Champagne, which is made of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier grapes, comes exclusively from the Champagne region of France and claims the honor of being the most famous of the sparkling wines in the world. It is also a government-protected product that can only be produced in the French winemaking region of Champagne. When talking about Champagne, most people know Moët & Chandon. Moët & Chandon is one of the major houses and labels in Champagne, and is owned by the conglomerate LVMH (Moët Hennessy • Louis Vuitton). LVHM has effortlessly elevated the fame of Moët & Chandon in all major continents through their dedicated marketing team. Here in Bangkok, Moët & Chandon has already rooted its fame and gradually gained popularity among locals.
Moët & Chandon Sunday Brunch reminded me of a saying by a German actress – Ms. Marlena Dietrich (1901 – 1992), “Champagne…gives you the impression that every day is Sunday.” Champagne, a kind of wine that suggests very relaxing lighthearted mood, is a marvelous choice for a lazy Sunday with good friends and nice food. Despite serving free flow of the light, delicious, and effervescent Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut, the food served at this Sunday Brunch by Viola! was very impressive as well. We especially like pairing the champagne with scallops and oysters served at Viola!
To begin our Sunday feast, a Viola lobster bisque covered with puff pastry dome was served to us. It is only at Viola! that lobster bisque is served in its classic way!
How should we miss the most famous buffet counter at Viola? Pairing fresh seafood with Moët & Chandon Champagne will surely satisfy any true epicures.
A selection of dishes from their four kitchens were passed around and served to our dining table. Among those dishes, I especially like the seared Hokkaido sea scallop, roasted lamb rack, steamed river prawn with lime chili sauce, pan fried foie gras and the steamed snow fish with black ink risotto and tom kha sauce!
Other dishes available at the Sunday brunch were equally mouth-watering. Choices from homemade pizza to Japanese sushi and sashimi were available for foodies. Don’t miss their Thai appetizers, which are not very spicy but will definitely spice up your whole dining experience.
We also love Voilà’s Cheese Room “Fromagerie”, where we could totally enjoy the artisan cheeses with charcuterie, freshly baked, breads, figs and dried fruits, and also their premium cold cuts. How could a foodie resist its charm?
My most enjoyable moment at this Sunday brunch was when I indulged myself very happily in the champagne and their delicious desserts!
Thinking to try Moët & Chandon Sunday Brunch at Viola? Why not? Spoil yourself like us on a lazy Sunday!
– THB 2,200 net with free soft drinks and juice.
– THB 3,750 net with Chandon, wines and cocktails.
– THB 4,750 net with Moët & Chandon Champagne, wines and cocktails.
– 50% discount for children aged 6 – 12 years, free for those under 6 years
Like Gourmet Bangkok on Facebook (English): Gourmet Bangkok
Like Gourmet Bangkok on Facebook (Chinese): 曼谷美食雜誌
Follow us on Twitter: Follow @Gourmet_Bangkok
Follow us on Pinterst: gourmetbangkok
Follow us on Instagram: gourmetbangkok