The 5 best places for sunday brunch in Bangkok
1) Up and Above
Alaskan king crab, Boston lobster, razor clams, fine imported cheeses, and enough sweets to feed an army, your only worry here will be your ability to walk out still standing. It’s up on the 24th floor of the swank Okura Prestige, and the outdoor terrace views are almost as delectable as the food.
2) Brasserie Europa
Not only is it an all you can eat buffet of both Asian and European dishes, this is Bangkok’s longest brunch fest, going on until 5 pm, meaning you can eat, go for a swim, and come back and eat again. It’s also the only free flow champagne deal in town. Kids can also use the Siam Kempinski’s Kid’s Club for free as part of the deal.
From imported oysters to king crab and even foie gras, nothing is spared at perhaps Bangkok’s most opulent Sunday brunch buffet. There is Peking duck, roast beef, and a cake section that you’ll somehow have to find room for. There are not too many tables here, so best reserve if you want to join in the gluttony.
4) Theo Mio
This Italian kitchen in the InterContinental Hotel serves up a tantalising Sunday Brunch. There are Italian antipasti favourites, along with endless tiramisu and free flow wine. However, you are limited to one main course item. There is a pleasant outdoor terrace and live jazz to complete the scene.
5) Rain Tree Cafe
Set in the elegant Plaza Athénée. The Sunday brunch here offers a selection of Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Western dishes to stuff yourself on. High end seared duck, grilled lamb, fin de claire oysters, and caviar are just a fraction of the quality favourites available here.
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