After tried Sunday brunch at fourways and the reefs, we decided to give the southhampton fairmont a try. There was a good selection of food, but nothing impressive. A few of my brunch favorite such as tiger shrimp, sashimi, or roasted lamb were missing. The food flavor overall were decent, but the deserts were a big disappointment. Besides the chocolate fondue, and pumpkin cake, I just tried the pinna cotta which was really bad. Again, lots of variety missing, there was no cheesecake, no mousse cake, nor tiramisu.
Good variety of choices for all-you-can-eat Brunch, but it is expensive. Great mid-point spot for a trip to Horseshoe Bay.
As always I truly enjoy dining at Windows On The Sound. The choices of different foods is always a plus for me. It is worth every penny and very kid friendly. The food is really good you just can't go to the buffet one time there is always plenty to eat.
Excellent atmosphere and the Sunday Brunch was GREAT!!!
The Sunday brunch was pricey at $50 per person but there were many options from breakfast foods to lunch entrees. Was not offered coffee only juice and not served water. Omlette station was good.
Lovely views but food was not as described in the write up for the hotel. Very pricey for an unspectacular brunch menu.
The Sunday Bermuda Brunch at Windows on the Sound is a must meal for anyone traveling to Bermuda.
Great views and a great selection of local Bermuda recipes and traditional brunch menu items left us full and very happy.
We had friendly service from Keenan, as well as her assistance in explaining some of the local favorites.
We really enjoyed the great selection of food and the beautiful dining room and view. Our server, Deanna, was excellent and the entire experience was fantastic. Everyone on vacation in Bermuda should try the Sunday brunch.
The staff are courteous and offer great customer service. There is an ample and aesthetically pleasing variety of foods to choose from at the Sunday brunch. Most of all I like the scenic views while dining.
Just OK. It's convenient. Nothing more.
Brunch was ok but some strange omissions e.g. No vegetables. Bread and butter pudding a bit watery
My experience was good, but unfortunately the service wasnt too good. It took far too long for us to be seated and even longer for us to receive table service. The food was good enough to conpensate for this, therefore I will return in the near future.
Thanksgiving buffet was just ok. Food was average but plentiful. Nice dining room, good staff. Pricey for what was offered.
We had a reservation for Sunday brunch, arrived a few minutes early and were immediately seated. It was not crowded (early November) and we probably did not need the reservation. We were offered and served coffee and juice. Our order was not taken and we had to ask if we were to help ourselves to the buffet. We were told there was a continental buffet for $22 and a full hot breakfast for $33. We proceeded to the buffet which seemed to be mostly lunch type foods, some local specialties, most good. When we got the check it was for $39 each. Apparently we had the Bermudian buffet. We did not even know it was a separate option and did not even see the room with the hot breakfast buffet which we would have preferred. Clearer explanation of and direction to available options would have been appreciated.
I had the best Yorkshire pudding on Bermuda while my son enjoyed that chocolate fountain. The ham and roast beef were excellent.