You know what’s better than a regular ol’ brekkie?
One that’s big, beautiful and bottomless! Lucky for us, a brand new bottomless brunch has arrived in the city’s west end, with a touch of heritage charm to top it all off.
Built at the end of the 19th century and the last remaining of the grand residential homes that were once situated along St Georges Terrace, last year saw the Terrace Hotel finally reemerge after a four year closure with a reinvigorated casual approach.
Perched on the corner of St Georges Terrace and Milligan Street, the leafy alfresco makes an enticing spot to settle in for an afternoon drink when you’ve snuck out of the office early – particularly now that the spring sunshine has started to peek out from behind the clouds.
But their brand new bottomless brunch means it’s also worth venturing into the city on the weekend, too!
Wander on through to the rear of the Terrace and you’ll find yourself in the plant-lined courtyard: an urban oasis hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city where for $69 per person you can enjoy endless sparkling and your choice of beaut brunch main alongside a rotating selection of starters.
The current menu incorporates flavours from just about every corner of the globe – think Korean twice-fried chicken and waffles topped with a drizzle of gochujang honey, a classic eggs benedict served atop a flaky paratha or a glorious bowl of basil and chorizo gnocchi.
Managed to get the whole crew down? If you book for a group of six or more, you’ll also be treated to a complimentary espresso “mar-tree-ni” cocktail tree!
The Terrace Hotel’s bottomless brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday – book your table here.
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