Brunch with the Grand Dame


Suffolk House recently introduced its new Sunday Champagne Semi-Buffet Brunch, and Penang Monthly was fortunate enough to have a go at it. What we found was an exquisite fine dining experience that’s perfect for a gathering of friends and family.


Let's start with the Belon oysters. Belon is a river in France where these juicy oysters were originally found. "These wild oysters are as powerful as any on the planet," says Chef Dave Looi, "redolent of fish and zinc and umami—not for the faint of heart. You may hate them, you may love them, but they will leave an impression."


The room was filled with the clinks of champagne glasses filled with Marguet Cuvee Rose Grand Cru NV, with its unique texture of delicate and silky red fruits flavours (free flow, mind you!). Rose champagne is delicate, elegant and complex, and matches well with seafood.

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