Sunday Brunch; Atelier, Grand Millennium Sukhumvit

| March 13, 2012

30 Sukhumvit 21 (Asoke) Road
Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
T. +66 2 204 4161

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After a long week; it is always a treat to take the family to a big feast. A Sunday brunch is one of the first ideas. I heard Atelier at the Grand Millennium was having a new Sunday brunch promotion. So we could not resist seeing what they had to offer.

Arriving at the lobby of Grand Millennium; I could smell the food cooking from the floor opening one story above. The dining space was already filled with hungry guest even before noon. The whole second floor became a big display of food and drinks. Due to the full booking we got our table at the tapas Y Vino the Spanish restaurant next to Atelier.

My first trip to the buffet was the chilled seafood station. King crabs, crab claws, pawn, oysters, even salmon roe was on display. I took only a few items, just one leg of the king crab; it was full of meat, Three different types of oysters; I always like to try a variety of oysters from different parts of the world, it has subtle differences which makes it interesting, tasting the unique characters of the sea where it came from.  They even have snails, and a variety of fish roes, including salmon roe.

The food offered was a big selection from international to Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and Indian. You name it; cold cuts, cheeses, salads and made to order items; like pan sear fish roast lamb, steaks and foie gras. I like the roast prime rib, probably because when looking at the photo I took there is a nice marbling. There was one interesting item, I haven’t tried anywhere before was the lamb roast Indian herb crusted.

This is also a welcoming place for kids. There is a children zone with entertainments and nannies. To make kids even happier and also for adults too, are the desserts. At the long dessert station, the first thing you’ll see is the cotton candy machine. My kids love them; especially my young son, he had 6 or 7 of them. The second thing was the chocolate fountain, two of them, one white and one dark. And countless rows of sweet I could imagine.

Not only the food but the drinks are included with the meal. We are talking about varieties of wines sparkling wines, beers, spirits, and etc. All for a very reasonable price 1,400 per person and there is a come 4 pay 2 deal. I can’t think of any other place that offers unlimited food and drink at this price. My guest was they probably made a mistake when they came up with this offer or they really want people to come and talk about it.



Chef serving Indian Herb rub roasted Lamb

ExecutiveChef Pierre Andre Hauss


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