Nestled in the secluded Boynton Canyon, Enchantment Resort is an exquisite destination to be experienced even if just for a meal out. One of our family’s traveling traditions is dining out for Sunday brunch. From a handful of restaurants at Enchantment Resort, we chose Che-Ah-Chi for this installment of our brunch tradition. As it turned out, this particular Sunday happened to be Easter.
Surrounded by picturesque canyon walls on three sides, Che-Ah-Chi offers breathtaking views for everyone. From our table, we all agree the unbelievably stunning views alone would make dining here worth the trip.
After ordering drinks, our gracious and helpful server directed us to the several buffet lines that we quickly realize are anything but typical. The raw bar is overflowing with chilled shrimp, crab claws, and fresh Virginia oysters along with caviar and crème Fraiche. The carving station offers New Zealand rack of lamb, cured country ham, and herb crusted prime rib. Vegetable lasagna with basil pesto, lemon poppy seed French toast, and poached organic eggs, along with Steelhead Salmon with creamy polenta round out our entrée choices.
The perfect mix of traditional and Southwestern flavors of this magnificent brunch satisfied all of our foodie desires. Wanting to enjoy this fabulous resort a bit longer, we lounge at various outdoor seating nooks, taking in the warm desert sun and allowing our slightly overindulgent brunch feast to settle.
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