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6 most indulgent Sunday brunches in Bangkok

Sunday brunch is not only a weekend activity amongst locals, but also a must-try for anyone visiting Bangkok. Nearly every hotel hosts one each weekend, promising a food and drink-riddled, adults-only afternoon for maximum indulgence. Nothing spells hedonism like drowning yourself in food and quality bubbly. From a top-notch brunch spot with endless live cooking stations, lavish buffet spread with free-flow Vintage Brut Champagne to the longest Champagne brunch in town, we’ve got the definitive guide to the most indulgent brunches you should be checking out when the weekend hits.

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Goji Kitchen & Bar

If your ideal brunch involves having your food freshly cooked in front of you in the midst of an extensive buffet spread, head over to Goji Kitchen & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. With an exemplary amount of live cooking stations featuring a wide variety of international cuisines (our favourite is the Spanish style roasted suckling pig grilled on a parrilla), expect nothing short of a sumptuous feast at this five-star brunch spot, with calming views over Benjasiri Park. Make sure you leave room for a diet-busting range of decadent Thai and Western desserts created by the hotel’s German Pastry Chef.

When: Every Sunday at 11:45am-2:30pm
Price: From THB 2,199 nett  (free-flow alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage packages are available at an additional charge)

Goji Kitchen + Bar, Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, +662 059 5999

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Parichart Court

Nothing can quite compare to a late breakfast with luxurious delicacies, free-flowing bubbles and cocktails in a beautiful lush garden setting. Known as one of the most-celebrated Sunday brunches in Bangkok, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel has put together a dazzling buffet featuring culinary favorites from the hotel’s award-winning restaurants, including sushi bar from Shintaro, Thai delicacies from Spice Market and Italian fares from Biscotti. For beverages, forget about free-flow wines, Martinis, Bloody Marys – we recommend going all out and having the restaurant’s Vintage Champagne Package, which comes with free flow Taittinger Rose and Vintage Brut Champagne (THB 9,500++).

When: Every Sunday at 11:30am-3pm
Price: From THB 2,999++

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, 155 Rajadamri Road, +662 126 8866

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NEXT2 Café

Boasting a breathtaking view of Chao Phraya River, NEXT2 Café at Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok is the place to be for those looking for a relaxing Sunday brunch. If you’re someone who simply can’t get enough of quality seafood, the riverside restaurant offers an extended spread of the freshest Maine lobster, Alaskan king crab and fresh Pacific Oysters. Highlights include a tempting selection of Chinese specialties from the hotel’s Chinese restaurant, Shang Palace – the Peking Duck is not to be missed.

When: Every Sunday at 12pm-3pm
Price: From THB 2,888++

Next2 Café, Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok, +662 236 9952

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Forget the usual seafood on-ice display – Feast at Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers is taking Sunday brunch by the river to another level by turning the venue into a local fish market. Expect an extensive seafood selection of lobster, Alaska crab legs, New Zealand mussels, oysters, scallops, salmon and King prawns. Pair these with some tasty white wine, and you’re all set for the day.

When: Every Sunday at 11:30am-3pm
Price: THB 2,000 nett (additional THB 800 for free-flow wine and beer)

Feast, Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers, 2 Charoen Krung Road Soi 30, +662 266 0123

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Brasserie Europa

Famed as the ‘Sunday Longest Champagne Brunch’, Brasserie Europa at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok stretches until 5pm – which means you will have plenty of time to savour the one of Bangkok’s most gourmet buffet offerings, from fine de Claire oysters and snow crab to oven-baked duck in a tart plum sauce. The bubbling Champagne package (THB 3,500++) features free-flow Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne NV and an extensive choice of cocktails to complement mellow Sunday afternoons. For dessert, expect everything from a tart rhubarb and meringue tart to a rich chestnut cake – there’s no rush in sampling them all.

When: Every Sunday at 12:30pm-5pm
Price: From THB 2,400++

Brasserie Europa, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, 991/9 Rama I Rd., +662 162 9000

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Theo Mio

Theo Mio at InterContinental Bangkok is the place to scarf down Italian delights on a lazy Sunday afternoon. With a focus on seasonal ingredients and dishes, the restaurant’s signature dishes include bruschetta al pomodoro (grilled sourdough bread with tomato, basil and olive oil), porchetta (roast pork belly), pizza and of course, tiramisu. The best part? It comes with unlimited prosecco, red and white wine, special “Sunkissed” cocktail, soft drinks and mocktails.

When: Every Sunday at 11:30am-2pm
Price: From THB 1,488++ (free-flow wine and selected alcohol included)

Theo Mio, InterContinental Bangkok, 973 Phloen Chit Rd., +662 656 0444

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