Opulence is what greets your arrival at the much-awaited debut the brand, The St. Regis in Dubai. The newly launched marble magnificence stays true to the legacy of the Astor family from New York’s gilded era, a touch of upper-side New York in Dubai I’d say.
Brunch at the The St. Regis Dubai signature restaurant, Brasserie Quartier fronted by Stephane Buchholzer and the restaurant’s chef de cuisine, Sofiane Kaced, caters subtle French nuances that beckon your stay, as the live three-piece band sets up the ambiance with a blend of modernistic and smooth vibes, vital for most brunches.
Why brunch at Brasserie Quartier? Picture French classics with a modern twist but fret not, as French classics remain prominent and executed with perfection.
Escargot dominates the brunch, side with fresh seafood complimented with bubbly (if you opt for the beverage package) with three side counters constitute ranges of cheese (classics, well-known and French)…,
…fresh seafood counter with an oyster bar chucked as per order, pan fried (made-to-order) melt-in your mouth foie gras accompanied with pâté & aged dry meat cut counters.
Mains remain hearty, with t-bone juicy steaks cut table side served with choice of side and classic sauces as well as rotisserie chicken with roasted vegetables.
Clear your palate with sorbet served plain or with a touch of vodka or champagne, for that added experience and walk over to the patisserie, as desserts greet your arrival with fresh baked visually stimulating pastries, chocolate fountain pouring glistening dark, milk and white melted chocolate, in-house exquisite chocolates and ice-cream, along with Victorian and French inspired cakes, St Regis signature raspberry croissant filled with raspberry purée and more. A paradis for desserts lovers set in a classic French set-up.