at Hotel Mulia Senayan
With its offer of tantalising French and pan-Asian cuisines and stunning décor, it is easy to see why Orient8 at Hotel Mulia is one of the choice Sunday brunch places in the city. Visitors are welcomed into the restaurant through a charming corridor bedecked in stunning French colonial interiors illuminated by sparkling chandeliers. A chequered floor of polished marble leads visitors into the main dining floor of the restaurant. Light streams into the restaurant through an expansive lattice of tempered glass windows taking up one side of the dining area.
The restaurant’s Viennoiserie station is a popular choice amongst frequent diners. Rustic wholegrain breads, croissants and pastries are displayed in charming wooden trays, accompanied by gourmet cold cuts, imported cheeses, crackers and condiments. At the fresh Seafood Tower, guests can find fresh seasonal seafood such as blue tipped oysters, Han crab claws and artisan smoked salmon. Another favourite is the carving station, which features succulent Australian lamb and US black Angus prime rib. For guests looking for Asian food, a variety of soup noodles from Thailand and Vietnam and Thai curries are available. Aside from the food on the main buffet spread, diners can enjoy a rotating menu of pass-around food such as BBQ baby back ribs and pan-seared foie gras. As a sweet closer to a meal at Orient8, check out the desserts on display, which feature an endless variety of cakes, made-to-order crepes and waffles as well as homemade ice-cream.
- Viennoiserie Station
- House-made Ice Cream
- Fresh Air-flown Seafood