Closing the Week in Style With a Brunch at Matild Café

Food

Matild Café & Cabaret Debuted its new Sunday Brunch concept this spring, offering guests a chance to close the week in style with a feast featuring both local and international brunch classics, as well as a live carving station.

The café offers a luxurious gourmet experience, where guests can tune into the live music on the venue's hydraulic stage while refreshing their palates with a bottomless champagne option to pair with the brunch.

Apart from the delicacies offered by the menu crafted by Wolfgang Puck and his dedicated team, Matild Café & Cabaret's brunches also cater to children with a special menu, a hot chocolate and waffle station, and a special children's menu.

"I think a good Sunday brunch is all about indulging in the abundance of flavors and choices. In my opinion, the magic of brunch here is the quality of the place itself, the exceptional atmosphere, the live music, the food, and the desserts, which make Matild Palace stand out from the rest. I can't think of a better place for family, friends or an intimate Sunday lunch," says Attila Fehér, executive chef of Matild Café & Cabaret.

The brunch selection also features a special bakery and pastry selection, with homemade croissants and pain au chocolat.

Brunches at Matild Café & Cabaret are held every Sunday between noon and 3 p.m. 

For a price of HUF 19,500 + 15% service charge, guests can enjoy a welcome glass of sparkling wine, unlimited soft drinks, juices, and house wines.

The price for children between 7-12 years old is HUF 9,500 + 15% service charge, while children under 6 years old can enter free of charge.

Further information regarding reservations is available on the café's website.

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