Bangkok does Sunday brunch like no other city. In particular, champagne Sunday brunch.
We have wined and dined our way across this city, showcasing the most decadent Sunday feasts in Bangkok – serving the best bubbly to boot. Bon appétit!
The St. Regis Bangkok
The champagne: Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut
The highlights: The St. Regis’ take on eggs Benedict (lobster or smoked salmon and a perfect soft-boiled egg smothered in homemade hollandaise on a crispy English muffin); the caviar omelette (creamy eggs topped with 30 grams of Royal Baeri Caviar); the Siam Mary: two shots of vodka, tomato juice, Thai chillies, wasabi, dashi and Worcestershire crammed into a silver goblet.
The details: Available every Sunday at The St. Regis Bangkok from 12.30pm until 3.30pm. The champagne package is priced at 4,900 Baht (++) per person (including free-flow Veuve Clicquot Brut); 3,400 Baht (++) per person (including selected free-flow wines, sparkling wines, Siam Mary, Martinis, beers, smoothies, and juices); or 2,700 Baht (++) (including free-flow non-alcoholic beverages).
The champagne: Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV
The highlights: Made-to-order dishes, beautifully presented in miniature copper pans, such as wagyu medallions, Australian lamb, pan-fried foie gras, halibut, Alaskan king crab, Italian pork rind sausage and seared tuna loin. It’s also the longest brunch in Bangkok.
The details: Available every Sunday at Brasserie Europa at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok from 12.30-5pm. The champagne package is priced at 3,500 Baht ++ (including Johnnie Walker Gold Label, red and white wines, beer, a variety of classic cocktails, soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea) and 2,400 Baht ++ for the non-alchohol package.
The champagne: Taittinger Rosé and Vintage Brut, or Taittinger N/V Brut Reserve
The highlights: Favoured dishes from across the hotel’s venues, including sushi and sashimi from Shintaro (tuna, salmon, yellowtail, octopus, prawn); baked salmon, risotto, and fresh-cooked casareccia from Biscotti; tiger prawns, snow crab legs, mussels, sea scallops, Fine de Claire oysters, and Boston lobster; and Wagyu striploin, lamb chops, and crispy pork loin from Madison.
The details: Available every Sunday at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel from 11.30am-3pm. The vintage champagne package is priced at 9,500 Baht (++) per person (including free-flow vintage champagne, selected wines, beers, house spirits, soft drinks, and juices); 4,100 Baht (++) per person for the regular champagne package (including free-flow Taittinger N/V Brut Reserve, select wines, beers, house spirits, soft drinks, and juices); 3,200 Baht (++) per person for the sparkling wine package (including free-flow Prosecco, select wines, beers, house spirits, soft drinks, and juices); and 2,999 Baht (++) per person (including free-flow soft drinks, juices, mocktails, and water).
The champagne: Louis Roederer Brut Premier
The highlights: À la minute preparation and interactive, live cooking stations serving flamed scallop pernod (served with bell pepper, tomato and zucchini), roasted prime rib (with roasted vegetables and red wine sauce), oven-baked salmon (with tomato, lemon, capers and fresh herbs), champagne risotto (with parmigianino-reggiano cheese and truffle paste), beef bourguignon (served with sautéed vegetables) and lobster.
The details: Available every Sunday at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok from 11am-3pm. The champagne package is priced at 3,999 Baht (++) per person (including free-flowLouis Roederer Brut Premier, white and red wines, beers, soft-drinks, mocktails, iced tea, and mineral water.); 3,200 Baht (++) per person for the non-alcohol package.
Sundays at The Pen
The champagne: Louis Roederer Brut Premier or Louis Roederer Cristal
The highlights: All-you-can-eat Fine de Claire, Australian, and Irish oysters, as well as tiger prawns, river prawns, lobster, and snow crab claws and legs; à la minute entrées such as Lobster eggs Benedict and pan-seared snowfish; some of the best desserts in town prepared by The Peninsula’s in-house pâtissiers.
The details: Available every Sunday at The Peninsula Bangkok from 11.30am-2.30pm. The brunch is priced at 2,200 Baht (++) per person; the champagne package is priced at 3,200 Baht (++) per person (includes one bottles of Louis Roederer Brut Premier for two persons); the upgraded champagne package is priced at 5,300 Baht (++) per person (includes one bottles of Louis Roederer Cristal for two persons).
Up & Above at The Okura Prestige Bangkok
The champagne: Lombard et Cie NV Brut Réference
The highlights: Freshly shucked French, Australian and American oysters, premium Maine lobster, giant Alaskan king crab, seasonal mud crab, succulent prawns and plump Manila clams; in the Japanese section, sashimi and sushi – made from the freshest seafood from Tsukiji – represent the hotel’s signature outlet, Yamazato, based on the centuries-old traditional kaiseki ryori (Japanese haute cuisine).
The details: Available every Sunday at Up & Above Restaurant and The Okura Prestige Bangkok from 12 noon until 3pm. The champagne package is priced at 3,900 Baht (++) per person (including free-flow champagne, selected wines, Prosecco, local beers, cocktails, soft drinks, and mocktails); 3,300 Baht (++) per person for the Prosecco Sunday Brunch (including selected free-flow wines, Prosecco, local beers, cocktails, soft drinks, and mocktails); or 2,600 Baht (++) per person for the Classic Sunday Brunch (including free-flow soft drinks, and mocktails).
Rain Tree Café
The champagne: Moët & Chandon
The highlights: Grilled lobster, oysters (Fines de Clair, Belon, Irish and US), a caviar station, seafood on ice (crayfish, Alaskan king crab, tiger prawn and mussels), prime Australian beef rib, lamb rack and a Japanese station with fresh sashimi.
The details: Brunch is served at The Rain Tree Café at The Athenee Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok from noon until 3.30pm. The brunch is priced at 2,400 Baht per person (++). There are two free-flow beverage packages to choose from: 1,000 Baht (++) for the non-alcohol package and 2,100 Baht (++) for the alcohol package (including free-flow Moët & Chandon).
Colonnade at The Sukhothai Bangkok
The champagne: Louis Roederer Brut Premier
The highlights: Wild boar terrine, the lobster bisque flambé with Pernod and lobster butter, beef check with truffle and brown butter-infused mashed potatoes, and a vast selection of imported farm-house cheeses and whole bread. Don’t forget the live jazz band, currently featuring American singer Coco Rouzier.
The details: Available every Sunday at Colonnade at The Sukhothai Bangkok from noon until 3pm. The champagne brunch is 4,500 Baht (++) per person with free-flow champagne, sparkling wines, and and select wines. The non-alcohol package is priced at 3,000 Baht (++) per person.