It’s the all-important question: where to find Sydney’s best brunch after a long lazy lie-in? This lively city seems to have more options than any other, so we have some tips to find the right spot. Go by the coffee
A short stay in Sydney isn’t complete without sampling some of the outstanding coffee that’s on offer throughout the city. The best brunch places in Sydney know that tasteless coffee just won’t cut it, so if the brew is of a high standard there’s a good chance the food is too. Our tip is to head to Workshop Espresso on George Street if you like it strong with something sweet and decadent on the side.
Follow the regulars
Although there’s always something new popping up that’s touted as the best brunch in Sydney, following the crowd isn’t always the best way to find that amazing late breakfast experience. Sydney-siders know their brunch, and everyone has their favourite local spot. Ask around for the best brunch Sydney has to offer, and you might just find that perfect hidden spot. Trio Café has been winning the regulars over in Bondi, while The Fine Food Store has people talking in The Rocks.
Try something new
Whether you’re gluten free, vegetarian, vegan or just looking for an adventurous change for your mid-morning meal, there will be a variety of different options that surprise and delight. Your best Sunday brunch in Sydney could be an Asian-inspired dish with cold drip coffee at Brewristas in Glebe, or a tasty breakfast salad at Kawa in Surry Hills.
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