The very word brunch conjures an image of relaxation and enjoying a good meal at a leisurely pace. Indeed, Sundays are a lazy day and a sumptuous brunch spread over few hours is just what one needs. Goa, the quintessential place for rest and repose, adds to the charm of a Sunday Brunch. Live stations, kid’s activities, champagne bars, foot-tapping music, are all a part of the Sunday brunch extravaganza. Hotels in Goa offer a plethora of brunch options for families to relax, dine and unwind. Here are the best 4 in Goa.
1. Wicked liquid brunch at Grand Hyatt Goa, Bambolim
The Wicked Liquid brunch at Grand Hyatt Goa, is not your regular Sunday brunch. Begin with a luxurious spa treatment as you can enjoy 50% off on all spa and salon treatments. At 1:00 pm, head to The Dining Room, to satiate your food cravings form an exotic spread. Offerings include prawn and seafood options, oriental cuisine, roasted meats, sushi, pasta and barbecue. Indulge in crispy crackling pork, eggs benedict, hand-crafted pizzas, kebabs, speciality eggs, chocolate fountain, crepes and more. The liquid menu is as extensive as the food offering. Expect to sip herb-infused spirits, detox drinks, health juices, cocktails, sparkling wine, coffee cocktails.
This swish restaurant with a chic but relaxed ambience offers one of the best Sunday brunches in Goa. With dishes from China, Japan, Thailand and much more, the extensive offerings are bound to perk up your taste buds and add zest to your Sunday. Tuna Truffle Pizza from the Raw Bar – a crispy thin crust pizza with a subtle flavour of cured tuna sashimi and the richness of truffle, is an absolute delight. Larb Gai, Prawn and glass noodle is another must-try dish.
The Sunday Pranzo at Da Luigi showcases Italian family recipes served in an interactive buffet, as well as pan to plate offerings customised to a diner’s preference. In addition to the Italian theme cuisine and regional Italian cocktails, one distinct cuisine is on offer every Sunday. The five distinct cuisines are served on a rotational basis along with the signature Italian family recipes and handcrafted thematic cocktails crafted by the bartenders. From Beetroot Carpaccio to Wild Mushroom and Mascarpone Soup to Quattro Formaggio and Chicken Tortellini, expect to savour an array of lip-smacking dishes and of course delectable desserts.
Last but not the least, It does not get more exotic than this for a Sunday Brunch in Goa. The Shabu Shabu makes its debut at this Pan Asian Sunday Brunch. A Japanese hot pot of meats or vegetables, it gets its name from the sound emitted by the ingredients when they are dipped into the elegantly flavoured stock. The diners have the option of cooking and sharing this hot pot, which is placed at the centre of the table. That is not all. Besides this unique dish, the vast spread includes dim sums, the Fame sushis and sashimi, live stir-fries and grills and Goan, Thai, Malay and Lankan curries. A wide selection of desserts forms the perfect finale to this sumptuous brunch. Savour all this while listening to a local band serenade you with lively Konkani tunes.
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.
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