Bottomless Brunch at Tayim

Pancakes at Tayim
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Sabich at Tayim
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Small plates at Tayim
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Time Out says

Go all-in at a new boozy brunch spiked with Middle Eastern flavour

Bottomless brunch has established itself as a stalwart on Sydney's weekend calendars, so why fight it? Tayim is certainly leaning into the boozy trend with its new smorgasboard of Middle Eastern-inspired morsels made for picking at while savouring a cocktail or five (responsibly, of course). 

The former head chef of Surry Hills standout NourRan Kimelfeld, is running this joint – so expect some inventive brunch offerings. He's snapped up inspiration from his travels all around the Middle East and is delivering goodies like fig pancakes with halva and rosewater cream, a shakshuka dish with sujuk, and sabich, a traditional Iraqi-Jewish plate loaded with falafel and tahini. Make sure to grab some house-made Yemenite bread to mop it up with. 

For two hours every Saturday from 11.30am, you'll get to feast on three courses for a very reasonable $49. There's an option to add on free-flowing cocktails for $39 or house beers and wines for a little less moolah, but let's be real: if you're not enjoying unending top-ups are you even bottomless brunching? And fear not – there's not a smashed avo in sight. 


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