Bunny hop into the weekend with these fun-filled Easter brunches.

Easter Sunday is just around the corner and whether you’re planning a fun-filled weekend of easter egg hunting or a casual meal with your family, there’s no better way to celebrate than rolling them all into one. From bottomless booze to bunny-shaped lollipops, these Easter brunches offer something that will keep both the adults and children satisfied throughout the coming weekend.


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Stock.Room at Kimpton Maa-Lai

This egg-centric brunch at Kimpton Maa-Lai’s Stock.Room features reinterpretations of classic egg dishes such as lobster caviar eggs benedict and steak and eggs. Kids will be equally treated to a fine meal as the hotel has prepared a sweet-filled extravaganza of donuts, fluffy pancakes, and candies for them to enjoy. Going with your family? Keep it classy with some Bloody Marys. Bringing your crew? Jello shots galore. Whatever you choose will be served to you by roller-skating waitstaff while the DJ plays your favorite party beats. Let the good times roll.

When: Sunday April 4th
Time: free flow from 11.30 am-3.30 pm
How much: THB 1,950++ per adult, including food and soft drinks; THB 750++ per child up to age of 12, and children under 4 dine for free; THB 950++ to celebrate with a free flow of mimosa and more

Kimpton Maa-Lai, 78 Soi Tonson, Lumpini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, +662 056 9999.


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Zuma at The St. Regis Bangkok

Why not try a Japanese-style Easter brunch this year? Zuma is well known for their excellent brunches and their acclaimed free-flow Sunday Brunch will feature Bangkok’s largest izakaya-style buffet selection. Choose from an overflowing spread of fresh sushi, sashimi, tempura, salads, and robata-grilled items, and pick your own main course. Children can also enjoy this brunch with kids portions or a selection from the kids menu. Additionally, there are also free flow beverage packages for those looking for an unlimited drink fix.

When: Saturday April 3rd to Sunday April 4th, Sunday April 11th and every Sunday thereafter
Time: free flow from 11 am-3 pm
How much: Signature THB 2,180 per person (food and soft drinks); Deluxe THB 3,180 per person (food, Bottega Prosecco, wine and beer); Premium THB 4,180 per person (food, Bollinger Cuvee champagne, sake, wine and beer); Children aged 4-10 THB 1,080 per person; Children aged below 4 eat for free (1 child per 1 paying adult only, main course not included)

Zuma, 159 Ratchadamri Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, +662 252 4707.


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Goji Kitchen+ Bar at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park

No Easter brunch is complete without an Easter egg hunt, and that’s exactly what Goji Kitchen + Bar has in store for the kids. While their children are busy chasing the Easter bunny, parents can enjoy traditional Easter dishes such as roasted lamb, Easter ham, and hot cross buns, and baked Atlantic cod from the live cooking stations. Diners who want a more international array of flavors can also opt for Asian dishes like Peking duck and braised wagyu beef noodles. Don’t forget to stop by the dessert stand to round off your meal with chocolate Easter bunnies and carrot cake.

When: Sunday April 4th
Time: 11.30 am-2.30 pm
How much: THB 2,228++ per person

Goji Kitchen + Bar, 159 Ratchadamri Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, +662 059 5999.


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The Living Room and Rossini’s at The Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

For something a little classier than your typical spring meal, consider the Sunday Jazzy Brunch at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, which will be held across two of their restaurants, The Living Room and Rossini’s. This international spread will cover Italian, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cuisines. Highlights from the brunch will include Oysters Rockefeller with spinach Pernod cream, braised rabbit cacciatore, honey roasted Virginia ham with berry sauce, and Easter black rice pudding. Brining your little ones? They’ll be treated to a fun-filled egg painting workshop or an Easter egg hunt.

When: Sunday April 4th
Time: 12 pm-3 pm
How much: THB 2,500++ per person; free flow wines for an additional THB 999++ per person; Teenagers aged between 13 – 19 years old dine at THB 1,250++ per person (food only), children aged between 6 – 12 years old dine at THB 850++ per person, and children aged under 6 years old dine free when accompanied by a paying adult.

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, 250 Sukhumvit Soi 12-14, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, +662 649 8888.

Minnie Ongsricharoenporn
Managing Editor, Bangkok
Minnie is a distance runner and fitness junkie who is always on the lookout for her next runcation destination. Gyms, spas, and hotels are her natural habitats. She hopes to complete all six World Marathon Majors one day.