5 Spots for Easter Brunch Around Bangkok

Experience everything from easter-themed brunches to easter egg hunts

Are you looking for a delicious Easter brunch? Here are a few spots we have selected where you can enjoy some Easter Sunday fun with friends and family.



Easter-Egg-Stravaganza at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit’s Sunday Jazzy Brunch

Celebrate Easter in style at Sheraton Grande’s special Sunday Jazzy Brunch. Featuring delicacies from around the world, dishes are carefully crafted by executive chef Gaetano Palumbo and his talented team. Guests can experience the thrill of culinary theatre at live cooking stations where chefs will prepare pasta, risotto, noodles, and Asian skewers to order. 

Highlight menus include chef Gaetano’s authentic Italian delicacies such as antipasti and premium cold cuts, a colourful salad bar, a spectacular selection of seafood on ice, including freshly-shucked oysters, river prawns, local crabs, rock lobsters, a luxurious caviar station, smoked fish bar, and hand-cut Japanese sashimi, sushi, and more.

Throughout the afternoon, children will be kept fully entertained with “egg-citing” activities.

The Easter Sunday Jazzy Brunch is held on April 9 from noon–3pm and is priced at 3,000 baht net per person, teens can enjoy this fulfilling feast for only 2,354 baht net, and children dine for 1,766 baht net.

For more information, visit 
marriott.com or call 02 649 8888.



Easter Sunday Brunch at Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok

Enjoy a special Easter-themed brunch with an array of goodies throughout the dining hall, including Easter cupcakes and chocolate Easter bunnies. Children can visit the lush Urban Oasis and enjoy the fun traditional egg hunt at 2pm.

The Easter Sunday Brunch is held on April 9 from noon–3pm and is priced at 2,950++ baht per person including soft drinks, 3,500++ baht per person with alcoholic beverages, and 1,475++ baht per child aged 6–12 years old. Children under 6 dine for free!

For more information, visit 
kimptonmaalaibangkok.com or call 02 056 9999.



Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Invite friends and family over to enjoy fun-filled Easter activities and brunch at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. The Sunday brunch buffet includes seafood on ice, grilled foie gras, tacos with wagyu beef sauce, lobster mac and cheese, and much more. Clean your palette with a variety of desserts like homemade ice cream, chocolates, delicious sorbet, and a special Easter egg hunting activity for the children.

Easter brunch is held on April 9 at noon
–3:30pm and priced at 2,600++ baht per person, 1,300++ baht for children ages 5–11.

Egg painting activities are also available at Mocha & Muffins on April 8–9 at 2–4pm (Advance reservation is required).

For more information, visit anantara.com or call 02 126 8866. 



Hop into Zing for “Egg-straordinary” Easter Delights at Centara Grand at CentralWorld

Celebrate the season of new beginnings with an array of “egg-ceptional” Easter treats at Zing, located on the ground floor of Centara Grand at CentralWorld. Indulge in a delightful assortment of chocolate bunnies, eggs, and other mouth-watering creations to satisfy your sweet tooth. 

Here is a scrumptious line-up of Easter-themed desserts:

• Easter Bunny carrot cake (190++ baht)

• Egg flourless chocolate mousse (190++ baht)

• Easter Egg panna cotta strawberry tart (190++ baht)

• Easter Egg panna cotta Kiwi tart (190++ baht)

• Easter Egg panna cotta mango tart (190++ baht)

• Easter egg nest chocolate cake (700++ baht)

All of these delectable desserts can be enjoyed at Zing or taken home to share with family and friends. Desserts are available until April 10 from 7am

Fore more information, visit 
centarahotelsresorts.com or call 02 100 1234.



Easter Sunday at The Standard Grill

Savour a delicious 3-course menu at the iconic steakhouse, The Standard Grill at The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon. Your Easter feast starts with an appetiser to share. Take your pick of sugar-cured New Zealand king salmon, potted school prawns, or a honey-glazed ham. Indulge with a  salt-baked French sea bass or a wood-fired rotisserie lamb leg as the main course. Fill up your tummies with an easter-style dessert—an Easter Egg filled panna cotta, mango, and passion fruit.

The Easter Sunday 3-course menu is available on April 9 and is priced at 2,400++ baht per person.

For more information, visit 
standardhotels.com or call 02 085 8888.