Call me a food snob, I love food especially quality cuisine and anything that gets my taste buds all tingling, and the plus side an all-you-can-eat brunch. This occasion, I picked the Ritz Carlton Sunday Brunch. After hearing much of the reviews around I wanted to try it first hand for myself. Greeted by the Executive Chef Anupam Banerjee, who is Michelin-Starred, I took a tour of the place to see what was on the menu for the day. I was amazed by the spread and the live kitchens. Everywhere I turned I was overwhelmed by the dishes calling out to me, saying “Try Me”. I was at awe with the amount of food around.
The Market – Located on level 3 at the Ritz Carlton, is an all-day dining restaurant. It is known to draw culinary and flavourful traditional meals of Europe, India and East Asia. There are three interactive show kitchens that is the most appealing to the diners. I shall let the pictures do the talking now.
What is a Sunday Brunch, without some bubbly to savour the gorgeous meal.
Wine Collection & Private Dining – They also have a huge collection of only the finest wines you can get lay your hands on. The Market has its own collection private dining area where you can see these exquisite wines on display.
The Bar As you can see you can take your pick of your favorite drink.
Now the Food, where could I begin, the sushi counter beckoned and so did the cold cuts and cheese. But knowing I had no where to go post the Brunch I just decided to nib on every bit to sample all the delicious food around me.
No matter how full you get at a Brunch, rule # 1 always pace yourself so you do not over eat. There is always the dessert that you need to make room for. So here is the best part, as you enter the Market, you are greeted with a variety of pastries.
They have a resident Singer Joshua Paulmer – the one man band as they call him. The entire ambience sprung alive with his retro tunes.
The kids are not left behind with the entertainment, they have a kids section and a mascot too, who has a lot of tricks up his sleeve, magic to card games. I was tempted to take a click with him.
The service was impeccable, not once was my champagne glass allowed to go empty. The staff were always prompt to get the appetizers or anything you wanted to, even if was a buffet style spread. The plates were cleared out as soon as it was empty and fresh cutlery was placed. I was over all very impressed with the service here and the spread! Overall, a big thumbs up for the food and setting.
Sunday Brunch is from 12:30 PM to 3 PM
Rs. 2600 +TAX (Without Alcohol)
Rs. 3100 +TAX (With Sparkling Wine)
Rs. 4100 +TAX (With Champagne)
About the Hotel – The Ritz Carlton
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**Disclaimer: Even thou the invite was complimentary, all views expressed are my own.