Sunday Seafood Brunch at Hyatt Regency Sydney
Located in the heart of the Central Business District, Hyatt Regency Sydney is Australia’s largest upscale hotel. It offers 892 well-appointed guestrooms, luxurious Regency Club facilities overlooking Darling Harbour as well as exceptional culinary experiences including Zephyr Sky Bar, Dundee Arms and Sailmaker Restaurant which brings to life the area’s rich heritage through its fresh produce, abundant seafood selection and harbourside location.
Chef de Cuisine Joseph Cain works closely with fishermen and farmers throughout New South Wales to create a simple, yet refined menu that celebrates some of Australia’s best produce. Adopting a ‘made from scratch’ philosophy, they serve small batches of seasonally inspired dishes in a relaxed and interactive setting.
Sailmaker Restaurant have just launched a brand new and very delicious seafood brunch which will be available every Sunday. Dishing up locally sourced produce, fresh seafood from Sydney’s iconic Fish Market and limitless sparkling wine, there is no better place to ease into the week ahead than Sailmaker Restaurant.
Get started with a premium charcuterie selection, a spread of energizing salads and an array of freshly caught seafood before moving on to the signature carvery and deluxe egg station where the team will be frying up your Sunday favourites. To top it all off, spoil yourself at the Dessert Table, offering an indulgent selection of housemade sweets and decadent treats for you to enjoy.
Sunday Seafood Brunch $78 per person | Every Sunday from 12pm – 2pm
Includes seafood full buffet with Dessert Table and limitless Henkell Trocken sparkling wine.
Hyatt Regency Sydney, 161 Sussex Street
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