Lobster, Cognac and Boursin Cheese Omelet, Sterling Brunch

At $85 a pop, this is classic Sunday brunch can do some damage to the wallet. But consider that the buffet also offers such items as American sturgeon caviar, whole lobster tails and suddenly this signature dish is worth the hefty price tag. From the cooking station comes a fluffy omelet, laden with big shreds of lobster. Folded in the middle is a nice hunk of creamy Boursin cheese. If you didn’t feel like you were having a decadent time before, this dish will change your perspective.

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