TRADER VIC’S restaurant at the Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa has been wowing Bangkok diners with its French-inspired Pacific Rim cuisine for over 19 years – a stunning achievement in a city where many international restaurants often flounder and fail in a matter of months after opening.
The secret of Trader Vic’s success stems partly from its sterling reputation. Ask any long-term expat about Trader Vic’s Sunday Brunch and they’ll likely go all starry-eyed and tell you how it’s one of the best in town. And they’re not wrong. Offering free flow Mai Tai cocktails and mountains of tasty food in a tropical riverside setting for just B1,799++, the brunch is amazing.
But it’s not just the brunch that warrants praise here. There’s also the fact that the restaurant looks great. Its interior, which is decorated with Polynesian masks and tiki carvings, has always been inspired, and a recent refurbishment now means it looks even better.
Pacific Rim cuisine is served in style at this delightful riverside restaurant