Bangkok has a thriving brunch scene with something to suit all tastes and budgets, from hip cafes to luxurious hotel buffets. You’ll find Sunday is the best day in Bangkok to do brunch, with many restaurants providing special Sunday brunch menus. From riverside dining to vegan feasts, check out our recommendations for the best places to go for brunch in Bangkok.
Best Bangkok Brunches with a View
In addition to great food, make the most of your brunch experience with a great view at places like the Blooming Gallery, the Gardens of Dinsor Palace, and Flow at the Millenium Hilton.
Blooming Gallery is a stunning floral café with dishes named after Monet's artworks.
Diners can enjoy a plate of eggs benedict whilst surrounded by greenery, plants, and flowers. Be sure to check out their signature “A Path in the Forest” dessert, a soft matcha cheesecake with matcha powder sprinkled over a wooden plate to make it look like a moss-covered log.
Housed inside a former royal mansion between BTS Thonglor and Ekamai, the Gardens of Dinsor Palace is a European restaurant with stunning views of the tranquil gardens which are home to swans and white peacocks. The extensive brunch menu offers a variety of dishes to include passionfruit pancakes, pulled pork sandwiches, and pasta dishes.
Flow at the Millenium Hilton Hotel in Bangkok is home to a beautiful outdoor dining terrace overlooking the Chao Phraya river. The restaurant’s special “Brunch on the River” menu starts with complimentary cocktails and canapes followed by an international-themed mix of western-style and Asian dishes.
Best Vegan Brunches in Bangkok
Vegans need not miss out on brunch in Bangkok with several dedicated options catering to their requirements to include Vistro, a plant-based restaurant that often hosts vegan brunches on the weekends featuring pancakes, smoothie bowls, and waffles.
Over at the Nourish Café, a vegan restaurant located above a combat sports gym, you can join their popular bagel brunch, held on the last Saturday of the month. Expect to find unique bagel toppings like lemon & garlic tahini and balsamic roast cherry tomatoes, or vegan cheese with seitan sausage and sweet pickle.
Veganerie is a vegan restaurant and bakery chain with six branches throughout Bangkok. Their delicious brunch menu includes dishes such as vegan pizzas, tacos, and waffles, with everything priced at less than 300 baht.
Good Value Brunches in Bangkok
If you’d rather avoid expensive hotel brunches with free-flowing champagne then try checking out venues such as The Corner and Roast. The Corner is a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant popular with ex-pats that offers a Sunday brunch with most items costing less than 500 baht to include items such as fresh croissants, baguettes, fruits, and a Spanish brunch.
Roast is a chain of casual all-day restaurants with four locations across Bangkok. Items on their classic brunch menu are priced between 300 and 400 baht and include pancakes, cooked breakfasts, a vegan breakfast, and healthy smoothie bowls.
Housed inside an abandoned 150-year-old former boat shop, Sarnies blends Australian and Thai flavors to create their unique brunch menu with dishes like their Thai breakfast muffin and the tom yum eggs benedict, all priced at around 300 baht each.
Other Popular Brunch Spots in Bangkok
Some of the city’s other top spots for brunch include Bangkok Trading Post, a spacious restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows and marble top counters. Popular items from their brunch menu include their pancakes with orange whipped cream, and eggs benedict with spinach and smoked salmon.
Breakfast Story is a specialist all-day breakfast restaurant known for their particularly fluffy pancakes drenched in maple syrup and bottomless American drip coffee. Other specialties include homemade granola, healthy smoothies, and French toast.
For lovers of seafood, the brunch at Up & Above restaurant located inside the Okura Prestige hotel includes fresh sushi and sashimi available to order, in addition to Canadian lobster, snow crab, and oysters.