The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut welcomes guests for lunch every Sunday for a luxurious open buffet spread out around The Grill Room restaurant (including its executive kitchen!) for an entirely new experience!
The buffet offers a lavish spread including freshly baked bread, cold cuts, cheese, a live jamon station, salad bar, and main dishes featuring oriental and international cuisine. Kid-friendly options are also available including mini burgers with wedges, mac n cheese, chicken nuggets, and mini pizzas too! However, in my opinion, even kids will want to indulge in the “adult” sections 😉
Our Sunday Lunch at The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut
We sat inside as it was rather windy that day.
The music in the background was a bit loud, but since the DJ was playing a mix of old nostalgic tunes that we really enjoyed, T and I very much agreed on the choice of volume.
Our friendly waiter briefed us on the Sunday lunch concept before he took us for a tour.
At the table, there are 5 plastic tokens (that look like pogs) with your table number written on them. You use these when you don’t feel like waiting for your dish in line at the buffet. Basically you hand your token to one of the chefs, and your order will simply appear at your table in a few minutes – magic!
Heading to the executive kitchen
My favourite dish was the fragrant Freekeh with melt-in-your-mouth tender Gigot; it was profoundly delicious. The succulent steamed Alaskan King Crab and the tangy salmon tartar were also star items and definitely recommended.
I’ll let you feast your eyes on some more mouthwatering pictures from the Sunday Lunch at The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut.
Inside the kitchen
Finish with Dessert
End your meal on a sweet note and indulge in a perfectly tangy lemon cheesecake followed by a decadent chocolate tart or a creamy cool cup of ice cream (with all the toppings!) at the scrumptious dessert buffet.
The thing I love most about The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut is their service; it’s absolutely flawless from start to finish! It’s a place where you feel your money was well-spent and worth the experience, which is not something you can say about all high-end pricey restaurants in Lebanon.
I loved the Sunday Lunch open kitchen concept! It’s such a great way to make use of the space and dishes can be served fresh and hot straight from the oven onto the many stainless shelves. You would expect to smell like a kitchen when you leave, but that wasn’t the case at all. We also got to have a chat with the super friendly chefs in the kitchen, which was a bonus!
I would recommend choosing the exquisite Sunday Lunch at The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut for your next family gathering.
Further details on the Sunday Lunch at The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut
When? Every Sunday from 1:00pm to 4:00pm
How Much? $68 USD per person (includes water, soft drinks, and coffee; alcoholic beverages aren’t included) / $34 USD for children between 5 to 12 years old. If you’re under 5, you eat for free 🙂
The Grill Room
Address: Four Seasons Hotel Beirut, 2nd Floor, Wafic Sinno Street, Minet El Hosn, Beirut
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