This is the month to experience world-class culinary happenings and as part of the annual World Gourmet Festival at Anantara Siam Bangkok, a very special Sunday Brunch will take place blending traditional Thai recipes with modern interpretations
If a host of international chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants wasn’t enough, this year, the Anantara Siam Bangkok will feature a special Sunday Brunch to close the annual World Gourmet Festival, presented in collaboration with S.Pellegrino and Gastronauts Asia.
The hotel invites guests to dine either indoors at The Spice Market or Madison restaurants or go al-fresco at the iconic Aqua bar and gardens, where a local street jazz band will ensure that guests get into the swing of things!
The bountiful offering of gourmet fare offers diners the opportunity to sample many of the dishes featured throughout the festival alongside dishes from renowned local restaurants Blue Elephant, The Never Ending Summer, 100 Mahaseth and 80/20. The Brunch will also feature special tastings created by Anantara’s Executive Chef Jan Van Dyk and his team, as well as Billecart-Salmon Champagne with free-flow house beverages and Thai craft beer.
This years marks the 19th edition of the World Gourmet Festival and to celebrate the end of a lavish week-long blowout of meals, masterclasses and frindge events, the Brunch will allow chefs and guests to mingle, raising a toast to a successful WGF while promoting and consuming some of the very best in local Thai cuisine.
As part of WGF and its role in inviting and hosting international chefs, the festival also aims to promote and celebrate Thai food, a cuisine already celebrated around the world for its unique style and use of quality ingredients.
The Brunch and culinary tasting experience will offer up the best in Bangkok’s Thai culinary output, combining the likes of heritage recipes and Royal Thai Cuisine from city stalwart Blue Elephant to Isaan and northern recipes from 100 Mahaseth. Expect a blend of Thai-Western cuisine with a contemporary flourish from the much celebrated 80/20 and high-on-flavour recipes from The Never Ending Summer, who pride themselves on kitchen dishes made from starchitect Duangrit Bunnag’s family Thai recipes.
This extraordinary Sunday Brunch will take place on September 9th with tickets priced at THB3,500++ including soft drinks and THB4,500++ with free-flow alcohol. For more information, please visit