With Mother’s Day literally just around the corner, we put together a list of Bangkok’s top dining spots that are offering specials to help you celebrate mum.
As we enter Mother’s Day week and reservations begin to fill up fast, those who haven’t made plans are beginning to feel the pressure. After all, for a woman who’s raised you through the key years of your life, you probably don’t want to settle for anything less than the best available. If you’ve still yet to decide which spots are good enough for the most important woman in your life, we’ve taken the liberty of doing most of the legwork for you — rounding up Bangkok’s top dining spots which may still have seats this Mother’s Day!
Mother’s Day Celebrations at The Dining Room, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Perfect for mums who have eclectic tastes, treat her to an indulgent meal at The Dining Room, where a sumptuous array of live cooking stations await. Whether it’s the Korean Dol-Sot-Bi-Bim-Bap corner, or the fresh offerings of sashimi, sea crab and French oysters, there’s definitely something there to win over everyone. If you’re also up for Western fare, be sure not to miss out on the hand-crafted pastas and pizzas, ore meatier servings of braised lamb shank, Black Angus short ribs, whole-roasted suckling pigs and more. Finish off your meal with a sweet treat, choosing from the impressive variety of desserts and ice creams.
THB2,500 net per person. 12-2:30pm for lunch, and 5:30-9:30pm for dinner, August 12, 2020. The Dining Room, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2254 1234, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mother’s Day Special at Il Fumo
This Mother’s Day, take mum out for an unforgettable dinner — new-wave, Portuguese style — at il Fumo. Just for the occasion, Chef and partner Nelson Amorim has prepared a special a la carte menu, to be shared between you and mum. Highlights on offer include servings of charcoal-grilled octopus with pistachio purée, Ibérico pork ‘Pluma’ with spiced carrots purée, seasonal mushrooms, and French charolais prime rib ‘Boucheries Nivernaises’. For those dining out on Mother’s Day, you can also receive a complimentary dish of charcoal-grilled Jumbo River Prawns with crab meat and saffron.
August 12, 2020. Il Fumo. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2286 8833, or email email@example.com.
Iconic Dishes for Mother’s Day at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
Not only is it mother’s day this Wednesday, but Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin has chosen to reopen its doors just for the occasion, providing the perfect place to treat mum. To celebrate, the one Michelin-starred restaurant is opting to look back at iconic dishes from the past decade, reminding diners of fondly loved plates served here in the past. Choices include yellow curry crab meat with corn, maine lobster salad with frozen red curry, foie gras with ginger and plum wine, as well as slow-cooked wagyu beef in homemade oyster sauce and more. Opt for either four, six, or eight-course menus — if you’re visiting on Mother’s Day, your mum will also receive a surprise hand-garland, along with a floral gift box and chocolates.
THB1,850++ for four courses, THB2,600++ for six courses, THB2,300++ for eight courses. 12-3pm for lunch, and 6-10pm for dinner. August 12 – 16, 2020. Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2162 9000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Amazing Boutique Brunch at Park Hyatt Bangkok
Brunch is always a good idea, especially if mum is the type to enjoy a memorable feast. Knowing this, the culinary team at Embassy Room, Park Hyatt Bangkok will be providing an exciting array of scrumptious delights, going from premium seafood on ice, to the restaurant’s famed wagyu tomahawk wellington. You can also enjoy other classics like their lobster bisque, foie gras and scallops, lamb chops, grilled tiger prawns and more. To commemorate the occasion, mums will all receive a complimentary brunch, along with a special jasmine-inspired gift from the pastry team.
THB2,900. 12-3pm, August 12, 2020. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2011 7480, or email email@example.com.
Free Entry and a Concert for Mum at King Power Mahanakhon
Bangkok’s iconic landmark King Power Mahanakhon is offering a “free for mum” promotion at Mahanakhon SkyWalk — giving mums nationwide complimentary front-row views of the city from Thailand’s highest rooftop and observation deck. All mums can get a free ticket with the purchase of an accompanying ticket, where they’ll be met with delectable a la carte options and set menus, backed by Bangkok’s stunning skyline. On Mother’s Day, there will also be an exclusive live performance by Suntraporn band, and mums can also enjoy a limited edition dessert — fittingly dubbed “Mother’s Love” — inspired by jasmines and butterfly pea, along with a special Mother’s Day mocktail.
Suntraporn Band will be playing from 12-2pm, and 6-8pm, August 12, 2020. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2677 8722, or visit the Official Facebook Page.
Mother’s Day Lunch at Madison, Anantara Siam Bangkok
Take your mum out for a truly scrumptious afternoon at Madison, where mums can enjoy a special appetiser tower, a main course choice, and — of course — a sweet treat. While a delicious meal is more than enough to win her heart, she’ll also get to spend the day with you. On top of everything, if you’ve got more than three paying guests at a table, your mum dines for free!
THB1,200++ per person. Noon onwards, August 12, 2020. Madison, Anantara Siam Bangkok. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2126 8866 ext 1201, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exquisite Healthy Thai Cuisine at Blue Elephant Dining School
Few things impress mum like something that’s indulgent and healthy. Knowing this, Chef Nooror Somany Steppe of Blue Elephant Cooking School & Restaurant has specially come up with an exquisite three-course set lunch menu, made using healthy ingredients. Featuring a blend of delicacies created from age-old recipes, your mum is sure to go on a nostalgic trip down memory lane, as she enjoys the likes of steamed aunchan black truffle dumplings, forgotten grilled mackerel curry, and nam prik ma-kham. The best part? Everything is made with healthy, organic herbs and superfoods from various provinces, so there’s absolutely no guilt in truly relishing in the meal. Of course, everything is wrapped up with a sweet-toothed finale of Chef Nooror’s classic savoury dessert, the kao niew piek lum yai — a serving of sticky rice pudding, topped with longan, and scented with butterfly pea, coconut cream, and a serving of aunchan coconut ice cream on the side.
THB653 net per person. 11am-9:30pm, throughout the month of August. Blue Elephant Cooking school & Restaurant. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2673 9353 8, or visit bluelephant.com.