On a lazy weekend afternoon, when you desire a change from the rushed and boring lunches that you usually eat during the week, step into the cool and relaxed atmosphere of Spices Restaurant at the Hilton hotel and unwind over a long buffet brunch. While overlooking the large pond of fish and swans, leisurely enjoy a vast array of foods that taste even better than they look.
One note of forewarning to those who are looking for a classic Continental breakfast of bacon and eggs: the “br” of the “brunch” is limited (consisting mainly of fruit, muesli, and pancakes), although the “unch” will make up for it.
On offer are choices of fresh fruit juice, delicate appetizers, salads and cheeses, soups, sushi and sashmini, fresh seafood platters, curries, roasts, stir-fries, and desserts. The bite-sized starters, served in Asian soup spoons, offer well-marinated and garnished choices of beef, chicken, tuna, and tofu with accompaniments such as goat cheese and grapes. The smoked salmon, salamis, and cheeses are of excellent quality, as are the assortment of sushi and sashimi, raw oysters, and steamed crab. The roasts are tender (usually imported from
The waiters are not discerning when it comes to filling water glasses and offering guests coffee and tea, but nevertheless pleasant and courteous.
The Spices weekend brunch attracts a faithful clientele, which attests to its consistency in quality. Its menu changes regularly, so call in to find out what will be served when you decide to spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon at the Hilton.
Bread and soup station
Assortment of picks from buffet