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Sunday Brunch at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok

Address:Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok
155 Rajdamri Road, Bangkok 10330
For those who enjoy fine wine and dining on Sunday, Sunday Brunch at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok is perhaps the best deal in town. A great variety and superb quality of food and drinks are the strengths of Four Seasons Sunday brunch.
Brunch here offers all kinds of food like European, American, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Middle East, etc. By utilizing three hotelís outlet, the Madison, Spice Market, and Aqua, customers are free to choose where to sit (reservation is required). Each dining outlet has its own characteristic, while the main food display and the band is in the hotelís garden (Parichat Court). The Madison Steakhouse, the most popular seating for regular customers, offers a relaxing ambience almost like a French bistro style we usually see in the movies.

On the way of getting my martini, I stopped by at the Japanese station for Unagi (Japanese eel). Unagi here is imported from Japan, so it is sweet and juicy. You can be assured that there is no dirt smell like domestic eels or those imported from China. The pasta booth is quite small but it serves a pretty good Risotto. The fragrance of fresh cream and shitake mushroom combines with tasty stock is the reason why Risotto is a lot of peopleís favorite.
The live grilled station at the Madison is the highlight of Four Seasons Sunday brunch, offering sumptuous fresh seafood and imported steaks and chops from Australia, including halibut, salmon, trout, tuna, giant tiger prawns, sirloin steaks, beef medallion, lamp chops, pork chops, etc. Everything looks delicious (and everything is delicious, Iím sure) but on that day I had a surf and turf, a juicy sirloin steak and giant shrimps with butter sauce. The steak was perfectly cooked, really juicy and very pink in the middle. It goes very well with the giant shrimp and grilled vegetables.
A good selection of red wine offered there is a perfect match with my surf and turf. Lamb chops served with mint sauce also pleased my taste buds and made me order the second plate. Donít miss its foie gras corner and order several pieces of seared imported French foie gras with port wine sauce. The perfect seared gives a crust that holds the shape of the liver together but when you take a bite the flavor instantly burst in your mouth, a memorable experience.
Donít forget to spare some spaces for desserts. Crepe suzette served with orange liquor sauce, fresh mango and vanilla ice cream was my favorite. If you still have more room, try the chocolate lava cake that made a lot of people come for more. A lot of people who comes to brunch at the Four Seasons enjoy drinking wines, martinis, Bloody Mary and etc. while chatting with friends and love ones. However, for me, after a few alcoholic drinks, a perfect ending of a meal is always a nice cup of cappuccino.
For more information, contact Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok 0 2250 1000

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