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Sofitel Alice in Wonderland brunch

Sofitel Alice in Wonderland brunch

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Sofitel Phnom Penh is offering a special Easter brunch for $55 or $75 with a free flow of champagne. Children aged 4 to 12 will pay $27.50.

According to Sofitel’s Natalie Moser, the entrance to the restaurant will be decorated with Alice in Wonderland items including a wooden clock, a rabbit hole and a big mushroom.

Children’s events kick off at 1pm when the Sofitel hostess will lead the group of children to the poolside area for the Easter egg hunt. Children will be hunting for as many eggs as possible for first, second and third prizes and the others will get a consolation prize.

Also available will be hot cross buns fresh from the oven, which can be ordered in advance from Sofitel’s Chocolat Shop by calling 023 999 200.

Moser says hot cross buns ensure friendship throughout the year with the phrase “between us two shall goodwill be”.

The buns are available for $2 each and $10 for a pack of six.


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