Best Sunday Brunch In Bangalore

#1 Aug 4th, 2006, 17:53
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Have pretty much over done the Leela Palace. Where would you suggest going for a really nice sunday brunch without too many children running everywhere? Looking for somewhere for this Sunday so will appreciate any quick replies.
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The Windsor Manor used to do a really nice poolside Sunday Brunch. Not sure if its still on but you can call and find out.
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Smile

Pinxx may be a good place to go.. it's in the Manipal centre.(Dickenson Road).

have a nice brunch..!!!
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The Grand Ashok

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Taj West End without a second thought, beats all others including Leela hands down. Simply gorgeous food and you can sit outside in the manicured gardens or inside in the air con comfy restaurant. Sure there are kids but there is anywhere you go.

Tried the Ashok a few weeks back, bloody awful!

Malc
PS: Oh and as already said, Windsor Manor is also excellent as is Taj Residency and I'm told Olive Beach is good but not tried it for Sunday brunch yet!
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Just curious - how much do these brunches cost?
miles to go....

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Originally Posted by Bigzero Just curious - how much do these brunches cost?
Usually around 1000 to 1200rs per head and this usually includes all the food you can eat, all the champagne, cocktails and beer you can drink in a 4 hour time frame. Quite a lot really!
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Thanks malc.

Hope Nick isn't nearby. After The 300 Rs Pizza, now this

I am sure it will be worth it going by your description though.
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ebony at the barton center has brunch too....also u get a grt view of the city...best for those overcast days whn u can sit outside n chill with grt continental brunch!
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Ah the lovely ebony, served with all the city's dust fume and noise but a great camera shop.

went here regular in 2004 and was superb every time for food and service, both of these have dropped big style since then sadly!
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CASA DEL SOL at Residency road (Above Casa Picola)
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Olives - its an amazing place for sunday brunch. Arrive there by 11:30 ish and enjoy some great wine n food n music till 4. It got this Mediterranean look. I loved it.
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Olive brunch beats all by a mile...

for people who want something entirley new: try the Lido Brunch. Cheaper than the others but good stuff (as they are a new brunch they have lowered their price)
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What exactly is the price of Lido brunch.. and where is it located ??
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Rs. 1000 including taxes
and you can make use of the awesome swimming pool all afternoon

It's on Swami Vivekenanda Road (near trinity circle)

You can find location details and pictures on Indivibe

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