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5 Beautiful Brunch Places In Bangkok

Weekend brunch is a decadent food tradition that has definitely taken root in Bangkok. With a variety of cafes and hotel restaurants offering a wide selection of breakfast dishes from all around the globe (eggs benedict to congee, muesli to khao tom), visitors to Bangkok have many great options to help them get ready for a big day of sightseeing, nurse their hangovers from the previous night’s extravagance, or celebrate Sunday Funday.

To get you started, The Culture Trip has listed Bangkok’s 10 Best Brunches and Late Breakfasts to Try This Weekend, including some of the swankiest options for brunchers looking for a Bangkok hi-so experience.

Some of our favourite spots include:

1. The Rain Tree Café at Plaza Athénée Bangkok

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The Rain Tree Café at Plaza Athénée Bangkok

Serving plates that appeal equally to the eyes and the taste buds, Sunday brunch at the Plaza Athénée will doubtless satisfy the most epicurean palette. From Thai food to European cheeses, and a sumptuous spectrum of seafood and meats — both local and imported — brunch at The Rain Tree Cafe offers an amazing variety in every department. Enhancing the casual atmosphere, you’ll enjoy a naturalistic display of potted bamboo plantings and an orchid blossom set at every table. Guests can enjoy their meal either a booth or at a wooden table, perhaps fancying how the cafe’s carefully crafted ambience resonates with the polished wood or checkered floors.

Address: 61 Witthayu Road (Wireless Rd.), Plaza Athenee Bangkok | Tel: +66 2 650 8800 ext. 4346

2. Four Seasons Hotel

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The Four Season’s Hotel

Famed for its quintessentially Thai hospitality, guests at The Four Seasons Hotel — the grandaddy of Bangkok brunch venues — choose from a delectable assortment of seafood, salads, and pastries, as well as from a range of local and international dishes, including Japanese, Indian, Italian and Thai specialties. As noted on their website, brunch at the Four Seasons also features ‘an unlimited Thai Chili Bloody Mary Bar and endless bubbles, mimosas and martinis’. Whether they choose to dine en plein air, in the gardens of Aqua Lounge, or in the more subdued but equally charming steakhouse setting of Madison, guests will partake of plates concocted by award-winning restaurants. You can even watch your food being prepared at one of the live cooking stations.

Address: 155 Rajadamri Road | Tel: +66 2 126 8866

 

3. Lord Jim’s at Mandarin Oriental

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Lord Jim’s at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok (Pic credit: Mandarin Oriental Bangkok)

Known for its excellent seafood plates, some of the enticing perks Lord Jim’s at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok offers guests are a private dining room experience set in an attractively fin-de-siecle setting and a romantic view of the Chao Phraya river. Named after Joseph Conrad’s eponymous hero, Lord Jim’s is one repast you won’t want to abandon, having been a staple of Bangkok buffet lunches for some time now. True to its seafaring theme, the ambience will remind you of a luxury ship’s cabin. Menu highlights include Lord Jim’s signature dish – whole Mediterranean sea bass baked in rock salt crust, served with potato and crab dauphinoise, lettuce with fennel, green mango shavings, caper berry and toasted almonds.

Address: 48 Oriental Avenue, Mandarin Oriental Bangkok | Tel: +66 2 659 9000

4. Tribeca Restobar

The Tribeca Restobar
The Tribeca Restobar

Owned by siblings Rishi and Shareen Arora, the Tribeca Restobar is an all-day everyday brunch affair that advertises itself as: ‘A Taste of New York in the Heart of Bangkok.’ Fronted by a classy cafe-like visage instantly recognisable to any New Yorker, the same company that designed the Mellow in Thonglor (Whitespace Co) did the Restobar’s interior design. An outdoor terrace awaits you at the back of the restaurant, from which you can order standout dishes like the carbonara pasta, or more traditional brunch items such as buttermilk pancakes with bananas. Don’t forget to take advantage of the all-you-can-drink champagne.

Address: RG02, Ground floor, Nihonmura mall, 85 Thonglor 13, Bangkok, Thailand | Tel: +66 2 712 9209

5. Lord Jim’s at Mandarin Oriental

 

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Lord Jim’s at Mandarin Oriental

Known for its excellent seafood dishes, some of the enticing perks Lord Jim’s offers guests are a private dining room experience set in an attractively fin-de-siècle setting and a romantic view of the Chao Phraya river. Named after Joseph Conrad’s eponymous hero, Lord Jim’s is one repast you won’t want to abandon, having been a staple of Bangkok buffet lunches for some time now. True to its seafaring theme, the ambience will remind you of a luxury ship’s cabin. Menu highlights include Lord Jim’s signature dish: whole Mediterranean sea bass baked in rock salt crust, served with potato and crab dauphinoise, lettuce with fennel, green mango shavings, caper berry and toasted almonds.

Address: 48 Oriental Avenue, Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand | Tel: +66 2 659 9000

Check out The Culture Trip’s full article here.

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Amy is addicted to books and travel, which fits perfectly into her BKK NGO-employee lifestyle. She likes relaxing in a café with a book just as much as she likes exploring a new city, meaning she's perpetually happy on vacation but easily distracted the rest of the time.

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