Berlin’s most exclusive brunch

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On the first Sunday of each month, the Ritz-Carlton am Potsdamer Platz offers a luxury brunch with a variety of delicacies and Louis Roederer Champagne.

Pots am Potsdamer Platz

Since 06 February, the Berlin The Ritz-Carlton team serves every first Sunday of the month from 12.30 pm The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin Champagne Brunch. The ladies and gentlemen of the luxury hotel have rethought the brunch concept, moving from high-quality,
seasonal products of the region as well as international influences and serve an exciting and broad spectrum of culinary highlights.

The brunch experience kicks off an hour before – starting at 11:30 a.m. in The Lounge as well as The Curtain Club. Guests will be welcomed with a Bacon Bloody Mary, the Ritz Brunch Mule or classic Champagne to get them in the mood. Additionally, modern Japanese Tasters will be served from the live station to whet visitors’ appetites.

Following this, guests are invited to the relaxed atmosphere of the POTS restaurant, where a multi-faceted selection of specialties already awaits culinary lovers. In addition to local and seasonal products, Asian and Mediterranean nuances can also be found in the dishes, inspired by numerous stays abroad by Chef Frank Koppelkamm.

“We source our ingredients as far as possible regionally and, of course, seasonally,” says Koppelkamm in a Gourmet Report interview. “However, we would like to offer our guests an overall picture of the cuisines of this world – to this
also impressions belong, which I was allowed to collect during my time abroad and our guests not to withhold would like,” so Chef Frank further.

The multiplicity and diversity of the offer divide themselves on different stations. So with the Seafood Station and the Trilogy of pickled salmon, but also classics such as poached Canadian lobster served with Mary Rose sauce as well as a selection of three oyster varieties, there is something for every fish lover. At the carving station, indulgence is not neglected with delicacies such as tandoori style leg of lamb with raita yogurt sauce and chat masala potatoes. Vegetarian variations, such as cold soba noodles with tofu and
Shimenji mushrooms or truffle pasta please the culinary palate of the guests.
For dessert, in addition to a variety of desserts that can refer to the countries of origin along the Silk Road, ice creams such as matcha ice cream, saffron ice cream and strawberry-pepper ice cream are served in the signature “Crystal Ice Balloon”.

Accompanying the brunch is Louis Roederer’s “Collection 242.” With finesse and freshness, the Collection 242 cuvée reveals aromas of sugared and ripe fruit and woody notes. On the palate, it is generous, lush and juicy, offering a very fresh finish – a richness that pairs well with the brunch food selection like no other.

In addition to brunch, there’s life entertainment; children are creatively entertained in the POTS Restaurant’s Private Dining Room.

Tobacco lovers will also be treated to an exclusive cigar hrs. will also be offered an exclusive cigar and spirits menu at the Berlin Cigar Club.

Furthermore, with the “Let it Flow” offer, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy brunch from 16.00 o’clock in the Curtain club with a further bottle Louis Roederer Champagner for 95.00 euros to let it end.

The Champagne Brunch takes place every first Sunday of the month from 12:30 – 16:00 and costs 179.00 euros per person. The price includes unlimited Louis Roederer Champagne, all dishes as well as a selection of soft drinks, freshly squeezed juices, coffee and tea.

Selected brunch cocktails and champagne will be served as a welcome from 11:30 am. Children under the age of six eat free of charge, and children up to the age of 15 enjoy a reduced price of 89.00 euros.
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