Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Dom Pérignon Champagne Brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

champagne brunch, Sunday hangover brunch, circus, pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Circus Interior and Spanish and Peruvian Chefs
champagne brunch, Sunday hangover brunch, circus, pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Moet & Chandon and Dom Perignon - the liquids attracting the crowds
Moet Chandon and Dom Perignon
Seafood
champagne brunch, Sunday hangover brunch, circus, pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Starters and Hot Dishes
Moet Chandon and Dom Perignon
Cheese Platter
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Cold Cuts
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Eggs Made to Order
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
The Buffet
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Risotto Station
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
The barmen won't let you go thirsty
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Somersby Apple Cider
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Bloody Mary
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Chocolate Cake
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Fruit Tart
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Tiramisu

Sunday Hangover Brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Bubbly brunches sure have become a fashionable way to spend, or end, a Sunday in Kuala Lumpur. With free flow champagne, sake, beer, cocktails, wine and Prosecco spilling around the city, the swirling stream of options makes it difficult to pick one from the cascade. Circus, though, in Pavilion, has been stirring up the competition and perhaps provided the zenith to the scene with the introduction of its Sunday Hangover Brunch inclusive of… (drum roll) free flow Dom Pérignon!

A drop of this luscious (I hear) liquid is yet to pass these lips, but for those with the means and the moolah, this vintage-only Champagne is thought to be the bee’s knees (or the grape’s vine?) Anyway, one bottle of this, for-the-privileged bubbles, is listed on most wine menus around KL for about RM900 per bottle. Given four hours of drinking time, I’m sure there are those out there who are more than capable of getting value for money at a free flow brunch.

Less costly packages come in the form of bottomless glasses of Moet & Chandon, cocktails or non-alcoholic beverages. As a sideline, an international buffet borders the bar so that you might pretend you’re there for lunch, rather than imbibement alone. Highlights include fresh quality seafood, a live risotto station, flavourful tender roast and a plated selection of desserts from the glass display.

Besides the free flow bubbles giving individual sparkle to Circus’ Sunday Hangover Brunch, the ambience too is in a class of its own. An urban edge is slathered across the walls, tabletops and ceiling in the form of paintings combining street art and graffiti. A resident DJ spins non-commercial chill music and handsome bartenders blend, shake and stir classic and creative cocktails.

The international buffet with free flow soft drinks and juices is priced at RM88++. Free flow Moet & Chandon, selected cocktails and cider will set you back RM228++.  For the ultimate indulgence though, champagne rivers of Dom Pérignon and cocktails (but seriously who’s going to order a cocktail!), has the price tag of… take a deep breathe… RM868++. The buffet runs every Sunday from 12noon until 4pm.

Reason to visit: funky modern ambience, resident DJ playing strictly non-commercial chill music, urban artistic ambience
Champagne brunch, bubbly brunch, Sunday brunch, Circus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Bubbly Brunch, Circus

Circus
Lot C3.10.01b
Level 3
Fashion Avenue
Pavilion
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+6 03 2141 6151



16 comments:

  1. Yummmm!!!! That certainly was a lavish spread. The price certainly reflects it too...but hey, free flow of champagne - would be worth it! Unfortunately, I don't/can't drink....

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  2. that is nice.. I like champagne
    I just got a Moet for my CNY dinner.. yay yay..

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    1. Ooh, sounds like you're gearing up for a lovely CNY!

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  3. The Somersby, beer or especially Bloody Mary are the best anti-hangovers to start drinking again after a long party the night before :)

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    1. Somersby is a great refreshing drink and the Bloody Marys are large enough to last more than a few sips.

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  4. ooo, i'd do the free-flow moet & chandon! and have some risotto for carbs to soak up the liquor :D

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    1. Risotto had a touch of ginger which gave it an interesting Asian twist.

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  5. I love this brunch! its definately a great way to pamper ourselves and indulge in glorious champagne and the spread of the brunch is really quality stuff!!

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    1. I thought the quality of the food was great too :-)

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  6. Now Sundays are always better with champagne :) and that cheese looks divine too. Circus is certainly competing with the best of 'em!

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    1. I agree! Much better with champagne.

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  7. this is the second bubbly brunch I've missed, how sad.... T_T

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    1. Oh, where are your priorities? ;-)

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  8. That food looks like heaven! I'm so jealous I need a champagne brunch! X

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  9. ideal place to hang out on a Friday night! ;D

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