Thonglor has always been one of the more posh neighborhoods of Bangkok. It’s a popular residential area for the city’s rich and famous so celebrity sightings occur on a regular basis. A bustling hub of restaurants, bars, night clubs and trendy coffee shops, you won’t have to look further for dining and entertainment options. Even if you’re not familiar with the who’s who of Bangkok, you’ll enjoy the overall attractiveness of the people who frequent this part of town.
A brand new Hotel Nikko Bangkok is located near the corner of Sukhumvit and Thonglor roads, or just 2 mins walk from the BTS Skytrain Thonglor station.
The Oasis is a spacious restaurant located on the 6th floor.
Every week, Sunday Brunch at The Oasis serves buffet style for both indoor and outdoor seatings with pool access and kids enthralled with lots of activities.
Sunday Brunch must eat … Lobster.
Sunday Brunch offers an extensive brunch buffet features a wide range of international cuisines.
From premium Japanese favorites, seafood on ices, oysters, local Thai favorites, beef noodles and more!
We liked the great daylight, comfortable seatings.
🏊🏻♂️ Bring your swimming suit – The restaurant is adjacent to the outdoor swimming pool and buffet Sunday Brunch includes pool access.
Outdoor BBQ selections
Roasted lamb leg – The buffet offers overall a great selection of Asian and western specialties.
Traditional Japanese Kaisen Don, fresh Sushi, Sashimi and some beef curry served with rice are not to be missed and a great highlight on the buffet.
Noodle of the week – Beef noodles.
Oyster with spinach and white wine sauce
Beef stew, Pasta cooked a la minute with a great choice of sauces and adds on.
Overall, a new place to relax at on weekends and definitely a great value for money!
The kid’s corner with some DIY activities for kids to prepare some of their fav deserts.
Many interesting Japanese touches to please the local visitors and expatriates around the hotel.
📍 Venue: The Oasis, Hotel Nikko Bangkok
⏱ 12:00 – 15:30 Hrs.
THB 1,590++ per person
12.00-15.30 hrs. every Sunday.