W Does Brunch
The restaurant: After going into hibernation for a few months, the brunch at The Kitchen Table is back again. Besides the numerous food and cocktail stations, the amber-colored dining room displays fashion items from W Store.
The food: Cheese, salad, cold cuts, seafood, barbecue, ceviche and sweet treats. There are also cocktail stations where baristas mix mimosas, margaritas, mojitos, gin and tonics and more.
The highlight: The vast variety of fresh seafood on ice including Alaskan king crab and oysters from France and Australia.
The price: B2,300 per person; an extra B600 for free-flow sparkling, wine, beer and cocktails
When: Every first Saturday of the month from 12:30-4:30pm
2/F, W Bangkok, 106 North Sathorn Rd., 02-344-4000. BTS Chong Nonsi
Indian Sunday Brunch
The restaurant: Up on the sixth floor of Holiday Inn in Upper Silom, Tandoor specializes in North Indian cuisine—typically less spicy than dishes from the South—in a plush but not overly fancy setting.
The food: North Indian specialties like tandoori chicken, chole bhature (spicy chickpeas with fried bread) and various kebabs, as well as unlimited soft drinks and lassi (Indian yogurt-based drink).
The highlight: The rotating chef’s specialty curry menu, biryanis and jain (strict vegetarian) items like paneer tikka (grilled cottage cheese)
The price: B650 per person
When: Every Sunday 11:30am-3pm
6/F, Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom, 981 Silom Rd., 02-238-4300
The Big Blu Brunch
The restaurant: The brunch is split across two restaurants on two levels—the chic Twenty-Seven Bites and the more formal China Table. The former serves a range of international brunch favorites, as well as Indian, Vietnamese and Thai flavors, while a DJ spins low-tempo house tracks; the latter is a more traditional Chinese affair. There’s also a kids’ corner.
The food: At Twenty-Seven Bites, the live cooking stations serve up tender roast meats and fresh pastas, while seafood picks include Alaskan king crab and king prawns. China Table focuses on Cantonese favorites such as Peking duck and suckling pig.
The highlight: China Table’s handmade dim sum selection The price: B1,490 per person; an extra B300 for free-flow sparkling, wines and beers.
When: Every Sunday 12.30-3.30pm
2/F, Radisson Blu Plaza, Sukhumvit Rd., 02-302-3333
Vie Love Brunch
The restaurant: French restaurant La Vie serves modern French cuisine amid a classy but casual wood-dominated setting.
The food: At this a la carte brunch, you can order as many dishes as you like from the restaurant’s regular menu.
The highlight: Signature dishes like foie gras escalope, ahi tuna nicoise salad, and lamb chop with aubergine caviar and garlic confit rosemary sauce
The price: B1,200; add an extra B1,300 for free-flow Lombard Champagne, wines and other selected beverages
When: Every Sunday 12pm-3pm
11/F, Vie Hotel, Phaya Thai Rd., 02-309-3939
Anantara Siam’s Sunday Brunch
Despite the hotel’s name change (from Four Seasons), the classic Sunday brunch remains. The open-air Parichart Court Shopping Garden is lined with international delights from the hotel’s top-drawer restaurants, including Madison Grill and Biscotti, served along with great wines.
The highlight: The steak from Madison, various foie gras dishes, sashimi and cheese selections, not to mention the Indian, Mediterranean and Chinese.
The price: B3,472 per person including free-flow beer, wine, cocktails and sparkling wine
When: Every Sunday 11:30am-3pm
G/F, Anantara Siam, 155 Rajadamri Rd., 02-126-8866
Surf & Turf Champagne Brunch
Fifty Five’s long-established Champagne brunch serves up a hearty Western meal in a prime, sky-high setting.
The highlight: Free-flow Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut Champagne, Bellinis and selected wines, plus premium imports like lobsters, charcuterie, wagyu, foie gras and rare cheeses from Italy and France. We also like the cooked-to-order menu, which includes artichoke and black truffle soup with toasted mushroom brioche, and the oysters with French “Echiré” butter and herbs.
The price: B3,955 per person
When: Every first Sunday of the month 11:30am-3pm
55/F, Centara Grand at CentralWorld, 999/99 Rama 1 Rd., 02-100-1234
Colonnade’s Sunday Brunch
This laidback Sunday feast features live cooking stations and views of the hotel’s water garden.
The highlight: The five-page-long list of international buffet dishes covers a lot premium produce, from Maine lobster to Japanese king crab to oysters from four countries to pan-fried foie gras and steaks.
The price: B3,000 including a welcome drink and free-flow fruit juices
When: Every Sunday noon-3pm
1/F, The Sukhothai, 13/3 Sathorn Rd., 02-344-8888