As if we didn’t already have enough reasons to love brunching at N’Joy. Whether it’s their countless stations of food from all around the world, their weekly specials, their free-flow drink packages, or their attentive service. We’ve never left N’Joy unsatisfied.
From the hotel that’s known to out-do themselves with dining campaigns, they’ve got a meaty treat in store for foodies on November 12 – just for a single Sunday.
Michelin-starred guest chef Xavier Isabel will be helming a bespoke Nuo Sunday brunch (¥428*) takeover bringing with him a taste of Southern France and presenting the finest Bayonne ham, imported oysters, and foie gras in a range of delectable dishes.
Chef Isabal will be presenting some of his region’s finest ingredients at this exclusive Sunday brunch in N’Joy, including the famous Bayonne ham which derives from “Cochon du Sud Ouest” (pigs from the southwest of France) and made with 100-percent natural Salies-de-Bearn salt taken from natural mountain springs in the region.
Along with Chef Isabel’s delicacies, N’Joy will be presenting its own master class of gourmet global tastes that redefine the hotel buffet concept. From fresh imported lobster and scampi on ice, live-cooked New Zealand mussels en cocotte, freshly-shucked Fine de Claire oysters, pan-seared Louie foie gras, fine European cheeses, and superior oscietra, the ‘King of Caviars’. Not to mention a whole fresh tuna on the sashimi station every Sunday, and unlimited pours of four kinds of premium champagne. N’Joy still holds a special place in our hearts (and stomachs) for having the tastiest brunch buffet in town.
Sundays brunch usually fills up pretty quickly. If you’re not a fan of waiting for a table, be sure to book you and your friends a seat for Chef Xaviar Isabal’s brunch takeover in advance.
*subject to service charge and VAT
Nov 12 from 11:30 – 2:30pm
1/F, Nuo Hotel Beijing, 2A Jiangtai Lu
Tel: 5926-8888 ext. 8281
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