Prices do not include service charge and applicable government tax unless stated “net’’.
May: Am Cafe offers a set boiled-rice dinner for 220 baht. It includes two servings of boiled rice and two side entrées. Choices include stir-fried kale with oyster sauce, Thai-style spicy salted-egg salad and fried chicken with garlic. The promotion is available nightly, 8-11pm.
Bangkok Marriott Sukhumvit
May: The District Grill Room and Bar introduces Japanese Kampo wagyu beef, boasting a perfect balance of marbling fat and lean meat as the cattle feeds on special herbs and grains. The beef will be flame grilled and served in various styles to the guests’ preferences.
Landmark Bangkok (02-254-0404)
May: Rib Room & Bar Steakhouse highlights prime cut beef, including Australian grain-fed 400 days, Australian grain-fed 150 days and USDA Prime beef, at 1,500 baht. Huntsman Pub’s recommended menu is pork spare ribs served with homemade sauce and potatoes of your choice. Price is 480 baht including a pint of local draught beer. Atrium international restaurant offers a large selection of crabs in its dinner buffet and Sunday brunch. Featured choices include king crab and blue crab as well as oysters, imported mussels and other fresh-caught seafood. Prices are 2,000 baht net per person for dinner (Sunday-Thursday) and 2,500 baht net per person for Friday and Saturday dinner as well as Sunday brunch.
Lotus Sukhumvit (02-610-0111)
May: Coco’s Cafe highlights a selection of lean and light dishes. Featured options include white asparagus salad with fennel shavings and orange-basil vinaigrette; grilled salmon with olive oil, semi-dried tomato relish and grilled asparagus; grilled salmon and tuna with vegetable ratatouille, black pepper corn sauce; grilled duck breast on roasted pineapple with tamarind jus. Prices start from 250 baht per dish.
Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit
May: Atelier features Sunday brunch international buffet with highlights such as king crab, snow crab, oyster, mussel, premium grilled meats as well wagyu beef, lamb, foie gras, fine cheeses and Indian curries. Price is 1,899 baht per person and inclusive of free-flow soft drinks. Selected credit cards holders are eligible for a special discount. Meanwhile, Tapas Y Vino recommends a large assortment of regional Spanish light bites ideal for sharing by up to four diners. Priced at 2,100 baht per set, the selection include jamon Iberico, Catalan calamari sautéed with chorizo, tiger mussels with spicy sauce and many more.
Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok
May: China Table introduces dim sum lunch buffet, priced at 688 baht per person on weekdays and 988 baht per person on Saturday and Sunday. Featured items include steamed pork dumplings with crab roe, steamed lava buns, steamed Shanghai dumplings, shrimp and pork dumplings in tea soup, corn soup with crabmeat and Yang Chao fried rice. The Exchange restaurant and The Ivy restaurant recommend wagyu beef burgers. Options are mushroom & Swiss cheese, 400 baht net; double beef and bacon, 755 baht net; chilli & cheese, 430 baht net; and turkey burger, 490 baht net.
May: Celebrate “Cinco De Mayo” fiesta tonight at Mexicano restaurant with a special menu and all night live music performance by Latin band and house DJ. Every Saturday, the restaurant features a brunch buffet at 699 baht per person, boasting unlimited servings of authentic Mexican fare including ceviche, tacos, fajitas and BBQ pork ribs. Meanwhile on Sundays, Indian brunch buffet is recommended at Rang Mahal restaurant. Price is 850 baht per person.
Westin Grande Sukhumvit (02-207-8032) May: Zest Bar & Terrace introduces Cheese Lovers’ high tea set. Priced at 813 baht net per set, which serves two people. The set includes herb-infused goat cheese on brioche, cheese balls stuffed with walnut and tangerine sauce, grilled croque-monsieur, cheddar-caramel Chicago cupcakes, yuzu mascarpone cake with fresh orange caramel and Sicilian quark cheese cannoli, accompanied by a choice of tea or coffee.
RAMA IV — SILOM — SURAWONG — CHAROEN KRUNG
May: Silver Waves Chinese restaurant features new menus to celebrate the abundant sea crab season. Among the recommended dishes are braised sea crab with egg curry in golden sauce, wok-fried sea crab with Chinese black olives in a clay pot and steamed sea crab with dried shrimps and minced pork in glutinous rice. Prices range from 1,500 baht to 1,900 baht net per plate.
Aetas Lumpini (02-618-9555)
May: The Hourglass restaurant and at GMT Lounge present a salmon-centric, four-course Western set menu at 750 baht per set. The set, which is available throughout the day, includes grilled fillet of tuna with salsa, tomato cream soup, a choice of grilled salmon with butter sauce or grilled salmon with sautéed mixed vegetables in white wine cream sauce; and mango and passion fruit mousse dessert.
May: Jade Garden Chinese restaurant’s recommended dish of the month is beef tenderloin with Shanghai sauce.
Pullman Bangkok Hotel G
May: Every Friday evening, Mistral Restaurant offers an international dinner buffet. Priced at 1,200 baht net per person, the buffet features a selection of appetisers, fresh salads, cold cuts and imported cheeses. There are also fresh seafood, Japanese sushi and sashimi as well as Thai favourites, Chinese dim sum, noodles, and Italian pasta. Add LINE: @ pullmanbkkhotelg and get 50% discount. Meanwhile, 25 Degrees Burgers, Wine & Liquor Bar recommends a succulent 200g wagyu beef burger dressed simply with mushrooms, avocado, roasted tomato, grilled onion, jalapeño peppers, a crispy egg, asparagus, lettuce, cheddar and garlic aioli, accompanied by fried potato wedges, for 380 baht.
Royal Orchid Sheraton (02-266-9214) May: Giorgio’s features a monthly promotion of fresh homemade pastas and seafood. Featured menu items include baked black ink cannelloni stuffed with seafood, ricotta cheese and white wine marinara espumas; lobster beetroot ravioli in crustacean sauce; paccheri with spicy scallops; green tagliolini with crabmeat and mild-spiced sauce, conchiglioni stuffed with ricotta cheese, baby shrimp, clam, diced tomato and alfredo sauce; baked seafood lasagna with herb-seethed pizza bread dome. Prices start at 450 baht per dish. Thara Thong Thai restaurant recommends a selection of regional cuisine sets served in home-styled, multi-tier containers. Featured menu items are sea scallops with galangal shoot in coconut milk soup; deep-fried crabmeat and minced pork; sour and spicy snapper soup with Thai herbs; spicy mango and apple with shrimp salad, and stir-fried tofu with chilli and basil leaves. Cost is 850 baht per set and is available for dinner.
May: Next 2 Cafe highlights newly-revamped, family-orientated Sunday brunch buffet with a vast selection of cuisines. Culinary offerings include imported fresh seafood (for example, Maine lobster, Alaskan king crab and Pacific Oyster); Japanese sushi and sashimi; Cantonese Peking duck; à la minute Italian dishes; western-styled BBQ and grilled items; wagyu beef burger and a hot dog station; Middle Eastern and Greek fare; Indian favourites and Thai classics. Price is 2,888 baht per person, including live jazz music and various activities for children.
SATHON — WITTHAYU
Banyan Tree Bangkok (02-679-1200) May: Vertigo restaurant recommends premium seafood menu items such as wholebaked line-caught seabream; monk fish with razor clam ragout and baked Dover sole with sun-dried tomatoes, roasted pine nuts and saffron-white wine sauce. Bai Yun Chinese restaurant’s featured dishes are baked Maine lobster with ginseng in chicken broth and roasted lobster with garlic, coriander and chilli powder in oyster sauce. Tai Hei teppanyaki restaurant offers all-you-can-enjoy teppanyaki dinner and Sunday brunch at 1,499 baht per person including a choice of soft drink or local beer.
Eastin Grand Sathorn Bangkok
May-June: LUCE Italian restaurant recommends its healthy menu including deep-fried egg yolk with sous-vide root vegetables and a light dill sauce, Atlantic salmon fillet with fresh baby fennel salad and salmon foam, sous-vide short ribs with slow-roasted garlic-vegetable pickle finished with potato mustard and overnight-cooked rice pudding, tasty Madagascar vanilla and 63-degree carrot cream mousse. Prices start at 220 baht per item.
Okura Prestige Bangkok (02-687-9000) May: Elements restaurant recommends exclusively created dishes prepared with chu toro (fatty tuna). Featured menu items include chu toro tartare with yuzu jelly, fresh wasabi and sashimi sorbet; Gravlax-style chu toro with avocado, smoked tofu and potato wafer; smoked chu toro with ginger, bonito, foie gras and dashi broth; chu toro steak with white asparagus, soba, dried olives and oyster leaves and charcoal-grilled chu toro with Swiss chard, beef cheek croquette and sauce mousseline. Dishes are offered à la carte or in multi-course meal. Yamazato Japanese restaurant celebrates “Tango No Sekku” (Boy’s Festival) with special lunch sets and kaiseki dinner menus throughout the month. Highlighted dishes include grilled conger eel with crab, maitake mushrooms and white asparagus; green tea fish noodle soup; simmered egg custard with ginko nuts and tofu skin; grilled beef and young sweet fish with papaya dressing garnished with elingi mushrooms; and a traditional dish of sea bream head simmered in a thick soy sauce. Price is 1,300 baht for set lunch and 4500 baht for eight-course Kaiseki dinner.
Plaza Athenee Bangkok (02-650-8800) May: Utage modern Japanese restaurant highlights Sunday lunch buffet featuring finest ingredients such as wagyu beef, Alaskan king crab, oysters, amaebi shrimp, foie gras, Maine lobster, tiger prawns, hokkigai clams and many more. Price is 3,000 baht per person.
LANG SUAN — PLOENCHIT
InterContinental Bangkok (02-656-0444)
May: Summer Palace Cantonese restaurant introduces a new selection of dishes prepared with XO sauce. Featured dishes include steamed snow fish in XO sauce;
wok-fried prawn and chicken in XO sauce, and sautéed scallop and asparagus in XO sauce. Prices range between 350 baht and 720 baht per dish.
Muse Bangkok (02-630-4000)
May: Babette’s the Steakhouse recommends European melted cheese side dishes to go with your prime steak choice. Featured items include wood-fire smoked cheese with Italian charcuterie; Camembert bocage cru cheese in a wooden box with salad; Roquefort blue cheese with fried pancetta and walnuts, and burrata cheese with beef tartare and quail egg. Wrap up the meal with goat cheese lemon cheesecake with blueberry sauce.
Novotel Ploenchit (02-305-6000)
May: Dee Lounge offers express lunch set from Monday to Thursday. The set, priced at 120 baht net per person, comprises one main dish and a choice of soft drink, iced tea, fruit punch or mineral water. Featured menu includes the likes of bacon and cheese sandwich, chicken wrap, spaghetti carbonara, roasted pork rib with rice and stir-fried noodle with seafood.
RATCHADAMRI — RATCHAPRASONG
Anantara Siam (02-126-8866)
May: White Asparagus is the seasonal highlight Madison Steakhouse. Featured menus include warm white asparagus salad with Boston Lobster and caviar; wagyu beef sirloin with truffle mash potato and white asparagus; and caramelised rhubarb dessert with strawberry and white asparagus ice cream.
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
May: Every Saturday night, Uno Mas restaurant features a special dish prepared with Josper-grilled Iberico, the world’s best pork. A selection of three cuts, namely Presa Iberico, Pluma Iberico and Secreto Iberico (100gr of each), will be served with sauces and condiment at 1,850 baht.
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong
May: Flavors international buffet restaurant features slow-roasted prime rib with a wide selection of sauces — from Béarnaise to pan jus glace to black truffle — available at dinner, from Sunday to Thursday, at 1,590 baht per person, while at lunchtime on Sunday, highlights are a variety of Thai food from four regions. Price is 2,400 baht per person.
SIAM SQUARE — RAMA I — PHAYA THAI
Novotel Bangkok Siam Square (02-209-8888)
May: Lok Wah Hin Chinese restaurant features special dim sum buffet dinner at 490 baht net per person.
The Sukosol (02-247-0123)
May: Patummat international buffet restaurant features an all-you-can eat oyster promotion. Priced at 1,300 baht net per person, the buffet features approximately 10 kinds of oysters sourced from the US’s Palm Cove, France’s Fine de Normadie and Fine de Claire, Japan’s Kumamoto and Miyagi, South Australia’s Coffin Bay and Smokey Bay and Ireland’s Carlingford Lough, to name a few. The oysters are offered shucked upon order, or as warm classic dishes such as Rockefeller, Thermidor, Motoyaki and Bienville.
PRATUNAM — MAKKASAN — LAN LUANG
Avani Atrium (02-718-2000)
May: Public restaurant features classic American flavours in its Friday and Saturday buffet dinner. Priced at 850 baht per person, the buffet features the likes of juicy steak and BBQ skewers with a variety of sauces, freshly made hot dogs and Tex-Mex delicacies as well as apple pies and chocolate brownies, among other buffet classics.
Mercure Bangkok Makkasan
May: Every Friday evening, the Station Café features seafood buffet at 555 baht per person. Free-flow beverage packages are also available.
Royal Princess Larn Luang (02-281-3088) May-June: The Empress Chinese restaurant recommends dishes prepared with imported shellfish including conch and sea snail. Featured menus are sautéed Chilean top shell with superior sauce; sautéed Chilean top shell with fresh chillies; and pan-fried conch in gravy. Prices start at 450 baht per item.
RATCHADAPHISEK — VIBHAVADI — CHAENG WATTHANA
Best Western Plus Wanda Grand (02-582-8282)
May: Vivanda Cuisine restaurant offers business lunch sets, of Thai and international cuisines, at 299 baht per set. Price is inclusive of an appetiser, a main entrée, a dessert and fruit juice.
Centara Grand at CentralPlaza Lardprao (02-541-1234)
May: Le Danang Vietnamese restaurant’s recommended dishes are grilled squid stuffed with marinated pork and mango salad; dragon fruit salad with fresh prawn; deep-fried river prawn; and sautéed mixed mushroom with garlic and seasonal herbs. Dynasty Chinese restaurant highlights a new selection of set menus for a group of 10 guests for both lunch and dinner. Each set menu features a large hors d’oeuvre platter; followed by various entrées and dessert. Prices start from 7,300 baht per set.
May: Daiichi Japanese restaurant presents sushi buffet at 650 baht per person for both lunch and dinner. Highlighted sushi toppings include foie gras, unagi (sea eel), salmon, wagyu, and tuna.
Miracle Grand Convention (02-575-5599) May: Edo Japanese restaurant offers a free flow of sashimi, sushi, shabu shabu, sukiyaki hotpot, teppanyaki items, deep-fried tonkatsu items and Japanese green tea (hot and iced). Prices are 590 baht net per person for lunch and 790 baht net person for dinner.
Swissôtel Le Concorde (02-694-2222) May: Loong Foong Chinese restaurant adds new items to its selection of allyou-can-eat Hong Kong-style dim sum offerings. The menu includes mixed mushroom bun, crispy taro puff with scallops and salmon egg and baked BBQ pork, which are available alongside classic items such as steamed minced pork dumplings with black caviar and shrimp and steamed scallop and egg white dumplings with bird’s nest. The buffet is priced at 790 baht per person for both lunch and dinner.
RAMA III — THON BURI
Ibis Bangkok Riverside (02-805-9824) May: From Tuesday to Sunday, Taste restaurant features an international seafood buffet dinner. The line-up includes arrays of appetisers, salads and Japanese delicacies as well as fresh seafood. Price is 790 baht net per person including unlimited soft drinks.
Montien Riverside (02-292-2999)
May: Emperor restaurant introduces new menu of wok-fried grouper fish with garlic sauce and broccoli. Price is 390 baht per dish.
The Peninsula Bangkok
May: River Café & Terrace offers a variety of buffet dinner options for guests to enjoy under its “Seven Days, Seven Themes Culinary Journey” promotion. Italian fare is featured on Mondays, Thai cuisine on Tuesdays, fresh seafood on Wednesdays, butcher-market items on Thursdays, South American cuisine on Fridays, Spanish favourites on Saturdays and family barbecue affair on Sundays. Price is 1,800 baht per person.
Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin (032-512-021)
May: Every Tuesday, Coast Beach Club & Bistro features grilled-to-order fresh fish menu, such as fillet of tuna, salmon, sea bass and snapper to be served with your favourite sauce and side order. Price is 450 baht per a 200g portion.
Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai
May: Le Grand Lanna Thai restaurant’s recommended dishes of May are steamed marinated spring chicken with turmeric and galangal chilli paste and spicy spring chicken soup with young tamarind leaves. Fujian Chinese restaurant features dishes prepared with deep-fried sea prawns served with honey and black pepper. Farang Ses French restaurant introduces new five-course degustation menu which consists the likes of steamed shellfish with lemongrass and coconut milk; fresh ravioli made with Granny Smith apples, black pudding and potato espuma; airy pistachio profiteroles with raspberry coulis, and more. Price is 1,800 baht per person.
Kantary Korat (044-353-011)
May: Orchard restaurant presents Wednesday international buffet lunch at 350 baht net per person. The buffet lunch features a variety of dishes including homemade Italian pizza and pasta, Japanese sushi, salad bar and desserts.
U Pattaya (033-046-100)
May: Papillon restaurant presents “Street To Table” food promotion, of which traditional Thai street food is turned upside down with an avant-garde twist for a true treat for the senses. Special menus include sticky rice with pork BBQ, phad kraphrao with scallops, Thai curry fish custard and pan-fried banana roti.