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Your guide to 6 post-lockdown hotel restaurant buffets in Bangkok

Stuffing ourselves until we dropped was something we really missed about hotel buffets during the lockdown. With the dine-in ban lifted, now, a few have re-opened with special offers (and extra safety measures) in place.

From live cooking stations to hot barbecues and sizzling curries, hotel restaurant buffets allowed us to savour a variety of foods one plate at a time. Moreover, they’re perfect for getting your family together or to gather your team for your next outing. Here, we’ve curated a list of hotel restaurants with buffets to satisfy your roaring dine-out craving.

[Hero Image Credit: InterContinental Bangkok; Featured Image Credit: Swissotel Bangkok Ratchada]

For brunch and dinner, the reopened Goji Kitchen & Bar serves a huge buffet of authentic regional cuisine complemented by popular Western dishes. Apart from the interactive live cooking stations, head there for the chef’s special Parrilla-grilled meats for a memorable dining experience.

[Image Credit: Goji Kitchen & Bar]

Brunch buffet hours
Sat-Sun, 11.30 am-2.30 pm
Dinner buffet hours
Thu-Sun, 4.30 pm-7.30 pm

Shang Palace Chinese Restaurant is welcoming back all dim sum lovers with their wide selections of free-flow dim sum lunch and signature a la carte items. Whether it’s steamed shrimp dumplings, xiao long bao, or steamed pork ribs in black bean sauce, the authentic Cantonese dine-in experience will leave you wanting more.

[Image Credit: Shangri-La Bangkok]

Lunch buffet hours
Wed-Sun, 11.30 am-3 pm

If you’re looking for a flavour-packed international breakfast buffet to perk you up, Rain Tree Café Bangkok has got you covered. This café is a modern interpretation of Thai neo-colonial design with a relaxing atmosphere that you need for the weekends. Their signature cured wild keta salmon with truffle poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and Chiang Mai avocado salsa is always popular among their repeat guests.

[Image Credit: Rain Tree Café Bangkok]

Breakfast buffet hours
Sat-Sun, 6.30 am-10.30 am

When Japanese food cravings strike, it’s hard to push them back down. And Takumi Japanese Restaurant is the Japanese buffet spot that you need to have off the top of your head. With over 60 dishes to choose from, you can happily feast on all the sushi, sashimi, and seafood you want. Seafood teppanyaki, wagyu beef and engawa sushi, and kani miso are some of the chef’s recommendations to check out.

[Image Credit: Swissotel Bangkok Ratchada]

Lunch buffet hours
Mon-Sun, 11 am-2.30 pm
Dinner buffet hours
Mon-Sun, 5.30 pm-8 pm

5 /6

Savour the taste of authentic homemade pastas and pizzas prepared in a wood-fire oven at La Tavola. Although it’s a time-limited buffet, the unlimited serving of Italian style and Asian twist dishes is certainly worth that carb craving on your cheat day. Those refreshing ingredients and addictive flavours are one to remember.

[Image Credit: Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel]

Dinner buffet hours
Thursdays, 4 pm-8 pm

Espresso is where you can get a bubbly Sunday brunch for a perfect start to your week. It’s where you can forget the daily stresses and indulge yourself in exceptional buffets in the most congenial dining area. Among the vast selection of distinctive delicacies, seafood flambe, foie grass in mango sauce, roasted lamb rack, and Peking duck are the stars of the show.

[Image Credit: Intercontinental Bangkok]

Brunch buffet hours
Sundays, 12 pm-3 pm
Your guide to 6 post-lockdown hotel restaurant buffets in Bangkok

Karatpetch Vattanapoon

As a culture enthusiast, Karatpetch loves to travel, learn new cultures and languages, and has great zealousness for food. She is also an amateur dancer of various styles. Watching sports, sightseeing, cooking, knitting and exploring beauty goodies are her moments of simple joy.

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