I cannot begin to say how impresed I was! Brunch on Sunday started at midday and ended at four. We arrived at 11.59 and left at 16.01. Absolutely superb! Upon arrival we were greeted with an enormous display of king prawns, oysters, lobster and calamari! Can it get any better? Yes (in a kind of Obama-ish fashion), it can! And (unlike America) it did! We were presented with aisle upon aisle of food, including a grill station that cooked lobster to order! Have I died and gone to hell! (Everyone knows that lobster is too delicious for heaven!) Back to heaven, as they offer a full range of sashimi and sushi! (Can't wait for purgatory!) Oh god! Then there is a menu to order one's main course! French turbot, French monk fish, rib eye (thank God it is from Australia, otherwise I might develop an accent!), pheasant and guinea fowl (who cares where it is from!).
And did I mention the free flow of martinis - and by martinis, I mean anything made from a vodka base! Please excuse any typos cause it is a case of one martini, 2 martini, 3 martini, 4 flirtini, 5 ... please remove this old queen from the establishment! Oh, hang on! I am still here.. So let's continue eating....
On to the cheese room... yes, I said room! Pluck me a pheasant, they have a room for cheese! I may rent it out when my mother visits! She wouldn't notice the smell of strong cheese! Why would she! She's old! The cheeses were varied and smelly (that means good in cheeese lingo).
Cannot cannot cannot rave in higher terms. The food was sensational, the service matched the level of the food, and the manager was a delight!
Looking forward to next Sunday!