definitely be a bigger hit!
I like to go through a buffet, section by section and naturally tend gravitate towards the Asian section first. You will find a sushi and dimsum counter placed together with all the associated dipping sauces and accompaniments placed around. In sushi you have a choice of maki and nigiri sushi in salmon, prawn and mixed vegetable all of which were pleasant. Chicken and vegetable dimsums were the choice, though the dimsums did tend to crumble on the touch and have a thicker shell than is usual.
The Mediterranean Spread included a live shawarma rotisserie, some really good pita bread and all of the classic dips of tabbouleh, baba ghanoush, hummus among the accompaniments that go into your shawarma. I went back for seconds of the dips. The meat for the shawarma is sliced for you as you stand there, it is succulent and has a nice sear to it as well.
And though I didn't spend as much time as I wanted at it, the chaat counter was packed all through our time there. While we did have a round of pani puri at the table, things got even better when we did some pani puri shots with vodka all thanks to a dining partner at the table.
Very happy inclusions on the brunch menu are fresh oysters served complete with a slice of fresh lemon. You don't get to see that often. Also available is rabbit - grilled... another meat that often does not find its way to brunches. The German Spaetzle was an interesting addition as well. To the far end of the buffet is a lovely line up with all the trappings to make a great salad of your choice - from meats and seafood to veggies and a range of dressings, there is so much for you to choose from.
The Sunday brunch at My Place at Mövenpick Hotel and Spa begins at a great Rs 1500++ for a non-alcoholic brunch going up to Rs 2900++ for the champagne brunch. There are options in between as well. Good food, live music, a dedicated kids play area are the perfect ingredients in the recipe that makes a perfect Sunday Brunch with the family!