Pretty Brunches In Sydney

Want to make your weekend meals even more Instagram-worthy? We've got the guide for that. From yum cha at stunning spots splattered with baby pink accents to gorgeous Mexican restaurants or rooftop destinations flaunting skyline views, there's no shortage of pretty brunches in Sydney.

Last updated on 12th October 2022

The North Spoon

The North Spoon is a gorgeous local favourite found near McMahons Point, where blush walls, exposed brick and pretty table settings come together to create a beautiful dining space. As for brunch? Go for a chorizo croquette with avo, pico de Gallo, black beans and poached eggs, or tuck into the classic maple 'n' bacon French toast.

The Winery

One of the most pretty places for a bottomless brunch in Sydney, The Winery is a botanical beauty that's perfect for weekend feasting. When you're not checking out the foliage, trellises and more, you'll be munching through three courses, such as braised beef cheek ragu or triple chocolate brownie, and swilling them down with unlimited wine.


You wouldn't believe this place is a pub, and not only because its looks far exceed the standard boozer. The bottomless rose brunch at Forrester's promises unlimited wine alongside a full feast to share between four or more - think spiced chilli lamb skewers, their signature falafel, crispy wings, butternut squash dip and more.


One of our favourites for a pretty rooftop brunch in Sydney CBD is Babylon. Slide over here for weekend meze and mimosas, all while soaking up those skyline views. From tabbouleh or tzatziki to the main plates of shish tawook and falafel, this Middle Eastern fare is sure to satisfy. Plus, there's Turkish delight for dessert.

Slims Rooftop

After pretty a brunch with a view in Sydney? Slims Rooftop dishes out the likes of salmon avo maki rolls, beef skewer salad, tempura prawns and chicken katsu sliders come weekend lunchtimes, which make the ideal accompaniment for the pretty-in-pink setting. Better yet, there's bottomless rose or prosecco too.