Remember the Lego-themed Sunday Brunch of Spectrum? Now, Spectrum Sunday Brunch is made sweeter with their Sweet Sunday Brunch: A Candy Wonderland, perfect for those who have sweet tooth. Sweet! Totally.
Haribo bears filled with Haribo products welcome the guests of Spectrum for their Sunday brunch.
Spectrum offers an array of cuisines: Filipino, Spanish, Middle Eastern and continental dishes. Since I’m no food blogger, I’ll let the photos do the talking. Warning, the following photos will make you salivate. 😉
Fresh vegetables, mostly greens for your salad fix.
Grill beef, chicken or tuna.
Naturally grown Suckling Pig from Hug Farm in Lipa, Batangas. The skin was extra crunchy and the meat was juicy and flavourful. It was one of the dishes that I truly enjoyed.
The last time we were at Spectrum, there weren’t any bees, so it was a delight to see them working on their honey comb.
My lil’ Ms. JG was pretty impressed at how the bees “work” and move around. She can’t believe that these tiny creatures help produce honey!
I couldn’t pass on bread because, Spectrum’s selection despite limited, were worth devouring on. 😉
Lamb for me please!
Dimsum station which my family enjoyed. Very Chinese talaga ang palette ng mga anak ko (my kids really love Chinese food).
Pizza station where you can customize your pizza with your preferred toppings.
The tables were sprinkled with sweets from Haribo and Valor. It’s like Halloween in August but there’s not trick, just treats!
My lil’ Mr. JG has a sweet tooth like his mommy.
Weekends are my ultimate cheat days. So here I was last Sunday, devouring all these sumptuous food. Yes, I ate this all and I wasn’t able to include my sushi plate so don’t judge meeeeeeh! Hihihi.
Aside from the usual chicken, fries and mac & cheese, the kiddie buffet also has a make-your-own-pizza. The toppings? It’s not your typical pizza toppings. This made my lil’ girl excited to make one for herself.
Assorted sweet toppings ranging from different chocolates to gummy treats and even fresh fruits. The best part? Choose among orange marmalade, marshmallow and chocolate syrup as sauce. Ah-sweet-ma-zing!
No photo of the finished product as it was gone the moment it was brought to our table. 😀
Colorful and whimsical. This is the overall look of Spectrum’s dessert buffet.
From chocolate fountains, to gummy kebabs, candy-inspired cakes and so much more, it’s truly a candy wonderland!
My favorite from the dessert buffet was the Bacon Macaron that’s made from bacon oil! My heart skipped a beat. Bacoooooooon! Don’t worry though, a piggy macaron won’t give you a heart attack but if you have more than a handful, that may be a different story. 😉 Apart from this, I also loved the chocolate truffle cake, assorted French pastries and the crunchy and piping hot churros accompanied by Valor milk chocolate dip. Aaaaah, good thing I always save room for dessert.
A separate play area is ready for aspiring chefs who want to unleash their inner baker, for they can decorate their own cupcakes using Valor, Lindt, Ghirardelli and Haribo- the official partners of Spectrum for their Sweet Sunday Brunch.
My lil’ Ms. JG enjoyed lunch and decorating her own cupcake. She said Spectrum is one of the restaurants she loves because according to her “It’s always fun being here, Mom!”
It’s so obvious that I love sweets more than my daughter who choose to enjoy her lunch as seen in the photo, while I had my photo taken with the Haribo bear, who was roaming around the restaurant. 😀
Spectrum’s Sweet Sunday Brunch is at P2,777 net per person. The buffet is complimentary for children five years old and below, while children aged six to twelve years old get 50% discount. Their Sweet Sunday Brunch is from 12 noon to 3 in the afternoon and will run until August 31, 2015.
1 Raffles Drive, Makati Avenue, Makati City
To book a table, please call Restaurant Reservations at (02) 795-1840 or call Spectrum Restaurant at (02) 555-9840.