Grand Hyatt has always been known for its pizzas. One of the first few places to begin woodfire pizzas. I have grown up and all my dad has spoken is how good their pizzas are. I have tasted them too.
But this time I headed to 55 EAST for their thanks giving sunday brunch. Its just a very nice feeling to go for a brunch where everyone is celebrating the feeling of grateful.
I entered in and was welcomed by the Moet Chandon collection everywhere at the bar.
Then as I walk towards my table, there is a huge dessert counter and hola yes I am gonna start describing it from the other side in reverse.
Being the strawberry season, there was strawberry cream, strawberry tarts. Not just that, also there is tons of chocolate. There is dark chocolate, there is hazelnut tart, there are other inspirations of flavours too. I really liked the aesthetics of the dish. There was usage of lot of delicate ingredients like little flowers, little beads,etc
And being the occasion of thanks giving there were cupcakes inspired from thankgiving and chocolates with thanksgiven written on it.
The place was buzzing with people and was jam packed. I found the service a bit miss out. I placed an order for mocktail twice but then had to go by myself and wait at the bar till my drink was served.
Coming to the food, I could spot turkey being the key critical part of the thanksgiving and whatever i heard from people was that it was perfectly cooked.
Coming up next, there was salad and sushi bar. And there was everything that you could think of like watermelon feta, exotic decorated sushis, corn.
In main course, they have limited options of starters. The only thing was cottage cheese and vegetable pattice. Then they had pasta, pizza, noodles. I liked the asian spread which was basically choosing your own curry, veggies and all.
Overall had a good time.