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Free-flow hotel brunches in Bangkok for your next boozy weekend treat

Brunch in Bangkok is a serious business, and the free-flow deal takes it even further. If you’re brunch connoisseurs like we are, let’s see which hotels have the most enticing deals for you to down mimosas at noon.

There’s a lot of brunch places in Bangkok, but that makes it even harder to when deciding where to go to. Sometimes you just get your favourites, and sometimes you want to explore a bit outside your comfort zone. The eggs Benedict sound great, but a friend just posted about the pan-seared Fjord trout and we’ll take two. Whatever you order, some booze is a guilty pleasure many brunch enthusiasts have a hard time resisting. Let these hotels present their best dishes, and you just enjoy the vibes of a free-flow hotel brunch in Bangkok.

[Hero and featured image credit: Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok]

The best places to get your free-flow hotel brunch fix in Bangkok

Image credit: W Bangkok/Facebook

The Kitchen Table at W Bangkok

‘W Does Brunch’ brings the sophistication with no sense of pretentiousness. Their famous selections include Louisiana-style seafood, fresh seafood, BBQ pork ribs and smoked beef brisket from Tipsy, and other brunch favourites. They also have a live cocktail station as the cherry on top, with which you can enjoy all-you-can-drink as an option. Sometimes they even bring drag performers into the mix, so keep an eye on their socials.

More info: The Kitchen Table
Opening times: Open daily, 6.30am-10pm
Location: W Bangkok, 108 N Sathon Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok
Nearest station: Chong Nonsi, BTS

Image credit: Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

ALATi at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

There’s a unique sense of comfort that can only be found within the Mediterranean cuisine. ALATi brings a taste of the riviera into their Sunday brunch that no one can resist. Start with the seafood platter to share, some smoked salmon from the trolley, and maybe the wagyu beef for the main. The Hokkaido scallops and the Mediterranean Sea bass never fail to impress, either. For the full experience, snag the unlimited spritz package for the most refreshing drinks selection to go with the food.

More info: ALATi
Opening times: Open daily, 12pm-midnight (12-4pm; 6pm-midnight on Sundays)
Location: Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Nearest station: Siam, BTS

Image credit: Zuma Bangkok/Facebook

Zuma Bangkok at The St. Regis Bangkok

Located on the ground floor of the beautiful St. Regis Bangkok, Zuma offers guests a free-flow brunch session that’s both delicious and memorable. Your favourite Japanese flavours are transported right into the heart of Bangkok, with highlights including the miso marinated black cod wrapped in hoba leaf, as well as the A4 Japanese wagyu sirloin. The option of free-flow alcohol upgrades the experience even more; treat yourself with the Bollinger special cuvée champagne.

More info: Zuma Bangkok
Opening times: Open daily, 11.30-3pm; 6pm-1am (until 2am on Fri-Sat)
Location: The St. Regis Bangkok, 159 Ratchadamri Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Nearest station: Ratchadamri, BTS

Image credit: Goji Kitchen + Bar

Goji Kitchen + Bar at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park

If you’re in the mood for some sizzling steaks, Goji is not to be missed at any cost. Their signature Sunday Brunch features an array of succulent cuts cooked to perfection, along with grilled seafood, dim sum, boat noodles, cold cuts with gourmet cheeses, and many international delicacies. Be sure to treat yourself to their free-flow drinks, which, of course, include an array of alcohol. It’s for your health, we assume.

More info: Goji Kitchen + Bar
Opening times: Open daily, 12-2.30pm
Location: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, 199 Sukhumvit Alley 22, Klong Ton Khlong Toei, Bangkok
Nearest station: Phrom Phong, BTS

Image credit: Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel/Facebook

Aqua Bar, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Bask in the natural light and listen to the live band while indulging in your brunch favourites — you’ll love brunch even more when you’re at Aqua Bar on Sunday. While you’re enjoying the jazzy tunes, order something to fill you up with highlights including the lobster Thermidor and foie gras, or take a walk to choose from their array of international live stations. The free-flow wines, beers, and cocktails from the bar can’t go wrong, either.

More info: Aqua Bar
Opening times: Open daily, 12-3.30pm
Location: Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, 155 Rajadamri Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Nearest station: Ratchadamri, BTS

Image credit: The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel/Facebook

Colonnade at The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel

When it comes to international brunch, The Sukhothai Bangkok is a strong contender to be your favourite. Enjoy a mouthwatering array of fresh seafood, lobster, egg dishes, farmhouse cheeses, Japanese dishes, and many, many more. They also have live cooking stations for your next Instagram story, and free-flow drinks including their signature cocktails to keep your mind at ease.

More info: Colonnade
Opening times: Sunday brunch, 2-5pm
Location: The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel, 13 S Sathon Rd, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok
Nearest station: Lumphini, MRT

Image credit: Punjab Grill Bangkok

Punjab Grill Bangkok at Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit

If you love a kick of spice to your brunch, head to Punjab Grill. Their Sunday Brunch serves up an array of Indian dishes with so many to choose from, it’s best enjoyed with some company. Apart from the must-haves such as the mutton biryani and paneer, walk over to the live stations to see all the magic happen, including stir-fried dishes, tandoori, and more. The free-flow wine, beer, and sparkling does wonders with the spices, too.

More info: Punjab Grill
Opening times: Open daily, 6pm-midnight (additionally open at 12-3pm on weekends)
Location: Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit, 23/2-3 Soi Sukhumvit 13, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok
Nearest station: Lumphini, MRT

Image credit: Uno Mas/Facebook

Uno Mas at Centara Grand At CentralWorld

There’s nothing more fitting for a free-flow brunch session in Bangkok than Uno Mas’ “Champagne Brunch Buffet” deal. Canadian lobster, Alaskan king crab, A5 wagyu, 48-month-aged Blázquez Ibérico de Bellota ham, and all the premium ingredients we all live for. Speaking of premium, enjoy three hours of Pommery Brut Royal N.V. Champagne as free-flow. Sunday brunch still available separately, with its own free-flow deal.

More info: Uno Mas
Opening times: Open daily, 4pm-1am
Location: Centara Grand At CentralWorld, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Nearest station: Chit Lom, BTS

Image credit: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok

The Living Room​ at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Savour a large selection of international cuisines, with ingredients that will make your mouth water. There’s fresh seafood on ice, cold cuts, Italian antipasti, dim sum, Thai yum — you name it. There’s also an offer of drinks at a small added cost, which is perfect to go with the live jazz they have on the regular. Free-flow brunch in Bangkok has never felt more relaxed.

More info: The Living Room
Opening times: Open daily, 12-3pm
Location: Centara Grand At CentralWorld, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Nearest station: Asok, BTS; Sukhumvit, MRT

Free-flow hotel brunches in Bangkok for your next boozy weekend treat

Vichayuth Chantan

Digital Writer, Drinks and Dining

Writer by day and skinny legend by night, Vichayuth focuses on the hospitality industry of Thailand. You'll often find him at a bar finding new friends, discovering new drinks, and silently judging you from across the room.

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