Big bites of Sunday fun

tasty May 18, 2017 16:00

By The Nation

Twenty-Seven Bites Brasserie at the Radisson Blu Plaza combines favourite delicacies from around the world in its made-to-order-style Big Blu Sunday Brunch.

The venue’s chefs man the live cooking stations, preparing Western and Asian dishes from freshly made dim sum, pasta, hand-rolled sushi and fragrant Vietnamese noodle soup. 

Those looking for a hearty dish should sample the slow-braised Sunday roast, grilled meats and vegetables, creamy Indian curries or the flavourful Cantonese classics by China Table’s chef Bruce Hui. Seafood fans meanwhile can savour barbecued fish, king prawns as well as clams, crab and oysters.

“Our Big Blu Sunday Brunch is the perfect place for families to relax over a meal. Parents get a break too as the kids have plenty to keep them occupied in our children’s corner. That way everybody gets the most out of their Sunday brunch experience,” says general manager Peter Feran. 

French brasserie-style counters serve up freshly baked, fluffy croissants and a plethora of other delicious pastries, tropical fruits, freshly pressed juices, tasty nutritious smoothies and scrumptious desserts. 

The Sunday brunch is priced at Bt1,890 plus including free flow water, soft drinks, juices, tea and coffee and Bt2,290 with free flow sparkling wine, house wines and local beer.