The specialty of this place is the Sunday champagne brunch. It's world buffet, and boy do you have to walk around if you want to sample all the food. It's so extensive that I could not sample everything. There's oyesters, there's steak, chops, sushi, sashimi, pasta, pizza, salads, Indian, Indonesian fare and some that I had definitely missed.
All this comes with an unlimited flow of champagne! I never understood why you would do champagne brunch on Sundays and not Saturdays (Sundays to recuperate), but other that that, no complaints on the champagne. While not the creme-de-la-creme, the champagne is high grade and tastes nice.
Food is consistently good 0 special mention to the oysters and the beef roast. The desserts trolleys are exhaustive as well.
It's always full (and gets a bit crowdy and noisy) do book early.
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