This Four Seasons in Budapest is not to be missed, and the Sunday brunch is the best way to indulge on every level.
Just enough Hungarian and just enough French (and international indulgences) – and endless booze.
It’s a simple formula which makes this all you can eat Sunday brunch at Kollazs Brasserie and Bar a sensation in Budapest.
Brunch started as a huge trend amongst expatriates in Hong Kong some 20 years ago and has infiltrated many global destinations, Budapest being one of them.
The Four Seasons Gresham Palace is continually rated as Budapest’s best five-star hotel, and for good reason. It oozes designer luxury, class and elegance.
Located in what was London’s Gresham Life Assurance Society, it’s worth a look around the stately lobby before going into Kollazs Brasserie and Bar to spend a few hours indulging on some of Budapest’s best food.
It has striking blue and white mosaic floors, an arched glass roof, stained glass panels and spectacular modern chandelier feature.
The Kollazs Brasserie and Bar sits right at the front of the Four Seasons hotel. It has stunning views over the Chain Bridge, the castle district opposite and stunning surrounds.
The name Kollazs translates as collage in English (from Hungarian). This is meant to reflect the many global cuisines as well as methods within the dishes and recipes in the restaurant.
The interiors are art-nouveau, and 1920s inspired. This is because of the building’s history. The feel is masculine and club-like with mosaic tiled floors, blue leather booths, and brown and blue studded leather chairs.
Brunch staff at Kollazs Brasserie are on the ball, but not pushy or overbearing, and the food at Sunday brunch is extraordinary.
There is a salad buffet, entree buffet, meats buffet and desserts section – and the four separate buffet spreads are only part of it.
The brunch meat buffet includes chicken, duck, beef steaks, sausages, pork and more – it is huge.
Desserts at Sunday brunch include homemade chocolate lollipops, and small cakes and gateaux of every colour, style and shape imaginable.
There are a la carte choices throughout the brunch at Kollazs Brasserie and Bar as well, some with or without surcharges.
These include escargot, Hungarian chicken and more.
At brunch at Kollazs Brasserie and Bar, all booze is all included.
The wine and bubbles are local, and of a very high quality. You even get a barista made coffee thrown in.
What a fabulous Sunday experience, especially for families. But book for brunch at Kollazs Brasserie and Bar in advance.
The price for brunch is around $60 per head, all you can eat. What a steal. Click here to book now.