Sorry if this is a duplicate post for you…it somehow got deleted and we have no idea why….
Robert and I have very few traditions, but one we do have is Boozy Heathen Brunch. I know, you are asking yourself “what is Boozy Heathen Brunch,” right? Well, it is a decadent brunch the Saturday before Easter — all of the fun and none of the guilt involved with Easter. Boozy Heathen Brunch is best done at home, with a large group of friends with smoked sable from Dirk’s Fish Market and donuts from Dinkel’s. But, that wasn’t in the cards for us this year. So, once we realized we would be in Bangkok the Saturday before Easter, we started searching for a brunch. Thankfully, the Sofitel So came to the rescue with their Saturday brunch.
We knew we were in for a treat when we walked in and all of the tables were set with ceramic red Solo cups. Although, oddly, they were just used for water. Hmmmm…….
Robert was in love with the massive quantities of seafood.
All was not lost for the non-seafood eaters however. There was roast chicken and roast pork and sausage and salads and cheeses and made to order green papaya salad and steak and breads and a ton of other things.
And, for me, there were a ton of desserts, including ice cream.
Boozy Heathen Brunch just isn’t the same without our friends, but the Saturday brunch at the Sofitel So did just fine in a pinch.