TWO WAYS TO CELEBRATE EASTER THIS YEAR AT W BANGKOK AND THE HOUSE ON SATHORN

General Press Releases Monday March 19, 2018 17:43
Bangkok--19 Mar--W BANGKOK
Gather at The Kitchen Table or The Courtyard for Easter Celebration in a Unique Style.
This year, W Bangkok presents two Easter traditions with a twist that can be celebrated at The Kitchen Table and The Courtyard, the garden in the heart of the house!

At The Kitchen Table, a signature restaurant at W Bangkok, families and all guests can gather to enjoy a classic all-you-can-eat 'Easter Brunch' on Sunday, April 1st. 'Easter Brunch' combines traditional Easter favorites with an uptown verve for the special holiday.

Guests can indulge in highlight items such as baked salmon, roasted beef rump, hay roasted chicken and marinated lamb shanks on a spit roast. The buffet also includes various meat roasts, salads and an array of chilled imported seafood like oysters, crab, clams and mussels. Our Easter sweet corner also includes red velvet chocolate egg, fromage blanc with blueberry clafoutis, bunny bergamot stone, banana pudding and much more!

To amp up the Easter tradition, Easter Brunch also features an egg and cookie decorating station for the family and kids!
'Easter Brunch' is at THB 1,800++ per person and is available only on Sunday, April 1st, 2018 from 12:30PM -3:30PM at The Kitchen Table, 2nd floor. Kids at 4 – 12 years old are at only THB 900++.
For a twist on the traditional afternoon tea, hop over to The Courtyard at The House on Sathorn. It's a delightful outdoor setting to enjoy sweet and savory favorites all complemented by fine TWG teas.

On Easter Sunday, the popular Afternoon Tea Set at The House will feature rabbit and egg-shaped pastries along with other Easter-themed delicacies for a limited time only! The menu includes sweet delights such as red velvet chocolate egg, carrot cream brulee, apple cider macaroon and many more. Savory items in the set include foie-gras parfait with dark rye bread, tuna tartare cornet with avocado and confit duck roll.

Guests celebrating Easter Sunday will enjoy a serene al fresco setting that's in fact only a few steps from downtown's bustle.
Easter Afternoon Tea at The Courtyard at The House on Sathorn is served only from March 30th – April 2nd, 2018 from 2:30PM - 5:30PM. One set is for two people priced at
THB 1,350 ++ including a selection of TWG teas.
For more information and reservation, call 02 344 4000 or email bf.wbangkok@whotels.com
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