Reminiscent of traditional street food market with stylish flair, this all-day dining venue – one of the most unique a la carte and buffet restaurants in Bangkok – is named after the eatery’s Red Molteni Oven representing the finest of French craftsmanship.
Tantalize your taste buds at this feast-friendly Bangkok restaurant and work your way around nine distinct stations. Answers to culinary cravings include a Japanese sushi and robatayaki bar, fresh seafood counter, organic salad corner and desserts table, making Red Oven one of the best restaurants in Bangkok to indulge in literally everything under the sun.
Chill, or grill? When the weekend lands, Red Oven puts on a feast, with highlights including the best seafood buffet in Bangkok and a full spread of international cuisine, free flow wine, and a fun atmosphere.
Sunday brunches may be get the lion’s share of cuilinary fame, but if you’re still wondering where to eat in Bangkok on a leisurely Saturday, check out Red Oven’s hot new Saturday Drunch. The ‘Drunk ‘N’ Brunch’ concept combines creative drinks with live cooking stations and encourages you to savor signature dishes and drinks from Park Society (that’s the finest rooftop restaurant in Bangkok if we may say so ourselves) – grovving to a live DJ and is not compulsory, but highly suggested.
The finest hotel buffet in Bangkok, Red Oven brings together a delightful combination of mouthwatering Asian and Western cuisines, along with special live stations to provide fresh courses and a lively atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Located on the 7th floor of SO Sofitel Bangkok, Red Oven invites guests each morning to a “Breakfast on the Park”, a delicious selection of satisfying dishes to enjoy while looking out over the city’s famous Lumpini Park. Over at the ‘Healthy Corner’, delightful reasons to start your day right include a selection of smoothies (anti-aging, detox and energy), protein balls, coconut water, and fresh fruit.
The best seafood buffet in Bangkok gathers the fruits of the sea, their delicate meats gently prepared (or not), for maximum pleasure. King crab on ice, seafood medley in Thai spice, and all the crustaceans, so very very nice.
Packed with succulent seafood, Japanese cuisine, Thai ‘street food’ flavors, old Western favorites and a terrific choice of desserts, the buffet line at Red Oven is top-notch on weekdays, and positively legendary on Saturdays and Sundays, making it a long-standing contender for ‘best weekend brunch’ in Bangkok’.
Come Saturdays and Sundays, it’s time to gather friends and family for a culinary celebration of a week well spent. Browse the culinary temptations at a sizzling robotayaki bar, epicerie and fromagerie selections, a raw bar, seafood, bakery and delicatessen indulgences, as well as an organic vegetable stall.
Can’t choose between a Thai, Italian, French, or Japanese buffet in Bangkok? You don’t have to – have it all, and them some, with the unlimited wine option and views on tap. Now that’s a buffet brunch Bangkok is proud to call her own.
For brunchers on the thirsty side, Red Oven offers a unique and entertaining “Drunch”, a Saturday brunch buffet featuring signature dishes and cocktails from the hotel’s rooftop dining restaurant Park Society, a live DJ, free flow wine and plenty of fun beginning at noon. There’s no denying this unique drinking brunch in Bangkok gets the weekend off to a happy start. Cheers!
Such is our love for food that we scour not only earth’s land, but her oceans to offer our diners a generous seafood buffet in Bangkok. Rock lobster, river prawns, scallops, and crabs-a-plenty, their delicate tastes gently coaxed and enhanced with a full array of condiments.
By the weekend, what is already an impressive lunch and dinner seafood buffet in Bangkok becomes what’s possibly the best seafood buffet in Bangkok, hands (and claws) down. With the seasons come seasonal additions, such as the annual crab fest which sees a lineup including brown crab, blue crab, snow crab, and king crab.
A selection of cured fish and seafood in yam Thai salad brings additional excitement to the best of surf.
Ideal for health-conscious diners and business lunchers, a variety of Japanese tastes are available at Red Oven, either a la carte or as part of the all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner culinary journeys.
Popular stations on the the buffet line include a sushi and sashimi bar, manned by a sushi chef who slices and moulds the bite-size pleasures to order. From the Japanese robotayaki bar, enjoy the smoky grilled flavors including unagi (Japanese eel) and shishamo yaki (grilled smelt fish with roe).
There are many a Japanese buffet in Bangkok, but a substantial Japanese buffet within a international feast? Right here at Red Oven.
Breakfast: Mon-Fri | 6:30am – 10:30am | THB 850++/person
Breakfast: Sat&Sun | 6:30am – 11:00am | THB 850++/person
Lunch: Mon-Fri | 12 noon – 2:30pm | THB 900++/person
Sat Drunch & Sun Brunch: 12noon – 3:30pm | THB 1,900++(free-flow drinking water and juices) | THB 2,600++ (free-flow mentioned beverages plus coffee & tea, Singha beer, sparkling and wines) | THB 3,900++ (free-flow mentioned beverages plus champagne)
Dinner: Daily | 6pm – 10:30pm | Sun – Thu: THB 1,300++/person | Fri – Sat: THB 1,500++/person
Late Night Buffet: Fri & Sat | 9:30pm – 11pm | THB 900++/person
Signature handcrafted Molteni “Red Oven” stove
9 distinct live cooking stations
Half price for children aged 5-12 and children under 5 dine for free. Kids’ Club available on Sun 12 noon – 3pm
Location: 7th floor
Opening Hours: Daily, 6:30am – 10:30pm
2 North Sathorn Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel: +66 2 624 0000