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Indian family-style gourmet Sunday brunching at Charcoal

Bangkok - Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology serves up succulent tandoor kebabs every Sunday from 12.00 pm – 3.00 pm. The Sunday Brunch at Charcoal brings tender marinated meats and delicately spiced fish cooked in an authentic clay oven, along with a buffet table of Indian specialties. Melt-in-the-mouth creamy coriander chicken spiced with green chili and flamed to perfection; chargrilled mutton with ginger, cumin and freshly ground Indian spices; and the home comforts of lightly spiced tandoor-grilled Indian paneer cheese. This is the relaxed family Sunday, Charcoal Style. Don’t miss Tandoor baked roti, naan and parantha breads - the perfect accompaniment to the rich flavors of the grilled kebabs.
 
Diners choosing to add seafood to their Sunday menu will be tempted by juicy jumbo prawns, velvety fish tikka and whole pomfret brought to the table smoking hot and straight from the tandoor.

At the buffet table, guests can gorge on signature and celebratory dishes created by Chef Deepanker Khosla. Treats include aromatic spring chicken and biryani, while youngsters can sample Indian pizza and vegetable samosas. Satisfy the sweet cravings with divine dumplings, pistachio and cardamom, fried and dipped in a light honey syrup.

Charcoal family All-You-Can-Eat Sunday Brunch for THB 625++ and buy-1-get-1 free selected cocktails designed by renowned mixologist Joseph Boroski. The All-You-Can-Eat Seafood Sunday Brunch is served for THB 999++. Charcoal also offers a 50% discount for kids under 12 years old.

Please book in advance by phone +66 (0)89 307 1111 or by e-mail info@charcoalbkk.com




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