The Sunday Brunch is a much loved tradition and is becoming rather popular in Greece too. So where is a great place to have Sunday Brunch in the Athenian Riviera? If you love cozy environments and elegant hotels then Sunday Brunch at Somewhere Vouliagmeni is exactly for you.





Somewhere in the Athenian Riviera

Somewhere hotel brand opened its new property in the Athenian Riviera during the summer of 2016. On a warm summer evening, together with my fellow travel bloggers of Travel Bloggers Greece we were invited to savour the summer menu at the hotel’s bistro Lutetia which you can read all about in my previous post: Somewhere in the Athenian Riviera.

With Rebecca of Life Beyond Borders Blog and my mum

Somewhere hotels currently operate in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Athens, Greece.

Cold selections

Variety of lettuce with goat cheese, pear, caramelized hazelnuts

Quinoa with raisins, sunflower seeds, mint, pomegranate, celery and mustard vinaigrette

Bruschetta with  mozzarella and salami Milano

Salmon and broccoli tart

Mini leek pies

Variety of PDO cheeses

Hot selections

Mini burger with caramelized onions, rocket and cream cheese

Grille Haloumi with pomegranate syrup

Croque Monsieur

Grilled beef steak with vierge sauce

Roasted baby potatoes with fresh herbs and mustard

Penne with tomato sauce and vegetables

Grilled corn with butter, herbs and sweet paprika

The buffet features a selection of freshly baked croissants and pastries. Do try the crusty apple tarts, they are simply delicious.

There is also an à la carte menu with a choice of egg dishes, prepared to order. I had the scrambled eggs with salmon topped with freshly grounded black pepper.

Scrambled eggs with salmonGe

General Information

The service is very attentive and discreet.

The price of the Sunday brunch buffet is €35 for all you can eat, inclusive of tea, coffee and mineral water.

There is valet parking outside the hotel.

Sunday Brunch is served from 08:00 am until 04:00 pm.

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* Passion for Greece was a guest of Somewhere Vouliagmeni, all opinions expressed are my own