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Fox’ Bar & Restaurant Review: Sunday Brunch, Radisson Blu, 63-81 Calea Victoriei

On cold, wet, gray Sundays in Bucharest, when you haven't got the energy or the will to head for the ski slopes, what better way is there to spend a Sunday afternoon than having a very long, leisurely Sunday brunch. Many of the big Hotels in town offer this in a similar format, but having done the rounds I do always tend to gravitate back to the Radisson.

The offering includes a positive Smorgasbord of a well presented and tantalizing choice such as oysters delivered directly from the sea shore of Brittany in France, smoked salmon and prawns. There is also a wide range of hot food to choose from ranging from traditional roast meats to Indian curry.

The cheeseboard and an enormous array of deserts are guaranteed to ruin any post Christmas diet! One should try the Crepe Suzette.

The menu is a fixed price at 190 Ron which includes wine, soft drinks, and teas and coffees to finish. The choice of wine is a sparking Rose, a Red and a White. All are very palatable and seem to flow endlessly as the attentive staff never neglect their duties.

The Brunch runs from 12.30pm until 4pm, so you can relax and gently graze, chatting with friends over a long period whilst listening to the 3-piece band playing live music on the small stage. This is a very comfortable and enjoyable way to spend a Sunday!

By Richard Fox, fox@citycompass.ro

The original review was published on the City Compass website and included in its twice-monthly newsletter.

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Fox’ Bar & Restaurant Review: Sunday Brunch, Radisson Blu, 63-81 Calea Victoriei

On cold, wet, gray Sundays in Bucharest, when you haven't got the energy or the will to head for the ski slopes, what better way is there to spend a Sunday afternoon than having a very long, leisurely Sunday brunch. Many of the big Hotels in town offer this in a similar format, but having done the rounds I do always tend to gravitate back to the Radisson.

The offering includes a positive Smorgasbord of a well presented and tantalizing choice such as oysters delivered directly from the sea shore of Brittany in France, smoked salmon and prawns. There is also a wide range of hot food to choose from ranging from traditional roast meats to Indian curry.

The cheeseboard and an enormous array of deserts are guaranteed to ruin any post Christmas diet! One should try the Crepe Suzette.

The menu is a fixed price at 190 Ron which includes wine, soft drinks, and teas and coffees to finish. The choice of wine is a sparking Rose, a Red and a White. All are very palatable and seem to flow endlessly as the attentive staff never neglect their duties.

The Brunch runs from 12.30pm until 4pm, so you can relax and gently graze, chatting with friends over a long period whilst listening to the 3-piece band playing live music on the small stage. This is a very comfortable and enjoyable way to spend a Sunday!

By Richard Fox, fox@citycompass.ro

The original review was published on the City Compass website and included in its twice-monthly newsletter.

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