|By Marketwired .||
|March 31, 2014 05:39 PM EDT||
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/31/14 -- Sunday is traditionally a day of rest and the last day (in many parts of the world) to relax before heading back to work. To ensure the weekend ends on a high note, the Budapest Marriott Hotel is offering a lavish Sunday brunch in its Peppers! Mediterranean Grill restaurant.
Peppers! is the perfect setting for the award-winning Sunday brunch at this hotel in Budapest city centre and offers breathtaking views of the Danube River and Buda Castle, a dedicated kid's corner and a summer terrace with direct access to the Danube Corso.
Sunday brunch features a new menu each week, offering variety for locals and return guests, plus those who are in town for an extended stay. Dishes are prepared in the open kitchen and lean toward fresh and healthy options that highlight locally grown specialties such as Greyhorn beef, Mangalica pork, Racka lamb and Lecho. Past dishes have included roasted goose liver with garlic, grilled polenta with feta cheese, green pea puree soup with Gorgonzola toast and oven-roasted duck breast with raspberry ragout. Traditional morning favorites such as the omelet get a local twist with goose liver and salami filling, but there are still plenty of options for those who crave familiar fare, especially kids, that include chicken fingers and mini hamburgers. Wine and champagne are also served, and a lavish dessert buffet is a favorite with adults and children alike.
While Sunday brunch is a popular affair, the hotel offers two other Budapest dining options. At AQVA Lounge Bar, chill lounge music sets the scene for cocktails, espresso, tapas and an array of mineral waters from around the globe. If the brunch's dessert buffet wasn't enough to satisfy a sweet tooth, the Lobby Lounge hosts a daily cake buffet from noon to 10pm.
Sunday brunch at this hotel in the Budapest city centre is offered every week from 12 to 3pm. The cost for the lavish all-you-can-eat buffet is HUF 9500 per person.
About the Budapest Marriott Hotel
In a destination with beautiful sites at every corner, the riverfront Budapest Marriott Hotel offers a city centre location to easily explore it all. With a setting near major attractions including Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, Budapest Parliament and world-class shopping on Fashion Street, this hotel is popular with tourists yet also offers attractive amenities for business travellers, too. Its accommodations in Budapest offer stunning views of the Danube River, a dedicated work space, LCD TV, high-speed Internet access and in-room dining, while luxurious suites feature a separate living and sleeping area and upgraded amenities. Guests can enjoy a day of leisure at the pool, fitness centre and sauna, followed by a delicious meal in the hotel's various dining venues. Indulge in a daily cake buffet from noon to 10pm in the Lobby Lounge, sit down for a proper meal featuring regional cuisine at Peppers! Mediterranean Grill or unwind with cocktails, espresso and small plates at the AQVA Lounge Bar. Those looking for a convenient and elegant location for meetings and events can explore this hotel's more than 18,000 square feet of function space.
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Budapest Marriott Hotel
Apaczai Csere Janos u.4.
Budapest 1052 Hungary
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