Immerse in delectable treats and reconnect with the Kingdom’s cultural roots
RIYADH, KSA XXX February 2017 – Spring is almost here which means it’s the perfect weather to brunch. The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh is pleased to launch the longest brunch in the Kingdom at Al Orjouan, where family and friends can feast on the most delectable treats that are guaranteed to entice even the faintest of hearts.
Now taking place every Friday from 9am- 5pm, the brunch - prepared by a skilled culinary brigade helmed by the famous Chef Juraj Kalna - is an experience which elevates even the most mundane of weekends to a celebration of good food and great company. The restaurant has long been renowned for bringing together a lavish gastronomic experience coupled with a luxurious ambience and family-friendly amenities. This spring, it will be paired with a host of culturally-enriching activities, making Al Orjouan the perfect place to create some unforgettable memories.
Guests begin their Arabian brunch adventure with a traditional welcome drink - strongly brewed Arabic coffee and dates followed by a traditional hand wash ceremony can experience the fascinating art of Arabic calligraphy and watch how letters truly comes to life with this form of art.
Kids can enjoy their own little brunch with a dedicated kid buffet including an assortment of healthy & delicious choices for our little ones along with an array of fun-filled kids activities including a magic show, face painting, bowling and a kids-friendly movie screening. Not to forget, a candy bar, mascots and clowns to entertain the little ones all day long.
Al Orjouan also offers visitors a visual treat, with spectacular fountains, mature palms and immaculate manicured gardens that entertain you before you are met with impressive scale of the architecture of the building with an entrance fit for a king. The delectable assortment of culinary delights includes freshly baked goods and the finest selection of seafood cooked to the diners’ preference at the live cooking stations – grilled, steamed, fried or poached. Delightful desserts are also available to sweeten the palate, including lemon meringue tarts, pineapple caramel and a selection of fruits and sweets to accompany the ever-flowing chocolate fountain.
The brunch is available every Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 325 SAR per person, inclusive of juices and mocktails, and 145 SAR for children aged 6-12 years.