Best Brunch in Sydney for the Morning After
After a night full of drinks, dancing and fun in Sydney, a top priority for the morning after is to find the best place for brunch. What better way is there to help recover from a memorable hens night than with eggs, bacon and buttery sourdough? If you feel adventurous enough for a mimosa at 10am, then we also have you covered, with the perfect bottomless brunch options for you and your friends. From amazing cheaper eats to pricier and more indulgent options, you’ll be spoilt for choice when selecting the best place to brunch the morning after.
Let’s start close to Darling Harbour to start the Best Brunch in Sydney, with 3 great choices for a tasty brunch. These are our top picks to try which suit different tastes and are super affordable. You will really want to try all of them!
Best Brunch in Sydney – Darling Harbour
Price range: $10.95 – $25.95
To start off our best brunch in Sydney, this is a top choice to suit a wide variety of foodies. Of course, they have a delicious and extensive range of pancakes on offer. But it’s also hard to not go for their many great savoury options, with their American-style hash browns. As their slogan says ‘Something for Everyone’ and this really rings true.
The location is excellent too, as it’s located right in the heart of Darling Harbour. Perfect for a walk before or after by the water. Our top picks are the ‘Pancake Egg ‘N’ Hash’- with a side of bacon for around $19. For pancake lovers, it’s hard to go past the ‘Bananarama’ – 2 classic buttermilk pancakes with grilled banana and a delightful homemade butterscotch sauce. Did we mention it’s topped with cream and ice cream? Heaven.
Price range: $6 – $25
A short 15-minute walk from Darling Harbour in Pyrmont is this seriously delicious brunch spot. Their menu is not extensive by any means and it doesn’t need to be, as everything they offer is a standout. The focus for brunch is on savoury choices but for those who prefer a sweeter brunch, their light and fluffy ricotta pancakes with maple marinated strawberries and pistachio butter are mouth-watering.
Our top pick has to be the ‘Loaded Double Double’. This ultimate toastie is on a tasty 5-grain sourdough, with double smoked black forest ham, with two types of cheese, spread with an ale honey mustard and a bechamel sauce. If that’s not enough it’s topped with a perfect fried egg. A really memorable toastie.
Price range: $12 – $25
Brunch with the best view of Darling Harbour? Yes please! This iconic and modern Australian restaurant is found in the Cockle Bay dining precinct. It’s a relaxing location for brunch after a fun night out with friends. Their prices are very reasonable, especially for such a perfect location. A classic bacon and egg roll with your choice of sauce sets you back a bargain $12. Eggs Benedict with avocado, salmon and two poached eggs on sourdough is $20.
Our favourite pick has to be ‘The Full Breakfast’. For $25 you get it all – sausage, bacon, grilled tomato, mushrooms, beans and eggs your preferred way. Oh and it’s served with 2 pieces of sourdough toast. A great choice to refuel after a fun night out in the city.
Best brunch in Sydney – Bottomless
Looking to dine somewhere a bit fancier? Maybe with a mimosa or your favourite wine and multiple plates to sample? Then these are the 3 must-try places for bottomless brunch in Sydney after a hens night out in this magical city. What makes them even more appealing is that they don’t break the budget either – all under $100 per person.
1. The Winery
$85 pp for a 3 course meal with 2 hours of bottomless drinks
This aesthetically pleasing and quirky wine bar is a great place to enjoy an unforgettable bottomless brunch in Sydney. This restaurant in Surry Hills, just a quick light rail journey from the CBD, has a leafy laneway and terrace perfect for drinks and food in the sunshine.
Their bottomless brunch offered on Saturdays and Sundays, with a booking, is famous in Sydney. You get 3 delectable courses with your choice of Bellinis or 4 different house wines to wash it all down. Their starter ‘The Winery Sausage Roll’ with veal and chorizo, served with a tomato chilli jam is to die for. The standout main is the melt-in-your-mouth slow-braised beef cheek ragu.
Bottomless brunch: $89 pp for 2 hours.
This epic dining experience begins from 12pm on Saturdays and Sundays. The perfect choice for those needing a longer sleep in after a memorable hens night. It’s a great way to end the weekend with a luxurious brunch right in the heart of the iconic Rocks of Sydney.
Drinks on offer include Gin Spritz, Mimosas, Bellini or glasses or Rose. The delicious food to help line the stomach includes, lavish cheese and meat boards, Bloody Shiraz caviar, cured salmon and dips and salads. It’s a great place to share tales of the night before as you craze on top-quality food and drinks which go down a little too easily.
Bottomless brunch: $99 pp for 2 hours
Last on the list for our best brunch in Sydney, is outside the CBD in Bondi Beach is Salty’s Bondi and it’s worth the trip out for. The views are worth it alone, but then you sample the food and are glad you didn’t miss it. At Salty’s they know how to brunch and make it a fun experience. When you arrive you are handed a classic margarita and get to indulge in a 9-course shared menu of their favourites.
Buffalo hot wings, perfectly cooked broccolini with almonds and parmesan, and crunchy Mac ‘n’ Cheese Balls, they’ve got you sorted. Plus great vegetarian options like their juicy charred corn and loaded veggie nachos. Did we forget to mention the drinks? Of course, you also will get free flowing vino, tap beers and endless seltzers for 2 hours. Win-win.
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