Incredible Sunday Buffet In Bangkok To Fill Your Famished Stomach


Thai cuisine is best experienced in the congested streets of Bangkok. Generally, if the food is cheap, the better it tastes; the less extensive the menu, the fresher the food. However, there are also high-end restaurants that are fully air-conditioned and provide delicious cuisine and just about anything a client will want. Let’s face it, if you want to go all out, you can do it properly by opting for a Sunday buffet in Bangkok. This will really fill your hungry stomachs and get a great deal on a meal.

Viola at Sofitel

Viola at Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit offers you the weekend “Craving for Crustaceans” buffet serving all types of seafood. This is a Sunday buffet in Bangkok with a strange mix of Thai and Parisian cuisine blended seamlessly together. The price is not that cheap costing 1800baht and for kids under 12, they get half the price. But it’s your chance to taste the New Zealand mussels which is really delicious and nutritious.

The restaurant’s wide range of foods can get a bit little confusing for you but you can select some samples of a little of everything. You need to leave room for dessert and the tower of chocolate fondue is something worth trying for. Should you decide to finish your meal, you can move on directly to Bangkok’s latest shopping centre, Terminal 21 from the Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit.

Riverside Terrace

If you still like to eat, you can enjoy the luxury at the Riverside Terrace of the magnificent Mandarin Oriental. They serve barbeque at night at the side of the river. The quality of food is incomparable to those at the Viola; however, you enjoy a panoramic view of the Chao Phraya, which makes Sunday buffet in Bangkok a great stop. You’ll even see spectacular ice sculptures in this restaurant. The fantastic buffet here will cost you around 2766 baht.

St Regis Bangkok’s VIU

If you are out for a stylish meal, you can head on to the St. Regis Bangkok’s VIU for a Sunday brunch. Here you get a delicious tipsy for unlimited bloody marys and martinis. You can also taste delicacies like the Boston lobster and foie gras from the full buffet. You can stuff yourself with roasted lamb while listening to soothing jazz music. The whole meal should cost you 2400 baht.

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