The Best Value Bottomless Brunches Around Perth
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There’s a time and place for everything, and while we’re sure you spend most mornings enjoying a healthy and nourishing breakfast (probably after a run and a yoga session, right?), sometimes you need to get the gang together for a lavish brunch. But what if you’re on a not quite so lavish budget? We’ve found some of the best value bottomless brunches to cure the Sunday scaries.
North Freo’s Turquoise Cafe are the masters when it comes to bang for your brunch bucks, with their behemoth breakfast platter causing a bit of a frenzy. They’ve taken things to the next level with a bottomless brunch that includes two hours of non-stop brunch items – yes, that includes the amazing rosti benedict, house made waffles, breakfast potatoes and much more. Not only will it set you back a mere $39 per person, but you’ll even be treated to a complimentary bottle of prosecco for every two people. If that’s not a bargain, then we don’t know what is!
9 McCabe Street, North Fremantle
If anyone knows bottomless brunch, it’s the people that first brought it to Perth. The brunch masters at Tiisch expanded in 2021 to include a second cafe, Mimosa – and they’re not messing around when it comes to bottomless brunches. Available seven days a week, their classic two course brunch will set you back $65, and includes two hours of free flowing bevvies (including some insta-worthy mimosas, of course). For $50, you can get in on the action for even cheaper with the non alcoholic option.
1 Forrest Street, Subiaco
There’s nothing that says “bottomless brunch” more than a free-flowing prosecco fountain! Put a summer spin on things with their special Pimm’s edition – where for $59 you’ll receive a complimentary Pimm’s cocktail on arrival, followed by two hours of free-flowing prosecco and sparkling rosé, plus your choice of brunch main
495-497 Wellington Street, Perth
Just around the corner from the Globe, you can also hit up The Aviary for their Bottomless Bubbles and Brunch, every Saturday and Sunday for $59. Bask in the sunshine on the rooftop, and enjoy two hours of endless sparkling and mimosas, as well as your selection of brunch – which ranges from fried chicken, waffles and maple butter to a classic smashed avo, or a nourishing vegan salad bowl.
Level 1, 140 William Street, Perth
Leederville staple The Garden has got everyone covered with three bottomless brunch options – from a $50 boozeless option for the designated drivers of the group, a classic option for $65 that includes shared starters and your choice of main as well as some delightfully botanical cocktails, or you can level up with the Boujee Brunch if you’ve got a taste for the finer things in life… Ooh la la!
742 Newcastle Street, Leederville
Mount Hawthorn fave Pogo have expanded their hours to launch a brand new Bottomless Brunch, featuring a three-course chef’s menu that is absolutely packed with flavour and plenty of fun. For $65 you can enjoy their Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-inspired dishes alongside a drinks package that includes bottomless cocktails (like their signature Persian fairy floss topped Peri’s Delight) and of course, endless prosecco.
1/148 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn
The Lucky Shag
You’ll be feeling pretty lucky yourself, with Lucky Shag’s rooftop bottomless lunch packages. For $65, the High Tide boasts a selection of endless frozen cocktails to keep you cool, as well as sparkling wines and house beers, alongside a heaving shared menu of sweets and savouries and a priceless waterfront view.
Old Perth Port, Barrack Square, Perth
Mack Daddy’s New York Slice
Is there anything better than pizza for breakfast? How about… All you can eat pizza by New York slice slingers Mack Daddy’s, accompanied by Bloody Marys, espresso martinis, Bloody Bubbles and house beer and wine? If you’re a non-drinker (or it’s just a bit early for you, fair enough), they’ll hook you up with some iced tea, fruit juice and softies. For only $60 per person ($45 for non-alcoholic), we can actually hardly contain ourselves. They’ve taken a quick hiatus, but rest assured, they’ll be back and better than ever in no time.
560 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley
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