| October 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
The Kitchen Table presents a fantastic way to make Sunday a relaxing but at the same time very fun day. From October to December, New ‘Lazy Sundays’ an  à la carte brunch menu along with special offers allows everyone – hotel guests as well as local residents including families – can gather round the table for great food and good times.RESIZED_LAZY-SUNDAYS

At only THB 650++ per person, Lazy Sundays features all kinds of goodies. In partnership with Greyhound Original, the first 500 guests who come to experience ‘Lazy Sundays’ promotion also receive a free tote bag of Greyhound Original giveaways, all custom-made just for Lazy Sundays.

And what about food and drinks? In addition to assorted Danishes, on the menu are egg dishes including  The Kitchen Table Benedict with Slow-Cooked Pork Belly, Poached Egg, Hollandaise and Sourdough as well as Scrambled Eggs, Smoked Fish, Spinach, Pine Nut, Paprika Cream Cheese and Bagels. Savory dishes are on the menu too, for instance the Deep-Fried Buttered Chicken with House-Made Donuts, Gruyere Cheese and Maple Jus, and Wok-Fried Noodles with Shanghai Sauce and Roasted Duck. Sweet dishes for brunch include the House-Made Muffins with Toffee Sauce, Crispy Bacon and Yoghurt, and French Toast with Pear Compote and Organic Honey. All coffee, tea, juice and smoothies are included in the price.

Beverage add-ons for brunch include prosecco; house bottles of white, rosé and red wine; bloody Marys; skinny frozen margaritas; and aperol spritzers.

‘Lazy Sundays’ brunch at The Kitchen Table is available every Sunday from 11 October to 27 December 2015 from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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