Get free deal with every meal
Confirm booking in 30 second
No charges on booking cancellation
After the austere period of Lent, food plays a major role in the entire Easter festivities and the feast of Easter begins with a sumptuous meal on Easter Sunday. Restaurants in Mumbai offer lavish spreads for brunch as families and friends celebrating this feast, get together for a relaxed meal. Traditional Easter delicacies like Hot Cross Buns, Easter Eggs, Oven-Roasted Rack Of Lamb, Simnel Cakes are offered with a contemporary twist and presentation, apart from the usual array of Sunday offerings.
Feast on an assortment of delectable, traditional Easter dishes at the longest brunch in Mumbai starting at 11.30 am and ending at 4 pm. Traditional roasts like Roast Turkey and Leg Of Lamb along with a variety of global cuisines will be served. The large selection of indulgent desserts - Red Wine Poached Pears, Hot Cross Buns, Polish Easter Bread, Easter Cupcakes, Easter Cookies proves to the be the perfect finale. Enjoy a round of board games at your table or splash around in the pool. The dedicated kids play area will have a magician, balloon artist, movie screenings, as well as an exciting Easter Egg Hunt to offer a complete Easter experience.
Guests can look forward to a fun and interactive afternoon here with a string of colourful Easter eggs and rabbit cut-outs adorning the courtyard and a brunch replete with Easter specials such as Honey And Mustard Glaze Ham With Trimmings, Chimichurri Chicken And Sautéed Vegetables Sliders. The traditional Easter delicacy - Hot Cross Buns, will also be a part of the brunch offerings. An extensive cold buffet will serve assorted bread, crisps and dips; and leafy salads, amongst other options. Edible Easter eggs on each table, a complimentary offering for the feast, will add to the dining experience.
Traditional Easter dishes here boast of a contemporary twist. The Easter Brunch promises to be an unparalleled treat and comprises offerings like Devilled Eggs Platter, Mexican Taco Bar, Mezze Bar With Shawarma, Eggs Station, Sushi Bar, Indian Chaat Station, Roast Turkey. The elaborate dessert buffet includes Carrot, Walnut And Cinnamon Bunny Cake, Simnel Cake, Pavalova Nest With Chocolate And Marzipan Eggs And Easter Cupcakes among others.
A special spread awaits food and beer lovers this Sunday for Easter. From freshly tossed salads like Melon And Rocket Salad, Prawns Cocktail, Made To Order Eggs, Margherita And Chicken Tikka Pizza And Alfredo Pasta, one can look forward to it all. A special ‘British Corner’ will offer Easter specials like Scotch Eggs and Fisherman’s Pie. End your meal on a sweet note with Easter Eggs and Sticky Toffee Pudding. Pair your food with free-flowing craft beers like Diablo, Halcyon, Ace Apple Cider and sip on endless sangrias or the in-house Pimms cocktail.
Potato Confit, Seared Vine Ripen Cherry Tomatoes, Roasted Pumpkin, Thyme And Comte Cheese Quiche, Ratatouille Vegetable Lasagna, Brunswick Stew are some of the delicacies which will be a part of the Easter extravaganza here. The live stations at the buffet will be a highlight. Hazelnut Praline Chocolate Entremets, Pavlova With Fruits, Silver White Velvet Pastry are some of the desserts to be relished. A hopping bunny will be around to play with kids and they can look forward to an Easter egg each.
The Easter menu at Long and Short is a celebration of the best of the season. With live counters serving a variety of cuisines from Indian to European, the Easter menu has something for every palate. From Truffle-Infused Shepherd's Pie to Turkey Roulade, the spirit of Easter comes alive through an extensive menu replete with fresh and local ingredients.
Food critic, features writer and columnist, Mini Ribeiro is a qualified Journalist, from IIMC New Delhi. She specialises in the Food & Beverage and Hospitality space. As an established food & beverage writer, Mini currently contributes to several leading English publications across the country – Asian Age, Hindustan Times, Sunday Financial Express, Hotelier India, Go Getter and Vistara inflight magazines and Rediff.com. She also has her own You Tube channel called Mini’s Food Fundas. Fond of cooking, Mini enjoys experimenting in the kitchen with various cuisines, with Indian regional food, being her favourite. She has recently started, a platform for home talent, called 'Flavours from Home', an initiative which aims to make women who are passionate about cooking, entrepreneurs.