Sunday brunches are cool again. Sign up for the latest experience at Conrad Bengaluru and savour the finer things in life.
Bangalore was an easy, laidback city, popular for its benevolent weather, until a decade ago when it was crowned the IT capital of the country and later rechristened to Bengaluru. A technological revolution and brisk rejig later, the leafy avenues would make way for swanky flyovers and global powerhouses, yet the capital would continue to radiate its congenial charm, welcoming visitors to celebrate life in the slow lane. Since April 22, Conrad Bengaluru, in an ode to the old times, has begun offering a monthly Sunday brunch, inviting city high-flyers to take a pause and relish the pure indulgence of a leisurely weekend spread.
FOR THE LOVE OF WEEKENDS
Everyone has an ingredient that matches their soul. The Sunday brunch allows you to find yours from a rich collection of sourced components from across the world. From Norwegian salmon to Peruvian asparagus to edible flowers from Mysuru—the carefully chosen elements are moulded into soul-satisfying creations for a memorable experience. Walk past the amazing collection of vintage wines at Lobby Brew to arrive at the Caraway Kitchen, where an intricately laid out brunch spread awaits the guests. Coming straight out of the live kitchens, serving global cuisines from American to Mediterranean, are Chef Praveen Shetty’s signature dishes, such as braised lamb shoulder in Merlot wine and poached Alaskan crab with pommery mustard cream. While the home cured duck pastrami salad and rucola bursts are the star performers at the salad station, check out the summer-special, berry- and mango-based cocktails to beat the heat on a sultry Bengaluru afternoon. The best part? Mango-themed desserts! Charlotte mango et from age blanc, mango graham cake, financier de chocolate con crema ingles a de mango, pistachio mango berry slice, and mango litchi entrement—take your pick.
While you relish the food, allow a music band to set the mood just right with their renditions of classics. Are you a couple with kids? Fret not, for there will be a dedicated buffet and entertainment section with activities, such as face-painting,for the little ones.
- The Chef Special sushi platter at the hotel’s Pan-Asian restaurant, Mikusu, is worth a try.
- Karnataka or Bihar?Relish your favourite state’s cuisine at the Indian Durbar.
- Host a special evening for your partner at the poolside restaurant, Tiamo, and enjoy stunning views of the city skyline. If you’re a local, chances are Lobby Brew will soon become your go-to destination fora quick breakfast.