52 ways to love Brunch at Corsair at Turnberry Isle Resort
Inside the gorgeous Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura, Corsair Kitchen & Bar offers a brunch with endless possibilities. What’s not to love about a $45 brunch with buffet, entree, and all the mimosas you can drink. Oh, and it does get better. Their brunch is offered both Saturdays and Sundays.
The soft gray and gold accents add a luxe touch while still keeping this place looking warm and welcoming. As you walk in, you will surely notice the open kitchen concept as well as the Bloody Mary Bar setup for the brunch crowd.
This brunch gets its name 52 because the entrée menu changes every week. That means you can try their decadent French Toast 52 different ways. Staple dishes will always be on the menu, but with a twist, like the Eggs Benedict. However, you can expect the buffet items to stay consistent.
From the buffet, we grabbed some eggs and bacon to start along with cheese and sliced meats. We kept things in check with some asparagus on the plate. Then we saw the pastry and dessert station and stacked a couple mini waffles and topped them with whipped cream and caramel sauce.
At the raw bar, we snagged a plate loaded with fresh crab claws and shrimp. If you pace yourself, you may even enjoy the chef’s house flatbread cooked to order. As part of the weekend brunch, you can also choose from one hot dish in addition to buffet offerings.
With a table full of foodies, we ordered one of each. There are a few dishes that we couldn’t stop talking about. The first was the Lobster and Mango salad. It is served like a stacked tartare, with avocado smash on the bottom layer, chunks of mango, shredded lobster and larger lobster pieces stacked on top. All around they added local greens in a lemon vinaigrette.
Another favorite was the Pulled Short Rib Mac ‘n Cheese. The house pasta is smothered in a four cheese sauce. It is finger-licking good! This dish can be customized if you prefer to leave out the meat, but we kept it all in there along with the wild mushrooms.
In case the array of house-made desserts aren’t enough, the French Toast on the menu will seal the deal. On this menu, the recipe called for white chocolate battered brioche and dulce de leche. It’s topped with tres leche whipped cream and a sprinkling of crunchies in every bite.