Bookmark This Place For A Lavish Sunday Brunch!
What Makes It Awesome
KODE is that addition to Zorawar Kalra’s lineage of innovative culinary experiences, which ups the ante of their previous success stories. Although this place demands a lot of build up, let us cut the long story short and tell you exactly what’s worth your money and calories. We went there for a Sunday brunch and was it lavish! We started with the veg alternative of soups – the corn and saffron. Never in my life have I tasted a two ingredient soup so flavorful. To emphasize my appreciation of the soup let me tell you that I took three servings of it, one as an appetizer, one as main course, and one after the dessert! Yes, it was worth defying the culinary order of things. Moving on we had their delicacy of the day – A Turkish version of flatbread. Mildly piquant, it did make for a great side. Of course, there was an equally delectable cheese platter to go with the bread and wine (wine not a part of the brunch). Edam, Gouda, Camembert, English cheddar to name a few of the cheese varieties.
What Could Be Better?
I am a big fan of hummus, which is why I can say that this is not the best hummus ever but the variety was pleasantly experimental and refreshing for the taste buds. I personally regard creme brulee as god’s (yes, whoever created it) best gift to mankind, hence excuse my overt criticism here. I swear by the orange Crème Brulee by China House, and this one does not come close. The yolk taste dominated other flavours hence a slight disappointment.
What's My Pro Tip?
Make a reservation and go for the buffet.