Trader Vic’s is one of Bangkok’s most beloved Pacific Rim style brunch spots, and my family and I recently had the opportunity to revisit this renowned establishment and its signature “aloha, sit back and relax” atmosphere, as well as its amazing food.
As the saying goes, “absence makes the heart grow fonder,” and we quickly fell back in love with the beautiful Chao Phraya River setting and the vibrant Polynesian tiki design and décor of Trader Vic’s. It was the perfect place to unwind and recharge after a hectic working week.
Our family recently enjoyed a delightful Sunday at Trader Vic’s, and we can’t wait to share our experience with you. The restaurant’s prime location on the banks of Chao Phraya river provided stunning views and a refreshing breeze, perfect for a relaxing weekend outing. . Trader Vic’s offers a creative twist on classic Tex-Mex and Pacific Rim cuisines, and their brunch menu features a range of comforting and innovative dishes. We savored the quality dim sum from Barley, the sizzling teppanyaki from Benihana, and the irresistible crêpes Suzette from the live station.
The Tiki-themed decor and live music inside the air-conditioned space added to the restaurant’s playful atmosphere, but we opted to enjoy the pleasant breeze on the alfresco deck. The menu also features a tempting selection of international dishes. Guests also have the option of choosing from a premium à la carte menu that includes Tom Yum lobster Thermidor, and more! Another unique feature of the restaurant is the access to one of the largest swimming pools in Bangkok, making it an ideal destination for a leisurely Sunday brunch.
Trader Vic’s Sunday Brunch at Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort is available every Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm, and a complimentary shuttle boat service from Saphan Taksin BTS station is available daily for guests’ convenience.