January 11, 2009 2:19:59 am
The winter sun is mellow and its perfect weather to lounge around. To lure you outdoors,restaurants across Delhi are offering interesting Sunday brunches
Lounge by the windows of Baywatch at Sheraton Hotel,Saket with a table resplendent with exotic goodies. The brunch spread here includes delicious seafood grills with lobsters,crabs,scallops and fillets of black cod. Appam stations will be put up and you can pair your main course with herbal teas,vodka cocktails and a variety of wines.
Where: Baywatch,Sheraton Hotel
When: 12:30 p.m- 4:00 p.m.
Meal for two: Rs 3,000 (plus taxes)
Contact: 4266 1122
A personalised picnic basket of goodies awaits you at Ai in Saket. Lay out your own picnic table and dig out a bottle of wine,colourful mats,chopsticks,a game of Sudoku and seaweed crackers from the basket. Laze in the sun with Manga art comics and bite into Japanese breads like white sesame lavash and seaweed baguettes. Nigiri and maki rolls will whet your appetite as the kitchen rolls out the main course with grilled fillets and tempura bits.
When: 12 noon – 3.30 pm
Meal for two: Rs 2,990 (plus taxes)
Packed with Health
Seven varieties of dim sums will be the highlight of the brunch at Chilli Seasonss. On offer are Indonesian dimsums,pot stickers,Hong Kong rounds with corn and Vietnamese fish rolls. Pair them with rice or noodles or nurse a chamomile tea ; get a head start for the day.
Where: Chilli Seasonss,Defence Colony Market
When: 12 noon- 4 pm
Meal for two: Rs 1,550 (plus taxes)
Bond over Martini
Café G,located at Crowne Plaza Today,Gurgaon,is rolling out Brazilian grills along with shawarmas and kebabs. A childrens corner has been set up to keep the kids busy with movies,clowns and games while you sit back and relish the cuisine. A martini and mojito counter will also be stationed to go with your food.
Where: Café G,Crowne Plaza Today
When: 12 noon – 4pm
Meal for Two: Rs 4,900 (plus taxes)
Contact: 95124 – 4534000
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