Review: Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok Breakfast Buffet
Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok breakfast buffet is served at the hotel’s Italian restaurant Riva Del Fiume Ristorante, from 6:30 to 10:30 daily.
Be sure to dine outdoors for the River View!
The restaurant is located by the Chao Phraya River, with both indoor and outdoor seating options. Despite seated outdoors, the fan and good circulation keep the heat at bay.
The buffet offers a great variety of options, and this is definitely one of the best hotel breakfast buffet I’ve ever had!
Western & Continental breakfast options
You’ll first come across the western breakfast food section. Here, you’ll find classic breakfast items such as bacon, sausages, and pancakes. But there’s also a unique twist with the must-try Pandan french toast !
For those who prefer a more continental breakfast, there are options such as cheese, ham, smoked salmon and salad available.
The pastries section is extensive! From classic croissants, muffins, to cooked-to-order egg pizza, they’re all freshly baked daily and the quality was great!
EGGcellent egg station with surprises!
The egg station is EGGcellent! Four Seasons never fails to surprise you with the most typical yet most-loved option – eggs. With a hint of magic added, fried egg is topped with various shades of colours thanks to cherry tomatoes and bean sprouts!
Scrambled egg, omelette, and egg benedict are also available. We had the fried egg and egg benedict, and both dishes looked and tasted incredible. The staff delivered our food directly to our table after we ordered.
Noodle bar & Asian station
Next to the egg station, you’ll find a cooked-to-order noodle bar. Unfortunately, we didn’t get the chance to try this out as there were so many other delicious options to choose from!
If you’re craving for some Asian food, it has a Chinese food section that features some dim sum. However, the selection is relatively limited. Also note that there’s no Thai food available at the breakfast buffet.
Diary & drinks section
Don’t forget to try the homemade yoghurts, which are topped with fresh fruits! One of our favourites is definitely passionfruit yoghurt! And be sure to grab some freshly squeezed juice to complete your meal.
In addition to the self-service juice station, you could also order coffee or tea. We ordered the authentic Thai tea and the balance of tea and condensed milk is almost perfect!
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