Brunch, redefined: Indulgent new menu at Fairmont The Norfolk

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Nothing suits a weekend in Nairobi better than a long, lazy brunch. A consistent mild humid temperate climate with warm afternoons makes for a perfect backdrop to a sunny spread of savoury brunch classics, an indulgent raw bar, refreshing freshly-squeezed juice, delicate pastries and more.

Looking for a new culinary destination in the city to crank-up the weekend indulgence? Lord Delamare Terrace at Fairmont The Norfolk recently scaled-up their brunch offering that promises to be a more refined approach to weekend grazing.

While most of Nairobi’s city hotels are offering more elaborate brunches, Lord Delamare Terrace’s approach takes a more theatrical flair with several live cooking stations.

Poached and seasoned to your liking are the New Zealand mussels and Ugari Surf Clams. The Norfolk’s famous Caesar Salad will be made from scratch with anchovies, matured Parmesan Cheese and crunchy Garlic Croutons. Aromatic Prosciutto Ham sliced in front of you at the charcuterie station. A succulent Roasted Leg of Lamb carved to your preference with Caramelized Onions and Mint Sauce. Finally, dip pillows of marshmallows, fresh pineapples, sweet melons, strawberries and watermelon into a flowing Chocolate Fondue.

In between, satiate your appetite with brunch classics such as Egg Florentine on an English Muffin with Hollandaise Sauce, Grilled Lamb Sausages, Oven-baked Red Snapper, Chili and Lemon Roasted Free-Range Chicken, Dry-aged Beef Medallions, Ricotta and Spinach Cannelloni, and much more.

Lord Delamere Terrace Brunch is on Sundays for KSH 3,800 with complimentary valet parking. Children below 5 years of age dine for free.it, Fairmont The Norfolk, Harry Thuku Rd, CBD, Nairobi, Kenya http://www.fairmont.com/norfolk-hotel-nairobi/dining/brunch/

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SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

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