|Creamy Chicken Soup|
Laurent Perrier Champagne lavishly fills masquerade embellished glasses. A traveling mixologist shakes and stirs mocktails and cocktails on his mobile rollcart of liquor, turning classic drinks into a theatrical experience. The Black Margarita, quoted by hubby as, “the best Margarita I’ve ever had,” was a tad sweet for me but eagerly lapped up by my other half’s sugar biased tongue. Tea and coffee is included in the drinks package and water glasses are topped without delay. Be sure to make it clear to servers if you just want iced water or do indeed want Evian to avoid a surprise charge at the end (sparkling and mineral water are not included in the drinks package).
Around the buffet you might be happy to stroll, however table service seems just as accessible with an abundance of attendants paying heed to every need. From both the smorgasbord spread and the menu, of note since my last visit, is the introduction of a few items showing the influence of patrons requesting sustainable foods and an increased awareness of where food comes from. Free-range chicken and a sprinkling of organic options are encouraging ingredients to see.
Merry and satiated, we left the fanfare with pledges of sharing this joy again in the New Year with family and friends.
|Shook! Masquerade Brunch|
Reason to visit: the most theatrical Sunday brunch in the city
Jalan Bukit Bintang
+ 6 03 2782 3875