Have we found the prettiest place for a bottomless brunch in Sydney? The Green Moustache is a tropical oasis standing high above the city. Enjoy amazing views as you tuck into a weekend feast of seasonal plates, paired with free-flowing tipples.
Boozy and Bottomless Brunches in Sydney
The weekend has finally rolled around, so it's time to forget that lingering work stress and focus on celebrating the now. What better way to do that than with free-flowing fizz, delicious food and a feel-good atmosphere? From rooftop retreats to kooky bars, swanky restaurants to cool cafes, check out the best boozy and bottomless brunches in Sydney and embrace the weekend spirit.
Trade in the usual eggs on toast for something a little more exciting with Babylon's bottomles brunch. The Middle Eastern eatery is providing you and your amigos with a whole host of meze options and seemingly endless mimosas on their plush sky-high terrace.
Get your fix of stir-fried lobster tails, veggie curry puffs, duck dumplings and salt and pepper squid at Chin Chin's weekly Yum Cha events. Available from 11am, these chomps are accompanied by a number of signature cocktails, making it one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney.
With an award-winning menu of banquet-style bites on offer, The Royal Hotel is serving up the goods when the weekend rolls around. Grab a table on the sun-soaked rooftop and enjoy a sharing board with mates, all washed down with guava bellinis, rosé spritzes and ales.
Baja fish tacos, chorizo quesadillas, churros and more... Chula is upping this city's brunch game by offering two whole hours of unlimited booze to accompany your meal. What's on the menu? Seasonal cocktails, Mexican beers and sparkling wine.
Get your Saturday off to a great start with a brunch at The Rook. The beautiful rooftop restaurant is bringing a taste of Italy to the CBD from its Mediterranean-inspired garden, complete with bolognese arancini, grilled king prawns and lashings of summery spritzes.
Unlimited rosé in a lush garden? The Winery's bottomless brunch is a top choice for a mid-morning feast, cooking up a mouthwatering choice of European bites, including Tuscan flatbread, rocket and pear salad and tiramisu in a gorgeous location.
Wondering where to have brunch in Surry Hills? Be sure to check out Dead Ringer where you'll find a cool atmosphere, banging tunes and a delicious set menu of small plates. They also offer 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas or prosecco if you want to up the ante.