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Bangkok's Biggest Brunch Begins at Imperial Queen's Park Hotel

24.06.2012

Bangkok comes alive every Sunday just before noon when hordes of hungry Bangkokians descend on the many lavish brunches to be found around the city centre's high class restaurants. 


But the biggest of them all has just been launched at the Imperial Queen's Park Hotel in Sukhumvit 22, where diners now have the opportunity to feast in three different outlets for just one price.


Three very different themes will come together every Sunday so that diners will be able to dine around the world while dining around the hotel.  From the Parkview Restaurant's international flavours on the ground floor, to the Imperial China's authentic Cantonese cuisine on the fourth floor, to Kacho's Japanese delicacies on the top floor, the hotel is providing over 300 dishes from 60 countries.


Words and photos by Paul Hutton, Bangkok Scene.

 

Sangsuda "June" Boonma (above) pours Chinese tea in the Imperial China Restaurant

 

 

Staff stock up the fresh seafood selection in the Parkview Restaurant

 

Staff stand by to welcome guests to Kacho Japanese Restaurant

 

The Imperial China Restaurant Manager Chaiyan Mongkolkulsat

 

The hotel believes that it is providing great value for money, with the entire selection available for 1,600 baht net per person, or 2,100 baht net per person with free flow beverages, for which a special dine around pass is issued.


The featured restaurants of Triple Brunch Sundays are:

Parkview Restaurant (Lobby level)
Be enchanted by traditional brunch favourites with live-action cooking stations, BBQ selection, hot dishes, fresh fruits and Thai and International dessert favourites such as French Toast, Waffles, Crepes, Croque Monsieur, grilled gourmet sausages, made-to-order Omelette, succulent imported roast carvery, ham carvery and Eggs Benedict.

Imperial China Restaurant (4th Floor, Imperial Club Tower)
Chef Chu Hong invites you to try his creations of a fabulous grand Chinese Sunday brunch buffet featuring authentic Cantonese dishes such as steaming assorted Dim Sum, shark’s fin soup, Peking duck, roast suckling pig, stir-fried seafood and delicious traditional desserts.

Kacho Japanese Restaurant (37th Floor, Queen’s Park Tower)
With panoramic views of the Bangkok skyline, Kacho offers traditional Japanese cuisine to please every palette with an impressive buffet feast featuring sushi bar, Japanese delights, customary favourites such as Sautéed beef with yakiniku sauce, Salmon teriyaki, Pan fried gyoza and an amazing chilled seafood display including Canadian Lob
ster.

 

An array of hot dishes await diners in The Imperial China Restaurant

 

Musical entertainment in The Parkview Restaurant

 

Oysters on ice at The Parkview Restaurant

 

Diners mingle with staff as the Cantonese Buffet is served at The Imperial China Restaurant

 

The seafood display in Kacho Japanese Restaurant features Canadian lobster

 

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