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6 Sunday Brunches To Wake Up To In Delhi

9 May , 2015  

The holy Sunday MUST be a perfectly relaxed day. We work right through the week so that we can sit back and relax on this day, in order to gather the energy to go work in the coming week. The alarm must not go off at 6AM, breakfast should be more than a bowl of cereal and lunch should definitely be fancier and more elaborate. The best way to do all that? Brunches of course! Breakfast that is lunch too so that you can enjoy your lazy Sunday snooze and have a hearty amount of fancy food as well – because, well, you are having two meals here. These places in Delhi with their impeccable brunches will make sure that your Sunday is well spent.
Olive Bar & Kitchen

Where: Mehrauli
Timings: 12pm – 4pm
Olive takes its Sunday brunches very seriously, and all for good reason. The brunches’ reputation precedes even the food. Even though the brunches are patronized by the well heeled, toting designer bags and all that jazz, the food does a great job in stealing all the limelight. Choose from a massive spread of pizzaspastas, soups and salads, all living up to Olive’s general high standards. They don’t allow a la carte during brunch hours.
Oh! Calcutta

Where: Nehru Place
Timings: 12.30pm – 3.30pm
This one’s for all the true Indian food lovers. Oh! Calcutta serves machh preparations, seafood options, and an exhaustive Bengali spread followed by the traditional sandesh, rasgullas, and cham cham. The ambience is demure, and more family friendly, so don’t expect a boozy brunch – even though there is alcohol available. They also allow ordering from the menu.
On The Waterfront, The Lodhi

Where: Lodhi Road
Timings: 12.30pm – 4pm
Enjoy a lavish Sunday Brunch set in a breathtaking establishment, which includes dishes such as kebabs, Dim Sums, Sushi, cold cuts, cheesessalads and Indian curries. There are international grills; an Indian chaat station and an Oriental stir fry station, a Biryani and a pasta station. For the sweet toothed there are fresh fruits and a dessert station. Relish this sumptuous and hearty meal and make the most of this day. Come on over with your friends and family and give your week the perfect end.
Hungry Monkey

Where: Safdarjung Enclave
Timings: 12pm – 4pm
The Hungry Monkey calls its brunch the Sunday Flying Brunch, featuring a delectable menu comprising over 10 starters, fresh baked breads, a flying buffet – just terminology, everything stays on ground – and topped off with a fine selection of desserts.What makes this brunch even better is the unlimited alcohol option.
Yum Yum Tree

Where: New Friends Colony
Timings: 12pm – 3.30pm
The Yum Yum Tree Sunday brunch serves up unlimited dim sums, sushi and signature starters, with the option of Chinese and Thai main courses. You might lose track though, given their divine apple martinis. Yum Yum Tree also offers an a la carte option.
Cherie One Qutub

Where: Mehrauli
Timings: 12pm – 4pm
Famous as the Capital’s French bistro,Cherie at the Qutab brings back its much-loved Sunday Brunch. From live grill counters to all-time favorite comfort foods, the brunch is an exotic amalgam of delicacies. The perfect blend of soups, salads, and a wide variety of wood fired pizzas, pastas along with wines and cocktails. The heritage look with a lot of greenery around makes it a perfect setting for a luxurious brunch.


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