Sunset gatherings, sumptuous tastes

tasty January 14, 2018 09:00

By The Nation

The Courtyard, an outdoor garden at the heart of The House on Sathorn, provides a leafy and serene al fresco setting perfect for spending time with friends and family.

Now the restaurant is introducing “The Sunday Roast” every second Sunday of the month with all-you-can-eat roast and BBQ menu in the garden. A live band sets the mood from sunset on. 

The lunch buffet features an Oysters on Ice station with Fine de Claire and Tasmanian oysters plus tuna tartare and a Spit Roast Carving station with Kurobuta pork and Piri Piri chicken. The Charcoal Barbeque station has Wagyu Flank steak, pork spare rib, miso cod, home-made sausages, garlic white prawns and more, all complemented with a variety of sauces and sides such as Yorkshire pudding, mashed potatoes, mac & cheese and a wide selection of salads. 

Finish the meal with apple crumble, strawberry tart, chocolate brownie and an ice cream and sorbet selection. 

The Sunday Roast at The Courtyard, The House on Sathorn is available today (January 14), February 11, and March 11 from 6 to 10pm for Bt2,600-plus inclusive of free flow soft drinks, juices, coffees and teas. Add Bt900-plus person for free flow premium wines, craft beers, cocktails and sparkling wines.

Opened in 2015, The House on Sathorn is the neo-classical structure dating from 1889 that was originally a private residence. It became a hotel in the 1920s then from the 1950s to 1999 served as the site of the Russian embassy. 

The building and grounds – directly adjacent to W Bangkok – comprise four separate venues: signature restaurant The Dining Room, outdoor bistro The Courtyard, and The Bar in addition to Upstairs and The Conservatory for meeting and social gatherings.

Book your table by calling (02) 344 4025 or email to or. For up-to-date information, visit