A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow. Sons and daughters are invited to celebrate Father’s Day and treat their dads to brunch at the Amari Watergate Bangkok’s Amaya Food Gallery.
With a sampling of cuisine from all over Asia as well as an Italian station, Amaya’s Father’s Day Brunch features premium seafood both on ice and on the grill. There are oysters, river prawns, rock lobsters, Alaskan crabs, blue crabs and New Zealand mussels prepared to the diners’ liking.
Diners can celebrate the street food of Asia and finish the meal with a selection of desserts at Amaya Treats, which offers a range of seasonal fruits, international cakes and traditional Thai treats, including the signature ice kacang with 40 varieties of toppings.
The Father’s Day Brunch is on December 5 from noon to 3.30pm and costs Bt1,750-plus, including freeflowing drinking water and soft drinks. Fathers eat for free with a family of three or more adults.
Make reservations at (02) 653 9000, extension 355, or email email@example.com.
Tulip's triple choice
Meanwhile the Golden Tulip Sovereign Hotel Bangkok will be welcoming dads at Fook Yuan, its Chinese restaurant, for dim sum and other Cantonese delights, at Nishiki Japanese restaurant for an alacarte buffet (Bt650-net for lunch and Bt750 for dinner) and 92 Café for an international buffet (lunch Bt599, dinner Bt750).
Plus, Dad dines for free on December 5 if he’s got four other adults in tow, as well as a free family photo. For reservations, call (02) 641 4777.
Dim sum also tops the lunch buffet menu at the Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok’s Silver Waves Chinese restaurant, where a table of four pays only for three.
The price is Bt1,150-net (Bt575 for children). Set it up at (02) 307 8888, extension 1948-9 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All the favourites
The JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok is ready to treat the whole family with a Father’s Day feast at the Grand Brunch Buffet at JW Café on December 5 from noon to 3pm.
On offer are authentic Thai dishes, dim sum, sushi and sashimi, mac ’n’ cheese, fresh seafood, wagyu beef noodles, foie gras, cold cuts and prime rib, roast beef and lamb. That’s Bt2,040-plus.
Meanwhile the hotel’s Chinese restaurant, Man Ho, will have a Grand All You Can Eat Dim Sum Lunch for Bt1,500-net. There’ll be 60 types of dim sum available, plus other delicacies like roast duck Hong Kong style.
Book a table at (02) 656 7700.