Eat well and drink well this Mardi Gras.
The Royal Paddo is well-known for its bottomless brunches. They just can’t stop putting them on and we just can’t stop going. Whether it’s for a special occasion or just a regular Monday we’ve decided shouldn’t miss out on the weekend fun, The Royal Paddo is one of our go-to options in Sydney.
This Mardi Gras is no different with the Royal Paddo putting on a rainbow-themed banquet-style bottomless brunch across the first weekend of March (and Monday too, remember). Seats to this bottomless offering will quickly fill with festival-goers looking to fuel their weekend adventures or recover in style.
On arrival, bottomless brunchers will be greeted with a rainbow bagel and fresh fruit with cream cheese.
Then, a rainbow kale slaw and a rainbow-breakfast board loaded with avocado, pickled red onion, fried egg, heirloom tomatoes, potato spinach, salmon capers and rye toast will appear before their eyes like a rainbow in the sky. For a sweet finish, you will be treated to an assortment of macarons.
The main star of every bottomless brunch, though, is the drinks. At The Royal Paddo they’ve got the Guava Bellinis, Riot Rose Spritzes, and the Watermelon, Ginger, Mint Crush Carafes free-flowing for the entire time you’re brunching. However, if you prefer, they’ve got 4 Pines Refreshing Ale ready to quench your thirst.
For one weekend only (6, 7, 8 March) The Royal Hotel in Paddington will colour their bottomless brunch menu rainbow and help festival-goers fuel their Mardi Gras weekend festivities or help them recover from the big weekend on Monday morning.