When The Courtyard at The House on Sathorn says its ‘Weekend Brunch’ is something special, guests can definitely believe what they read. The à la carte choices on offer focus on healthy, wholesome and, of course, delicious ingredients. Highlights include pancakes with Nutella, banana and hazelnuts, eggs Benedict, and something called the Sunny Scandinavian Day, comprised of Gravlax, lumpfish roe, red onion, radishes, dill and Hovmastar sauce. This amazing brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 3pm throughout March. Prices start at B180++ per dish.
The House on Sathorn
106 North Sathorn Rd. | Tel: 02 344 4025 | www.thehouseonsathorn.com
It’s time for all the pizza lovers out there to try out the mouth-watering combos available now at Giorgio’s. Guests can choose their favourite pizza set from three different styles. The Small Combo (B499++) includes a pan of pizza, plus two appetizers, while the Medium Combo (B599++) includes a pan of pizza, plus three appetizers. Finally, the Party Combo (B799++) includes your favourite choice of two pans of pizza, plus four appetizers. This pizza-perfect promotion is available for dinner only, running from 6pm to 10:30pm.
Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers
2 Charoenkrung Rd, Soi 30 | Tel: 02 266 9214 | www.royalorchidsheraton.com
Capture the culinary essence of the month of March in Japanese style with lunch and dinner menus dedicated to two delectable delicacies now in their winter prime—Kyushu tuna and Hokkaido oysters. Enjoy fresh Hokkaido oyster, crumbled deep-fried Hokkaido oyster and Japanese style tartar sauce, Kyushu tuna medium fatty belly rare steak with garlic soy sauce, and a Kyushu tuna (3 kinds) sushi platter. Kisso is open daily, with lunch from 12pm to 2:30pm and dinner from 6pm to 10:30pm. Promotion prices start at B320++ per dish.
The Westin Grand Sukhumvit Bangkok
259, Sukhumvit Soi 19 | Tel: 02 207 8000 | www.kissobangkok.com
The Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort proudly presents a dynamic new cultural dining experience entitled ‘The Adventures of Hanuman Dinner & Show’, priced at just B1,499++ per person. This lavish staged production runs from 7:30pm to 8:30pm daily, and will bring to all guests an introduction into the heritage and vibrancy of Thai mythology. Meanwhile, throughout the evening, a lavish buffet dinner features a variety of foods ranging from Thai street food to a bounty of seafood on ice. The dinner buffet runs from 6pm to 10pm.
Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort
257/1-3 Charoenkrung Rd. | Tel: 02 476 0022 | www.anantara.com
Throughout the month of March, the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok offers a delightful new afternoon tea dedicated to chocolate lovers. The selections include chocolate-chip orange scones, tasty macadamia-studded chocolate fudge pound cake, malt whisky and Guanaja chocolate petite pot, and mouthwatering Valrhona chocolate pralines from France. A selection of tea blends and coffees is also available as part of this impressive variation on traditional English afternoon tea. The afternoon tea is served daily from 2pm to 5pm and priced at just B800++ per set.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
991/9 Rama I Rd. | Tel: 02 162 9000 | www.kempinski.com/bangkok
Head Chef Amerigo Tito Sesti and his team proudly present a brand-new menu that exemplifies Jean-Michel’s passion and inspiration combining tropical vegetables, herbs and spices, with leading ingredients from the four corners of the culinary world. Many highlight dishes are on offer now, including beef tartare with Mediterranean vegetables, herbs, and marinated lemon. The menu items are available daily as an à la carte 5-course meal (B2,399 net), 7-course meal (B3,399 net) or 10-course meal (B4,199 net). Lunch service is from noon to 2:30pm, and dinner from 6pm to 10pm.
U Sathorn Bangkok
105,105/1 Soi Ngam Duphli | Tel: 02 119 4899 | www.jaime-bangkok.com