Quirky Brunches in Sydney

Nothing says it's the weekend like toast topped with avocado, yolk spilling out of eggs and guzzling down bloody marys and bottomless booze. But if you're bored of the same old spots, perhaps it's time to spice things up a little. Check out our guide to quirky brunches in Sydney and spend your afternoon doing something a little different.

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A top pick for cool lunch spots around Sydney, Babylon is also bringing the goods in the brunch department. Perched in the heart of the CBD, this rooftop restaurant specialises in Middle Eastern mezze classics, with everything from flatbreads and hummus to tabbouleh and wood-fired chicken available.

Sefa Kitchen

Venture over to Bondi where you'll find some of Sydney's best quirky brunches being served at Sefa Kitchen. The floral-filled oasis is cooking up an Egyptian-inspired menu of shakshuka, flatbreads, grilled halloumi and baklava every Saturday, washed down with unlimited drinks.