Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok guarantees the epitome of culinary experience. Executive Chef David Senia redefines the Bangkok brunch scene, introducing ‘The Grand Sunday Brunch’ in grand style complete with indulgent dining pleasures at the city’s best-loved The Dining Room.
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok invites diners to visit The Dining Room for its newly-introduced ‘The Grand Sunday Brunch’. Available on every first Sunday of the month from 12:00 to 15:00, this better-than-ever Sunday Brunch in downtown Bangkok offers an indulgent buffet spread featuring not only the finest gourmet delicacies from around the world, but also the best from the land and the freshest from the sea. Further elevating the unparalleled brunch experience is a truly exceptional selection of freshly-prepared ‘Grand Creations’ from our executive chef, each presented right to your table.
Among the prime highlights of ‘Grand Creations’ are a trio of magnificent dishes: the ‘Jean Larnaudie’ foie gras au torchon and pan-seared foie gras with apricot puree; truffle & porcini risotto cooked à la minute in a matchless wheel of perfect parmesan; and elegant morsels of Ikura tart. The neighboring carving corner is always second-to-none, featuring only top-quality meats. One of the ‘must-try’ menus is roasted Australian rack of lamb served with a flavorful sauce and a full set of condiments. The Dining Room’s seafood selection also takes center stage. The culinary team carefully sources only the freshest gems of the ocean. In addition to the dedicated corner of freshly-shucked Fine de Claire, Celine, and Saint-Vaast oysters all imported from France, there are other seafood delicacies to try like rock lobsters, swimmer crabs and sea snails.
Western flavours and Asian essence combine in this exquisite brunch spread. The Dining Room excels at several popular dishes from around the world such as American classic ‘Scallop Rockefeller’, French artisanal duck leg confit, Hong Kong roast suckling pig, Singaporean chili crab with fried Mantou buns, and steamed sea crabs with Thai seafood dipping sauce. A tantalizing selection of Chinese dim sum, Japanese-grade sashimi including fine Hamachi fish, and superb sake-flamed ‘Aburi’ sushi specialties complete the bountiful offerings. Those looking for something with a French flair will certainly be pleased with the French branded selection of high-end cured hams and meats at the charcuterie station and an imported cheese spread featuring a variety of carefully-aged artisanal picks from the renowned Les Frères Marchand of Nancy, France as well as different types of truffle cheeses of Isigny Sainte-Mère.
The grand finale is a decadent variety of desserts, especially those from the eye-catching live-cooking station for Italian tiramisu, Belgian waffles, and French profiteroles. Other classic sweet staples won’t be missing. You’ll still see delicious treats like tropical passion fruit crème brulee, berry matcha mille-feuille, Thai coffee opera cake, and a heavenly display of bite-sized Khanom-Thai temptations or traditional Thai desserts, plus a spread of sensational confectionery and chocolate truffles too good to resist.
Special free-flow packages of Laurent-Perrier’s collection of Champagne, one of France’s most famous Champagne houses known for its finesse, lightness, and elegance, are available for extra-special occasions in addition to enchanting tunes of live music performance from some of Bangkok’s favourite local artists.
Whether you’re celebrating something special or just wanting to make the most of your weekend, visit Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok for its ever-popular The Dining Room for an unparalleled brunch experience in Bangkok every first Sunday of the month, an afternoon of indulgent dining and pleasure in grand style.
The Grand Sunday Brunch at The Dining Room, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Available on every first Sunday of the month from 12:00 to 15:00 hours
(3 July, 7 August, 4 September, 2 October, and 6 November 2022)
Priced at Baht 3,490 net person, with free-flow soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea
Priced at Baht 5,290 net person, with free-flow selected wines and vintage prosecco
Priced at Baht 6,690 net person, with free-flow Laurent-Perrier Brut champagne
For more information or reservations, please contact Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok via telephone at 02-254-1234, and e-mail at email@example.com, or visit www.grandhyatterawanbangkok.com.