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Sunday Brunch at Trader Vic's, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa

Address:Trader Vic's, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa
275/1-3 Charoen Nakhon Road
Thonburi, Bangkok 10600
Reviewed in 2007 more more updated review
Phone:0 2476 0022
 
I have heard about Trader Vicís for a long time but I just had an opportunity to eat Sunday Brunch there recently. Although a big franchise like Trader Vicís already guarantees the quality and satisfaction, I was pleased that its restaurant has a river ambiance since itís situated in the luxurious Bangkok Marriot Resort and Spa. I doní t know how many of its 29 worldwide restaurants have this magnificent river view but this is surely a place you donít want to miss if youíre already a loyal customer Trader Vicís.

My feast started with a welcome drink where receptionists gave me a glass of Trader Vicís famous Maitai. The mix of rum liquor gives a unique scent of rum and the taste was not too sweet but a perfect start for a Sunday feast. The dinning section was decorated with Polynesian style with a lot of bamboos, which gives me a sense of other Pacific Rim restaurants that Iíve been to.
The restaurant was pretty busy but not overly crowded and the food was plenty, no one was fighting for food. For river admirers, you can also sit outdoors.
If you like oyster, donít miss its Chilean oyster shoot that gives you a great kick with the vodka. I did not wait for long to visit the world famous Trader Vicís Chinese wood fired oven. There were many yummy items like salmon fillet, pork tenderloin, king prawns, chicken kebabs and lamb cutlets. What makes food here interesting besides using a Chinese wood fired oven was the restaurant would give you a piece of paper where you can put a check mark on whatever you want. On that piece of paper you can put a check mark on the rubs and spices you want on your order like Cajun, rosemary and garlic, lemon and horseradish, Moroccan, Asian or natural. Additionally you can specify that how you would like you food cook- from raw to well done. Finally you get to choose what kind of accompaniments or sauces you want.
The wood fired oven worked its magic then I tasted my first order Ė salmon with Cajun rub and Trader Vicís Tahitian sauce. Once you bite the salmon youíll get hint of wood fired oven aroma that makes it unique that other salmon. The fish was not dry but still retain its natural juice. I also tried the lamb cutlets with rosemary and garlic rub. The lamb was juicy and tender and the scent of rosemary and garlic were not overpowering. The peppercorn sauce matched well with the lamb.
Before ending your Sunday feast don’t forget to try its desserts. I recommend the white chocolate fountain. Yes ! white chocolate. And if you still crave for more sweets try its crepe with ice cream. A cup of espresso to end a relaxing Sunday brunch is ideal.

For more information and reservation, contact 0-2476-0022


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