Where to go for Christmas Lunch 2020
If hosting isn’t your thing, here is where to spend December 25th
It’s a case of good old classics over at Pan Pacific this Christmas as their Christmas lunch and dinner features the likes of roasted turkey with caramalised apples and glazed gammon with pineapple chutney, followed by Christmas pudding with brandy sauce or chocolate yule log. Can’t wait until Christmas Day? Not to worry, the feasting starts on Christmas Eve.
While we can’t get away at the moment, the nearest thing we have to escaping the city is a trip to the always serene, Capella hotel and this Christmas, The Knolls are putting on quite the spread. Starting on Christmas Eve and with two settings for Christmas Day, you can feast yourself merry on the likes of Alaskan king crab, smoked salmon and the traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings. More of a fan of the sweet treats? Then head on over to the ballroom after your lunch where there is a Candy Wonderland by Culinary Chef David Senia with a range of puddings including Christmas cookies and panna cotta as well as a magic show and gingerbread display.
Leave it to the St Regis to do a Christmas feast with a difference. Over at Brasserie Les Saveurs, you can pair your French oysters, salmon sashimi and grilled Boston lobster with vintage champagne. After something more traditional? Not to worry, wash roast turkey with hazelnut stuffing or Beef Wellington down with some fine wines. Puddings come in the form of a yule log, Christmas cake, cheeses or strawberry and almond gateaux.
They call the Christmas Day lunch the Mega Safe Brunch and there’s good reason for that: it’s pretty darn mega. First up, there’s the option of either free-flow brut or rose champagne to choose from before you move onto the food. If you fancy something less traditional, the pan seared Barramundi with champagne sauce is sure to hit the spot but don’t worry, they have all the traditional treats too like sage butter roast turkey or spiced ham. Onto pudding and there’s gingerbread spiced trifle, or Christmas Cognac fruit pudding. Yes, please.
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