Sell cross my buns and call me BugsBunny if Easter isn’t already just around the corner! We are well into the New Year with February a mere memory and as we march into month number three, Nyepi is fast approaching along with the end of another school term. That being the case, it’s never too early to tackle Easter holiday plans as nobody needs to look like a fool on April 1st and risk having nothing booked for brunch on Easter Sunday.
The simple solution for small and large groups celebrating Easter this year has got to be Finns Recreation Club. Fun and games for everyone in the family, Finns has put together an ‘eggcellent’ (sorry! it had to be done!) day of entertainment for all ages and that’s before we even get to the details about their delish Easter Brunch menu! Live, acoustic music all afternoon, a visit from the Easter Bunny and the highlight of the day; an Easter egg hunt for those who just can’t get their fill of chocolate along with a jumping castle for kids to bounce off the walls and wear off that sugar rush before they head home!
As if that wasn’t enough to sweeten the deal, check out Finns Easter Buffet menu line up for more palate pleasers. Brunch begins from 10am until 2pm so you’ve got a full four hours to sample every station and fill up on gourmet goodies. Start with the bakery and home smoked ham croissants, roast beef and mustard baguettes or cream cheese bagels.. carbs don’t count on Sundays do they??
It’s Ok, you can redeem yourself because healthy alternatives await with their selection of cold appetisers the likes of fresh chilled prawns, tuna tataki, sushi, vegetarian spring rolls and a spread of salads. Now comes the good stuff. Heads up meat lovers, be sure to grab the big plates so there’s plenty of space to fit lashings of roast beef, braised lamb, rotisserie chicken, BBQ snags and smoked ham, not to mention a seafood smorgasbord of Red Snapper, squid, Barramundi and seafood kebabs! Look no further if you fancy a little homestyle comfort food because Finns is dishing up Shepherd’s pie and meat pie and your favourite tasty sides too.
Easter Sunday is one of those days when it’s perfectly acceptable to eat your dessert first so best not block the path to the sweets selection as that’s where I’ll be headed as soon as the apple pie and pavlova hit the tables! (And yes, I will be well aware if my stash from the Easter Egg Hunt is depleted by even one!!) Candy Floss, cheesecake, fudgey brownies and a chocolate fountain – it’s all there to satisfy even the most serious of sweet tooth and lets not forget the hero of the day, Finns home baked Hot Cross Buns!!
Book now to secure your spot for Finns Easter Sunday brunch before seating gets scarce. Choose from indoor AC or al fresco tables on the terrace. Finns can accommodate groups big or small and kids under two pay nothing at all! Flash your Finns membership card and you’ll get substantial discounts on food and beverages. Gold and Platinum members are entitled to 50% off the price of brunch and 15% off all beverage purchases, while Social and Social Plus members enjoy 20% and 10% respectively. For bookings and full details regarding Finns Easter Brunch menu and prices check out the website page: www.finnsrecclub.com