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Sheraton Grande introduces a sustainable American seafood brunch

Hammersley Inlet oysters and Penn Cove mussels highlight the all-American additions to the hotel's brunch menu.

By Pinnyada Tanitnon | May 26, 2015

  • Sheraton Grande introduces a sustainable American seafood brunch
    Alaskan snow crab, oysters, sashimi
  • Sheraton Grande introduces a sustainable American seafood brunch
    Rockefeller Oysters
  • Sheraton Grande introduces a sustainable American seafood brunch
    Alaskan omelette surprise

Every weekend from Jun 5-Jul 19, the Sheraton Grande's Orchid Cafe features a buffet of freshly-caught and shipped, sustainable seafood, which they claim is served hours after its arrival on Thai shores. 

On Saturdays, these fresh delicacies are served in a dedicated new buffet called the American Sustainable Seafood Weekend Feast (B1,950++ for adults; B1,000++ for children), while on Sundays the seafood dishes are added to the hotel’s Jazzy Sunday Brunch (B2,500++ per head including free-flow drinks). 

Highlights include Hammersley Inlet and Kumamoto oysters, Alaskan snow crab, line-caught cod, Alaskan scallops, sockeye salmon and Penn Cove mussels. Also don't miss the peekytoe Maine crabcakes. 

Sheraton Grand Sukumvit, 250 Sukhumvit Rd., 02-649-8355 

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