Five-star summer champagne brunches in Sydney

Brunch with a view at four of Sydney’s best luxury hotels.

InterContinental Sydney Double Bay

Rooftop Brunch with Moët & Chandon

The Mediterranean style rooftop lounge and poolside bar at the InterContinental Sydney Double Bay offers impressive views of the harbour. From 11am every Saturday, the Moët & Chandon Rooftop Brunch buffet offers a selection including pink pepper cured salmon, fresh cucumber sandwiches, seasonal fruit and berries and danish pastries. Visitors and hotel guests can enjoy the buffet with a glass of Moët Ice Impérial for A$59. Belvedere Bloody Mary cocktails, Moët & Chandon Impérial Rosé and Dom Pérignon are also available.

icsydneydoublebay.com

 

The Old Clare Hotel

Social Weekends at Kensington Street Social

The Old Clare’s neighbouring eatery, Kensington Street Social, hosts Social Weekends brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30am.  From Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton, the menu includes choices such as buckwheat hotcakes with vanilla mascarpone and pear; alpine salmon with coddled egg and kombu; the full English Breakfast or marbled Wagyu with béarnaise. Guests can opt for the bottomless sparkling brunch, which includes two hours of sparkling and two courses for A$65. Guests can upgrade to Taittinger champagne for A$165. 

theoldclarehotel.com.au/eat-drink

 

Hyatt Regency Sydney

Zephyr Sunday Brunch

Each Sunday from 11.30am, the Hyatt Regency Sydney’s newest rooftop offering hosts an open-air brunch overlooking Darling Harbour. For A$88 per person, guests can enjoy a four-course breakfast including farmer’s granola and yoghurt, artisan breads, chilled seafood, house made pastries and a choice between poached eggs and French toast. A glass of Moët & Chandon Rose Impèrial is also included; cocktails such as a Belvedere Spritz and Espresso Martini are available from the bar. 

zephyrbarsydney.com

 

Shangri-La Sydney

Brunch at Altitude

The Shangri-La Sydney’s fine dining restaurant Altitude, with its floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, is now open for breakfast. For A$75 per person, the brunch offering includes free-flowing Mimosas or Bellinis, alongside menu options such as waffles, eggs, pancakes and desserts. There is a free-flowing sparkling option for A$55 per person, or an option to upgrade to free-flowing champagne for A$85 per person. 

shangri-la.com.

 

 

 

 

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