Chefs at Loews Royal Pacific Resort are creating a brunch that fits perfectly with what Sundays are meant to be: a time to relax, unwind, enjoy a good meal and spend time with family and friends. Sunday Brunch at the Wantilan launches March 11 and continues through June 24 in the outdoor Wantilan Pavilion.
“We set out to create a brunch experience that is laid back and fun, while featuring a delicious, chef-inspired selection on the buffet,” says General Manager Larry Beiderman. “People can come in their shorts, bring the kids and enjoy live music while they relax in our tropical paradise.”
The new Sunday brunch takes place in the hotel’s Polynesian-themed outdoor Wantilan pavilion, designed to reflect the natural beauty of the South Pacific and the graciousness of island hospitality. Featured buffet items include roasted Hawaiian honey-glazed ham, sesame-crusted salmon, spiced chicken breast, potato hash with eggs sunny side up, Tahitian French toast, Applewood smoked bacon, Portuguese sausage, salads, desserts, champagne or mimosas, plus a children’s buffet with kid-friendly favorites. Live entertainment traces the roots of Hawaiian music and dance, and encourages the audience to take part.
View the Sunday Brunch at the Wantilan menu below, or download the PDF file here: http://bit.ly/SBW12menu (PDF file).
Registration begins at noon, with brunch and live music from 12:30 – 2:00 pm. Reservations can be made by phone at 407-503-DINE (3463) or on-line at http://bit.ly/OTRWL.
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This sounds like a great idea, the menu looks awesome. I stayed at this resort, and as it was the more affordable resort there, we were very pleasantly surprised with how nice it was. I think with the addition of the brunch we will definitely be back!!!!
Prices at $50 for adults and $25 for kids plus tax and tip seems a bit outrageous for what i expect to be food of mediocre quality.
I guess they want to weed us mere mortals out!