Kickstart your weekend with Olta's approachable take on British soul food.

In case you missed it, Suan Phlu's buzzing new restaurant Olta is now open for weekend brunch. 

Since opening his kitchen at the start of 2019, Scottish chef Jamie Wakeford (formerly of Phuket’s Bamphot Kitchen) has treated Bangkok to his particular brand of modern British cuisine.

If you've yet to try the chef's refined yet approachable bites in the daylight hours, our upcoming BK Brunch Club (five weekends, from Jun 15-Jul 14) has the deal for you. 

For just B1,300++/person, you get a sharing feast to rule them all: oysters, tomato ricotta toast, fish finger bao, eggs Benedict, waffle croque madame and finishing off with pain perdu. Trust us, this won't be your run-of-the mill Sunday brunch. 

And what's brunch without booze? That price is also inclusive of a drink from Olta’s cocktail menu—we're a sucker for the Suan Phlu Mule (vodka, honey, ginger, apricot and bitters, usually priced at B350).

Book your spot at Olta now!

Enjoy Bangkok’s best weekend feasts for five consecutive weekend running from Jun 15-Jul 14 as part of BK Brunch Club. Visit bkrestaurantweek.com/brunch for all the info. Here’s the full list of who’s taking part (and past experience tells us that some of these names will sell out fast):

80/20 | Aesop's Bangkok | Arroz | Babette's The Steakhouse (Hotel Muse) | Bangkok Trading Post |Billy's Smokehouse | Blue Parrot | La Bottega di Luca | The Brasserie at Waldorf Astoria | Cagette Canteen & Deli | La Casa Nostra | Cocotte | Haoma | Jua  | The Kitchen Table (W Bangkok) | Koi Restaurant | Luka Moto | Ocken | Olta | Pesca | Pizza Massilia | The Meatchop Butcher & Spirits |Tapas by Nan Charcoal Grill | Sensi | La Tavola (Renaissance Hotel)

Olta, 101/11 Suanphlu Rd. www.facebook.com/OLTA.BKK