Sunday Brunch Millenium Hilton Bangkok

| January 31, 2014


Bangkok offers many choices for Sunday brunches. Every venue has something unique to offer their guest. One of my favorite venues is at the Millenium Hilton Bangkok. It is one of the few places that have a river view. The brunch here is very unique. What makes it unique is; before the actual lunch guest can have a drink and some snacks at the 360 bar on the 36th floor. From there it offers a spectacular view of the Chao Phaya and Bangkok skyline. For the Sunday brunch, the Millenium Hilton Bangkok takes use of 4 outlets and facilities which I will cover further in this review.


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The food for the Sunday brunch is offered at Flow, an all day dining restaurant with massive high ceiling and large glass panels that looks out to the river. There is both indoor and outdoor dining area. A wide range of food is offered from appetizers to main courses and food of many regions: Thai, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, and Western.

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For appetizers, what I found interesting are the carpaccios. There were many types of carpaccios from fishes to beef. The Caesar salad and the beef tartare are much recommended. The dressing is done fresh on site in small batches to ensure freshness. It is a signature dish from Prime Steak House a sister restaurant at the hotel. There is also caviar which went well with the wide selection of free flow wines.

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There are so many items to choose from, you sometimes get distracted. Going to get one thing and coming back with another. That’s what makes this buffet enjoyable.


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For the main course I like get myself to a different palete of taste, Indian food is a good answer to that. They do really good Indian food here. They even have a tandoori oven.



Chef Thanawat the head chef at Flow showed us one of his signature dishes, the spicy foie gras spaghetti. It was unique and tasty. For cheese enthusiast, Flow has its own cheese room. I count about 30 different types of cheese. With the dishes keep piling up, it was almost too much to handle but how could that be, we didn’t even touch dessert.

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Desserts were displayed at the Lantern, another outlet at the Millenium Hilton that specializes in Chocolate, sweets and coffee. It is adjacent to Flow so bringing back some sweets to the table is not a problem. The problem is can you try all they have to offer. There were many types of chocolates, and cakes.

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One really interesting offerings is the chocolate ice cream tapanyaki. Instead of a hot surface, it was a freezing surface to mix ice-cream with a variety of toppings. There were a lot of toppings to choose; e.g. meringue, marshmallow, berries, nuts, cheesecake, etc.

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After the meal we headed for the Beach, the pool on the fourth floor. Guest for the Sunday brunch are welcome to use the pool after the meal. The pool has an infinity edge and the view pretty amazing.

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The Sunday brunch at the Millenium Hilton Bangkok made a perfect day which can be enjoyed by the whole family. The cost is for just THB 2,200 nett per person and THB 3,200 nett per person for with free flow wines.

For further information and reservations, telephone +66 (0) 2442-2000

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Current: Editor of, Managing Director at dp-Studio Co. Ltd. Past: Lecturer, Instructor at School of Architecture King Mongkut University of Technology, Architect at RNL Architect, Architect at Roth Sheppard Architects Education: School of Architecture Chulalongkorn University Bangkok Thailand (B.Arch) School of Architecture University of Arizona USA - School of Architecture University of Colorado, Denver USA (M. Arch)

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