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Gear up for a gastronomic journey

Sep 08. 2019
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By The Nation

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Wish to take delight in immersive dining experiences with live performances? Visit Viu restaurant, the St Regis Bangkok’s Signature Sunday Brunch, every third Sunday of the month.

The restaurant offers a new gastronomic journey with authentic food and beverage inspired by compelling culinary themes, starting September 15 (Sunday).

The “Oktoberfest-themed” brunch features additional surprise entertainment and draws culinary cues from the Bavarian folk festival’s iconic cuisine. To mark the start of the annual Oktoberfest, a selection of Bavarian classics will be served, including a selection of sausages, pork knuckles, juicy roast chicken, bratwursts, wiener schnitzel, and pork knuckles, accompanied by foamy mugs of beer.

It’s spring in the Land Down Under in October, and the barbie will be fired up in honour of the Australian culinary institution, with sausage sarnies and premium cuts of grilled Aussie lamb accompanied by other quintessential Aussie favourites including smashed avo, feta on vegemite toast, Lamington’s, and a selection of exemplary wines.

As the end of the year draws near in November, the bounty of Spain will be celebrated with delicious additions to the themed brunch including gazpacho, authentic paella, gambas al ajillo, and a selection of fine cured meats including chorizo and jamón.

In December, for the last Signature Theme Sunday Brunch of the year, the flavours turn festive with all the holiday trimmings. The distinctive feast includes traditional turkey, roast ham, as well as mulled wine and hot toddies to complete the Christmas cheer.

The price starts at Bt2,850 per person inclusive of non-alcoholic beverages. Add Bt1,299 for free-flow wine, beer, Siam Mary and martinis. The Signature Theme Sunday Brunch is on offer from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Advance reservations are recommended, telephone (02) 207 7777, email fb.bangkok@stregis.com or visit www.stregisbangkok.com

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