The legend continues at The Sukhothai Bangkok’s jazzy Sunday brunch
EVERY Sunday at noon, The Sukhothai Bangkok’s international restaurant transforms itself into a haven for food connoisseurs and presents a brunch worthy of legendary status; continuing to attract guests with an ever improving and wider selection of quality cuisine, a larger live food station and exciting live entertainment from American jazz diva Coco Rouzier.
Any buffet aficionado knows to begin their culinary journey with a fresh array of seafood and crustacean specialties. Five types of European oysters are on offer, freshly shucked to order. Next to which you will find Alaskan king crab, Maine lobster, Sicilian brown crab, snow crab leg, and rock lobster.
The newly expanded Japanese section offers a mouthwatering selection of sushi and sashimi inculding engawa, foie gras, hamachi, hotate, unagi, tamago, suzuki, hogigai, maguro, ikura and many more.
Switching to cold cuts and salads, you’ll find a variety of hams, salamis, and signature salads. Alongside which is a pate and terrines section complete with foie gras pate, black truffles, port jelly, terrine whole duck foie gras and duck rillettes, served with brioche bread and pickles, in addition to pan-fried foie gras made to order.
A must-try are the Sukhothai signature soups: lobster bisque flambe with Pernod and lobster butter, and truffle and wild mushroom cream soup with fresh sliced black truffle.
Moving on to mains, you’ll find roasted Wagyu prime rib with Yorkshire puddings and red wine sauce, roasted pork porchetta, as well as baked ‘Glacier 51’ toothfish wellington and spinach cream at the carving station.
Several Thai specialties from the hotel’s famed Thai restaurant, Celadon, are available at a live station, including khao soi braised lamb or chicken.
End your feast with a selection of more than 25 varieties of farm house cheese, chocolate eclairs, chocolate torte, deep dish pavlova, cheese cake, The Sukhothai signature chocolate truffles and sticky toffee pudding, plus a live station for A la minute tiramisu with your choice of liquors and crepes suzette. Made to order mango and sticky rice is also available.
The Sunday brunch is priced at B3,000++ per person for food only or B4,500++ per person for food accompanied by free flow wine and champagne.
The colonial-era setting transports you back in time and provides a touch of luxury, while the jazz band’s melodic tunes are the perfect backdrop for a relaxed and enjoyable Sunday afternoon.
Valet parking is available at the hotel.
The Sukhothai Bangkok. 13/3
South Sathorn Road. 02 344 8888.