If I wouldn’t had been to Sheraton Grand Hotel I would have never known what a stupendous thing I was missing. As a food blogger I constantly get asked which is my favorite place for Brunch. Until now I had a few fixed answers but after brunching at Feast I have been humming about this restaurant all the way.
White finished marble, a classy entrance with an outdoor deck which is all about the view. All this is witnessed while you fill your stomach and fulfill your hearts desire with some royal food fit for a queen. Thai food, Indian dishes and some Arabic and Middle Eastern dips are just a small way of Feast showing you the right way of brunching. Not a huge fan of eating different baked breads at a buffet but here the butterly, soft crisp breads are a delight to munch on.
As I sat down for my elaborate meal a pretty little tray was put in front of me with some Brioche and tantalising dips. Besides these don’t miss out on the seafood grills or the cheese section or for a matter of fact the various olives on display.
Once you feel you are done sampling the extensive menu move onto to the magical dessert counter. You will witness the countless desserts you want to have and how could I not mention the outstanding Chocolate Fountain which literally made me feel like a child again.
Service here is remarkable, each table is given utmost attention and care, this shows how much of customer satisfaction is important. And lastly the ambience it is not too loud infact you wouldn’t mind sitting here for a prelonged period of time sipping on cup of coffee after that dessert round.