Sunday Brunch Is Back

Sunday Brunch Is Back

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is delighted that Chef Prin Polsuk and the culinary team behind one of Bangkok’s most talked about private dining kitchens, SAMRUB SAMRUB THAI will be on duty on Sunday 3rd October at the luxury hotel as its famed Sunday Brunch is back, albeit under the new normal conditions.

 

Set in leafy Ratchadamri and home to some of Bangkok’s best restaurants, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel has long been heralded as the host of the city’s most bountiful brunch. After a brief break, the Sunday celebration returns, welcoming foodies and families looking to round off the week in style at physically distanced tables set inside air-conditioned dining rooms, as well as al fresco in the hotel’s lush open-air garden courtyard.

 

The Sunday Brunch flows from 11.30am – 3pm, spreading throughout Parichart Court and Aqua Bar into Madison and Spice Market restaurants, offering a lavish buffet with live stations such as sensational sushi; an aromatic Asian corner; flame-grilled meats; freshly prepared Italian fare; and an ever-changing selection of signature hot dishes. Diners can look forward to savouring premium starters served à la minute, ensuring their antipasti; salads and seafood; select sushi and sashimi; Peking duck; and crispy pork retain their flavours and freshness.

 

Main courses will be served à la carte, prepared and individually plated to perfection, while the grand finale comprises a choice of delectable desserts.

 

Sunday Brunch is served at Madison, Spice Market and Aqua Bar at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel every Sunday from 11.30am and is priced at Bt2,200++, which includes free-flow soft drinks and mineral water.

 

With physical distancing in mind, seating is limited and advance bookings are highly recommended. For more information and reservations, call +66 (0) 2126-8866 or email: dining.asia@anantara.com.

 

Source: Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas.

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