Palazzo Versace launches Saturday brunches by the pool

The brunch features Mediterranean inspired dishes with unlimited drinks

The brunch will also feature cocktails, free flowing beverages, live music and access to the pool lounge
The brunch will also feature cocktails, free flowing beverages, live music and access to the pool lounge

La Piscina by Palazzo Versace has revealed a Saturday brunch featuring Mediterranean-inspired spread.

Dishes include Wagyu sliders, a selection of mezze in mini cones, slow cooked lamb shank with creamy eggplant or steamed black mussels and roasted garlic baguette while desserts feature tiramisu or the crispy golden churros.

The brunch will also feature cocktails, free flowing beverages, live music and access to the pool lounge.

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Starting from 12 October 2019, the brunch will be hosted every Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm.

The property’s director of culinary and F&B, Mansour Memarian commented: “This Saturday brunch at La Piscina is an all-round experience. Aside from its luxurious setting, world-class entertainment and line-up of DJs, we wanted to bring forward its food offering too. We have a created a unique dining experience by the pool, which allows guests to sit back, relax, stroll around the cooking stations – all these at a fair price.”

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