Originally Posted by Elphaba
I would suggest that your friends perhaps have limited experience of brunches. Seriously, that are probably a hundreds to choose from and you do not have to drink.
For good value and a la carte, I'd suggest the Thai Kitchen at the Park Hyatt. If you ask you will find that most brunches have a reduced price for non-drinkers. Take a look in Time Out as they list many of the available brunches in varying price ranges.
The problem with so much choice, is that you end up lost for what to choose. A little like a restaurant with a big menu. I will certainly take a look at your suggestion, thanks for that.
As for the 'limited experience of my friends', well they are English expats that have been here quite a few years, some whose children have grown up here, and they are of the opinion that it's really much more worthwhile if you are a drinker, otherwise it's not that big a deal. If they have 'limited experience', it's your opinion and I'm not sure if you are qualified to make that assertion as they could say the same about you