Sunday is a day to relax and let loose after a hectic work week. There's no doubt that you'll wake up on a Sunday, well after the alarm has stopped ringing. Once finally up, who wants to break the easy going, laid-back lull of a lazy Sunday morning, so the best way to move ahead would be through a no fuss-no muss brunch.

Coffee, juice, sandwiches, toast, eggs, pancakes, chai-parathe, idli, whatever your pick be, a brunch is always a good idea. Have we made you hungry? Well, head over to Vidorra- The Terrace Tavern, this Sunday to be part of a brunch that's the perfect way to end your week.

A lazy Sunday brunch is what we're talking about!

A brunch to satiate kings themselves, this all-you-can-eat buffet has all you'd want from the best of continental and Indian food.

The fact that you can gorge out here to your heart's content means that you're going to be here for a while and we suggest that you skip a few meals on the previous day, just to build up your appetite.

The best part is that you can experience all of this with some soothing, light music and a great ambiance, which adds a whole lot to the experience and makes your Sunday brunch all the more special.

What should you have?

Well, we're huge fans of pretty much everything that Vidorra serves. In fact, it's one of our favourite places and you really can't go wrong, no matter what you choose to have here.

However, we would suggest having eggs, sausages and the Hawaiian Chicken salad, which is a must try for those who love mild and comforting flavours. Now that you're done with the breakfast part of your brunch some stuffed naans and a helping of macchi lahsun kebab should do it for the lunch part.

We also love the seafood here and that's why we love the fish kebabs so much. Once you taste it, there's no going back. As we said, pretty much anything you have here will make you a fan of it, so don't dwell upon it too much, go ahead and just have a bit of everything.

Knock Knock

Indore isn't at a lack of cafes, but when it comes to places that are good for brunches and lazy Sunday meals, then Vidorra is the place to be at. Offering an immaculate view of the city and pairing that with some amazing food is what this place is all about and we're all for the Sunday brunches they offer.

Address: 1001, Rooftop, Shekhar Central, Palasia Square, Old Palasia, Indore

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