FAncy Hotel Buffet Brunches
I just went to the King Edward Sunday Buffet Brunch. It was fabulous. Has anyone been to any of Toronto's other Hotel Sunday Brunch Buffets? Which one is the best in your opinion?
I took my 83-year old mother-in-law there a few weeks ago and she loved it. The room is beautiful (make sure you're seated in the main room, and not the overflow space). The buffet itself is a standard, but very nice, fancy hotel buffet: an antipasti table, a salads table, a seafood table (including cocktail shrimp, crab claws, cold poached salmon and more), a hot entree table, a carving station (they had beef wellington and roast lamb when we were there), an omelette station, bread/pastry table, and a really wonderful dessert table. The desserts were, for me, the most pleasant surprise. The quality of the desserts we tried was excellent. Fantastic chocolate mousse, chocolate banana cake (my favourite), rice pudding and creme caramel. There were several more, but those are the ones we tried.
Went to the Old Mill in March with a group ..very disappointed. The room is looking
very old and worn. Buffet very disappointing...entrees were blah with not much selection.
Roast Beef tough and chewy. Scrambled eggs were just gross. Cold shrimp were small, the Mandarin has larger and tastier shrimp. Lobster, again, cold and spongy. All of us got lobster the first round but nobody got any more. I was very surprised. With tax and tip it was $43.75.
I enjoyed the desserts which were good quality and that was it. Wouldn't be back.
21 Old Mill Road, Toronto, ON M8X 1G5, CA
re: red dragon
Hi Red Dragon,
It is very elegant, but you don't have to overdress. I'd say the dress code is casual chic. I may be mistaken, but I think there might be free valet parking for brunch guests... call the hotel to confirm this. Otherwise, I guess just at a local parking lot or meter. Sunday mornings the meters are free until 1 p.m. Hope this helps