Dish Out A Lavish Spread At Courtyard by Marriott’s Nickelodeon Brunch
When it comes to meals, Sunday brunches are clear winners. There is something super uplifting about a lavish spread on a lazy Sunday afternoon. And the ante goes up automatically when Courtyard by Marriott is at the helm of such Sunday brunches. To prove our observation cent percent correct, the 5-star is currently hosting a very special series of Sunday brunches in collaboration with Nickelodeon. Because why should adults have all the fun, right?
Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Gurugram has come up with a unique brunch concept wherein the guests are paid a visit and entertained by popular Nickelodeon characters like Motu & Patlu, Spongebob, Dora, and more.
Courtyard Marriott’s Downtown Kitchen & Bar gets decked up every Sunday on themes based on a particular show. Right from the food and drinks to the ambience and music is painted in shades on Nickelodeon with life-sized version of the cartoon characters setting the mood right for a playful and chilled out Sunday.
And while the kids feast on the extensive brunch and enjoy the activities under the professional care of well-trained hotel staff, parents too have a perfect opportunity to unwind with unique crafted cocktails, delectable food and soothing music adding to their relaxation. It’s a win-win relaxing Sunday for all!
The brunch offers a loaded feast complete with soups, salads, cold cuts, cheeses, pizzas, biryanis, carving stations, live counters, specials from across the globe, and a gorgeous dessert to top it all. And in addition to the continental menu, there are foods that the cartoon characters love as well. For example, we got to try some of Patlu’s favourite rasgullas, Motu’s modaks, a live counter rolling out Motu’s favorite samosas (yum!), and so on.
Adding to the fun element of the brunch is a special Kids’ Zone that prides itself with kiddie friendly food like mac and cheese, noodles, pasta, chicken fingers, and more that are low on spice and high on taste. Furthermore, there is also a special dessert section for the young ones that features some excellent picks like cup cakes and brownies.
Speaking on this occasion Anuj Soin, F&B Manager, Courtyard by Marriott Gurugram Downtown said, “We want to give the little ones this unique experience which will entertain them immensely along with their parents. The entire team and myself have studied each character in detail to incorporate their likes & dislikes in the Sunday Brunch making it even more authentic. We really hope all the kids and their parents have a wonderful time at our brunch.”
Venue: Downtown Kitchen & Bar, Courtyard by Marriott Gurugram Downtown, Plot no B, 27, Sector Road, Block B, Sushant Lok Phase I, Sector 27, Gurugram | +91 9717015950, +91 124 488 8444 / Ext 8245
Time: 12.30pm – 4pm
Date: 19th February to 12th March 2017 (Every Sunday)
Price: INR 1945++ (Mocktail Brunch per person); INR 2895++ (Cocktail Brunch per person); INR 1000++ (for kids 6-12 years of age); Kids below 5 years of age dine free
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