Are you hungry? You better be if you come to CORSAIR kitchen & bar. A friend of mine told me about CORSAIR kitchen & bar here - I was actually surprised . The resort is expansive and they're doing a ton of great updates to the location as well.
Vibe: It's located inside the Turnberry Isle Hotel along the route of the golf course so it's upscale. Dress accordingly. Also, the hotel is undergoing major construction so it was a bit of a maze to get to.
Service: Buffet style brunch. The hostess gave us a quick run through of the buffet items before we were seated. However, we barely heard what she said bc we were in awe of the different food stations. Our waiter Nikko was very friendly and attentive. Our glasses were never empty.
Food: Let's break it down by stations!
Antipasto station was good they even have olive oil and balsamic vinegar to pair with your meats and cheese. Yummmm
Typical hot food: pretty standard brunch food. Can't complain. The chicken sausage was flavorful and bacon was also good.
Salmon lox: I didn't try it, but my cousin liked it and the salmon looked fresh.
Pastries: Nothing out of the ordinary or wow-ed me. Again- standard croissants and danishes.
Seafood station: I had high hopes for the crab claws, but the texture was off for me. The cocktail shrimp on the other hand, was pretty darn good. I probably ate more than I should have.
Toast: Their jams are tasty- can't go wrong with tasty jam on some good 'ol carbs!
Yogurt: I didn't try this either, but it's your typical parfait with your choice of yogurt.
Main course: On top of the all you can eat appetizers and dessert, we ordered the French toast which was ok. The eggs Benedict was perfectly balanced and flavorful- I'd order it again. The breakfast skillet was also good- the steak was a bit on the salty side by itself but pairs well with the potatoes and asparagus.
Drinks: I'm not a day drinker, but they do have bottomless mimosas for $15.
Dessert: The waffles were too chewy, but the toppings were on point. The fruit tart was my favorite- light, airy, and not to sweet. They also had fresh fruits which is always a plus.
All in all: Pretty good for spice brunch. You get to have a variety of different items in a nice, upscale place.
CORSAIR kitchen & bar
19999 W Country Club Dr, Aventura, FL 33180, USA
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