There is a wide range of food catering to all different tastes with a good variety of vegetarian dishes as well.
The hummus and guacamole are to die for, and are two standouts on the menu.
Centara also has an extensive range of cheeses and freshly-baked, home-made breads, which is an appealing aspect of any brunch for foreigners. There were at least eight cheese varieties on display when we visited.
There’s also a sushi station, fresh seafood (lobster, scallops, mussels, oysters, marinated salmon, clams and prawns, plus more), salads, cold cuts, hot dishes, pizza, and an Indian food station.
The meat selection includes whole-roasted chicken, roasted lamb, pork loin, chicken breast, rib eye, lamb chop, beef tenderloin and beef sirloin.
However, no brunch is complete without dessert and sweet treats at the end, and this is where Centara really comes into its own. The special dessert section even has its own room. The mango gratin and tiramisu are recommended. The small lemon meringue pies are some of the best we’ve tasted and are fantastically presented as well. And don’t miss the ice cream and sorbets section.
If you’ve got room after all this, one of the best parts of the Centara brunch is that you’re able to use the resort’s pool, and children can take part in the Kids’ Club for free during your time there.
Bookings are recommended. To make a reservation and to find out the monthly price promotion, contact the team at Centara on 076-201-234, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Prices change monthly due to promotions, but adult prices usually start at B1,900 net per person. The lunch runs from midday until 3pm, and is held two times per month.