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We, like you, know that Saturdays and Sundays are best spent around a dining table, preferably one sagging with wholesome sharing plates alongside awesome company. That’s why, for our next big Bangkok foodie event, we’re putting the spotlight on brunch. For five consecutive weekends starting Jun 15, The BK Brunch Club partners with over 20 of the city’s lightest, brightest, most daytime-friendly dining spots to roll out sensational sharing menus of the finest produce.

The BK Brunch Club isn’t your run-of-the-mill Sunday brunch with long buffet lines and the same old cooking stations. We’re talking at least four courses at every restaurant, most or all of them served family-style just for your table, with menus starting from just B1,000 per person. And what’s brunch without booze? Plenty of the Brunch Club venues will also be offering alcohol packages for an additional B500.

Who’s taking part? Many of Bangkok’s top fine-dining and fine-casual restaurants, including Ocken, The Meatchop and names that don’t normally do brunch or even lunch, such as 80/20, Jua and Sensi. This is their opportunity to create special dishes—and for you to sample them.

Pre-booking is now open for Citibank credit card users, while general booking for all card types opens on Jun 1. For full updates on menus and prices, stay peeled to bkrestaurantweek.com/brunch

 

80/20

 

The Place: 2019 saw Charoenkrung’s hipster hangout go upscale: kitchen bar seats, tasting menu, wine pairing and craft cocktails. Fermentation remains at the heart of chef Napol Jantraget’s nine-course menu, whether it’s a sinfully crisp slice of pork belly topped with infused mushroom and served with a fermented chili sauce or a tangy coconut cream with smoked goby fish. Desserts by Japanese pastry chef Saki Hoshino forgo sweetness in favor of sublimely challenging new flavors.

Price: 1,500++/ person

Date: 15-16, 23, 30 Jun / 7,14 Jul

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Aesop's

 

The Place: This next-gen rebirth of a family-run Greek restaurant from Sydney conjures an ouzo-fueled party atmosphere. A sharing feast of vibrant classics like eight-hour lamb shoulder, chicken souvlaki and char-grilled Mediterranean octopus will be followed by a full blown daytime party, inspired by summer on the Greek islands. In a hall made for big, boisterous gatherings, guests are encouraged to hurl crockery, as is Greek tradition, to a soundtrack of “Zorba’s Dance.”  

Price: B1,250++ / Person

Date:  15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Arroz

 

The Place: With its terracotta-tiled garden and spacious, Mediterranean-referencing dining room, this is far more than your average tapas bar. The menu and food covers all sorts of paella and different rice dishes with an authentic Spanish taste as well as different tapas and a fine selection of well known Spanish wines. Most of the ingredients used here come from Spain, which helps to keep the flavors authentic. 

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Babette’s The Steakhouse

 

The Place: Amid Art Deco-referencing decor, Babette’s brings together some of the finest meats from Australia, Japan and America cooked in a French style with various sauces to match. Apart from its steaks, the menu also comprises a variety of pan-seared seafood, New World wines, Champagne and classic cocktails. Book in advance for the seat with views.

The event: Hotel Muse BK Brunch Club Menu 

Price: 1,400++/diner

Date: 16,23,30 Jun / 7,13 Jul

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Bangkok Trading Post

 

The Place: With its soaring glass walls, cool marble tables and herringbone floors, this luxurious but hip all-day-bistro has become the neighborhood's go-to for brunch. Drop by for an East-meets-West array of pizzas, fluffy quinoa pancakes, shakshuka and beef rendang as you unwind with a cold-pressed juice among Phrom Phong's beau monde.

Price: B1,000++ / Person

Date:  15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Billy’s Smokehouse

 

The Place: You might know Billy Bautista from Osito Unique Spanish and La Monita. Here, Billy takes on low-and-slow smoked meats with an all-American barbecue approach that nods to his California roots. Billy's Smokehouse busts out giant plates of finger-licking smoked meat that come in at under B1K per head, including all the sides your stomach could wish for. 

The event: Billy’s Smokehouse Brunch Club Sharing Menu

Price: B1,400++/Person

Date: 15,22,29 Jun / 6,13 Jul

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Blue Parrot

 

The Place: The backyard at Revolucion Cocktail and Clandestino Cantina has become Sathorn's newest tropical escape. Blue Parrot takes a more family-oriented route, opening from 11:30am six days a week to offer a brunch-y vibe amid trees and faux grass. On top of a bottle-shaped swimming pool and petanque strip, there's a dedicated play area to keep the little ones occupied.

Price: B1,000++/Person for All Options

Date: 29,30 Jun / 6-7, 13-14 Jul

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Cagette Canteen and Deli

 

The Place: Find your way to Cagette Canteen and Deli for a bounty of fresh seafood, stinky cheeses, cold cuts and simple French comfort dishes. “Cagette” is French for crate, the wooden sort that evokes the bountiful fresh markets of yester-century France, and the decor is thusly themed—farmhouse transmuted by the industrial revolution. As well as being one of the ‘hood’s top French restaurants, Cagette also doubles as a grab-and-go deli.

Price: B1,490++/Person

Date:  15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun

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Cocotte

 

The Place: Sukhumvit's rusticated steak and rotisserie meats specialist pairs cosmopolitan lounge bar vibes with the comfort of big portion sharing plates and hearty flavors. Tomahawk steak, burgers, Barbary duck and crispy pig are the orders of the day, as are the cold cuts and cheeses from the restaurant's deli.

Price: B1290++/Person , B1490++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Haoma

 

The Place: This modern two-story wood house with backyard views is the brainchild of two Indian chefs, Deepanker Khosla and Tarun Bhatia, who are both zealots for the farm-to-table and zero-waste approach. The humble tomato is elevated in high-wire dishes like the Tomato Mist with whey, Indian barrage, blueberry and celery, though meat-lovers will take comfort in the wagyu short ribs, assisted by glazed eel, smoked eggplant, black garlic, raw mushrooms and buckwheat foam.

Price: B1,199++/Person

Date:  15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Jua

 

The Place: Nestled deep down a residential Charoenkrung soi, far removed from the Japanese hotbed that is Sukhumvit, this sleek modern izakaya is providing the fuel for many a big night out. To go with the artisanal sake, natural wines and cocktails, chef Chet Atkins applies expert preparation and excellent produce to yakitori and kushiyaki (Japanese-style grilled skewers), as well as stylish interpretations of Japanese and Korean comfort food.

Price: B1,500++/Person

Date: 29-30 Jun / 6-17, 13-14 Jul

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Koi

 

The Place: This swanky Japanese party lounge combines Koi restaurant and next-door hotspot, The Club by Koi. The California-born brand’s long, narrow space boasts a sultry ambience with leather upholstered seats, stunning views and a deeply polished bar. Their Japanese comfort food comes with a Californian twist, like spicy tuna on crispy rice cakes or chicken teriyaki with wasabi mashed potato.

Price: B1,500++/Person 

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun

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La Bottega Di Luca

 

The Place: Sardinia-born head chef Andrea Ortu ensures a menu that brims with serious D.O.P. produce scoured from the lengths of Italy—a rich Sicilian pistachio paste to cut through a plate of Brittany lobster and clam gnocchi, a Pecorino cheese foam atop unctuous lamb fragola, and classics like founder Luca Appino's black truffle cheese risotto. The classy dining room is primed for special occasions, while the dark wooden balcony offers a more relaxed vibe.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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La Casa Nostra

 

The Place: Come the cooler months, diners flock to the cozy outdoor terrace for the pick of the bottles from the wine cellar and chef Nino Scognamillo’s rustic-yet-refined Italian cuisine. Juicy grilled meats are joined on the menu by “nonna-style” gnocchi and premium produce like Cantabrian anchovies.

The event: La Casa Nostra Brunch Club Sharing Menu

Price: B1,500++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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La Tavola

 

The Place: Renaissance Hotel’s signature Italian restaurant serves up refined, twist-free classics in an equally sophisticated dining room featuring large windows, blond wood decor and crisp white tablecloths. Wood-fired pizzas vie for attention with their 11 varieties of homemade pasta and an alluring antipasti table. Be sure to leave room for dessert, be it red berry panna cotta or creamy tiramisu. 

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6-7 Jul

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Luka Moto

 

The Place: This handsome cafe, the follow up to a Sathorn favorite, will have you eating your breakfast burrito while lusting over retro-style big bikes thanks to a partnership with BMW. Feast on carb-heavy creations like “Gangnam style” crunchy chicken thigh on a kimchi waffle with poached egg and gojuchang ketchup or the perfectly sweet and savory French toast with bacon, grilled banana and syrup. And if you want to skip on the coffee, they’ll even pour you punchy bloody Mary.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 29-30 Jun / 13-14 Jul

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Ocken

 

The Place: The same team as Thonglor brunch favorite Roast, headed by chef Johnny Liu, here goes in for cross-continental small plates that are built for sharing and unafraid of creative flavor combinations—think butter-aged Angus ribeye and beef tartare with nduja aioli. The buzzy dining room is the embodiment of good taste, mixing green and terracotta tiles, tactile woods and lashings of stainless steel.

Price: B1,250++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Olta

 

The Place: Olta shoots for the sweet spot between casual afterwork meetups and special-occasion dining through teal banquettes, moody down-lighting, walls popping with black-and-white contemporary art and a soundtrack flipping between mid-tempo hip-hop and singalong indie. Bar snacks like the Scotch egg and Thai wagyu tartare sandwich hint at humble origins, but regular, run-of-the-mill pub grub this ain’t. The cocktail list is short, but no after-thought, also reveling in fresh ingredients and refreshed recipes. 

The event: Olta Brunch Club Sharing Menu

Price: B1,300++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro

 

The Place: Cocotte's sister restaurant, Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro, ditches the farmhouse for the Mediterranean seaside and serves up imported seafood alongside hefty slabs of meat within a sprawling blue and white house. Inside, the open kitchen bustles with all the action of a fresh seafood market. A few steps away you'll find a market-esque deli counter and a small wine room.

Price: B1290++/Person / B1490++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Pizza Massilia (Ruam Rudee)

 

The Place: Inspired by the Neapolitans who emigrated to France and the USA, Italian chef and restaurateur Luca Appino (La Bottega di Luca) takes a cross-continental approach to pizzas. Pumped out of two massive ovens from Italy, the pizzas here are delicate and refined affairs that often bear extravagant toppings sourced from Italy and France—think mortadella, truffles and fior di latte—all served in a calming blue and white dining room.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Pizza Massilia (Sukhumvit)

 

The Place: Inspired by the Neapolitans who emigrated to France and the USA, Italian chef and restaurateur Luca Appino (La Bottega di Luca) takes a cross-continental approach to pizzas. Pumped out of two massive ovens from Italy, the pizzas here are delicate and refined affairs that often bear extravagant toppings sourced from Italy and France—think mortadella, truffles and fior di latte—all served in a calming blue and white dining room.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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Sensi

 

The Place: This welcoming Sathorn back-street institution makes the most of its incredible produce. Aside from a la carte, chef Stefano Merlo’s tasting menus offer a fun, interactive version of Italian fine dining, pairing dainty creations like a burratta-stuffed tomato caprese salad with heftier meat and pasta plates, including darnnear the best lasagna you’re likely to find.

Price: B1,200++/Person

Date: 16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6-7 Jul

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Tapas by Nan Charcoal Grill

 

The Place: Northern Spain's Basque cuisine of coal-grilled meats takes the center stage at Taps by Nan Charcoal Grill. In the casual, soft-industrial space, complete with vast windows and some green visions, owner-chef Vimvadee Piyavanich and her team cook up imported meat and local seafood on a charcoal-fired Josper grill. The results give a beautiful smoky, char-grilled aroma to dishes like the Galician-style octopus served with confit potato and the Iberico pork presa.

Price: B1,000++/Person / B1,250++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

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The Brasserie

 

The Place: Sitting on the upper lobby of the palatial Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, The Brasserie serves up sharing dishes of beef Bourguignon and other simple French staples to go with craft beer and cider on normal days—if you didn't know, "brasserie" is French for brewery, but often describes venues with a large selection of drinks in general. 

Price: B1,500++ / Person

Date: 16, 23, 30 Jun / 7, 14 Jul

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The Kitchen Table

 

The Place: The chic W Bangkok’s signature restaurant serves Asian flavors in comforting portions with plenty of European influences. Expect plenty of slow-cooking, such as in the 48-hour braised beef short ribs and crispy, roasted duck breast, but also an emphasis on well-balanced spices. The pad pong gari pu nim (curried wok-fried soft shell crab) served with Maine lobster is a real highlight. Unlike the glamorous and glittery purple vibe of the hotel, the restaurant also sports a warmer interior of wooden furniture, coaches and amber lighting.

Price: B1,350++/Person

Date:  16, 23, 30 Jun / 7, 13-14 Jul

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The Meatchop Butcher and Spirits

 

The Place: This carnivore heaven serves premium steak and tasty tapas bites from an open kitchen. Grilled prime cuts include a 270-day aged Australian black Angus, while smaller plates like jamon Iberico and the trending wagyu katsu sando are perfect to nibble on while sipping on a classic cocktail. Black tiling meets pastel pinks and greens and pink-tinged lighting for a hip, fun atmosphere.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun

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