee, baked sourdough, and a leafy buttermilk and parmigiano-reggiano green salad.

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    Sonora Meixcan restaurant in Sydney.

    Potts Point’s Sonora has upped its weekend game, serving up unlimited tacos and margaritas every Saturday and Sunday from 12–5pm. You can feast on endless plates of house-made tortillas topped with chicken tinga, minced beef, lamb barbacoa, battered baja fish and burnt onion cream with pickled habanero. On top of the many many tacos, 90 minutes of bottomless booze is included as well. The endless drinks come in the form of classic margaritas, rosé and Tecate beer. And all of this will set you back just $89. It’s a clear front-runner for the best bottomless brunch in Sydney.

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    Every Saturday and Sunday, head to this inner-city hideaway for unlimited mimosas and a selection of meze — all for just $68 per person. The rooftop Middle Eastern eatery is cooking up treats like flat bread, hummus, tabbouleh, mixed olives, falafel, matbucha and woodfired chicken skewers. While the food is not bottomless (don’t worry, you’ll be left full), the drinks definitely are.  You’ll be treated to 90 minutes of sparkling wine and orange juice, poured to your heart’s content. Plus, you’ll finish things off with a Turkish delight. The deal is available from 11am–12:30pm every weekend — with no end in sight.

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    Surry Hills’ all-day Italian diner Bartolo has thrown its prosecco on ice and launched a bottomless brunch. It’s available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12–5pm — and includes everything from fluffy homemade focaccia to pasta and bottomless seasonal mimosas. For $85 per person, you’ll get a full Italian feast. Start with a spritz on arrival alongside marinated Sicilian olives, gnocco fritto with bone marrow butter, pork cheek, pecorino and parsley fritti, and pickled zucchini crostino. And then there’s the main course: ox heart tomato, malfadine with zucchini and pan-fried flathead. As for the drinks, you’ll be treated to a selection of wines including whites, rosé, reds and a Riverlands skin contact. Plus, you can add an espresso martini for an extra $15. It’s easily one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney.

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    There is no wrong time of day for devouring Italian food. So if you want to start your day the right way, head to Darlinghurst’s Fortuna. From 12–8.30pm every Wednesday–Sunday, you can enjoy a share-style table of treats and 90 minutes of endless Aperol spritzes, Peronis, mimosas and a selection of vinos for $99. On arrival, expect a slice of warm, housemade focaccia and an array of truly delish antipasti (think Sicilian olives, Princi soppressa mortadella, salami, marinated tomatoes and burrata dressed in a vivid-green herby oil). You’ll then be able to take your pick from a selection of pastas for the table. For an extra $10 per person, you can add negroni sbagliato and a spread of pizzas to the whole affair.

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    best indian restaurants sydney - foreign return

    Surry Hills Indian restaurant Foreign Return is mixing things up with its weekly feasts, offering a massive six-course set menu filled with Indian flavours and free-flowing drinks every Saturday and Sunday. Available midday–2pm each weekend, the $99 package will have you snacking your way through pomelo salad, crispy fried prawns, goat mince sliders, za’atar chicken tikka, bruschetta topped with Parsi-style scrambled eggs and Madras lamb with salad and rice. All this, plus bottomless Grey Goose-spiked tea spritzes. Take your pick from the white tea and jasmine, strawberry and ginger, or watermelon and earl grey. These help make Foreign Return home to some of the best bottomless brunch in Sydney.

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    North Bondi’s Rocker offers a classic bottomless brunch in Sydney’s east. Roll in from the beach and be treated to free-flowing mimosas, whites, reds, sparklings and rosé, all for $99. The eats range from roast onion focaccia, burrata and white bean hummus with smoked chilli oil to glazed chicken, harissa-spiced pumpkin and skin-on fries. You can also add Sydney rock oysters ($35 for six), hazelnut tiramisu ($15) and frozen margaritas ($14). You’ll be spending a bit for one Sydney’s best bottomless brunch experiences, but it is more than worth it.

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    There are a few ways to approach Corretto’s bottomless boozy brunch. You could try the standard food menu featuring caramelised garlic bread. baked parmesan scallops, cheese bites, gnocchi, caesar salad and jamon croquettes. Or you could tackle the vegan spread that includes heavy hitters like pumpkin bruschetta, Moroccan salad and falafel tacos. Each array of eats will set you back $48 per person and can be paired with bottomless wine and mimosas ($48), cocktails and spritzes ($58) or the deluxe beverage pack ($75), which features the venue’s full cocktail and beer lists.

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