In Thailand, particularly in its gourmet-raving capital, the sumptuous weekend brunch buffet has become a gastronomic ritual among fervid gourmands and ordinary diners alike. And as five-star dining establishments have continuously come up with more lavish additions for their late breakfast line-up, it has come to a point where brunch and sparkling wine are inseparable.
Chilled seafood is represented by Hua Hin’s best harvests and prime-grade imported produce.
And the joy of a bubbly weekend feast isn’t confined to the urban eating scene of Bangkok alone.
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