6th - 8th December 2011. Written by Xin Li.
One of the reasons why I like booking Serviced Apartments or Suites is because they have a kitchen and its ideal for accommodating a big group of people. Frowned upon as “awkward” by a fellow moose, I think he just doesn’t see the merit of the fun of preparing breakfast in the morning.
Anantara Bangkok Sathorn has kitchens provided but very oddly…no cutleries and utensils for cooking! So we ended up buying a pan, knives and stuff to cook.
Breakfasts for the two mornings we stayed at Anantara Bangkok Sathorn was a sumptuous affair, we had scrambled eggs, salads, grilled tomatoes or mushrooms….
We even got some prosciutto and rock melon.
We also ordered an item from the in-room dining menu. It was the worse gyoza I ever had. Their Shanghai Dumplings which cost more than 150 THB was foul. Literally foul, the juice inside has a pungent aftertaste and the dip was just odd tasting.
Breakfast was fun. Read here for our stay at the Anantara Bangkok Sathorn.
36 Narathiwat-Ratchanakarin Road