The Sydney brunch scene is saturated with more avocado on toast than you can handle, so we have compiled a list of unique spots that will take your brunch game to the next level.

Saint Peter

The acclaimed fish eatery Saint Peter treats brunchgoers to unconventional dishes like sea urchin crumpets and fish sausage sandwiches.

While it is definitely heading more into lunch territory, it also means you can score their famous lemon tart to cap off your breakfast.

362 Oxford St, Paddington, Sydney, Australia

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Pinto

For a traditional Japanese breakfast, make a beeline for Pinto.

Order the salmon rice set, which comes with a perfectly soft boiled egg, miso soup and all the trimmings.

And if your brunch buddy is not too keen on straying away from a typical Sydney brunch, there is also avocado on toast.

645/40 Campbell St, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia

Boon Cafe

Whether it is congee or a Thai omelette, it is brunch with a Thai twist at Boon.

From 11am onwards, chilli and basil-laden sandwiches are on the menu.

Got a sweet tooth? The croissant smothered in pandan is worth the trip to Boon alone.

Do not forget to wash it down with a matcha latte or a Thai tea.

1/425 Pitt St, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia

Yellow

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With its 100 per cent vegetarian and vegan menu, Yellow is definitely out of the ordinary.

On the weekends, brunch is equally experimental and veg-friendly with the likes of kohlrabi and celeriac gracing the menu.

And even before its transformation into a vegetarian menu, the licorice bread had already made a name for itself on the brunch menu.

7 MacLeay St, Potts Point, Sydney, Australia

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Cafe Rumah

If you like your breakfast Malaysian style, head to Cafe Rumah.

You cannot go past the home-made kaya toast with onsen eggs, but specials like chilli pan mee are also a winner.

Do not leave without trying the made-to-order madeleines with kaya.

71/73 Campbell St, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia

Kepos Street Kitchen

At Kepos Street Kitchen, modern Middle Eastern food is the focus.

Some of Sydney’s best falafel is on offer on a breakfast plate with humous, tomato, cucumber, labneh, chilli, a soft boiled egg and sourdough.

 96 Kepos St, Redfern, Sydney, Australia

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A1 Canteen

A new kid on the block, A1 Canteen’s brunch staples take on curried eggs, grilled mortadella, and blood cakes.

A daily selection of top notch pastries and cakes sweeten the deal.

2-10 Kensington St, Chippendale, Sydney, Australia

Hong Kong Bing Sutt

While regular French toast is easy to find on plenty of Sydney cafe menus, it has got nothing on the fluffy fried Hong Kong French toast with condensed milk at Hong Kong Bing Sutt.

On the more savoury end of the spectrum, Hong Kong signature scrambled eggs on white toast or baked pork chop rice are also on offer.

8/11-15 Deane St, Burwood, Sydney, Australia

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Efendy

It is hard to beat an all-inclusive, leisurely Turkish breakfast for only A$35 (US$25) per person.

Efendy’s shared board of olives, cheese, dips, fruit and an assortment of bread is completed with Turkish tea or coffee.

79 Elliott St, Balmain, Sydney, Australia

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