The Radisson Blu Hotel and Kigali Convention Centre launched a new 'Sunday Brunch' package that promises to offer guests a chance to indulge in mouthwatering local and international dishes prepared using homegrown ingredients. Grant Cullingworth, the hotel complex's executive chef, shed more light on the tantalizing menu, prices, and other details that make the brunch unique. ALSO READ: Radisson Blu Hotel introduces new ‘delicious dishes’ to their menu The brunch buffet is set to be served at Larder Restaurant from 12:00 PM to 3PM every Sunday. Guests can enjoy their tasty treats in the restaurant's comfortable indoor seating or al fresco on the terrace. Pricing for the Sunday package ranges from Rwf60,000 for adults and includes food, beer, and sparkling wine. For those who prefer a soft drink, or fresh juice, the price is Rwf40,000. Children under five get to eat for free, while those aged between six and 12 years are entitled to a 50% discount. ALSO READ: How Radisson Blu bagged 12 awards in one year Guests can expect a delectable spread of international and local cuisine, including fresh seafood, grilled meats, sushi, salads, cheese platters, and a selection of desserts. In addition to the delicious food and refreshing beverages, guests can also enjoy live entertainment, making the Sunday Brunch experience at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Kigali Convention Centre a perfect way to spend a Sunday with family and friends, or solo. The brunch starts with a continental buffet that features an assortment of pastries, yogurt, and cereals to satisfy your breakfast cravings. ALSO READ: Radisson Blu nominated for World Travel Award 2023 Moving on to the cold buffet, you find a delightful selection of Italian cold meats and cheeses, accompanied by a refreshing salad bar and homemade bread. Seafood lovers are in for a treat with the offering of sushi, steamed prawns, smoked salmon, and mussels. You then find exciting additions at the hot buffet, such as a live Shawarma Station where you can savor Shawarma Spice Chicken wrapped in tortillas with grilled vegetables. Another highlight is the Cori Station, featuring whole roasted tilapia and slow-roasted goat leg. The hot buffet also includes international dishes, barbecue options, and a dedicated selection of Rwandan cuisine. According to the chef, the brunch showcases the vibrant flavors and rich culinary heritage of Rwanda by using locally sourced ingredients, And then the dessert buffet, where fresh fruits take center stage with a live fruit bar and local fruits are sliced to order. It also includes a chocolate fountain, popcorn, and candy floss. The dessert spread continues with a variety of mousses, whole cakes, individual cakes, and hot puddings. While one indulges in the scrumptious offerings, a live band sets the mood with their captivating music. Children are well taken care of with activities like face painting and painting, ensuring that parents can relax and enjoy their meals. And if the weather permits, the pool is open for kids and adults to enjoy a refreshing swim. Chef Grant and his team put their heart and time into preparing the delectable treats, for two or more days ahead of time. Something he says is not just about the food; but an effort to ensure the brunch is a complete experience for the whole family and a celebration of Rwandan flavors while offering something for everyone.