[invite] Bianca: It’s that time of year, Michael Buble & Mariah Carey are on high rotation, work Christmas parties are in full swing and it’s perfectly acceptable to dedicate a WHOLE Sunday to a seafood feast.
The Sheraton Grand sits in some pretty prime real estate opposite Park Hyatt in the city centre. We visited for their new Grand Sunday Brunch.
The Grand Sunday brunch will set you back $195 pp and begins with a Bloody Mary or Aperol Spritz in The Conservatory Bar at 11:30am. You will be welcomed by a well-stocked grazing station filled with oysters, charcuterie, cheese, crackers and much more.
After indulging in a few glasses of champagne and Aperols we made our way into FEAST at 12:30pm to kick off the seafood feast.
Here you will be welcomed by stunning Sushi and Salmon & tuna sashimi.
Tiger Prawns and Lobster and despite working at the Sydney Fish Markets I still heartily dug into the abundant seafood.
Pippies and Mussels.
Moving along to the charcuterie, dips and crackers.
The Cheese is always a winner in my books.
And on to the hot food section, where you’ll find whole fish, roast chicken, lamb and salads.
And for those that can’t decide on breakfast or lunch… eggs, hash browns, bacon & sausages.
Do save room for dessert. Here you’ll find ice-cream.
An incredibly cute Bush de Noel.
Matcha mini cakes.
And a #FIRE Caramel slice, it was probably one of my favourite things from the dessert section!
If you love seafood, you’ll be well taken care of at the Grand Sunday Brunch, I’m horrible at buffets… going straight for the bread & butter but for those that can ‘buffet well’ you will have a field day.
*For Food’s Sake dined as guests of the Sheraton Grand Sydney.
Hehe is it bad that I can do a long Sunday brunch any time of hte year? I can never get enough value for money at buffets Sigh…