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Beth McFadden4 years ago

These restaurants are open Easter Sunday in Darwin

Easter Sunday is traditionally celebrated as a religious holiday, but you can take advantage of the holiday spirit and sit down for an incredible lunchtime feast. Whether you want a table full of plates to share with your family or a filling meal while drinking a cold beer at the pub, then this guide will tell you the best places open this Easter.

Roma Bar Cafe

Filling breakfast on Easter Sunday, Roma Bar Cafe - Darwin
Filling breakfast on Easter Sunday, Roma Bar Cafe – Darwin

Roma Bar Cafe is for those early risers who prefer to fill up at the beginning of the day. Their breakfast menu has an incredible list of dishes from your typical eggs benedict to a flamenco chorizo and tomato stew topped with a fried egg. If you’ve avoided chocolate this Easter but still need a sweet treat then try their toasted coconut bread with lemon curd or French toast served with poached blueberries and maple syrup. Sit down in their cozy café this Easter Sunday for a filling start to your day.
Where: 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin NT 0800

Il Lido

Try the delicious tapas, Il Lido - Darwin
Try the delicious tapas, Il Lido – Darwin

If Easter has got you thinking about how close your family is, why not put that relationship to the test and share a meal at Il Lido. Their tapas lounge serves up small share plates including ham hock and cheese croquettes or pork belly and apple skewers. If you’re not a fan of pork, then grab a plate of their nam jim cured fish served with wasabi avocado and sesame to pass around the table. If you’d prefer your seafood served on a thick crust base, then order one of their king prawn or white anchovies pizzas to dig into.
Where: Wharf One F3, 19 Kitchener Drive, Darwin NT 0800

Golden Orchid Restaurant

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Fresh oysters, Golden Orchid Thai Restaurant – Darwin

This restaurant is renowned in the Darwin region. The Golden Orchid Restaurant is a fusion of Thai and Chinese cuisines open over the Easter weekend. Whether you want to sit down for dinner overlooking the marina for a tranquil sunset view or just need a quick lunch feast to fill you up, this is the perfect restaurant for you. Browse their A La Carte restaurant for classic Thai curries or modern grilled meals. The Crying Tiger will not only fill you to the brim, but might even make you tear up with its marinated beef served with special spicy sauce.
Where: 62 Marina Boulevard, Larrakeyah NT 0820

The Precinct Tavern

Grab a filling pork knuckle, The Precinct Tavern - Darwin
Grab a filling pork knuckle, The Precinct Tavern – Darwin

If Easter Sunday isn’t going to stop you from wanting to watch your sports, then head down to the Precinct Tavern on Sunday for a filling meal and a craft beer. Why not try their braised beef cheeks and BBQ short rib schnitzel served with bacon, spring onion and smoked cheddar sweet potato mash? Or perhaps you’d prefer their crispy skin Tasmania salmon for a mouth-watering lunch or dinner. Either way, finish the day off at the bar will a cold James Squire pint in hand and enjoy round one of the footy.
Where: 7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin NT 0800

Where are you heading out on Easter Sunday? Comment and let us know! 

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