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1/11/2011

Sunday lunches are back at top end hotels

The top end hotels have reintroduced their popular Sunday lunches; most are price tagged in the €30 region, and all are buffets.

The Terrace Restaurant at the Westin Dragonara offers a wider selection than ever before, with executive chef James Mifsud and his culinary brigade preparing the “finest fare from all continents”.

At the Terrace there is a live cooking station featuring sushi and oriental dishes prepared by Japanese chefs. The traditional Sunday roast (left) is also available from the carvery, main courses range from fish to meat cuts, complemented with vegetables and potatoes as well as theme a corner ranging from tapas to Mediterranean.

Sunday lunch at the Westin costs €30.95 per person, including half a bottle of wine, and accompanied children pay half price. Free parking is also offered.

The Westin’s neighbour, the Hilton Malta, has more than “100 different items to choose from” at its Sunday lunches served at its Oceana restaurant. The price tag the Hilton is €33 per person and €16.50 per child. Parking is also free.

Closer to Valletta, the Grand Hotel Excelsior’s Spice Island restaurant is the venue for this five star property’s lavish Sunday buffet that retails at €33 per person. Children aged between six and 11 pay half price.

The hotel’s chefs “use a harmonious collection of fresh, wholesome ingredients to nourish the senses.

“A medley of colours, tastes, textures and flavours are blended together to produce luscious dishes from all corners of the globe. Complemented by stunning harbour views to complete the whole experience, we are sure you will find there is no better end to your week.

At the other end of the island, meantime, the Radisson Blu Golden Sands, offers a Sunday buffet at its Flavours restaurant at €31 per adult, inclusive of a half bottle of wine, and at €10 for children aged between six and 12.

Source:  Island Travel Trader Online







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