Feasting on TWG Tea Brunch Degustation is like discovering your favorite soul musician also make an equally sexy jazz tunes, or when you stumble upon a beautiful gut-wrenching movie starring an actor who is famous for playing rom-coms. A good kind of surprise that makes you want to know the musician or the actor even more.
Behind its hundreds of specialty tea varieties and colorful macarons, TWG Tea Indonesia has a selection of Western-inspired dishes to satiate your appetite. These menus have taken the back seat so far, but with the introduction of TWG Tea Brunch Degustation, it’s time for the food to shine. Some of you might be surprised how TWG, a tea connoisseur, can put up such a solid main course. The kitchen team has done a meticulous job in putting twists on classic dishes and readjusting the flavors to suit customers’ preferences. Led by the passionate Chef Philip Walasary, they have been tirelessly experimenting to get a unique taste while making the most of TWG teas as ingredients.
The TWG Tea Brunch Degustation offers a full-course meal every Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 3 PM. For IDR 350K nett, you get to enjoy one appetizer, one soup, sweet petit fours, TWG artisanal tea, and the belle of the ball: unlimited tasting portion of 10 main courses. In simpler words, this is an all-you-can-eat feast with a fine dining quality. It is equal, or dare we say slightly above, to a 5-star hotel buffet, but with a friendlier price tag. And you should think lightly of the term tasting size, as it is still a very satisfying portion.
Let’s take a look at some of our favorite menus. Lobster Salad, one of the appetizers, serves up a palate-opening mix of berries, orange, and lobster. Topped with a Love Me Tea-infused dressing, this clean and fresh dish is what you’d want to start your brunch with. From the main course, Tournedos Rossini with Truffle Potato Purée is a stand-out. Perfectly medium-cooked tenderloin, made better by the addition of foie gras and Red of Africa Tea-infused sauce. If you’re feeling like an extra kick of spiciness, Barramundi with Sambal Matah is a foolproof choice for the Indonesian tongue. The twist comes in a hint of coconut in sambal matah from the addition of Garden Party Tea.
Leave some room to end your meal with one, two, three, or as many petit fours as you can stuff into your belly for the complete TWG Tea Brunch Degustation experience. For the price and quality, it’s pretty hard to find another eat-as-much-as-you-want meal course out there. This brunch degustation is only available at Pacific Place outlet for a limited time only, so be sure not to miss it.