The best places to feast on Christmas Eve dinner in Bangkok in 2017

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The best places feast on Christmas Eve dinner in Bangkok in 2017

sheraton grand sukhumvit christmas 2017
Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit

Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit

On the Christmas Eve, Rossini’s, The Living Room and basil throw festive feasts, serving brunch buffet featuring Christmas specialties while Jazz talents The Randy Cannon Group and Lezlie Harrison perform live (B3,400). Orchid Café does a special buffet dinner (B2,500), while Dine in the Dark is where you can enjoy a 4-course festive diner for a good cause (1,850). The al-fresco Sala serves surf ‘n’ turf barbequed feast (B1,600).

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Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin Christmasn 2017
Siam Kempinski

Siam Kempinski

Brasserie Europa dishes up all-you-can-eat brunch featuring excellent-sounding festive delights like butterball turkey with chestnut stuffing, roast leg of lambs and Dresdner stollen (B3,800), while the one Michelin-starred Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin conjures up modern Thai fare with festive touch (B4,600).

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Embassy Room

Park Hyatt Bangkok

Treat yourself to a five-course meal at The Embassy Room (B4,500), consisting of amuse-bouche of mudcrab and Oscietra caviar, followed by Canadian lobster ravioli and a choice of lamb tenderloin or toothfish and truffle. The meal ends with classic Bouche de Noël chocolate and chestnut cake. The dining room also does brunch on the Christmas Day seeing a casual take on the festivity (B4,500) where you indulge in all-you-can-eat goodies with lots of Christmas-related activities.

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Mandarin Oriental Christmas

Mandarin Oriental

Riverside Terrace adds a touch of festivity to its buffet offers, featuring an array of eye-popping Christmas treats (B7,500), while two Michelin-starred Le Normandie serves a set menu inspired by festive season (B12,000). Lord Jim’s will churn out a five-course seafood-inspired dinner (B6,000) and a four-course Italian delights can be enjoyed at Ciao (B5,000)

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72 courtyard savoy
72 Courtyard

72 Courtyard

Each of hip eateries and drinking holes at Thonglor’s 72 Courtyard creates special festive items for Christmas. Tapas den Toro churns out a four-course festive dinner consisting of Spanish delicacies, while Touche Hombre throws Mexican-style feast. Bar Savoy and Evil Man Blues will sling special punches and X’mas-themed cocktails respectively.

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Sofitel So bangkok christmas

SO Sofitel Bangkok

Expect to find all-you-can-eat brunch and dinner (B2,500) at Red Oven and five-course dinner at Park Society (B3,900).

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25 degree burger

Pullman Bangkok Hotel G

25 Degrees Burgers creates special Festive X’TRA Special Burger filled with succulent lobster, foie gras, caviar, avocado, truffle and Brie cheese (B888 with a glass of sparkling wine). Mistral Restaurant dishes out buffet dishes starring international feast (B990).

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goji christmas

Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park

Goji Kitchen + Bar will entice your palate with all-you-can-eat brunch (1,800) and dinner (2,200) featuring succulent turkey, prime rib, honey-glazed ham and lamb racks.

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okura prestige

The Okura Prestige

Snag a table at Up & Above where you enjoy Christmas Eve brunch and dinner featuring festive goodies with free flow prosecco and Champagne (start from B2,900).

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J'aime u sathorn

U Sathorn

One Michelin-starred French establishment J’Aime by Jean Michel Lorain will present five (B2,799) and eight course (B4,499) festive feasts.

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House on Sathorn

W Bangkok

The Courtyard churns out all-you-can-eat brunch (B2,600) and dinner (B3,200) spotlighting roast goodies while chef Fatih Tutak conjures up 7-course Christmas Voyage tasting menu (B4,800) at The Dining Room. Special Christmas afternoon tea will also be served at The Courtyard (B1,600).

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