Sunday brunch in Bangkok should be on everyone’s travel itinerary: a buffet of the world’s finest delicacies all freshly prepared and presented for guests to enjoy at their leisure. The sheer excess of the occasion needs to be experienced at least once and with Bangkok’s great value prices, it is significantly cheaper than can be found in most other tourist destinations in the world. Whether its oysters, lobster, roast leg of lamb, divine desserts or free flow wines and cocktails, a Sunday brunch is the best way to spoil your loved ones and let them indulge in all their favourites till their heart’s content (it’s probably a good idea to wear loose fitting clothes).
Running from late morning into mid-afternoon, many of the top hotels offer a Sunday brunch but our Best Brunches in Bangkok are those that we feel have the greatest range of gourmet ingredients from around the globe, classic settings as well as limitless amounts.
- Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Vertigo & Moon Bar Rooftop Dining
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Shangri-La Hotel's Buffet Dinner Cruise
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Siam Niramit Dinner Show
- Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show
- Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise
- Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha Half-Day Tour
How Much: 3,000 baht ++ food only; 4,500 baht ++ with unlimited Louie Roeder champagne, wine and cocktails
The Sukhothai Sunday brunch has an elegant, almost-regal feeling. Certainly, it is the top pick for visiting parents or a refined afternoon with discerning guests. Louie Roeder champagne packages are available for extra special occasions.
Highlights include whole foie gras canard cooked a la minute and served with a chutney, four choices of oysters imported from across Europe, sushi, sashimi, and a huge short rib roast beef joint. More than 10 types of cheeses, including a fantastic raclette grilled cheese served with pickles and cured meats. The buffet selection has been carefully curated so that everything on offer is something special. Read More...
How much: 1,699++ baht (with soft drinks), 3,999++ baht (with free champagne, wine, and signature cocktails)
Opening Hours: 11:30 to 15:00
If the hustle and bustle of Bangkok gets too much, escape to this Polynesian-inspired paradise with a full range of Thai delicacies, seafood including Alaskan crab and three kinds of oysters and a menu of fantastic cocktails. The fruity and powerful mai tai cocktail was first invented by Trader Vics’ California branch so it’s the perfect place to try one…or several. As you enter, all guests receive a garland of flowers and there is a live band performing throughout the afternoon which helps to create the most convivial atmosphere of all the Sunday brunches in Bangkok.
Highlights: Excellent free-flow cocktails, live music and a relaxed ‘holiday’ vibe with river views. Don’t miss the fresh seafood station and a range of steaks and seafood cooked to order. Read More...
How much: 3,200++ (without alcohol), 3,999++ baht (with open bar including free-flow Louis Roederer champagne)
Opening Hours: 11:00-15:00
This sophisticated dining room focuses on European delicacies with roast beef and lamb, smoked salmon, pan fried scallops, Italian cold cuts and a lusciously rich lobster bisque with a faint overture of cognac. All guests are served unlimited red lobster, and the fantastic cake room is a feast for the eyes. Dimly lit and demure, Tables Grill Sunday Champagne brunch is a great option for a date.
Highlights: Focus on European style cuisine, lobster prepared in a number of ways, a dedicated cake room and the finest lobster bisque in Bangkok. Read More...
Where: Chit Lom/Siam
How much: 1,999++ baht (add on 1,299++ for free flow Prosecco, 4,599++ for free flow Veuve Clique)
Opening Hours: 12:00-15:00
Bubbly Sunday Brunch at Intercontinental has the most impressive selection of classic British dishes of all the brunch menus in Bangkok. Guests can feast on roast beef, lamb hot pot, and a sublime desserts spread, among many others. Smooth jazz entertains the crowd and a range of free-flow packages keeps everyone jolly. Add to this a half red lobster for every guest, delivered direct to your table, and seafood delicacies such as chucked oysters, shrimp and mussels, and you can see why this is one of the most popular Sunday brunches in Bangkok.
Another plus point is the location: with direct access from Chit Lom BTS Skytrain and surrounded by Bangkok's finest shopping malls, it is easy to combine brunch at Intercontinental Bangkok with a spot of shopping or sightseeing.
Highlights: Maine red lobster for every two guests, cool jazz trio playing throughout your meal and traditional English dishes such as roast beef, rack of lamb and Lancashire hot pot. Read More...
Where: Chit Lom
How much: 3,500++ baht (with free flow alcohol)
Opening Hours: 12:00-16:00
A stylish setting, fantastic seafood and a dedicated cheese room are the hallmarks of the Sunday brunch at St. Regis Bangkok Hotel. Although not unique to this brunch, the sashimi is so praised here because it comes courtesy of Zuma Japanese Restaurant located on the ground floor, guaranteeing quality and freshness. For meat lovers, there is succulent beef, lamb and venison to enjoy as well as premium cold cuts from Europe. The cheese room has so many varieties of soft and hard cheese there will be something to appeal to all tastes. After plates of crab claws, Peking duck and another few rounds of dessert, you will be sure to leave stuffed and content.
Highlights: Delectable sushi and sashimi courtesy of Zuma and a fantastic cheese room. Read More...
How much: 2,580++ baht (with free flow alcohol)
Opening Hours: 11:30-15:00
If you are looking for a wide selection of cuisine, Feast at Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel is hard to beat. There are cooking stations running through the dining room and looping around the riverside terrace, serving Thai, Indian, Chinese, grilled meats, pasta, seafood, and a three-tiered dessert section. Popular with families there is a dedicated children’s area with nannies, magicians and Disney movies so the whole family can really enjoy their Sunday afternoon down by the river.
Highlights: A huge selection with cooking stations running around the dining room and riverside terrace. Read More...
How much: 3,900 ++ baht (with free flow alcohol)
Opening Hours: 11:30-15:00
With floor to ceiling windows overlooking the green expanse of Lumpini Park, Red Oven Sunday brunch is the most stylish setting in which to feast on a comprehensive range of international dishes, including cold cuts, homemade baked goodies, fresh lobster and oysters and a dedicated Japanese section serving a la minute steaks and sashimi. Wine connoisseurs will be especially pleased by brunch at Sofitel So with the optional free flow of a long list of wines (for an additional fee.) Read More...