Restaurants in Dehli are waking up to the fact that no one likes to rise early on a Sunday morning.When you do wake up, why not try seeking out the satisfying indulgence of the increasingly popular brunch.
Brunch bestrides the standard hours of breakfast and lunch and should be served in large enough amounts to taking one through to the middle of the afternoon without a pang. We don’t ask for much. Just satisfying grub and value for money will do the trick!
Are you on a tighter budget or just spent too much letting your hair down on Saturday night? These places offer unmissable special deals and good prices.
So without further ado, below is listed some of the hottest spots to spoil oneself for under Rs 1000. No need to set the alarm clock for these tasty eats.
THE NEW TOWN CAFÉ IN PARK PLAZA in Park Plaza, Sector 55, Noida
An elegantly appointed eatery.
You will have to dress up a little for a sumptuous brunch buffet here, but it is SO worth it. The limpid ambience of the room compliments the comfortable chairs and stand out service.
Don’t be tempted to dive into the crystal swimming pool to make your head! Save your energy for wading through the mounds of delectable food displayed at the buffet. The Cafe’ opens its doors for all you hungry brunchers out there at 11.30 a.m.
Try this beauty of a place for the discounted price of Rs 499 pp. Get up and go!
T’POT CAFÉ Main Shivalik Road, Begumpur, Malviya Nagar
Open from 11 a.m. on Sundays – A friendly, vibey atmosphere in which to slowly wake up and eat.
When I visit for brunch here, it can’t help but brighten my day, surrounded by the primary coloured crockery and chartreuse coated walls. Even though this is a chain of restaurants, each one retains a unique spirit and flavour.
The signature must-try drink is the T’pot flask chai tea, served in a vat-sized glass. The vegetarian options on the menu that are consistently in demand are the lavishly topped pizzas. Cookies are a yummy favourite too.
A modest brunch comes in around Rs 160 pp price range, but at these prices, everyone can afford to splurge!
MOSAIC in Crown Plaza, Twin District Center, Sector 10, Rohini
The Live Egg Station here is alive with delicious toppings!
When indulging in a delightful Sunday brunch refuelling, remember that booking for this mega popular poolside treat is essential. What better way to wipe away a Saturday night bender than by shovelling in the mouthwatering delights available at the buffet in this family friendly establishment?
I come here for the drool-inducing North Indian and continental cuisine delights. The selection of food kick starts my appetite.
This destination Sunday buffet brunch restaurant is available to be tried with a special rate of Rs 999. And at that price, it is well worth the visit. The buffet is open from 12 noon and continues to pump out the nosh until 3 p.m.
THE DELHI PAVILION – SHERATON NEW DELHI HOTEL, District Center, Saket
Sooth away the hectic week by tucking into gorgeous grub.
I look no further when seeking out a place of note to have a Sunday brunch that pulls out all the stops and spoils me with more-ish nosh and helpful service. This is yet another dining establishment that is worth dressing up for a little. All the better to experience the stand out food on offer at the renowned Sunday brunch served here every weekend. The room is at once cosy yet elegant.
It’s time to suspend all diets and only dig in at the tempting buffet spread. The only thing that holds me back is that all the unusual choices sometimes leave me spoilt for choice.
I am happy to report that the restaurant is open 24 hours, so the food just keeps on coming.
I will make an exception for this glorious brunch feast and urge you to try it for an offer discount price of Rs 1299 pp. Go and spoil yourself!
THE DINE-ESTY IN THE TIMES SQUARE BUILDING, GURGAON – Times Square Building, B Block, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon.
A fun joint, with major hipster potential.
Forget about the groan-inducing name and focus on the groan-inducing copious amounts of Chinese food. It’s not just the food that is served in plentiful supply, regular top-ups of coffee are brought around by the courteous staff too.
I love the sharp furniture design and trendy crowd. There’s a slightly homespun feel in the food as if there’s a caring Momma in the kitchen wanting to feed me! This straight-to-the-point Chinese food gets the job done of starting the customer up for the day and putting a smile on their face.
Shovel down the dim sum for around Rs 886 pp which includes a glass of wine. This place is open from 11.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. on a Sunday.
Some of the prices listed here may not include tax in the quoted prices.
So what are you waiting for? Whether you stumbled into bed late or spent the night watching TV – the idea of a visit to a restaurant for a Sunday Brunch as desirable as the ones listed here, can only make you want the weekend to roll around that much harder. Go ahead and share your brunch adventures and any surprising discoveries on social media. Bring on the weekend!