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Living on the egg

This Easter, pick from a variety of brunches and specially created menus as city eateries vie to win your attention with traditional dishes, chocolate eggs and much more.

art and culture Updated: Mar 29, 2013 17:13 IST
Arundhati Chatterjee
Arundhati Chatterjee
Hindustan Times

This Easter, pick from a variety of brunches and specially created menus as city eateries vie to win your attention with traditional dishes, chocolate eggs and much more

What: Enjoy Smoked Salmon with Tangerine Vinaigrette, Grilled Prawns with Wasabi, Eggs Benedict and more at this brunch. The meal with unlimited alcohol costs Rs 2,800 and the option without alcohol costs Rs 2,000, between 11.30 am and 4 pm.
Where: The Pier, behind Radio Club, Colaba
Call: 6066 0036

What: Pick from a special Easter a-la-carte menu that includes Zuppa De Fungi (soup made with three mushrooms), Grilled Polenta com Tartuffe Nero (pan-fried truffle flavoured Polenta) and more.
Where: Serafina, Palladium, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel
Call: 4023 7711

What: Feast on soups, salads, main course and desserts for a steal deal meal priced at Rs 599 only.
Where: Manchester United Café Bar, Palladium, Lower Parel.
Call: 4360 1111.

What: From Black Forest Ham to Smoked Yellow Fin Tuna, or Baked Carrot and Bean Casserole to hand-crafted pasta and dim sums. The non-alcoholic brunch is priced at Rs 2,300 and alcoholic variety is for Rs 2,850 among others; on offer between 12.30 pm and 4 pm.
Where: Lotus Café, JW Marriott, Juhu.
Call: 6693 3344.

What: For R1,500, choose from a special Easter menu that comprises Roast Chicken, Sautéed Lobster, Grilled Polenta and Espinacas Gratinadas and the likes.
Where: Vinoteca By Sula, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli.
Call: 4004 6234

What: With freshly baked delicacies and more on offer, there’s enough to enjoy at this brunch. Priced at Rs 2,000 for food and select alcoholic beverages and R1,500 for food only. Visit between 12 pm and 4 pm.
Where: Otto Infinito, BKC,
Bandra east
Call: 2656 7777

What: Made using only natural ingredients, this Easter brunch is priced at Rs 1,650 for those who want the alcoholic variation; Rs 1,350 for the non-alcoholic option and Rs 900 for kids below 12 years. Prices exclusive of taxes.
Where: Le Pain Quotidien, Colaba.
Call: 90229 74798

What: Braised Australian Lamb Chops, Wild Mushrooms Lasagna and Pan-Seared Hand-Dived Scallops — these are just some of the dishes on offer at this brunch. The non-alcoholic option costs Rs 2,750; the alcoholic variety costs Rs 3,750 (excluding taxes).
Where: Taj Lands End, Bandstand, Bandra (W)
Call: 6668 1234

What: Try traditional Easter dishes like Baked Ham, Easter Pies, Salmon Wellington and Cajun Roast Potatoes. This non-alcoholic brunch is priced at Rs 2,250 and the alcoholic variety costs Rs 2,500.
Where: Earthplate, Hotel Sahara Star, opposite the domestic
airport, Vile Parle east.
Call: 98333 50585

What: A special menu that includes Mango and Vanilla soup among other unique items, and end your meal with homemade ice-creams.
Where: Indigo Deli at Colaba, Bandra, Andheri and Ghatkopar
Call: 2498 6262

Dessert Special

What: Gorge on the limited-edition Coffee Star Anise Chocolate Bunnies and Passion Fruit Easter eggs this Easter.
Where: Yauatcha, Raheja Tower, BKC, Bandra east
Contact: 2644 8888

What: Go home with a complimentary chocolate Easter egg basket after enjoying delicacies like the Polpette Al Sugo and Lasagna Napoletana between 12 pm and 3 pm.
Where: Pizza Metro Pizza, Dr B R Ambedkar Road, Bandra.
Contact: 6599 3333

What: Keep the young ones busy while you sit by the sea side, with the Easter Egg Hunt for kids between the age of seven and 15, from 12 pm onwards.
Where: Hotel Sun N Sand, Juhu, Vile Parle (W).
Contact: 2620 2170

What: Buy some Chocolate Easter Eggs with Candies, Easter Egg Treats, Chocolate Bunny, Hot Cross Buns and more, all priced between Rs 250 and Rs 500.
Where: Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai
Contact: 6692 7567.

First Published: Mar 29, 2013 12:10 IST