Discover an affordable, yet high quality Sunday brunch at The Slate, where premium Surf and Turfs are served on a beautiful buffet line showcasing the best culinary delights from Thailand, Japan, and even Canada!
Located on the shores of the peaceful Nai Yang Beach, The Slate showcases a medley of old traditions and wondrous new inspirations, inspired by Phuket’s tin mining past and its industrial development.
At the center of the resort stands the Rivet Restaurant, home to a delectable Sunday Brunch, which we had the pleasure to try a few weeks ago alongside friends and other media.
Most of the buffet lines can be accessed on the patio outside, while the main dining room is left for the guests to sit back and relax.
The brunch itself receives its inspiration from many countries, including Thailand, of course, but also Japan, The Philippines, and even Canada.
A strong focus is on seafood, which you can eat in various shapes and forms; sushi, sashimi, grilled lobsters, or even served in a delicious curry; as you can feel the freshness of the sea in every bite you take, we would recommend just a pinch of salt and pepper, though their spicy seafood sauce was to die for!
Another highlight of The Slate Sunday Brunch is the Wagyu Pad Kapraow, a traditional Thai dish with stir-fried holy basil and chili, except in this case the protein is replaced with stunning, melt-in-your-mouth Wagyu beef. Believe it or not, but we regularly dream about this dish and it alone justifies another trip to their venue.
If beef is not your thing, you can indulge in their spit-roast pork and chicken rotisserie, served with a large selection of sauces, from tangy, zesty lemon to the spicy flavors we get to love in the Kingdom of Smiles.
A brunch of that caliber would not be completed without a selection of desserts and some cheeses, which we were very pleased with, as it allowed our palate to diffuse some of the heat.
The Slate Sunday Brunch is available with different packages, starting from THB 2,100 per person for the non-alcoholic version to THB 2,950 per person, including a free-flow of wines and sparkling. THB 5,700 per person will net you a free-flow of Veuve Clicquot and Piper-Heidsieck champagnes should you fancy. In addition, children aged 7-12 enjoyed a 50% discount, while the younger crowd dine free with an accompanying adult.
Rivet Restaurant is located within The Slate on 116 Moo 1, on Nai Yang Beach. For information and bookings, please call +66 76 327 006 or visit their website at www.theslatephuket.com/dine/sunday-brunch. The brunch is available on Sundays from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.