Special Price for teenagers at the Sunday Jazzy Brunch

General Press Releases Friday September 29, 2017 16:57
Bangkok--29 Sep--Sheraton Grande

The original and still the best, our spectacular Sunday Jazzy Brunch is Bangkok's finest buffet. Every Sunday, you can treat the family to a fabulous selection of local and international cuisines across three award-winning venues, Rossini's, basil, and The Living Room.

The hotel recognizes that young people may not have the same appetite and taste of adults therefore we are introducing a special offer, now until 17 December, for teenagers (13 – 19 years) of 1,000 Baht net and for the younger (4 – 12 years) of 800 Baht net. In this way we look forward to welcoming more families every Sunday.

The Sunday Jazzy Brunch features a rich variety of appetizers, cold cuts, salads, soups, fresh imported seafood like baked snapper and oysters, dim sum, sushi, exotic Indian curries, roast Australian 240-day prime rib of beef and Thai favorites, a live pasta and risotto station, imported cheeses, irresistible European and Thai desserts, and much more.

The Sunday Jazzy Brunch is proud to showcase live jazz from homegrown talent, the Soul Steppers. Fronted by the female vocalist, Vahn Thosri, the 4-piece band will delight you with modern jazz and soul.
Make your weekend memorable at the Sunday Jazzy Brunch!

On October 1, November 5 and December 3, help raise funds for the Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Foundation. At the charity auctions, diners can bid vouchers for stays in some of the most luxurious Marriott Hotels & Resorts around the world including W Verbier – Switzerland, Suiran, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Kyoto – Japan, Le Meridien Saigon – Vietnam, The Westin Sydney – Australia, W Bali – Indonesia, JW Marriott Khao Lak Resort & Spa – Thailand, Renaissance Paris Arc De Triomphe Hotel – France and more.

The renowned Sunday Jazzy Brunch is served every Sunday from 00 to 15.00 hours on level 1.The Sunday Jazzy Brunch is just 2,500++ Baht per person.Free flow Prosecco wines and cocktails at 999++ Baht per person.In October and November, teenagers' age under 20 years old dine at 1,000 Baht net per person (food only), kids age under 13 years old dine at 800 Baht net per person and kids age under 3 years old dine free when accompanied by a paying adult. **Promotional price cannot be combined with other offers or discountsThe Grande Club and SPG members enjoy privileges. Price excludes 10% service charge and 7% government tax.


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