It’s been a while Sydney. A while since we danced the night away at our favourite bars and a while since we bought a round at our local watering hole. It’s also been a while since we’ve gone all in at a bottomless boozy brunch.
This Friday, NSW Coronavirus restrictions will ease, which will see the re-opening of many cafes and many restaurants for 10 people dining in. One of the first on our hit list will be the brunch sessions at Darlinghurst’s famed Brick Lane.
The team here has already dropped the news that they will be opening their doors again for in-house dining on Tuesday 19 May (so mark that date down in the diary). This means their insanely over-the-top and delicious brunch will be back too, and what better way to kick-off the beginning of post-iso times than with a bottomless celebration?
The $55 feast is loaded with eight courses of absolute Indian goodness. That means you’re in for poppadoms, momos (spiced cabbage and potato dumplings filled with tomato chutney), chaat bomb stuffed with spiced potato, cucumber, pineapple and sweet yoghurt, veggie balls, masala tostadas, coconut butter chicken, curried potatoes and eggplant and to top it all off, a chai chocolate mousse. With this, you’ll get one-and-a-half hours of bottomless booze which could look like Pinot Gris from Adelaide Hills, Cabernet Merlot from South Australia or lager from Vietnam.
If you’re keen to really blow things out, you can also add on various cocktails, wines and dishes like chicken burger spring rolls and tempura prawn for a cruisey $10 per person.
For more details, head here.
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Image credit: Brick Lane