Battle of brunches: Bangkok’s best restaurants for weekend brunch

Treat your palate to some of Bangkok’s best weekend meals

Sunday Brunch park hyatt
Park Hyatt Bangkok
By Phavitch Theeraphong |

Hack the weekend brunch convention associated to hotel buffet (with a few upgraded ingredients and steeper price) for these brunchie gems offering one hell of a promotion at weekends.

Bangkok's best weekend brunch

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Restaurants, Grills

Penthouse Bar + Grill

icon-location-pin Phloen Chit

Best for: perfect weenend brunch and free-flow booze

When: every Sunday (12:00-15:30)

Price: Start from B2,490 for food and soft drinks, B3,490 for food and free-flow wine and cocktails, B5,480 for food, free-flow Champagne, wines and cocktails 

The folks at Park Hyatt Bangkok puts a fun twist on a typical Sunday buffet by offering perhaps the most fun Sunday brunch experience in Bangkok. The out-of-bound area of Penthouse like the kitchen and the private chef’s table room will be open as food stations for guests to roam around to savor all-you-can-eat grilled like tomahawk and seafood-focused bite. 

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Via Maris
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Restaurants, Mediterranean

Via Maris

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Best for: booze lovers

When: every Sunday

Price: a-la-carte item (start from B300) with B500 for free-flow beverage

Silom’s beloved Mediterranean institution Via Maris opens its door on Sunday afternoon with a special selection of brunch-perfect delights with West European and North African flair like the yolky broken eggs with bell pepper and potato as well as the refreshing scallop carpaccio.  The highlight is the free-flow beverage package where you can order your favorite brunch-perfect concoctions like Aperol Spritz and Bloody Mary as well as your choice of wine as much as you like for B499.

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Restaurants, Organic


icon-location-pin Phrom Phong

Best for: health-conscious gourmands

When: every Saturday and Sunday

Price: a-la-carte items (start from B300)

Sukhumvit’s innovative restaurant known for the iconic urban backyard farm veers away from smoke and foam-filled approach at the daytime for hearty, health-focused bites as in chicken breast cooked sous-vide and served with yuzu-tossed quinoa and sourdough open sandwich with guacamole and sun-dried tomato. A variety of smoothies and fresh juice are also on offer.

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Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro
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Restaurants, Contemporary European

Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro

icon-location-pin Ekamai

Best for: dessert fanatics

When: every Sunday

Price: Start from B1,490 for food and soft drinks

Pesca Mar and Terra Bistro offers an all-you-can-eat meat and seafood but the real gem is an amazing selection of desserts. Special for 9 September, the famed pastry chef Carol Boosaba of Paris Miki will be whipping up French-style desserts as served at her cafés and yes you can eat them as many as you like!


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French St. Charoenkrung
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Restaurants, French

French St.

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Best for: brunch in the garden

When: every Saturday afternoon

Price: Start from B600 (for one choice of food and free-flow mimosa)

This garden-themed French eatery in Charoenkrung is perfect for mimosa lover. You eat one hour free-flow of Prosecco-and-orange-juice tipple for one hour with a choice of French-influenced healthy bites like egg benedict with salmon whose hollandaise sauce uses olive oil instead of butter and flavorful seabass cooked en papillote. 

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Restaurants, Cafés

The Kitchen Table

icon-location-pin Bang Rak

Best for: food-obsessed party-goers

When: every first Saturday of the month

Price: Start from B2,500 for food and soft drinks, B3,300 for food and free-flow alcoholic beverage

The Kitchen Table at W Bangkok injects the party vibe to the usual afternoon brunch by transforming the dining room to a vibrant dance floor. Munch your way through an array of all-you-can-eat delights featuring fresh seafood and pot roasts while grooving through the tunes delivered by eccentric Super Fly Bangkok. 

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