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September 2020’s newest openings

by Ashima

Find out where to to savour and sip this September. 

New Sunday Brunch

A welcome addition to Bangkok’s portfolio of brunch spots, ALATi at the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok has launched a Riviera Sunday Brunch inspired by the Mediterranean region. Priced at THB 2,400++ per person (additional THB 1,200++ for free flow wine and cocktails, or THB 2,200++ for free flow Champagne, wine, and cocktails), guests are served a seafood platter brimming with lobster, poached prawns, black mussels, and oysters to start. Other appetisers include salads, cheeses and charcuterie, and fresh pasta served tableside from a parmesan wheel. Unlimited mains feature options like tender Wagyu beef medallion, delicate Pan seared foie gras, and juicy Murray Land Australian lamb cutlet. Finally, end your journey around the Mediterranean with their selection of delicious desserts. Facebook: @ALATiBangkok

New Restaurant

The Grand Hyatt Erawan has added a new restaurant to its impressive list of outlets. Salvia, described as an Italian neighborhood-inspired Osteria, is helmed by Chef Roberto Parentela, a gastronome of Piedmont and Sardinian roots who has crafted a menu of shareable home-style Italian dishes inspired by his original recipes. So if you’re a fan of Italian cuisine, don’t miss it. Expect everything from artisanal cold cuts and cheeses to wood-fi red Neapolitan pizzas, grapevine-grilled meats, and handmade pastas encompassing options like Spaghetti vongole with lots of dried chilli and clams, and Gnocchi with porcini mushrooms, pork sausage, and fragrant sage butter. Top the meal off with one of their decadent desserts! Facebook: @SalviaBangkok

New Café 

Plantiful, which started off as a platform providing 100 percent plant-based meal delivery, have now expanded with the soft launch of Plantiful Café. Located in Sukhumvit Soi 61, the vibrant new eatery boasts a menu of delicious yet nutritious dishes for affordable prices. For starters, opt for treats like their Nachos & guacamole made with a cashew queso, or their Pink beet hummus, best enjoyed with bites of sourdough bread. For mains, the options are just as appealing, and include plenty of salads, veggie bowls, and noodle dishes like the Spicy kimchi soba noodle. On their ‘special menu’, the Raw zucchini lasagne made with bell pepper marinara and pistachio pesto, and Raw turmeric coconut wrap are both hearty yet healthy.

New Beer Garden

Located next to BTS Ekamai station on the rooftop of The 63 Bangkok Hotel, Move On Ekkamai is the area’s newest beer garden. Boasting casual, outdoor seating framed by hanging fairy lights, this new spot is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a chill, no-frills night out. As with any true Bangkok-based beer garden, you can expect Asian-inspired light bites and fusion fare that’s best to share, as well as a long list of soju, spirits, classic cocktails and local beers by the bottle, jug, or tower, depending on what you’re in the mood for. The restaurant-cum-bar also frequently hosts acoustic talent for live music during the week, while Sundays are reserved for karaoke. Facebook: @moveon.ekkamai

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