It’s been a while since you’ve seen the gang and you’re looking for an activity where you don’t need an excuse to celebrate – a bottomless brunch is that perfect excuse to get dolled up and wildly boozed all before noon.
When brunch is on the agenda, where do you go? It is a competitive market for those indulging at bottomless brunch in Perth these days, so we’ve compiled a list of our tried and tested favourites. Clear your weekend plans to account for an afternoon nap and warn the group chat; we are on for bottomless brunch this weekend.
Keep reading for our take on the Best Bottomless Brunch in Perth.
Prosecco Fountain Brunch… need we say more? In the heart of the CBD, The Globe hosts Perth’s ONLY prosecco fountain, giving you free-flowing access to all the bubbles your heart desires for 2 hours. On arrival, enjoy a welcome cocktail, choose your mains and order a glass of sparkling rosé. Create your signature glass of prosecco by adorning it with the assortment of fruit available. As long as you like bubbles, for $59 a person, The Globe might be boasting Perth’s best bang for your buck bottomless brunch.
We couldn’t discuss bottomless brunch in Perth without mentioning this flagship location. Conveniently located on Hay Street, Tiisch holds its claim to fame as Perth’s original bottomless brunch. They provide all the brunch favourites, or opt for the epic wagyu beef burger or keep it simple with your choice of freshly baked bagels. Whatever you choose, your stomach will certainly be lined before knocking back the bevvies. Choose between unlimited bubbles, Bloody Mary’s, wine, vino and beer, all for just $70 a head.
Who said brunch is all about avo toast and pancakes? Mack Daddy’s brings a slice of NYC to Beaufort Street with their pizza and cocktail brunch. It would have to be the perfect brunch spot when you’re still dusty from the night before, I mean, the hair of the dog, right? Enjoy their specialist brunch pizzas along with the usual suspects while getting boozy off Bloody Mary’s, Espresso Martinis, Bloody Bubbles, house wine and beer. Did we mention the pizza is bottomless too? The best $70 we’ve ever spent.
For the clear sky forecasted weekends, we like to take brunch outside. Head to Leederville to check out The Garden’s bottomless brunch, where unlimited prosecco, botanical cocktails and breakfast beers (aka Pale Ales and IPAs) are yours for the taking at $65 per person. Aside from your mains, enjoy watermelon and mint salad and a spread of mini danishes and croissants for the table.
If you have already been to your fair share of bottomless brunches in Perth, you might be looking for something different to pair your vino with than sourdough toast. Head down Fremantle ways this weekend to Emily Taylor’s Yum Brunch tucked just behind the Fremantle Markets. Enjoy dumplings fresh from the kitchen, with $85 giving you a smorgasbord board of dumplings with your choice of house wine and beers. Once you’ve gone Yum Cha for brunch, you might not ever want to go back.
We barely scratched the surface on all the potential bottomless brunch opportunities in Perth, but this is a good start to keep you and the gang busy for the next few Saturdays. Get your bookings in ASAP! And good luck nursing that hangover.