Trader Vic’s Sunday Brunch, Anantara Riverside Resort: Review 2018

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Sunday is the day when the family can easily get together to spend leisurely quality time together it remains the most popular day to brunch. The ritual of Sunday Brunch has become the western equivalent of Sunday Lunch and can be found in many forms.  Brunch is unlike any other meal, it has its own protocol. It tends to be eaten in waves rather than dish specific course broken up digestion breaks. Its unhurried leisurely and takes anywhere up to three hours to complete. So sit back, relax and indulge.

By Wanida Tardivel & Luxury Society Asia team 

We recently experienced Sunday at Trader Vic’s with our family, and we would like to share it with you.  Great location – Travel by BTS drop off at Saphan Taksin pier and hop in to Anantara Shuttle Cruise, enjoy the 15 mins of beautiful views on the banks of Chao Phraya river with breeze to recharge your battery after a long working week in the city.

If you’ve never been there yet, you’ ll fall in love with the outdoor exotic settings and the Pacific Rim touches. Trader Vic’s is an institution ! Here is why this is still by far one of our most favorite family brunches and we love returning now and then.

Trader Vic’s recently refurbished the restaurant, adding some new silky colorful tables, chairs, paintings and outdoor wooden terrace to make this place for best spot to catch up with friends and family members. A perfect place to forget about Bangkok busy week, great signature dishes from the Polynesian islands, Trader Vic’s famous tiki style and tropical setting right by the Chao Phraya river.

Casual set up with comfortable seating…get set, the afternoon will be long…

Restaurant with beautiful garden river views and stunning tropical garden settings.

Trader Vic’s at Anantara Riverside features Polynesian Sunday Brunch, bringing Bangkok’s foodies and families a flavourful new way to spend Sundays.

Famous locally and internationally known for its one-of-a-kind Polynesian style, Trader Vic’s has been wow-ing diners for decades with its fusion food and tribute to Polynesian culture.

Sunday with a decadent note Island-inspired sounds from the live band can be enjoyed sitting by the lush riverside garden.

A raw seafood bar invites all guests with imported oysters from Le Game, US Barron Point, French Fin de Clair, some crabs, lobsters, mussels and more.

A great selection overall, here are some of the highlights: European Brown crab, Maine lobster, Alaskan king crabs.

A must to try some of those Ceviche dishes …I love them all!

Marinated Salmon and House Cured Gravelax …very impressive

Imported Cold Cuts

Perfect for garden BBQ cooking –  Great selections of dishes with live cooking stations including a charcoal grill, with expertly grilled meats featuring tasty Wagyu, Lamb Rack, Fish with Thai Curry cooked and served in bamboo, frog, seafood brochettes and more!

Tastes of the Pacific Rim abound in selections from the island barbecue and choices from the Trader Vic’s favorites straight from Trader Vic’s opened kitchen included Roasted duck, ribs and more!

Indian food classic dishes also available 

Whole steamed Seabass

Smoked Ribs with 5 kinds of Chinese spices 

Slow Roasted – Us Prime Ribs 

Salad corner and Thai style papaya salad

Great selections of sushis and sashimi for Japanese food lovers

A large selection of imported cheeses – Cheeses Tomme de Savoir, Langres, St Nectaire, Abbaye, Brie Maubert, Blue Cheese, Etorki, Bresse Bleu, Chaource, Tomme de Savoir, Brie Cantorel, St Nectar and more.

Complementing the Hawaiian and international dishes are the signature cocktail creations to whet the palate for a long relaxing afternoon. Rhum lovers behave…Also Don’t miss the treats!

Kid’s special menus, games and play zone with a dedicated team to entertain and look after all kids

More than a pleasure for the eyes and for all ” Gourmands”, this lavish exotic brunch offers an unbelievable fantastic value for money  &  overall remain one of our favorite places to be on Sunday’s in Bangkok.

We loved the new seating areas, the outside terrace  (a good excuse to stay longer and sip some of the Tiki’s Rhum concotions )and overall new brunch layout…colorful and filled with an even better food  display. Well done Trader Vic’s !

Kids playground area

 

Sunday Brunch at Anantara: Every Sunday from 11.30 – 15.00 Hrs.

THB 2,200++ per person including soft drinks, juices and signature cocktails served at the outdoor tiki bar

THB 2,990++ per person, including all the above plus house wines, beers and sparkling wine

THB 990++ per child aged 11 – 12 years

For reservations and more information, Tel: 02 476 0022 Ext.1416

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