The all-time favourite Sunday brunch is back at The Imperial’s 1911 restaurant

There are gourmet dishes from across the world at The Imperial New Delhi’s Sunday brunch, curated by the uber-particular Chef Prem K Pogakula.
Classic european dishes at the imperial sunday brunch.
Classic European dishes at The Imperial Sunday brunch.

The famed Sunday brunch at The Imperial New Delhi’s 1911 Restaurant is back after the city’s restaurants were allowed to reopen, featuring a bouquet of global flavours. This is, after all, one of the most sought after weekend dining experiences in Delhi. As families start eating out again, the Imperial brunch is a great option, featuring classic international cuisines in a historic setting overlooking verdant gardens. This is what lazy Sunday afternoons should be made of — heartwarming conversations with loved ones over a delicious spread.

The sunday brunch at the imperial offers an array of cold cuts and desserts.
The Sunday brunch at The Imperial offers an array of cold cuts and desserts.

Vijay Wanchoo, Sr. Executive Vice President and GM, The Imperial New Delhi, says “ The Sunday Brunch at the 1911 restaurant is one of our most loved dining experiences in the hotel. It is also a step forward in reviving the family eating out culture, in a safe and secure environment. Putting people and safety first, our initiative is to bring back fond memories which our guests have loved over the years, while we create some new ones for them with our promise of food safety & hygiene under I Care. The  recent pandemic restrictions have been quite unfavourable for the food and travel industry, so I believe this weekend brunch will certainly charm our discerning diners.”

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The relaxed ambience of the sunday brunch; and (right) the delectable spread.
The relaxed ambience of the Sunday brunch; and (right) the delectable spread.

The succulent offerings at the all-time famous Sunday Brunch include individually done starters and salads in small dainty portions and specially crafted healthy delights. Chef Prem K Pogakula, Executive Chef at The Imperial New Delhi, elaborates further, “We also have home-cured and preserved cold meats, and home-smoked duck to complement the innovatively laid out spread. There are live hand-made pasta counters as well as sugar-free desserts, dainty French pastry including eclairs, mille-fieulle and more, to add to an elaborate feast.” Chef Prem brings a rare precision to the classical dishes The Imperial is known for.

Delicious kababs at the imperial sunday brunch.
Delicious kababs at The Imperial Sunday brunch.

The decadent buffet also features a selection of antipasti, Mediterranean mezze selection/shawarma, live Sunday roast carvery, live grills, barbecue (seasonal), international cheese selection, international breads including gluten-free options, an international selection of hot delicacies including French and Italian classics and finally a fine selection of hot Indian dishes from across India to ensure an sumptuous Sunday.

The shawarma station at the imperial brunch; and (right) the housemade burrata.
The shawarma station at The Imperial brunch; and (right) the housemade burrata.

1911 Restaurant, The Imperial New Delhi, every Sunday from 12pm-3pm; Price: Rs 3,499 all-inclusive per person without alcohol; Ph: 011-41116603/09

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