Homemade dim sums, baos and a lavish spread of Chinese delights at The Lantern
Bangalore, 23rdJuly, 2016 – Presenting an ‘all you can eat dim sum brunch’, and that too on a Saturday.
The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore launches the Big Fat Saturday Brunch, bringing to the city’s gourmands, a chance to relish a relaxed brunch on Saturday with unlimited baos and piping hot dimsums, unlimited chilled beer to chase them down with and the strains of live music filling up the lively surrounds of The Lantern.
The Big Fat Saturday Brunch, which has dimsums at the centrestage, much like a traditional yum cha meal where a variety of bite sized dishes keep filling up the table, add up to the Saturday bonhomie, best enjoyed with friends and family, with the luxury of time at hand. Guests are invited to savour classic delights such as fluffy mushroom baos, shemiji mushroom dumplings, sea bass dumplings and prawn and chicken siumai.
There is a choice of soups to select from and the for the main courses there is a choice from the classic Kung Pao Chicken with Cashew Nut, Stir Fried Prawns with Toban Chilly Sauce and varieties of fried rice and noodles to contribute to a wholesome and hearty Chinese Brunch. House specialties like Stir fry Tenderloin with Garlic Pepper sauce, Stir Fried Chinese Greens, haricots in chilli oil and homemade cheung fun are circulated throughout the meal, with unlimited beer contributing to a fun Saturday flavor.
A dessert buffet on one end does justice to the visual aspect at the Big Fat Saturday Brunch, which also satiates sweet cravings. A vibrant and delectable spread ranging from dainty red velvet cupcakes, passion fruit pannacottas, Macanese egg tarts to soft custard buns- a customary sweet ending to a yum cha meal, comprises the dessert buffet.
The Lantern, shaped literally like a glass lantern and spread over three levels is a contemporary Chinese restaurant where the melt-in-the-mouth dim sums have made a mark on the culinary map of the city. With a stylish contemporary feel to it, the place is perfect to stimulate global travelers looking to unwind over excellent Oriental cuisine and a warm, relaxed vibe. Bright porcelain vessels lining the walls, a state of the art wine collection, exotic textiles and deep woods all meld together under a mood lighting and create an atmosphere that sets the restaurant apart as a chic destination for global gourmands. Outdoors, the al fresco dining experience is accentuated by lush foliage and the gentle gurgle of flowing water.
The Big Fat Saturday Brunch, with a bountiful spread of Chinese delights, melodious strains of a crooner adding to the atmosphere and the warm company of friends can be quite the highlight of the weekends, especially Saturdays.