Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so if you haven’t yet thought about how to spoil the matriarch of your family, let us be your guide. We’ve scoured the city for the best hotel restaurants offering up Mother’s Day menus, and came up with a list of mom-approved spots in Bangkok.
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A lovely afternoon tea never goes amiss but sometimes, you need something a little more special than scones. Check out Park Hyatt Bangkok’s Living Room, and savour their afternoon tea signature set (THB 1,200 for two) with Mom. The selection of savoury and sweet delights includes classic petit fours with a local twist; for instance, lemon tart topped with Thai pomelo and chocolate bavarois with chilli. Don’t forget to add THB 1,100 to treat the most special lady in your life with some bubbly or pot of tea-infused cocktail!
Fabulous news for moms! Brasserie Europa would like to treat you to a complimentary buffet this upcoming Saturday (offer only valid for a minimum booking of four per table, THB 1,225++ per person). Besides their usual but exquisite spread of premium seafood and succulent meats, they’ve also got a special Thai food corner and kids’ cooking workshops set up for the occasion. Young guests (THB 900++ per child) can make Mom feel special by presenting their very own celebration cake.
To make your health-minded mother feel pampered, treat her to lunch at The Lobby at The Peninsula Bangkok. The hotel has just launched a new delicious, health-conscious menu last month. And on this menu, we recommend the luscious pea velouté with truffle panna cotta, and grilled chicken served with a refreshing green apple and blueberry salad. But nothing says ‘I love you, Mom’ than spoiling her with the jasmine flower-infused mousseline and crispy chocolate praline for dessert. Who doesn’t love low-sugar, guilt-free sweet indulgences?
If you’re having a large family gathering to celebrate Mother’s Day, dim sum is probably the best option. Executive Chinese chef Teng Kam Seng at Man Ho has an all-you-can-eat dim sum menu (THB 1,500 net per person) prepared for you. From classic har gau steamed shrimp dumplings to decadent siu mai with tobiko caviar, the restaurant offers a variety of steamy dim sum plates. For dinner celebrations, they’ve also got a Chinese set menu that starts at THB 9,888++ per table, serving 8-10 people.
What better way to celebrate Mom than with a special meal in an elegant setting? Treat mom to a special, authentic Thai-style buffet (THB 1,200++ per person) at the Erawan Tea Room. The dining space is furnished with classic teakwood furnishings, comfy couches and handmade ceramics, exuding a sense of refined nostalgia. From succulent tiger prawn with red curry sauce to stir-fried soft-shell crab, the rich buffet selection is guaranteed to make mom smile.