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.
Mist is the coffee shop and though it suffers from being too near the hotel’s entrance because the hotel does not have a large lobby it has a laid-back and welcoming air about it.The Italian dishes, such as the pizzas, at Park hotels are always good because of the chain’s long association with British-Italian restaurateur Antonio Carluccio.
The place has a well spread-out buffet; however, À la carte is a fine bet as well. There is a wide range of wines and cocktails for you to choose from, in case you want to catch up for a couple of drinks.The buffet serves a selection of Indian, Continental and Asian delicacies with an array of desserts and salads as accompaniments.
his particular stretch of the city has a high population density thanks to all the condominiums in the area, but not much in the way of good dining options and Infinity easily fills that gap. It is on the ground floor of the Crowne Plaza hotel. Soft colours, high ceilings, clean lines and no particular regional décor makes it indeed a neutral space to enjoy a meal. You must-try their thin-crust pizza, especially the Margherita if you are on that side of town.
The lunch buffet with classic Indian dishes tempered with a few continental dishes seems to be the winning formula. As far as the a la carte menu is concerned one the best things on the menu is the club sandwich with chicken, ham and egg while the BLT or the bacon lettuce and tomato sandwich is a close second. For a delicious one pot meal, try the Kopi Tiam Laksa with prawns or the Khao Suey with vegetables.
The Italian may well be the best of the cuisines on offer because of a passionate and dedicated chef . You would not expect to find unusual wines at a hotel's all day dining spot but K3 prides itself, with justification, on its list. It is very, very vast so it works best if you are part of a large group.
Though they pride themselves on their Indian food, some of their Western dishes are surprisingly good. Grilled chicken chops on fondant potatoes have a deeply savoury sauce to accompany the succulent chicken. Indian dishes include the murgh dum biryani with salan and burrani raita. Diners are free to order from the menu even while the buffet is served.
The place treats one to the combined delight of sleek modern décor in a nature-inspired green and yellow palette plus a tip-top selection of healthy and yummy Indian and international fare to satisfy morning or evening cravings. The Nook also serves a great range of spirits and drinks that go perfectly well with the sumptuous delicacies. Start off with ‘Fish Fingers’, ‘Paneer Tikka’, ‘Mozzarella Shots’ and ‘Hyderabadi Chicken Tikka’ for starters. If you count your calories then, you must try the ‘Grilled Chicken Salad’. For the sweet tooth carvings, you can order the ‘Fresh Fruit Trifle’ or the ‘Panna Cotta’
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!
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.
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!
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