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It’s party time at Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok

Dec 11. 2019
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By The Nation

There’s plenty to enjoy at the Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok this Christmas and New Year as chef Martin Blunos and his team whip up traditional fare with a whole lot of flair.

At Blunos Restaurant on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, hungry diners can either feast on a special “Martin Xmas box” packed full of Christmas creations such as Sliced turkey breast & stuffed thigh (cold), Cranberry stuffing balls, Pigs in blankets and Smoked salmon roll for just Bt750 net or go a la carte with Cream of pumpkin soup with roasted mushroom, Beef Wellington with chestnut mushroom duxelles and Baked Alaska Christmas plum pudding. 

Chef Martin Blunos

For those who would like to enjoy a more traditional family Christmas, The Glass House Restaurant is offering an incredible international buffet including a selection of premium seafood on ice, a traditional roast turkey and roast ham station, roasted prime rib, Thai, Western and Japanese favourites, an international cheese selection, a pasta bar and a dessert corner to die for, priced at Bt1,100 net for lunch and Bt1,800 net for dinner on Christmas Eve only. 

Beef Wellington with chestnut mushroom duxelles (Blunos)

Welcome the New Year at Glass House Restaurant with an international dinner buffet of local and international favourites, plus sumptuous seafood and culinary delicacies from around the world at Bt1,800 net. Drinks packages are also available on request. 

The Poolside Party at Blunos ] is also turning up the heat with an enchanting poolside soirée under the stars as you say goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020 for Bt1,200 net including live food station and 2 drinks. 

For those with a head for heights, the Sky Lounge on the 33rd floor offers the perfect location to view the capital’s stunning views from 10pm to 1am for Bt2,200 net with free-flow soft drinks and selected adult beverages plus canapés as a local DJ spins the latest dance tracks.

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