We had an opporutnity to be one of the first people to see what Four Seasons Orlando has in store for their Sunday Brunch at Plancha. This new dining offering will start on March 13, 2016 and be available from 10 am to 3 pm. Here’s a look at what we got to experience at the Sunday Brunch preview at Plancha.
There will be three offerings available for brunch – buffet and a la carte entrée (68 per person), buffet only (45 per person) or a la carte entrée only. Here are some of what delicious menu items that will be offered!
- Assorted salads
- Seasonal fresh fruits and berries
- House-made granola
- Organic yogurt
- Artisanal meats and cheeses
- Smoked salmon with bagels, cream cheese and toppings
- Seared ahi tuna
- Shrimp cocktail
- Marinated olives
- Grilled vegetables
- Black bean hummus
- Pasta salads
- Red bliss potato salad
- Breakfast pastries
- Tres leches
- Cheese flan
- Rollo de guava and much more
A la Carte
American Kobe Beef Sliders with pimento cheese, roasted garlic aioli and pepper jelly.
Shrimp Omelet with shrimp, jalapeños, mixed peppers, onion, tomato, cilantro and cheddar.
Twisted Benedict with Canadian bacon, English muffin, grilled asparagus and truffle hollandaise.
Very-Berry French Toast made with brioche, wild berry compote and powdered sugar.
Oatmeal Pancakes includes oatmeal flour pancakes topped with dark rum banana compote and whipped butter.
Chicken and White Cheddar Waffles has fried chicken thighs, white cheddar waffles and served with spicy maple syrup.
Cured Salmon Paillard includes chick pea salad, cucumber, tomato, red onion and vinaigrette.
Spaghetti and Zucchini topped with tomato sauce and tempura avocado.
Guests will receive a choice of coffee, fresh pressed juices, iced tea or soft drinks and for those 21 and up, choice of one Bloody Mary, Mimosa or draft beer. For guests wanting more than one Bloody Mary, Mimosas and draft beers, there is a bottomless offering for 18 per person. We think that’s a fantastic deal!
A kids buffet will also be available for 20 per child and include chicken tenders, grilled salmon, mini burgers, mac ‘n cheese and pancakes.
Oh… My… Gosh! It was incredible! We tried a little bit of everything available. It all was great!
The smoked salmon was topped with micro greens. There was red onion, capers and cream cheese to accompany it. It was so good, you could eat it by itself.
There was house-made black bean hummus and guacamole. I loved the guacamole!
The artisanal meats and cheese were so good. It reminded me of having breakfast in Europe.
There were also parfaits to try. They consisted of Greek yogurt, house-made granola, honey and topped with either blueberry, mango or apple compote. You must make one!
This is just a sample of what will be offered at the various stations! There will so much more and we can’t wait to go back.
Guests can make their own Bloody Marys. There will be a large bar set up with all kinds of fun garnishes. We were only able to sample a fraction of what garnishes would be available. They’ll include various hot sauces, grape tomatoes, peppers, a variety of stuffed olives, lemons, limes, bacon wrapped asparagus, bacon and cocktails shrimp to name a few.
For my drink, I added a lime wedge, stuffed olive, tomato and a strip of bacon with a dash or two of one of the hot sauces. It was really good!
Since it was for research purposes we had to do the Bloody Mary Bar… and try a Mimosa. The Mimosas are made with freshly squeezed orange juice and Prosecco. It was very refreshing.
We think Sunday Funday is the perfect time to relax and enjoy the bottomless drinks!
For my entrée, I choose the Chicken and White Cheddar Waffles. The waffle is savory and has a bit of rosemary in it. The chicken is perfectly cooked and very tender. It’s topped with a roasted habañero pepper. Which I decided to not take a bite into it. It’s served with a spicy maple syrup. You have to try it with the syrup. It has a bit of a kick, but it’s not too spicy. It just makes the dish even better. It also comes with a side salad of mixed spring greens and house-made vinaigrette. I would DEFINITELY have this again!
You HAVE to save room for dessert! They are all made in-house and what we had room to try… was fantastic.
The Rollo de Guava, Tres Leches and Cheese Flan are on their menu to be enjoyed during lunch. In addition to those fabulous desserts will also be options like a chocolate peanut butter cup, fresh fruit tart and macarons. All the desserts were great. However, my favorite was the Tres Leches, it’s very light and the chocolate peanut butter cup, but I’m a huge fan of peanut butter with chocolate.
We would highly recommend trying this. It’s a great way to spend a Sunday morning/afternoon. Escape the parks and enjoy some incredible foods and drinks in a relaxing atmosphere. We think it’s the perfect way for couples or those traveling without children to spend a Sunday Funday… with the bottomless beverages, of course.
Please note, all prices and menu items are subject to change. The menu is still in development.