Hola there. When we think of the only day worth living it’s definitely Sunday. Ok, we’ll live through the rest of the week, but just for that glorious Sunday relaxation, family and friend time, shopping, and, obviously, brunching.
Some of the many benefits of brunch include that it’s guilt-free (you’ll start that healthy eating plan on Monday), it’s a great excuse to gather people together, and you can take your time to eat much, much more than usual. We’ll bet that you don’t have room for three scoops of sorbet after dinner, but at brunch, pffft why not?
We recently discovered a place you can brunch over unlimited Mexican food, with live-cooked seafood, and a very uplifting variety of desserts. Especially necessary to keep that pre-Monday anxiety at bay.
Let us break down this concept of ‘unlimited Mexican food’ for you, because we know that got your attention. It starts with everyone’s favorite Mexican delight, the guac. This guac is so good that we won’t even judge you (too harshly) if all you did was munch on crunchy chips with freshly squashed and seasoned guacamole, plus different home-style hot sauces. This guac is that good.
Now, over to the cold starters. That’s right, there’s much more to add to your first plate than delightful guacamole; fresh smoked salmon and crisp farm-to-table salads, for starters.
You won’t have to worry about the kids for one moment. (All the better to focus on what to eat next!) That’s because this brunch is very kids-friendly. Even if those little scamps make a bee-line for the dessert station you won’t have to feel guilty for being a horrible parent — it’s filled with fresh fruits and berries, home-made blended fruit sorbet and popsicles. (And for the record, anyone that treats their kids to Mexican brunch is a wonderful human being in our book.) Kids can also snack on mini-burgers for a little dose of protein in between playing with a friendly clown who gives out free balloon animals.
Ok, now back to the food, amigos. There’s a live station to get fresh sliced pork tacos. (Just please don’t say kebabs, or you risk offending Mexican Head Chef Carlos Bravo.) Couple these bad boys, topped with classic sauces like chipotle and habanero, with free-flow margaritas and sangria. Si! That’s how you do a kick-ass day drinking session.
How can we forget the live seafood station? Please just keep this between us: eat tons of fresh cooked prawns because they’re juicy, fresh, and enormous. The rest of the seafood is equally impressive, but c’mon, go for those prawns — if you do, the meal is already well worth your Sunday.
We’re giving you a sec to enjoy this picture. Done? These are the 6-hour slow-cooked and smoked pulled pork and pulled lamb. Tender, smoky, and perfectly cooked, we hope that’s how you like it too.
Huh, we’ve spoiled you too much, but there’s still a lot more to love (and eat) at this brunch. Get everyone over to Mexicano at The Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok on Sukhumvit Soi 20 to try their completely revamped menu — for the absolutely value-for-money price of THB1,250 nett. Pick up your phone and tap 02-261-7060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here to book now.
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