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Where are the best brunches in Bangkok? Where’s the best value for money? Top 10 Best Brunches Review? What are the latest updates? 

Brunch is no longer the exclusive domain of Sunday, it’s now a dining concept that can be enjoyed on any day of the week. However, as Sunday is the day when the family can most easily to 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 broke up digestion breaks. It’s unhurried leisurely and takes anywhere up to three hours to complete. So sit back, relax and indulge.

By Wanida Tardivel & Luxury Society Asia team 

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok – Sunday Premium Brunch at Brasserie Europa is very much a family affair. Also at almost 4 hours eating time the current record holder for the longest brunch in Bangkok. Set in a chic dining room overlooking the hotel’s inner courtyard and swimming pool. The buffet offers an indulgent selection of European and Asian style dishes, with an abundance of the freshest seafood. Appealing to the family market there is special entertainment for children at the Kid’s Club giving the younger set their own space to have their fun leaving the parents free to relax with their friends.  Read full story? 

The Colonade’s Sunday Brunch at Sukhothai Bangkok is truly legendary gastronomic feast for the most discerning connoisseur. Renowned as the first hotel in Bangkok to provide top-notch Sunday Brunch, Colonnade continues to attract with an ever-improving and wider selection of quality cuisine, larger live food stations. The fascinating culinary journey begins with a fresh array of crustacean specialties, Freshly homemade pasta are also available and prepared to your liking. Sukhothai‘s signature Soups are served including Lobster Bisque Flambe with Pernod and Lobster Butter and Truffle and Wild Mushroom Cream Soup with fresh Sliced Black Truffle. Read more with full review 

Parichart Court – Anantara Siam Bangkok Brand New Sunday Brunch is going on stronger than ever. The abundant feast at Parichart Court features the culinary delights from the hotel’s award-winning restaurants – Madison, Biscotti, Spice Market, Shintaro and Acqua complemented by popular Indian, Chinese, and the Mediterranean. Live cooking stations are positioned around the open-air courtyard as well as following into Madison’s private room and more. Brunch guests can select which of the restaurants they prefer to be seated, alternatively in the outdoor seating area in the Parichart Court. Read more with full review 

The St. Regis Bangkok’ Signature Sunday Brunch is a veritable Bangkok institution of epic proportion in the perfect location of Rachadamri Area…a premium Sunday well spent! Commence at VIU with an assortment of antipasti, salads, foie gras, seafood on ice, prime cuts of meat and flavors from around the globe, as well as Chinese, Japanese, Thai specialties and house-made pasta. Chef’s premium brunch favorites, from the à-la-carte, à-la-minute menu, include lobster and smoked salmon eggs benedict; Royal Bari caviar omelet; a mushroom, black truffle and parmesan pizza; and beef tenderloin Rossini sliders with truffle mayo. An enticing collection of sweet endings, international cheeses and other delights also await, on this monumental culinary journey. Read more with full review 

Goji Kitchen + Bar’s Sunday Brunch At Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park where chefs prepare dishes in front of diners’. From prime tomahawk beef, freshest seafood on ice to indulgent French foie gras, suckling pig to live BBQ and more! Specializing in Parrilla-grilled meats and ocean-fresh seafood, Goji Kitchen’s expert chefs use high-quality ingredients to create memorable dining experiences. Read more with full review 

UNO MAS knows how to kick off each month in style – and this time under the themed Domingo Fabuloso”.  Every first Sunday of the month at UNO MAS located on the 54th floor of the hotel, and is designed for a journey – the senses through the vibrant Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean region. Terrific views and daylight with stunning panoramic views of the Bangkok skyline.

The main dining room features an open buffet with some great raw seafood delicacies  (Maine Lobster, langoustines, imported oysters, crabs) & mixed tapas, charcuterie cold cuts, imported Iberia hams, homemade terrines, Spanish sausages and foie gras, crudités assortments, salmon, Spanish sauces and much more! Every now & then, the crew will surprise you at the table with some Bluefin Tuna Steak canapés, small tasting portions of risotto and Spanish tapas, a piece of juicy and tender pepper crusted rack of lamb and not to forget some refreshing cocktails (from cosmopolitan, Bloody Mary to Bubbly Sangrias…). On top of that, the crew always make sure your flute never gets empty! Read more with full review 

The Rain Tree Café has been reconceived in a modern interpretation of Thai neo-colonial interior décor + style. Three separate but complementary spaces evidencing extreme elegance and making excellent use of natural light are interwoven with threads of touching homeliness. These three unique areas are cleverly interwoven and are aptly named: The Bronze Kitchen upgraded with interactive live cooking stations, The Valaya Room with its formal library-style “VIP” space and The Secret Garden for more private affairs. Read more with full review 

Bangkok’s Best Sunday Brunch With Chao Phraya River Views  – Great Promotions, Fresh Seafood, Live BBQ, Kids Corner and Unlimited Lobster Thermidor. 

Royal Orchid Sheraton offers a seafood selection of lobster, three kinds of oysters, Alaskan king crab presented on a bed of ice. Live cooking stations offering regional cuisines with Indian curries, Japanese sushi and Chinese duck and suckling pig. Thai dishes are from the hotels Thara Thong restaurant and from Giogio’s their Italian restaurant a selection of pasta and risottos plus premium Australian steak. The brunch indulgence is never complete without a selection of desserts which include, black forest gateaux, blueberry cheesecake, tiramisu and opera cake plus a selection of 10 different flavours of homemade ice cream.

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Sunday Brunch at Trader Vic’s Anantara Riverside Resort Great location – Travel by BTS drop off at Saphan Taksin pier and hop into Anantara Shuttle Cruise, enjoy the 15 mins of beautiful views on the banks of Chao Phraya river with the breeze to recharge your battery after a long working week in the city.

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The Amaya Food Gallery – The best value place for the family to eat, features a culinary experience with exotic tastes from the streets of Asia in a vibrant market-style venue with vivacious metropolis with fast fresh food services. The restaurant offers a spacious open market place with yet intimate dining settings. Large table are available for families and groups of friends. Great food stations enrich the main dining hall.

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Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, a spectacular gourmet Sunday brunch infused with French savoir-faire and Gourmandise.  Must try the restaurant’s signature Canadian lobster bisque crowned with puff pastry and a shot of Napoleon brandy, half a lobster per person, Royal Project smoked trout, Alaskan king crab,green-lipped New Zealand mussels, Sofitel ambassadors will also tempt you with more pass-around treats such as pan-fried French foie gras, white New Zealand snapper black bean sauce, and braised Australian Wagyu beef. Read more with full reveiw 

Westin Sukhumvit Seasonal Tastes on the 7th floor of Westin Grand Sukhumvit offers a family fun-filled Sunday Lunch Buffet indulges guests with a feast of western and Asian culinary delicacies. Live cooking stations prepare freshly shucked oysters, lobster bisque and Caesar salad. Lamb chops, beef steak, foie gras and snow fish are served fresh from the grill. The stand out Asian speciality is wok fired crab curry. One of the few hotels to serve the Swiss speciality Raclette, flame melted cheese scrapped onto the plate served with small steamed potatoes, gherkins and pickled onions. Finishing with the indulgent Movenpick with freshly made waffles. To keep the younger guests entertained Westin Kids Club with a magician show, paining and a laugh a minute clown.

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Flow – Millennium Hilton Bangkok known as one of longest hours Sunday brunch in town.  Located by the Chao Praya River,  is good venue for family and friends time for lazy weekend. FLOW restaurant with unlimited open bar – 12 selective wines, spirits & sparkling cocktails, 5 live kitchens, including Cheese Room and dessert buffet at the Lantern

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We will continue to update info, and check out what’s hot in town. 

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