The buzzing Pan Asian restaurant at UB City has been a happy spot for the Sunday brunch set. The cool people gather here for the well-made martinis and margaritas and to indulge in a spread that takes in everything from sushi to laksa, Thai curry and ramen bowls. The outdoor space is especially attractive on cool Bangalore days.
By the Blue, Grand Mercure
By the Blue, the poolside restaurant at the Grand Mercure in Koramangala is a bit of a hidden gem. The setting is lovely and it’s an ideal spot for a leisurely Sunday brunch. The kitchen here has always served up quality fare and the brunch spread covers the gamut from appams and stew to shawarma and pasta, plus all the other brunch favourites. Prices start at Rs 1700.
Feast, Sheraton Grand
Feast is the bustling all-day restaurant a the Sheraton Grand at the Brigade Gateway complex. On Sundays it becomes the venue for long, leisurely, wine-soaked brunches. The spread is enormous and you should check out the live counters that serve up chaat, pasta and sushi. Prices start at Rs 2100.
High Ultra Lounge
This venue on top of the World Trade Centre at Brigade Gateway will give you that top of the world feeling. The views are wonderful and it’s a great setting for a Sunday brunch. The High Ultra Lounge brunch is called the Hawker's Brunch offers a variety of dishes inspired by Asian street food. An array of live counters serve up everything from soup and sushi to dim sum, fresh grills, salads and more from China, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Lush, Renaissance Hotel
Head to the Renaissance Hotel on Race Course Road, for an extravagant Sunday brunch at Lush, the hotel’s all-day restaurant. Here, you can indulge in dishes from across the world and go on a culinary journey while you unwind over your favourite wines or cocktails. Prices start at Rs 1850.
Melange, Radisson Blu
Take the Outer Ring Road to arrive at the Radisson Blu in Marathahalli. Here, the hotel’s all-day restaurant, Melange, serves up a lavish Sunday brunch spread that attracts corporate customers and families alike. While the brunch offerings are from around the globe, there are cocktails and mocktails that will keep customers in high spirits. What’s more, you can try your hand at a round of Bingo as well. Prices start at Rs 1399.
Ministry of Food, Hilton Embassy Golf Links
Tucked away inside the Embssy Golf Links business park is the Hilton, a popular hotel for business travellers. The hotel’s all-day restaurant Ministry of Food pulls out all the stops for its Sunday brunch – with offerings ranging from chaat, to dosa counters, regional favourites and an international selection. A tempting array of desserts, including sweets made especially for kids, is another attraction here. Prices start at Rs 1850.
Foxtrot, with outlets in Marathahalli and Koramangala, is a hip space with quirky interiors that are a talking point. Head here for their Sunday brunches which packed with good food, super drinks and music that will put you in a swinging mood. The food comes with interesting twists to familiar favourites. Prices start at Rs 699 for the vegetarian option, without alcohol.
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