If you're on the hunt for a brunch experience that doesn't require waking up before midday, read on!
Perfect for the day after those 'just a couple' Saturday nights, Dim Sum Disco is a delicious destination for the hungover and the hungry alike. For $45, diners can get a gourmet yum cha experience running from 2pm - 4.30pm.
Choose from a 9 course omnivorous feast, including pork buns, veggie dumplings, and a chilli lime chicken karaage, or an 8 course vegan banquet, including a vegan broth, eggplant san choy bow wow and apple pie dumplings. If you're in the market for a little hair of the dog, your drink options include Tiger beer, prosecco, rose, mimosas and Aperol spritz. For something more premium, bottle service is available with Veuve Cliquot, Tanqueray gin and Ciroc vodka.
Turn your late brunch into an early Sunday arvo sesh with back-to-back disco and house tunes and live performances. Bookings are required and can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
When Ling Lings isn't hosting discos and dim sum, they're channelling the street food stalls of South East Asia with a menu that features traditional dishes like pork belly or Asian greens and modern fusions treats like cheeseburger spring rolls.