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The best restaurants for Mother's Day in Sydney

Here are the hotspots to suit mums of all ages

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You don’t want to take your wonderful mum to just any restaurant, do you? Here’s our list of the best places to take her on the big day, whether she’s a young mumma with little bubs or an elegant lady after something a bit posh.

The best restaurants for Mother's Day in Sydney

1

Chiswick

It’s hard to imagine somewhere more pleasant to spend a long, lazy Sunday lunch than Chiswick in Woollahra. Wide open to their lush gardens, sharing plates with your mum while sipping on rosé is going to feel like heaven for all of you. On Mother’s Day they’re doing a four-course menu for $98.

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Woollahra
2

Icebergs Dining Room and Bar

Kick off the day with seriously good views of one of Sydney's most famous beaches with brunch at Icebergs Dining Room and Bar. They will be doing a set menu, which includes caviar tartlet, glazed Kurobuta ham, Tasmanian Petuna ocean trout for $90. You can also add on bottomless Perrier Jouet Champagne for an extra $60. 

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Bondi Beach
3

The Newport

Merivale's Northern Beaches outpost will be doing cookie decorating and card making all day. There will be live entertainment from noon and a photobooth too. Food-wise it'll be hard to step wrong, with a rotisserie, fresh seafood bar and pizza shack.

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Newport
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4

The Grounds of Alexandria

The Grounds will be transformed with blooming flower arrangements, fun pop-ups and floral crowns. Mum will receive a cocktail on arrival before sitting down to a luxe three-course menu. There will also be live entertainment, a photobooth and a special gift for mum. Can't make it on Saturday? They'll also be hosting an event on the Sunday too. 

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Alexandria
5

Opera Bar

Treat your mum to some of the best views in Sydney and the VIP treatment. Opera Bar will be hosting a pop-up Taittinger Champagne bar and the girls from I Scream Nails will be dishing out super cute manicures. Manicures and entry to the pop-up will cost $25 and bookings are essential.

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Sydney
6

Sokyo

Sokyo's Chase Kojima will be hosting an eight-plate lunch with matched wines. Kick off with Pacific oysters with plum wine granita, the work your way through ocean trout with wasabi salsa, cuttlefish tempura with tarragon ponzu, hand rolled sushi and more, before finishing with a decadent dessert course. The set menu is $125 per person with an optional wine pairing for $75. 

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Darling Harbour
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7

Gowings Bar and Grill

This CBD hotel hotspot will be celebrating Mother's Day with complimentary valet parking (which is pretty much unheard of in the CBD), a decadent lunc and a specially crafted QT dessert. Each diner will also receive a glass of Perrier Jouët Champagne.

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Sydney
8

Sotto Sopra

This casual Italian restaurant comes from the Brescian-born-and-raised chef Alessandro Pavoni, who you maybe already be familiar with from his other restaurants, Ormeggio at the Spit and Chiosco by Ormeggio. For Mother's Day Pavoni will be doing a wood-fired family feast for $79 per person. 

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Newport
9

Q Dining

Q Dining is set to indulge mum with a three-course lunch. She'll get a glass of Veuve Ambal sparkling wine on arrival and her own bottle of L’Occitane perfume to take home. Add in floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the harbour and you've got a lunch that'll be sure to impress her. 

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Sydney
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10

Rockpool Bar & Grill

This five-star Hunter Street spot will be offering a full ala carte menu. They will also be dishing out specially crafted housemade chocolates. There's salted caramel and passionfruit marshmallows, dark and stormy truffles, dark chocolate bark with macadamia and sesame and a Valrhona chocolate after dinner mints.

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Sydney
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By: Emma Joyce