The best bottomless brunches in Sydney

For lovers of long lunches and dining in aesthetically pleasing locations, this Sydney bottomless brunch list is for you.

Bottomless brunches have quickly become a must-do for a get-together. From celebrating big events to a simple catch-up with friends. Whether you’re a Bellinis and bubbles enthusiast or a spicy Marg and Espresso Martini admirer, there’s a bottomless brunch for every cocktail taste.

From North Sydney to Bondi, and the most vibrant neighbourhoods in between, here are the best bottomless brunches in Sydney.

Sydney CBD bottomless brunches

Babylon Rooftop

Step out of Sydney and into the Middle East with Babylon Rooftop’s Meze & Mimosa Package. Located high up in Westfield Sydney, this bottomless brunch is available from 11:30am and features meze dishes like flat beads and hummus, pan-fried halloumi, fattoush salad and more. But most importantly, what is the flow of drinks like? An ice bucket with bubbles and a carafe of orange juice is laid out on the table so you can make your mimosa as strong as you like and top up as you please.

Price: $68 per person
Time limit: 90 minutes

Babylon bottomless brunch
Babylon Rooftop © Steven Woodburn

Pinky Ji

Chef and restaurateur Jessi Singh is behind Daughter in Law, Don’t Tell Aunty and now Pinky Ji serving up unapologetically unauthentic Indian cuisine at this York Street location. Walk downstairs into a restaurant decorated like a Bollywood movie set. Large flower garlands hang from the ceiling, movie star portraits adorn the walls and pink velvet armchairs nest around tables. Entertainment is served in the form of funky tunes and belly dancers.

The Sydney bottomless brunch menu gives you the option to do bottomless curry, bottomless drink, or both. Food options include unauthentic butter chicken lamb rogan josh, Aunty dahl rice, raita, and naan. Is your mouth watering? Because mine is. The free-flowing cocktails are margaritas, lychee martini, passionfruit mojito and Indian spiced sangria. What is Indian spice you ask? The secret ingredient is chaat spice.

Price: $65 bottomless curry and bottomless drinks, $50 curry and bottomless drinks, $50 bottomless curry.

Matteo Downtown

If you’re chasing a bottomless brunch in Sydney’s CBD, look no further than Matteo Downtown. Combining big city energy with authentic Italian cuisine, this contemporary CBD spot hosts II Dolce Pranzo every Saturday between 12pm and 4pm.

Expect an Italian-style lunch, live entertainment, photo booths and, of course, bottomless mimosas, beer, rosé, red and white wine. You’ll also receive a Aperol Sprits upon arrival.

In true Italian fashion, the experience focuses on celebrating friendship, connection and the art of being social – so grab your besties and get bottomless. The Matteo bottomless brunch menu includes antipasto, rosemary flatbread, Vodka rigatoni, pizzas, salad and Tia Maria tiramisu

Cost: $99 plus at 10% service fee
Time limit: Two hours

Italian fare at Matteo's bottomless brunch © Jude Cohen
Italian fare at Matteo’s bottomless brunch © Jude Cohen

Luke’s Kitchen

Looking for a boujee bottomless brunch with caviar and bubbles? Luke’s Kitchen is the destination for you. With old-world glam interiors and a large modern chandelier begging for attention, the sophisticated ambience is the perfect spot for a classy occasion.

Think five-course degustation style brunch starting with trout sashimi, followed by spiced prawn broth, an organic poached egg then roast lamb cutlet, finished off with strawberry cheesecake and vanilla bean ice cream. Vegan options are available too. The $99 package includes sparkling wine and rose or upgrade to include bloody marys, Aperol spritz and mojitos. Or for an extra special celebration choose the free-flowing Taittinger options.

Cost: $99, $145 for bottomless cocktails and $205 for bottomless Taittinger

Brunch at Luke's Kitchen © Luke's Kitchen
© Luke’s Kitchen

The Gantry

With a three-course menu, two hours of free-flowing Magnum Rosé and harbourside views, The Gantry is the Sydney hot spot for a relaxed waterside Sunday. From its secluded location overlooking Sydney Harbour to its local produce and effortless interiors, Magnum Sunday has your next big weekend brunch sorted.

Arrive by water taxi to the restaurant’s private pontoon. On the terrace, you’ll dine on highlights such as yellowfin tuna in dried ox heart tomato with burrata and basil; crystal ‘snow’ crab or Royal Oscietra Caviar Bite on marble bread with roasted nori and cultured cream. For mains, butter-poached Murray cod and Blackmore Wagyu will melt in your mouth. And for dessert, a ginger lime sundae or Guanaja dark chocolate will sweeten the occasion. Whilst the entire time being served only the finest bottles of Saint Max Rosé IGP Méditerranée.

Price: $190pp + $90 flightless wine, $185 Exclusive Wine Pairing or $65 Temperance Pairing

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The Gantry © Anna Kucera

Darling Pavilion at Darling Quarters

Located in the heart of the iconic Darling Quarter, Darling Pavilion is an epic 1000sqm space designed by celebrated interior designer Michael McCann (Mr Wong, Felix, Sydney International Airport). It features an eye-catching 20-metre stone and marble oval bar and an outdoor terrace drenched in natural light, making for an ideal bottomless brunch weekend escape – just in time for summer.

Darling Pavilion has teamed up with Altos Tequila to offer a Mediterranean-inspired bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm – to 3 pm. Diners are welcomed with a glass of Altos Margarita, followed by a curated Mediterranean-style menu crafted by Head Chef Kyle Quy and free-flowing sparkling wine or beer. 

The current menu features dishes like Smoked Salmon with Chive, preserved Lemon Remoulade and Flatbread, and Mini Lamb Burgers with tzatziki and spinach. Darling Pavilion opened in August and has quickly become a darling among locals and visitors seeking a taste of summer and luxury in the heart of Sydney.

Darling Pavilion © Anna Kucera

Reign at QVB

Celebrating a queen? Look no further than Reign at QVB. With blush pink chairs and marble and gold decor, this CDB bottomless brunch is ideal for bridal showers, baby showers or any royal occasion.

Available until 2 pm on weekends, the two-hour dining time will see you journey through a four-course shared feast. Dine on soy quinoa toast, broad bean hummus, poached eggs, furikake and watercress pesto or doughnuts, honey, yoghurt, cinnamon and pistachio. Tipples include Bandini Prosecco from Italy, mimosas, bellinis and a Chandon Garden Spritz. Non-alcoholic sparkling is available.

Cost: $95 or $150 for bottomless G.H. Mumm ‘Gran Cordon’ Champagne
Time limit: Two hours

Bar Patron

This Sydney bottomless brunch has views of the Harbour Bridge, four Patrón cocktails and a five-course menu. The Bar Patron ‘Long Lunch’ is a slightly ironic name due to the shorter time limit than other Sydney venues but is still well worth a visit. The first course is a guacamole in a giant stone bowl, fresh-made salsa, and corn chips, then a scallop ceviche, tuna salad and tacos on homemade tortillas. And espresso jericalla for dessert. The staff keep the cocktails coming too. While the making of the cocktails can be a little slow they will allow you to order once your current round arrives. Drink choices include signature and spicy margaritas, Palomas, sparkling and wine.

Cost: $99 per person
Time limit: 90 minutes

Potts Point bottomless brunches

Sonora

First we fiesta, then we siesta! If your heart belongs to margaritas and tacos, you’ll want to take the party to Potts Point for this Mexican bottomless brunch.

From slow-cooked, mouth-watering lamb to Baja fish, chicken tinga or roasted mushroom, their bottomless tacos never disappoint. Match that with a classic margarita, Tecate beer or house rosé will only complement the tasty dishes.

Cost: $89 per person
Time limit: 90 minutes

Tacos and margs at Sonora, say no more.
Tacos and margaritas at Sonora © Sonora

Surry Hills bottomless brunches

Nour

Where classic Lebanese cuisine meets contemporary interior design, Crown Street’s Nour delivers a 90-minute brunch dining over an indulgent foodie banquet.

Expect to be wowed with vibrant dishes like raw bluefin tuna, prawn fatteh, and glazed lamb shoulder and woodfired eggplant.

Then choose your drinks. From rosé and beer menu or up the ante with a Premium selection that includes signature cocktails like a Persian or Aperol Spritz with elderflower, Espresso Martini, or a Negroni.

Cost: $129 per person + $20 for cocktails
Time limit: 90 minutes

The Winery

The Winery is a dreamy urban garden oasis in the heart of Surry Hills. Weekend brunches are a shared menu over three fabulous courses, including gluten- and dairy-free and vegan options.

Think slow-braised beef cheek ragu, The Winery sausage roll, or triple choc brownie – all washed down with bubbles, Bellinis or a glass of wine. The food doesn’t score as highly as other venues and the bottomless brunch is hosted in the less-ambient upstairs area but still a great spot for catching up with friends.

Cost: $89 per person
Time limit: 90 minutes

Darlinghurst bottomless brunches

169 Darlinghurst

Lavish bottomless brunch anyone? 169 Darlinghurst is great for people-watching and taking your fur friend out, thanks to the fabulous dog-friendly terrace.

Indulge in two hours of free-flowing Mimosas, Espresso Martinis, Bloody Marys and sparkling wine.

Nibble on delectable pastries of coconut sago with date cashew cream, and seasonal fruit with toasted coconut. Or for something with a note of homemade nostalgia try Nonies’ fruit bread, a hearty fig, apricot and almond loaf served with ricotta and honey.

Cost: $99 per person
Time limit: Two hours

La Farmacia

It’s time for your weekend dose of free-flowing Margaritas and tacos. From 11 am, La Famarica (The Pharmacy) dishes out 1.5 hours of bottomless Margaritas, mixed spirits and Mexican beer or wine.

Plus, you can’t forget your vitamins. Enjoy the set menu of corn chips, salsa and flamed grilled corn and four tacos. Like the mouthwatering beef brisket, pork belly and jackfruit, and chorizo and potato. To wrap up the scrumptious feast, don’t deny yourself the churros with dulce de leche.

Cost: $90 per person
Time limit: 90 minutes

Bar Nina

All day bottomless is on the menu at this Darlinghurst cafe. Serving brunch, lunch and dinner menus, as well as fierce sass with its monthly Drag Queen brunch.

Expect flowing wine all day. Brunch staples like eggs benedict and Belgian waffles with all the toppings are hot off the grill for the two-hour set menu. For lunch and dinner, you’ll dine on delicious burrata, a selection of cured meats, fusilli and Italian marinated chicken. For a little extra, sip into the evening on Aperols and margaritas.

Cost: $59 brunch 9am-11am, $79 11am – 8pm. $10 to add on cocktails.
Time limit: Two hours

And beyond…

Untied – Barangaroo

Let loose at this Barangaroo rooftop bottomless brunch restaurant. It’s really gone sky high, offering Brunch with Soul on Saturdays, as well as a vegan bottomless brunch on Sundays for our plant-based friends.

Saturdays are for Soul serves Southern-style soul food, with smooth tunes and cocktails. It’s worth selling your soul for. While Sundays is full of vivacious vegan treats. Sip on Froze’, Aperol Spritz, beer and wine while munching on BBQ-pulled shiitake mushrooms to sourdough French toast.

Cost: $79 per person
Time limit: Two hours

SoCal – Neutral Bay

SoCal brings southern California to the streets of Neutral Bay. You’ll get a cocktail on arrival and for lovers of rosé or beer on tap, soak up unlimited French rosé, beer and a banquet of food over two hours.

For those with allergies – fear not. The sunny SoCal menu is dishing up gluten-free, vegan and dairy-free options. Munch on Kingfish ceviche and a do-it-yourself taco platter of chicken tinga & pork carnitas. Gather the crew and get lunchin’!

Cost: $89 per person. Upgrade to Tequila spritzes for $10
Time limit: Two hours

Green Moustache – North Sydney

If spending time in nature and participating in a big brunch were on the weekend’s to-do list, tick them both off with a saucy session at Green Moustache, North Sydney’s only rooftop bar. Anyone not invited to brunch will be green with envy.

Set amongst lush greenery, dine on the likes of burrata with blood orange and fig compote, Szechuan black pepper squid and traditional Italian bruschetta. With 2 hours of rose, prosecco and pale ale. You don’t have to be on the south side of Sydney Bridge to have bottomless brunch fun.

Cost: $79 per person. $10 to add a round of cocktails to finish the brunch.
Time limit: Two hours

Green Moustache bottomless brunch
© Green Moustache

Tijuana’s Manly

Get ready to embark on a culinary voyage from Peru to Mexico in the heart of Manly. Sip on rose, tap beer and both classic and spicy margaritas. The restaurant pre-makes its cocktail jugs, so are ready to top you up as soon as you finish your drink, and they don’t hold back on the refills. Start with guacamole, saucy grilled corn and a yellowfin tuna tostada. Then dig into barramundi tacos, marinated chicken and crispy potatoes. Vegetarian options are available too.

Cost: $99
Time limit: Two hours

Freshwater Brewing Co.

Now expanding its Endless Summer bottomless brunches across the entire weekend, a day out with friends at Freshwater Brewing Co. is a must. The theme is Mexican fiesta, so prepare your tastebuds for a flurry of flavours and spices you would only expect in the heart of Mexico. Unlimited tacos are the headliner of this extensive menu with chips, guacamole and sliders adding some extra wow factor to the experience. The flavour doesn’t stop there, as free-flowing margheritas, spritz’s, wines and beers will be delivered to you like clockwork. At Freshwater Brewing Co. you can invite all your friends, from vegetarians to meat lovers, and even your furry friends. All are well looked after at this bottomless brunch in Sydney.

Cost: $80
Time limit: Two hours

Bottomless brunch at Freshwater Brewing Co.
© Freshwater Brewing Co.

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