Celebrate Easter Sunday in riverside tranquility at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa

| March 29, 2012

Easter Sunday in the city is a gourmet’s paradise at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa, where two of the urban retreat’s most popular restaurants are presenting distinctive brunch buffets between 11:30am and 3pm, with an emphasis on international favourites.  Celebrate with friends and family in a lush oasis of tropical gardens, toasting scenic views of the legendary Chao Phraya River, while little ones are happily entertained at the waterfront playground.














EGGstraordinary Brunch at Trader Vic’s prices at THB 2,499++ per person including soft drinks, juices, beers, cocktails and a Martini station, plus an additional THB 400 for wines.


The unique Pacific Rim restaurant offers dining in the richly decorated Polynesian interior or outside in the tropical riverside garden.  Commence with connoisseur highlights at the foie gras studio and carpaccio bar.  Seafood lovers are spoilt for choice with grilled prawns, Alaskan king crabs, lobster thermidor, shucked oysters with a martini gazpacho and a salmon bar.  The restaurant’s famous steakhouse offering is showcased by a signature roast Wagyu prime rib.  While a parade of decadent desserts includes traditional Easter chocolate bunnies.


Easter Sunday Brunch at The Market prices at THB 1,199++ including soft drinks, juices, beers, cocktails and a Bloody Mary station, plus an additional THB 400 for wines.


Feast on an impressive international bounty, either in the Asian inspired dining room or on the scenic terrace with river views.  Make selections from artistic presentations of sushi and sashimi.  Andaman giant white prawns, salmon, rock lobster and seafood kebabs are grilled to absolute perfection.  A salt roasted giant grouper is carved at each guest’s request.  Round off a mouthwatering meal with lavish desserts and Easter chocolate bunnies
































Enhancing the Easter experience for energetic younger guests, the resort’s waterfront Grand Sala is being transformed into a fun filled activity playground, where little ones will be entertained by Bozo the Clown, traditional Easter egg hunts, egg and bunny painting, and a competition for chances to win great prizes.


*** Prices are subject to 10% service charge and applicable government tax.


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