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    Sunday Brunch

    Im in bkk next week looking for good value for sunday brunch to try,we used to go to the Marriott on he river ,very good value as the wine is a resonable quality .

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    You mean Sunday Lunch surely ?

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    Have a look at this

    Family Sunday Roast - The Londoner

    Pretty good, don't know about the wine though

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    Brunch is breakfast and lunch together, served as a buffet.

    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    You mean Sunday Lunch surely ?

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    Tenderloins on Sukhumvit 33 does a great all you can eat and drink Sunday brunch.

    Tenderloins | Sports Bar & Steak House | Soi 33, Bangkok, Thailand

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel
    Brunch is breakfast and lunch together, served as a buffet.
    I don't see any cornflakes

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    Sheraton, quite nice at 2200 THB ++ with a live Jazz band and free flow of Champagne

    Shangri La is also very nice for 1,900 THB ++

    Mantra in Pattaya is also to be tried, for 1700 THB ++

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    Quote Originally Posted by banboy
    Im in bkk next week looking for good value for sunday brunch to try
    .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly
    Sheraton, quite nice at 2200 THB ++ with a live Jazz band and free flow of Champagne
    Hmm how much free bubbly ?

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    Free flow! But it's prosecco, not the real deal

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    it's sparkling wine, and red and white, quite good usually

    all cocktails free,

    with jazz music,

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    ^It's good for ponces.

    At B1000 the Sunday brunch at Tenderloins is a far more enjoyable option.

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    The top of the Baiyoke Sky is scenic and the food is quite good. Don't know about the price of brunch, but dinner the other night was 700 Baht for a very good buffet.

    The Dusit Thani on Rama IV is the best I've had at about 2200 Baht.

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    I tend to brunch on the pavement outside 7/11. They do a fantastic line in toasted sandwiches - 22 - 29bt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I tend to brunch on the pavement outside 7/11. They do a fantastic line in toasted sandwiches - 22 - 29bt.

    Yes, I live on those ham and cheese and 22 Baht tuna samdwiches from 7-11 but at least once every 2 weeks I need to stuff myself with good food like lobster, big shrimp and smoked salmon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobR
    The top of the Baiyoke Sky is scenic and the food is quite good
    We need some threads on here, with the great views afforded by some of these skyscraper restaurants

    I keep meaning to see what all the fuss is about Kobe steaks

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    Food at Baiyoke is shite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I tend to brunch on the pavement outside 7/11. They do a fantastic line in toasted sandwiches - 22 - 29bt.
    me too. when i'm feeling really hungry i go for a cheeseburger H'ordervres before the toasties. how the other half lives eh? lovely job.

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    Lord Jims at The Oriental is my choice if I happen to be in town on a Sunday. You need to book in advance though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbil
    Lord Jims at The Oriental is my choice if I happen to be in town on a Sunday. You need to book in advance though.
    The wife and I took my parents there for Sunday brunch before. Was excellent I admit. If it was just the Mrs or with some Bangkok based friends I was with then I would rather just go to Tenderloins and eat all I could and drink as much beer and spirits as I wanted for B1000.


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    Tenderloins be moving very shortly....

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