By The Nation
There’ll be classic smoked salmon and redcurry smoked salmon along with premium cold cuts and international cheeses.
Top up on Caesar salad and pasta, indulge in panseared foie gras, and help yourself at the carving counter to Easter ham, roast beef and lamb and baked whole Atlantic salmon.
In the buffet line will be Japanese sashimi and sushi and Chinese dishes like roast duck.
And for desserts, sweets from BBCO will include Easter chocolates in different shapes and hotcross buns by executive pastry chef Chotipat Laisuwan, last year’s “Iron Chef” champion.
Easter Sunday brunch costs Bt2,400plus and starts at noon.
Reserve a table at (02) 656 7700 or http://JWMarriottBangkok.com/newsandpromotions2.