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Easter Brunch at the Hyatt Regency on April 4

Celebrate Easter with your family overlooking Petrovsky Park.

This Sunday, April 4, is Easter for the mostly western part of Christendom, and if you are looking for a beautiful and delicious way to celebrate the day, look no farther than the Oriental Bar at the top of the Hyatt Regency in Petrovsky Park.

The family brunch, served from noon to 5 p.m., will offer a selection of Asian and European dishes with a special emphasis on Easter desserts.

You can begin your meal with a selection of sushi, sashimi and rolls; at the charcuterie table or the cheese station - where domestic and foreign cheeses are complemented by a wide assortment of rolls, breads, nuts, honey and chutney, and comfiture; with special spring salads, like prawns with avocado, papaya and thai sauce or smoked duck with corn and Easter eggs; or perhaps an egg dish: eggs benedict, eggs florentine, an avocado omelet or eggs to your order. 

After a light soup, choose a plated main course of rack of lamb, grouper fillet or veal medallions, each served with carefully chosen and prepared accompaniments.

Be sure to save room for the dessert table, which includes carrot cupcakes, coconut macaroon nests, peanutbutter truffles, coconut cake, Easter bread pie, strawberries and cream, Easter cookies, a chocolate fountain and much more.

In keeping with the Hyatt Regency tradition, there is a special children's menu that includes hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken fingers, spaghetti and meatballs and other favorites among the under 10-set. There will also be a kid's corner with games and egg painting, so the children will be entertained with the adults relax and linger over their meal. 

The cost of the brunch is 5,900 rubles per person, which includes a welcome glass of Moёt & Chandon and non-alcoholic beverages. 

To reserve a table, call +7 495 479 1234 or send a reservation to

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