One of the highlights of any weekend is a good Sunday brunch, but finding the perfect spot for a group of friends or a family gathering isn’t always easy. In fact, it can be quite stressful, and it can take all the fun out of what’s meant to be a leisurely and delicious activity.

A bountiful brunch spread at Feast.
A bountiful brunch spread at Feast.

Allow us to propose a location that will cater to all your needs: Feast, housed inside the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers, where you enjoy spectacular views of the Chao Phraya River from inside or on the outdoor terrace. Beyond the scenery, this weekly buffet brunch appeals to diners of different ages and with varying tastes by offering a wide array of edible treats.

A tasty selection of fresh seafood or vibrant vegetables.

You can determine the quality of any buffet based on its seafood selection, and here Feast doesn’t disappoint. Chilled lobster, Alaskan crab legs, oysters, scallops, salmon, king prawns and caviar are all served on ice for diners to pick and choose from, not to mention freshly rolled sushi. What’s more, the restaurant offers unlimited lobster Thermidor, a rich, buttery indulgence for seafood lovers to savour — and not something you’ll easily find on other menus in town.

The seafood tower at Feast.
The chilled seafood selection at Feast.

Those who don’t care for seafood need not worry, as there are plenty of other options to enjoy at Sunday brunch, from European options (pizza and pasta with a variety of sauces) to Japanese (sushi and sashimi made to order). For lovers of Chinese food, dim sum, Peking duck and roast suckling pig are amongst the tasty options you can expect to see every week. Thai, Indian and Western options round out the offerings, meaning you can eat just about anything you like here. In the mood for foie gras? No problem — it’s on the menu, too.

A range of homemade Italian gelato to cap off your meal.
A fantastic selection of homemade ice cream and Italian gelato to cap off your meal.

In addition to all this, a number of live cooking stations, serving up a variety of roasted and grilled meats such as lamb, steak and duck, are positioned throughout Feast, offering diners an interactive element to brunch. Last but not least, dessert options include homemade Italian gelato, luxurious chocolate fountains, made-to-order smoothies and more — something to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Sweet treats for kids of all ages to enjoy.
Sweet treats for kids of all ages to enjoy.

Feast’s brunch is great for families as well, as each Sunday features kid-friendly entertainers such as face painters and balloon makers. You can also take the family on a boat ride before and after the meal, as complimentary shuttle service is offered across the river between Saphan Taksin BTS Station to the hotel every half-hour.

Something to satisfy your sweet tooth perhaps?
Chocolate fountains to satisfy your sweet tooth.

The buffet brunch at Feast is available every Sunday from 11:30am to 3pm. Adults pay THB 2,000 each for the meal and unlimited, freshly squeezed fruit juices, while THB 2,800 includes free-flow beer and wine (prices are inclusive of tax and service charges). Children ages 3-12 are charged half price, another factor that makes this an attractive option for families.

Feast, G/F, Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers, 2 Charoen Krung Road Soi 30 (Captain Bush Lane), Siphya, Bangrak, Bangkok, +66 (0) 2266 0123,

Michael Alan Connelly
Head of Digital Content
A Chicagoan by birth and a New Yorker by habit, Michael has more than a decade of experience in digital publishing at leading titles in the U.S. and Asia. When he's not checking out Hong Kong's newest restaurants and bars or jet setting around the globe, you'll find him hanging out with his dog Buster and enjoying an Aperol Spritz.