Bangkok's Best Hotels For Brunch Buffets
Having a late breakfast on Sundays may be a less-common practice in Thai culture. Most 5-star hotels in Bangkok, however, recognise this increasingly popular Western trend.
Here are some the best hotels in Bangkok that offer fabulous all-you-can-eat weekend brunches. Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.
Where : SO Sofitel Bangkok
When : Sat,Sun 12:00 - 15:00
Why : Located on the 7th floor of the gay popular Sofitel So, the all-day Red Oven offers a special wine brunch buffet on the weekend, featuring a wide range of international cuisine and free-flowing wine. There are live stations for sashimi, cheese selections, Thai food, homemade pasta, fresh seafood, pastries, organic veggies, fruit smoothies and desserts.
How to get there: MRT: Lumpini or BTS: Sala Daeng, then walk or take a short taxi ride
Up & Above
Where : The Okura Prestige
When : Sun 12:00 - 15:00
Why : Up & Above, though part of a Japanese five-star hotel chain ’Okura’, serves up a great selection of traditional Thai and international dishes including fresh seafood on ice, roast meats from the carvery, pasta, healthy salads and tasty desserts. The optional beverages include free-flow selected wines, local beers and soft drinks.
How to get there : BTS: Ploenchit
The China House
Where : Mandarin Oriental Hotel
When : Sun 11:30 - 14:30
Why : For Cantonese fine dining experience, The China House at the Mandarin Oriental serves authentic dishes in a chic, atmospheric 2-storey colonial building. On Sundays, the restaurant has a brunch buffet with many signature Dim Sum dishes including Scallop & Shrimp Dumplings, Steamed Pork Spare Ribs, Deep Fried Prawns, etc.
How to get there : BTS: Saphan Taksin, then take the hotel’s free shuttle boat
Where : The Sukhothai Bangkok
When: Sun 12:00 - 15:00
Why : Colonnade’s legendary Sunday Brunch at The Sukhothai offers a feast of high-quality international cuisine, from Asian and Japanese selections, cheese varieties, comfort foods, to the freshest seafood and meats cooked to perfection by talented chefs. After brunch, the gay-popular pool area offers another feast for the eyes.
How to get there : BTS: Saladaeng, then walk or take a short taxi ride
When : Sun 11:30 - 15:00
Why : At Trader Vic’s, guests can enjoy some of the finest Pacific Rim favorites with nice views from the waterfront terrace of Ananatara Bangkok Riverside. Their great-value Sunday brunch with optional free-flow drink has most standard dishes plus other unique Thai flavours.
How to get there : BTS: Saphan Taksin, then take the hotel’s free shuttle boat - every 30 minutes
Sunday Jazzy Brunch
Where : Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
When : Sun 10:00 - 15:00
Why : For fans of jazz music, the Sunday Jazzy Brunch at Sheraton Grande is not to be missed. With top-notch live jazz band playing in the background, an excellent choice of gourmet cuisine and desserts from the hotel’s restaurants (including Italian, Thai, seafood, Japanese) can be enjoyed.
How to get there : BTS: Asoke
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