If looks are anything to go by, Coogee Pavilion is the place to be when the weekend rolls around. Situated just a stone's throw from the beach, The Pav is a cool and eccentric venue home to a food hall, gaming area and rooftop terrace where you can enjoy the best brunch with a view in Sydney.
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.
Inspired by Cantonese tradition, Yum Cha Weekends is a tasty brunch event at Chin Chin that'll see you and your mates tucking into duck and chive dumplings. The Surry Hills restaurant will also be playing disco tunes and shaking up sharing cocktails.
Quirky places to have brunch in Sydney? Sonora is winning points for originality and bang for your buck. Head to the Potts Point taqueria for a fantastic hour and a half of bottomless margaritas and gourmet tacos - we're talking marinated chicken, grass-fed lamb and more.
Beautiful decor and delicious food come together at Chula. Step inside the Mexican restaurant and bar and you'll discover cave-like interiors and peach-hued walls, as well as a menu offering up a mega two hours of unlimited booze and a set menu of quesadillas, tacos and churros.
Trade in your bog-standard bites for something a little different at Bopp & Tone. What's on the menu? Oh, just the prettiest bottomless brunch in Sydney, complete with a six-course sharing feast, two hours of free-flowing mimosas and a band of live musicians jamming to soul tunes.
Renowned as the best place for brunch in Sydney, Dead Ringer is guaranteed to be buzzing with people come Saturday. And with good reason. Nestled in Surry Hills, the restaurant provides party beats and a set menu of small plates alongside 90 minutes of free-flowing fizz, mimosas or espresso martinis.
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.
The Rook has got to be one of the most wonderfully weird restaurants in Sydney. The chic rooftop bar has a fabulous mix of bold decor, hanging seats and a retractable roof. As for brunch fare, you can expect an Italian spread of antipasto along with bottomless seltzers and spritzes.
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.