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Whether you are celebrating with Sparkling wines and Mezze or a big bowl or curing a hangover with a big bowl of Ramen there is no dearth of good brunches to choose from in this city.
ASIAN SUNDAZE AT Kylin Premier
If you are looking for an Asian inspired brunch, Kylin is your spot. Order up offerings from the Live Sushi, Teppanyaki and Khao Suey and Noodle stations; or simply gorge on the various Dimsums. Sangrias, Cocktails and exotic coolers match up to the food brilliantly. Their Mongolian counter and dessert spread attract long line-ups! And yes end your meal with a chocolate fondue, it is divine.
WHERE? - AMBIENCE MALL, VASANT KUNJ
GO BEACHY AT TabulaBeach Cafe
Yield your Sunday afternoon to a fun Brunch by ordering soul-satisfying mains in the comfort of your seat. Do not miss the Eggs Benedicts & Beach Breakfast Platters, freshly made thin Crust Pizzas, Zesty Desserts. Tabula takes waffles to the next level with spins on classic brunch offerings. Most Sundays, the place is packed and the servers are always smiling. In the bright, airy space, the other is enjoyable and relaxed.
WHERE? - TABULABEACH CAFE, NEW DELHI
ESSENCE OF A BRUNCH AT Olive Bar & Kitchen
Olive’s ‘boutique’ feel and flavour, translates into rustic Mediterranean cuisine using the finest ingredients, with a buffet which is exclusive in its appeal and taste. It has not won the winner of the Best Brunch in the country for nothing! They offer great music, beachside ambience and a sumptuous spread to make this a perfect Sunday. So let yourself free trying out the Mediterranean feast curated by the expert hands of Head Chef, Dhruv Oberoi. A good idea is to begin at the breakfast bar if you fancy handcrafted bread, eggs and fine European cheese and cold cuts. On offer are Salads, Mezzes, Sliders, pizzas, Entrees and of course the live Grills. From the dessert, recommendations go all out for the home-made Ice creams and the Candy station.
WHERE? - OLIVE QUTUB, NEW DELHI
TWIST AT TWIST
The twist is the new go-to spot in this neck of the woods. Brace yourself for a menu featuring over a half dozen varieties of starters like shrimp with a twist, crackling spinach and more. For the mains, I would opt for the Stir-fried Asian green, Ma Po tofu and sliced fish in soya chilli. Count on a chill, friendly vibe and a tasty meal; Twist is definitely a solid Gurgaon brunch spot.
WHERE? CYBERHUB, GURGAON
SPARKLING SUNDAYS AT Threesixtyone Degrees
The Sunday Champagne Brunch at Threesixtyone Degrees at The Oberoi, Gurgaon ups the ante on typical brunch by presenting in the vicinity obtained organic ingredients and a plethora of selections for our non-meat eating friends. Created by their team of culinary experts under Executive Chef, Manish Sharma highlights including the interactive, live cooking so that guests can see the master chefs at work - a spectacle of culinary art. Chef Manish is known for setting an imaginative spin on brunch staples. Big draws include the Sushi and Teppanyaki and pizzas and the live grills. Delicious food, set against an elegant ambience, with flavours that linger in your mouth – that is the essence of the Threesixtyone menu!
WHERE? THE OBEROI, GURGAON
SEVEN LIVE KITCHENS FROM AROUND THE WORLD AT Spectra
Spectra offers a special weekend Brunch featuring finest international cuisines with live entertainment. It is the kind of cosmos where you virtually feel like you have stepped into a welcoming world with seven interactive live theatres for a meal - and as it happens, it turns out Spectra really is quite the family affair. Sunday gets a whole lot of fun for everyone, especially for kids as there is a magician on board too. While the neighbourhood has lots of race for brunch, Spectra might just have to take top spot!
WHERE? THE LEELA AMBIENCE, GURGAON
Pluck might be the greatest thing to ever happen to the farm to fork cuisine in Delhi. While it has long been the go-to for organic specialities in Delhi, it is about time that other eateries and zones picked up the slack. A stimulating bite of the newest ingredients that are locally attentive and internationally artistic, or a sip of some of the finest wines, is the best way to ring in a Sunday brunch. Be a bartender and pick a few tricks by their head mixologist, Topesh Chatterjee, with a cocktail culture showcase. For teetotalers, there is a throng of beverages and Tea Deli by Pullman. While you eat and drink your heart out, there’s a kids’ zone and a live band/ DJ.
WHERE? PULLMAN, AEROCITY
A PURE INDULGENT GETAWAY AT Latest Recipe
A bountiful selection of live counters and salad selections along with delicious breakfast bread freshly baked in their own customized Oven. This prevalent coffee shop is famed for its menu of inspired takes on pancakes, eggs and French toast. There is also a Sunday special pizza you mustn’t miss, an assortment of vegetable juice blends and a diversity of condiments along with inventive beverage bars. The Cherry on the cake is the amazing dessert spread that conquest with appetizing sweet treats for all palates.
WHERE? LE MERIDIEN, GURGAON
THE EXQUISITE SUNDAY BRUNCH AT Tamra
If you are hankering for some eggs Benedict, this could be your best bet. Tamra is completely enthusiastic to the brunch staple and they do it with fairness, with creative whirls on the classic. Enjoy free-flowing Moet & Chandon Champagne and authentic Southeast Asian, Japanese, Indian and European cuisine from five interactive cooking theatres, showcasing Tamra’s ‘world on a platter’ concept. In addition, there is a special menu for kids and a do-it-yourself sundae counter.
WHERE? SHANGRI-LA’S EROS HOTEL, NEW DELHI
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