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Corinthia Hotel Budapest creates four themed Sunday brunches around March events

Corinthia Hotel Budapest creates four themed Sunday brunches around March events

The chefs at Corinthia Hotel Budapest have gone overboard with no less than four themed brunches during the month of March, each commemorating a major event.

The Brunch Fest kicks off on March 5 with a brunch to honor International Women’s Day, the following Sunday, March 12, is the National Brunch in honor of the 1848 War of Independence. On Sunday, March 19, it’s the turn of St. Patrick’s Day, while the last Sunday in the month turns into a celebration of Camelot and the exploits of Lancelot and Merlin.

The brunch launch follows hot on the heels of a brand-new food concept launched this month at the hotel’s Brasserie & Atrium restaurants, Farm to Table. It means top quality food made from outstanding ingredients, farmed within the borders of Hungary and favoring small producers. The results are flawless, seasonal ingredients, tastes beyond comparison and perfect gastronomic experiences.


These are the four themed brunch experiences for the month of March:

1. International Women’s Day Brunch, March 5: The Brasserie & Atrium is filled to the brim with flowers and the menu a healthy mix of salad and fish until dessert, which is indulgent chocolate dishes.

2. National Brunch, March 12: Delicious traditional Hungarian dishes bring to life one of the most important dates in the country’s history, including Ujhazi soup and Szekely cabbage. The true melodies of the era are a musical backdrop while the children learn how to make a special rosette known as a cockade, worn in a hat as part of a uniform.

3. St. Patrick’s Day, March 19: A brunch dedicated to the Irish nation, with copious quantities of the nation’s drink, Guinness as well as traditional Irish folk music playing while you eat.

4. Camelot Brunch, March 26: A time travel brunch set in the Middle Ages of Britain, the age of King Arthur and his sacred sword of Excalibur. Knights stand guard at your private round table as you imbibe English beers and enjoy the very best of traditional British cuisine.

First opened in 1896 as the Grand Hotel Royal, Corinthia Hotel Budapest remains one of the grandest hotels in the city. This impressive landmark, with an imposing Neo-classical façade and soaring six-storey glass atrium, was meticulously renovated in 2003, following its acquisition by Corinthia Hotels. It houses 439 luxurious rooms, including 31 suites and 26 apartments. Through its architecture and interior design, the hotel offers glimpses of a bygone age, and the building’s rich history seamlessly blends with state-of-the-art facilities and modern technology. The hotel’s original nineteenth-century Spa has been restored to reflect its former grandeur, while simultaneously offering ESPA’s cutting-edge treatments and technologies. Corinthia Budapest boasts the largest conference facilities of any of Hungary’s five star hotels. From authentic Far Eastern cuisine at the Rickshaw Restaurant, to traditional sweet Hungarian cakes and pastries, or a delicate selection of delicious Spanish tapas, every palate is catered for at the hotel’s four elegant eateries and two destination bars. Corinthia Budapest is a 21st-century grand hotel located in the heart of Budapest, created by experts with a passion for craftsmanship and an understanding of world-class service. Corinthia Budapest is an award-winning member of Corinthia Hotels’ collection of five-star hotels founded by the Pisani family of Malta.


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