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Sunday Bubbles & Brunch at Ash & Elm, Intercontinental @Singapore


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Ash & Elm at InterContinental Singapore introduces a new Sunday Brunch menu – an indulgent and hearty spread catered for the convivial weekend get-togethers with friends or family. A sumptuous buffet that spans across all three culinary theatres of the European themed restaurant, the menu offers tantalising feast of brunch classics, premium seafood, fresh bakes and sweets.

Designed to showcase the vibrant flavours and variety at Ash & Elm, the Sunday Brunch is specially intended as a small plates in which guests can help themselves to unlimited orders of petite delights as they sip on fine wines, bubbles or fresh juices. Alongside a luscious host of mains fired from the Charcoal Grill, guests will also enjoy a buffet line of restaurant signatures with access to the Charcuterie & Cheese Room, Freshly baked flat breads from the Wood-Fired Oven, as well as a decadent array of sweets and pastries at the Dessert Buffet Counter.

A weekend affair primed for ultimate indulgence and pampering, the entire Ash & Elm space is decked with luscious offerings. Besides gaining walk-in-access to the Charcuterie & Cheese Room, diners can head over to the Seafood corner to delight themselves with the freshest seafood served on ice, including freshly-shucked oysters, lobsters, poached live prawns and Alaskan King Crab, or the Caviar Station for Lavish Scoops of Luxury.

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Not to be missed is the Egg Station that serves up quintessential egg staples such as Eggs Benedict and Eggs Cocotte. The Buffet line also offers an appetiser bar of self-served salads, chilled appetisers, selections of soups, and two freshly fired selection from the Carving station with specials such as the slow Baked Norwegian Salon Fillet.

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Diners will also have access to unlimited serves of Petite mains from a selection of universally appealing meats, seafood and pasta dishes ranging from the restaurant’s signature Chargrilled Iberico Pork Loin from the Charcoal Grill, to a Chicken Duxelle Roulade, Baked Cod Fish with Fennel Confit and Saffron Sauce, Confit Duck Leg with Mashed Potato and a Boston Lobster Risotto with Diced Asparagus, all prepared a la minute.

A charming display of sweet treats awaits at the dessert station. Diners can expect to finish on creations such as Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse with Hazelnut Feuilltine, Mixed Berries Cheese Cake, Baked Pistachio Cherry Crumble, Cherry Bread and Butter Pudding, Crispy Banana Strudel and a chocolate Fondue Fountain, just to name a few.

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Priced at $98, the menu is inclusive of free-flowing juices, soft drinks and D.I.Y. Bloody Mary cocktail. Those with a preference to ease over bubbles, wines or beers can go for $138 option for unlimited pours of Perrier Jouet Champagne, select wines and beers in addition to the juices and D.I.Y. Bloody Mary cocktails.

My take: It was a pleasant Sunday afternoon indulging myself with brunch classics at Ash & Elm. I particularly enjoyed the Lobster bisque and minestrone soup, the seafood platter especially the lobsters and oysters. The baked Cod Fish with Fennel Confit and Saffron sauce and Boston Lobster Risotto left a great impression on me. I say they are a must-try! I was also very impressed by the newly refurbished Ash & Elm, the skylight canopy that runs the length of the dining area providing a sense of movement. Check out my video to watch the spaces in Ash & Elm.

 

Dining Reservation: +65 6825 1008

Address: Level 1, International Singapore, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966

Brunch Hours: 12.00pm to 3.00pm

 

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