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The Sunday Brunch at the Four Seasons has once again won the title of “Bangkok’s Best Brunch”. Their sumptuous spread of food spans the globe with Thai, Indian, Japanese, Chinese and Western cuisine plus a tantalizing dessert buffet for THB2,350 (USD73).
It’s no secret that pizza is best when it’s paired with beer, so Durty Nelly’s Irish Pub is offering a pitcher of beer for only THB100 (USD3) with purchase of a gourmet pizza every Tuesday night. Durty Nelly’s is one of Bangkok’s best Irish pubs with live sports, great music, and a friendly crowd.
There’s a new addition to the trendy dining scene in Bangkok’s Ratchadapisek district. The Two Forty Eight Café & Bar opened earlier this month and is sure to gain a loyal following for its diverse menu and affordable prices from THB 60 (USD2) to THB 590 (USD20).
A new restaurant is set to open at The Metropolitan Hotel in Bangkok. The name nahm, Bangkok is sure to ring a bell to discerning fans of Thai cuisine. The Metropolitan is centrally located in the heart of bustling Bangkok and is the perfect venue for the latest offering from Australian chef David Thompson, the man behind the first Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Europe – nahm at The Halkin in London.