Food & Drink

Feast On Endless Hummus And Slow-Cooked Meats At This Boozy Middle Eastern-Inspired Brunch

By Ranyhyn Laine
26th Nov 2019

You know what your Sunday brunches have been missing all this time? Hummus. And labneh. And freshly baked Middle Eastern bread. And slow-cooked meats. A lot of delicious things actually, but luckily, there's an easy remedy–just book in for a boozy Sunday brunch at ZA ZA TA.

Putting on an epic brunch spread complete with bottomless prosecco every Sunday from 12 pm, ZA ZA TA really knows how to spice up an afternoon. On top of a full grazing table piled with fresh salads, pickled vegetables, house-made Israeli bread to be dipped in hummus and labneh, slow-cooked meats woodfired and shakshuka and house-made Middle Eastern sweets, you'll also find live entertainment and Instagrammable interiors to enjoy. 

But wait, there's more–opt for the bottomless option for $99pp and you'll be able to sip on two and a half hours' worth of never-ending Aperol spritzes, prosecco, rose, mimosas, beer, apple cider and kombucha. How's that for a Sunday well spent?

Of course, you get to keep going back to that grazing table for the full two and a half hours too, and if you want to ramp it up, $149pp will get you champagne as well. Just here for the food? Take the $69 menu, with two and a half hours of grazing and a glass of prosecco on arrival. 

Frankly, we think you're doing yourself a disservice if you're not spending every Sunday at the exotic restaurant. Gather the crew and book in a brunch date here.

The Details

When: Every Sunday, 12 pm–4 pm
Where: ZA ZA TA, Fortitude Valley
Cost: $69–$149pp
Find out more here

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Image credit: Supplied

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