“Super heroes” Themed brunch! Well it took only seconds for the theme to sink in 🙂
Being grown up have nothing to do with liking superheroes but my mother never ever will agree!
Anyway, Paprika in Courtyard Marriot hosts themed brunches and this month it was the “Super Heroes” theme. Their desserts, their waiting staff, the paper mats, and decorations revolved around the theme 🙂
The brunch at Paprika is designed in a way that it looks like a mini food walk inside the restaurant.
It started with the very healthy Salads stand, Pasta push kart, our very own Indian Chaat kart, Sandwich kart and a Sushi stand. This is followed by the main course station which has the soup, live barbeque station, a variety of curries for both the Vegetarians and Non-Vegetarians, Biryani and off course the Curd rice to finish it off with. They also had a south Indian station for making Dosai with chutney & sambar and Appam with chicken stew. And in the middle of all this is their Bar.
Well where do I start eating? One has to carefully strategize and make the best utilization of the available space 😉
Sushi was one dish we wanted to give a try and asked for an assorted plate of sushi with crab stick, chicken and fish. It was my first experience with Sushi and I am still getting used to the taste of mashed rice and the meat inside with no spices!
Up next was brown bread omelette cheese sandwich served with potato fries. This very basic sandwich was wonderful; their brown bread has coco powder to enhance the taste of the bread.
Meanwhile, a mini version of the push kart with cocktail shorts was served and each shot is inspired by a superhero. They had an assortment of vodka, whiskey and rum. Sadly driving responsibilities kept me away from them.
From the pasta cart section we had the choice of making our own pasta choosing the sauce and vegetables. We choose Alfredo pasta, white sauce, corn, peppers and cheese. The Pasta was tough but the vegetables and sauce was good.
I skipped the soup and directly dived to the main course, the choice will simply spoil you. I tried their fish in oyster sauce which was my favourite curry of all. Other than that, I tried their biryani, mutton keema dosai and appam with chicken stew.
The desserts was something I eagerly waited for 😀
They had cake, macrons and ice cream. A special rabadi cheesecake was served. Their chocolate mud cake was my favourite and an absolute comfort food. The Cheesecake had the right amount of sweetness not leaving us high on sugar.
Their brunch costs INR 1,699 for adults and kids under age 12 are not charged for.