This week, Makan Kaki Violet Oon is back with a great place to recommend for a fun Sunday meal. Catalunya serves up a passionate brunch definitely worth experiencing, not just because of its location – spectacular views from a pod set in the waters of Marina Bay – but also because of its Spanish-style buffet, complete with music, dancing and lots of theatricality! Just like going to the theatre, it’s a snazzy meal & show served up in four acts. Brace your bellies, appease your appetite, this is an eating-entertaining marathon than runs almost 4 hours!
When you step in just after 12 noon, the lively atmosphere will get you – there’s a DJ spinning tunes and oh, the spread of food! From the buffet of starters, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the huge selection of breads, cheeses, salads, Spanish cured meats (Violet’s favourite!) and more, all found dotted around the restaurant at various food stations.
You’ll also find typically Spanish eggs and potatoes (tortillas) and made-to-order grilled sandwiches. But just when you think this is just an ordinary buffet brunch, wait for it…
The next Act begins at about 1.30pm with the waitstaff dancing in with impressive main courses, like the flaming salt-baked whole fish, veal shank, lamb thigh and their famous suckling pig with tender flesh and crispy, crackling skin.
With that party going on in your mouth, how can you resist the party going on outside? Some diners even get up to dance to the DJ’s beats, which of course, adds so much to the festive vibe of this place! So if you want a unique brunch full of Spanish flavours and a flair for the theatrical, Catalunya’s Sunday Brunch is a great experience. You’ve got to try it at least once – brings lots of friends, family and stay all the way till 4pm, for a really good time!
The Fullerton Pavillion
82 Collyer Quay
Brunch every Sunday, 12.30 – 4pm
$98++ per person, including juices, tea and coffee.
Add $48++ per person for unlimited Cava and cocktails.
Reservations: 6534 0886