The best brunch in Barangaroo: From all day brekky to bottomless by the harbour
There’s nothing quite like morning sunlight, strong coffee, crispy bacon and perfectly cooked eggs that ooze over buttery sourdough.
This glorious meal is best enjoyed somewhere beautiful, preferably near the harbour. Lucky for you there are so many incredible brunch restaurants in Barangaroo, all minutes from one of the best harbourfront parks in Sydney - Barangaroo Reserve.
The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room is one of Sydney’s classiest waterfront brunch spots, located at the ground floor of the five-star Crown Towers. If you’re celebrating they’ve got plenty of champagne for mimosas, plus perfectly brewed coffee and a drool-worthy brunch menu.
Highlights include eggs benedict with Spanish cured ham (Jamón), a fried egg and bacon roll dripping with cheese and sweetcorn fritters with smoked salmon and fermented chilli sauce. Come for the food and the luxury but stay for the panoramic harbour views.
Locals tip: To extend your leisurely morning once brunch is done, why not grab a second coffee and take the short stroll from any of these brunch restaurants to Barangaroo Reserve and Wulugul Walk. You’ll discover acres of lush, waterfront park planted in natives with one of the best views of Sydney Harbour.
Saisons is an all-day bistro with a luxurious, modern menu and a generous al fresco dining setting, perfect for brunching in the sun. Think Paris cuisine with a dash of Sydney style, right in the heart of Barangaroo.
Their brunch menu is famous for its brioche French toast with caramelised banana and selection of traditional French crepes. The rich, delicious Parma ham and fried egg on sourdough is another must-try.
Brunch should be taken seriously. Devon cafe obviously agrees because they’ve taken fine dining techniques and applied it to the humble brunch cuisine with mouth-watering results.
Dishes like miso marinated king salmon, eel croquette and 63-degree egg and buckwheat blinis with Serrano Jamón are unlike anything else we’ve tasted. If you fancy something a little more savoury Devon’s Indonesian-inspired dishes are must-trys, especially their Devon Mie Goreng, with egg noodles, fried chickens and shallots.
No brunch list is complete without a bottomless option. Wilde Sage is a modern Australian brunch restaurant in Barangaroo with a premium, light wood and marble fit-out, generous al fresco seating and an incredible bottomless package.
It includes unlimited Aperol Spritz, Bellini or sparkling wine plus dishes like lobster and lamb tacos and roasted cauliflower with herb yoghurt. If you don’t fancy drinking before noon, order à la carte and try Wild Sage’s famous breakfast roll with truffled egg, bacon, smokey aioli and crushed potatoes.