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Brunch by Amatara Resort & Wellness” offers a soothing backdrop for pleasurable Sundays

PHUKET, THAILAND – The Grill at Amatara Resort & Wellness serves up some of Phuket’s best ethically sourced and organic food, as well as ocean views with calming breezes soothing the soul into lazy Sundays.

Every Sunday, The Grill presents delicacies from around the world. Choose from sumptuous Sunday Roasts cooked from free range and farm raised meats, oysters, fresh lobsters and seafood, organic salads, artisanal cheese, handcrafted bakery and pastries, healthy and organic raw juices, European cold cuts, made-to-order Belgian waffles and deliciously made desserts.

Running from noon until 4pm, The Grill’s brunch concept rewards the taking of one’s time in a beautifully crafted dining environment. A perfect day transforms into an evening of fun with a great selection of white, red, rose wines or Chandon Australian Brut. Brunch is priced at 2,100 Baht ++ per person including free flow soft drinks. Brunch and wine (one bottle per couple) is priced at 2,600 Baht ++ per person. Children aged 4-12 eat for half price and enjoy free access to Kid’s Club.

Advance reservation for Brunch by Amatara Resort & Wellness is required. Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% VAT. Reservations +66 (0) 76 200 800, +66 (0) 76 318 888, or visit or email



About Amatara Resort & Wellness

Secluded in a tranquil bay of Cape Panwa, Amatara Resort & Wellness features 105 rooms and suites, each with its own private balcony and sea view. The stunning Premier Sea View rooms, Pavilions and Suites set new standards in comfort and design. The ultimate Pool Villas feature their own private pool, guaranteeing unforgettable luxury and privacy. The lush resort also offers the finest gourmet cuisines and one of the region’s best ocean-view spa facilities.


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