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19 years of The Sunday Jazzy Brunch & We are Celebrating – In April, the Sunday Jazzy Brunch turns 19 and you are invited to join the celebration!

The original and still the best, the Sunday Jazzy Brunch has been making weekends in Bangkok special for 19 years. To mark the special occasion, every Sunday throughout April you can enjoy a gourmet feast and take part in prize draws, each with 19 fabulous prizes. Join us on April 7, 14, 21 and 28 and you could win dinner for two at Orchid Café, Rossini’s, basil, Dine in the Dark, the Sunday Jazzy Brunch or a one-night stay in a Grande room including breakfast.

The Sunday Jazzy Brunch is held across the hotel’s three renowned venues – basil, Rossini’s and The Living Room. The feast includes Executive Chef Gaetano Palumbo’s authentic antipasti, crisp salads and cold cuts such as chorizo, Parma ham, prosciutto and salami. A beautiful selection of seafood on ice includes imported freshly shucked oysters and plump mussels, king prawns, rock lobster, and snow crab. There are live cooking stations where chefs prepare foie gras, pasta and risotto dishes to order, and a carvery with succulent roast meats such as 180-day grain-fed Australian prime rib of Wagyu beef and lamb rack to enjoy with traditional accompaniments. For a taste of the exotic, diners can explore the culinary highlights of Asia with Chinese dim sum, Indian curries, Japanese sushi and sashimi, Middle Eastern mezze, and Thai spicy salads. And then there is an array of imported artisan cheeses, crackers, freshly baked breads, olives, capers, dried fruits, and more.

What better way to end a memorable Sunday brunch than with a sweet treat or two? The selection of desserts is beyond compare. Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit’s talented pastry chefs delight diners with artistic creations from brownies to cheesecake, crème brûlée to éclairs, panna cotta to tiramisu, chocolate fountain to homemade ice creams, and much more.

The Sunday Jazzy Brunch is given added sparkle with world-class live jazz performed by top international and local musicians. There is also Yim Yim, our friendly elephant mascot to entertain children.

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit’s spectacular Sunday Jazzy Brunch is the original Bangkok brunch and it’s still the best. Discover why its reputation for excellence has endured for almost two decades.

On Easter Sunday, April 21, there will be a selection of special seasonal dishes such as Oysters Rockefeller spinach Pernod cream, braised rabbit cacciatore, honey roasted Virginia ham served with berry sauce, Easter black rice pudding and much more. For the kids we have some fun activities: egg painting at basil and Easter egg hunting.

Don’t miss our 19th anniversary celebration at the Sunday Jazzy Brunch with the chance to win great prizes, every Sunday in April!

  • The Sunday Jazzy Brunch is served from 12:00 to 15:00 hours on level 1.
  • The Sunday Jazzy Brunch is THB 2,500++ per person for food and a special promotion of free flow for beverages an additional THB 999++ per person (no additional discount). Teenagers age between 13 – 19 years old dine at THB 1,000 net per person (food only), children age between 7 – 12 years old dine at THB 800 net per person and children age under 6 years old dine free when accompanied by a paying adult.
  • The Easter Sunday at the Sunday Jazzy Brunch on April 21 is 2,800++ Baht per person. Free flow wines for only 999++ Baht per person. Teenagers age between 13 – 19 years old dine at THB 1,200++ per person (food only), children age between 7 – 12 years old dine at THB 900++ per person and children age under 6 years old dine free when accompanied by a paying adult.

** The Grande Club members enjoy privileges

*** Marriott Bonvoy R+B Benefits apply

****All prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

*****Promotional price cannot be combined with other offers or discounts

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