We haven’t been to the Sunday Brunch at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel (formerly Four Season Bangkok) for quite a while but good memories still remain. It occupies a big part of the hotel in the Parichart court shopping garden. Where there are some shops, restaurants, a bar and the beautiful courtyard garden. Aqua bar, Madison grill, Spice Market and the garden itself is transform to be the venue of the extravagant Sunday brunch at the Anantara Siam.
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From entering Parichart court, the first thing that hit our senses was the scent of seared foie gras. This time we had reserved our table at the Madison. There were many guests but seating was spread out.
As always, we started with the chilled seafood. Alaskan kig crab, crab claws and freshly shucked fin de Claire oyster were first on my list.
Sashimi from Shintato (Japanese restaurant at Anantara Siam) were fresh and at a high quality.
There was one station that draws a lot of attention, the caviar station. The chef was actually standing on the fish pond offering many rare items; salmon roe, caviar, cod roe and many more.
There were many interesting appetizers, Artichoke heart salad
Served at the table was meang kum, I did put my creativity to it with the fish roe.
Chef preparing Peking duck
The brunch comes with free flow alcoholic beverages; wine, beer, and cocktails.
The scent of seared foie gras was always present during our meal; it was time to try some. I did put a twist to this too by putting it on top the risotto.
There were also a variety of Middle Eastern foods.
While enjoying the wide selections of food, the Bossa nova, jazz and blues from the live band was just as entertaining.
For the main courses, I prefer something meaty which are an abundance to choose from, just ask the hospitable chef that welcomes you with a big smile.
Surf and turf; sirloin and river prawn was perfectly cooked.
The crackling pig and the prime rib did it for me. It was just awesome.
There was a dedicated cheese room with unique cheeses and breads.
Dessert was also the main attraction both Thai and western. Thai desserts; tako, kanom chan, kanom kluay, and some kind of traditional coconut sweet.
Berries cheese cake
Mango and orange crepes with vanilla bean ice cream.
Red velvet cake
Assortment of chocolate truffles and mousse.
There were many more items, this is just to name a few. As we all know Sunday brunch in Bangkok can be over whelming with so many choices, the one here at Anantara Siam is second to none. Available every Sunday from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm, the Sunday Brunch is priced at Baht 2,950++ per person (prices are subject to change) including free-flowing beer, wine, champagne and Baht 1,475++ for children aged between 7 – 12 years old and free of charge for children under 7 years old.
For reservations and more information, contact Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel at (02)126-8866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org