Say ‘Ciao’ to da Vinci’s Saturday brunch at Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 18


Anyone who appreciates good food in Thailand will hear that inner voice calling out for fresh, quality seafood with cocktail dips (and a line of other sauces especially in Thailand) with zesty lemon slices. So what do you do? Ignore the echoing voice and resort to streetside fried rice and tom yum goong, or succumb and go for an occasional seafood treat?

Help yourself as we assume you make your first dash to the seafood station and courteously grab a healthy amount of raw shucked oysters, quickly poached tiger prawns, meaty blue crabs, rock lobsters, fresh salmon, Canadian lobster (half lobster per person – because sharing is caring) and much more – all the reasons why you’re there.

We do apologize if you’re on a diet, but if you look at it from a positive angle – you are getting a good dose of Omega 3, protein and minerals, right?

If you think you’ve had enough of seafood (you can never have enough seafood, though), you can cleanse your palate by stopping over the antipasto section. Clear up that fishiness and go for the Mediterranean-style salad, and various pasta and risotto options.

You’re not really reaching the peak of the buffet unless you get to the main highlights of the ristorante, which are presented by the master chefs of da Vinci: a live BBQ combination of meat and more seafood (yes please) grilled to your liking, and of course, do leave some room for their signature stone-baked pizzas with multiple toppings.

What the kids are going to eat is the least of your concern since they are getting a specially developed menu – we’re just worried that you won’t be able to resist taking a bite from their plates.

End the buffet on a tender note with the likes of panna cotta, Italian’s must-have tiramisu, and carved and sliced fresh fruits. Once it’s over, you’re welcome to soak up the sun or get soaked in the outdoor pool. Convince your family and friends to come and fill up on fresh seafood and fine Italian cuisine – starting only at THB1,250 (nett) per person, and go all out pairing the buffet with free flow red, white, and sparkling wine, fresh fruit juice and soft drinks for only THB1,850 (nett) person.

And congratulations to our Coconuts readers for making it to the bottom of the article, you’ve earned a special 10% off on Saturday brunch at Rembrandt Hotel – simply present this article to the staff to use the perk!

Reserve your table, call 02-261-7100 or click here.

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