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BRUNCHBreakfast and Lunch
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We know how much people love our mimosas so we thought why not give a free mimosa with brunch, for guests who remember our fun codeword?
With its modern interior and funky soundtrack, the Brunch Club is the newest addition to the Duke Street food and drink scene, following in the footsteps of recently opened neighbours Filter and Fox.
With an army of 60 men - butchers, cleaners and chefs - handling 50 kgs of seafood, 40 kgs of chicken, 45 kgs of Wagyu beef, 50 kgs of fresh vegetables, to prepare a feast to feed up to 500 people, a brunch definitely demands meticulous teamwork in the kitchen.
What you get An afternoon of brunch fare and a lot of Easter merrymaking with a selection of international delicacies ranging from classic salads, hearty cold cuts and fois gras terrines to sushi and a hot main-course international buffet.
A live band provides jazz and swing music and after the brunch guests can have 'Swinging Sundowners' on the restaurant's terrace.
Barnardo's is encouraging people to host a Big Brunch event at their home, their favourite cafe or at their workplace and give people a chance to donate to the charity.
Fizzy Brunch costs BD30 net, the soft brunch costs BD20 and half price for children six to 12 years old.
While it's difficult to pace yourself with such delicious brunch options, be sure to save room for a chocolate dessert.
The rest of Kim's family donned their most formal looks with gowns made by no one but the brunch host, Valentino himself.
The Royale Brunch offers guests a bottle of Dom Perignon each and Beluga Caviar.
The Cheltenham Festival is sure to be one of the main talking points over brunch, as well the chances of the runners and riders at Warwick that afternoon.
Unruly' kids spoiling a brunch makes a nice change from a brunch being ruining by inebriated, dancing queen 'adults' who are either, swaying, dancing, shouting or being sick - sometimes all four - by 3pm.