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Prepared to order, the interesting option of main dishes includes panseared foie gras on brioche and grilled Canadian lobster as well as various Thai favourites. Diners can check out exclusive Japanese creations such as fresh sashimi and sushi, takoyaki, yakitori, tuna tataki with ponzu sauce, udon soup and gyoza. All can be paired with freeflow Champagne, Prosecco, selected wines, local beers, cocktails, mocktails, and soft drinks.
The seafood-on-ice corner encompasses freshly shucked French, Australian and American oysters, premium Maine lobster, giant Alaskan king crab, seasonal mud crab, blue crab, succulent prawns, New Zealand mussels, rock lobster and plump Manila clams.
The hot seafood menu includes river prawns, tiger prawns, Japanese scallop, oysters and squid while from the pasta station comes home made vermicelli and ravioli with a choice of pesto, carbonara, Bolognese, mussel sauces and creamy mentaiko with nori sauce.
The carvery serves up succulent roasted meats, salmon gravlax with blinis and fresh cream and a delicious beef Wellington with Yorkshire pudding and a red wine sauce. All dishes are complemented by healthy salads, fresh fruits, and indulgent desserts such as freshly baked chocolate lava cake, and homemade ice cream served with waffle.
The Sunday Brunch costs Bt2,800 with freeflow mocktails and soft drinks, Bt3,500 with selected freeflow wines, Prosecco, local beers, cocktails, mocktails, and soft drinks and Bt4,100 for the full Sunday Brunch inclusive of freeflow Champagne, Prosecco, selected wines, local beers, cocktails, mocktails, and soft drinks. Kids under 12 pay 1,050 for children aged under 12.
Book your table at (02) 687 9000.