BUDAPEST, HUNGARY -- (Marketwire) -- 08/20/12 -- Sunday is traditionally a day of rest, the last day (in most parts of the world) to relax before heading back to work. To ensure you make the most of your weekend, the Budapest Marriott Hotel offers a lavish Sunday brunch in Budapest at its Peppers! restaurant.
Sunday brunch at this restaurant in Budapest is award-winning and features a new menu every week. Dishes, prepared in the open kitchen, are fresh and healthy, leaning toward locally grown specialties such as Greyhorn beef, Mangalica pork, Racka lamb and Lecho. Past menus have included buffet items such as 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 brunch items such as omelets get a twist with goose liver or salami filling, and kids will be happy with specially created items such as chicken fingers and mini hamburgers. Wine and champagne round out the meal, and a lavish dessert buffet, created by master pastry chef Tibor Jeszenkovits, ends things on a sweet note.
Sunday brunch at this hotel in the Budapest city center is offered every week from 12 to 3pm for HUF 8400 per person, all you can eat. Peppers! offers breathtaking views of the Danube River and Buda Castle, a dedicated kids corner and a summer terrace with direct access to the Danube Corso.
In addition to Peppers!, this Budapest hotel offers two other dining options. At AQVA Lounge Bar, you'll find chill vibes, lounge music, cocktails, espresso, tapas dishes and an array of mineral waters from around the globe. Those who have a sweet tooth shouldn't miss the Lobby Lounge's daily cake buffet, open from noon to 10pm. Relax after a long day at work or sightseeing, or treat yourself to a little dessert before bedtime.
About the Budapest Marriott Hotel
Experience the best of this charming city when you stay at the Budapest Marriott Hotel, putting you just steps from world-class shopping on Fashion Street and major attractions including Buda Castle, Budapest Parliament and Chain Bridge. Accommodations at this city center hotel feature stunning views of the Danube River, king or double configurations, a work space, an LCD TV and luxurious bath amenities. Suites offer separate living and sleeping areas and upgraded amenities. With more than 18,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a multilingual staff, creative catering and event experts, this Budapest hotel is perfect for corporate and celebratory events. Whether you're here for work, play or a special occasion, you'll find all the amenities you need -- and more -- at this Budapest hotel. Relax at the pool, whirlpool and sauna, or get your heart pumping at the fitness center or Sport Court®. Once you've worked up an appetite, there is an array of in-house dining options to choose from. Enjoy cocktails, espresso, small plates and a chilled ambience at AQVA Lounge Bar, or indulge in the Lobby Lounge's daily cake buffet from noon to 10pm. If you want a taste of regional cuisine in a contemporary urban setting, head to Peppers! Mediterranean Grill.
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