It’s Thyme2 get your bottomless festive feast on | The Gourmand & Gourmet

It’s Thyme2 get your bottomless festive feast on

Bottomless seafood, anyone?

You’re invited to enjoy a world of haute dining this Christmas season as Sofitel’s Thyme2 restaurant dishes up a luxurious festive buffet for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Gather your food-loving friends and fam, and get ready for a pre-Christmas feast without the cooking and clean-up! 

Go coastal for lunch or dinner with bottomless market seafood including king prawns, freshly shucked oysters and green lip mussels with red pepper and chive dressing, alongside traditional Christmas players like roast turkey breast with stuffing and cranberry sauce, and glazed ham with honey and cloves fresh from the carvery.

For those still striving for a #summerbod, a range of gourmet salads, deli meats, and an assortment of nori maki and nigiri with Japanese condiments are on offer as well.

While we encourage stuffing yourself silly, we strongly suggest leaving room for dessert. Dive head-first into the chocolate fountain (not literally… unless?) before you dig into Yule logs and puddings, chocolate profiteroles, pavlovas and gourmet ice creams and sorbets. 

If you’re after a breaky or brunch catch-up, Thyme2’s buffet breakfast is full of all your favourites, like a made-to-order omelette station, seasonal fruit, and an abundance of decadent French pastries cooked daily in the in-house patisserie, not to mention the complimentary sparkling wine on the weekends (now that’s a taste of Paris)!

Avoid the cooking, cleaning and chaos of Christmas; Thyme2’s festive buffets are taking Christmas, stretching it out for an entire month, and making it bottomless.

Head here to book your seat at the table!


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Words by Elizabeth Markwell
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