Mad Hatter's Champagne Brunch | Ananas Bar & Brasserie, The Rocks

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

"Curiouser and curiouser" ~Alice

Last Sunday we tumbled down the rabbit hole into a magical world of delectable delights at Ananas' Mad Hatter's champagne brunch. The French inspired roaming buffet meant that you could eat whatever you liked and as much as you pleased. The edible garden was the epic centre piece showcasing the talents of inhouse Chefs - Neil Martin, Yves Sherrer and Neil Fooding.
Yves Sherrer - Executive Pastry Chef
Around every corner, up high, down low, the food discovery was exciting. There was a seafood station (all you can eat oysters!), housemade charcuterie and cheeses, pastries and a pasta station where pasta was cooked to your liking. The hot foods included roast pork with apple jus, roast lamb, crispy prawn cutlets, pumpkin and ginger soup, crispy bacon and herb field mushrooms. The edible garden was the highlight, full of sweet surprises - chocolate ganache carrots, passionfruit flavoured chocolate teacups, little tomatoes filled with some sort of liquor and chocolate cookie soil to name a few.
What's a brunch without some Moet or a breakfast cocktail? Also available was juice, coffee and tea
Food stations were scattered around with delicious french inspired creations
The edible garden ♥ Full of surprises, not everything was what it seemed!
The experience was one of a kind. I don't know anyone that would complain about all this amazing food and the choice of Moet to washed it all down. Besides the food coma, sugar high and maybe a sore head, this does come at a cost of $69 per person and an extra $50 for 2 hours of unlimited Moet.

Thinking about going? Ananas hosts these themed champagne brunches once a month and it's not just for the ladies, I did see men there too. See Ananas photos from the event here.

Ananas Bar & Brasserie - 18 Argyle St, The Rocks

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