- Sukhothai South Parade launch their Thai Bottomless Brunch on Saturday 27th August
- Guests can choose either a two-course lunch or three tapas-style dishes for just £35
- The menu includes a diverse collection of both classic and modern dishes
- Drinks include bottomless Prosecco, house wine, Singha beer, fruit juice, soft drinks, or a cocktail of the week
Just when you thought the Leeds bottomless brunch scene couldn’t get any better, one of the city’s most celebrated restaurants enters the game with an irresistible selection of premium Thai cuisine.
Award-winning Sukhothai on South Parade launches their Thai Bottomless Brunch on the August bank holiday weekend with one of the most tempting menus you’ll find in Yorkshire. Priced at £35, guests can either choose two courses or opt for three tapas-style dishes, which can be enjoyed from 12-3:30 pm with the last sitting at 2 pm.
Both options are accompanied by 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, Singha beer, house wine, soft drinks, or fruit juice. An expertly mixed cocktail of the week will also be available.
The two-course option includes a starter, main and side, with plenty of their bestselling dishes to choose from. Highlights from the starters include Sukhothai favourite Satay Gai, grilled chicken skewers marinated in Thai herbs with a side of deliciously rich peanut sauce.
The Tod Mun Pla authentic Thai fishcakes with sweet chilli sauce are another popular choice, as are the plump and juicy Gung Ta Krai king prawns in a crisp and fragrant lemongrass batter.
Mouth-watering mains range from the Gang Massaman curry, which is heavily influenced by Malaysian cuisine with its mix of coconut cream, turmeric, star anise, cinnamon, and peanut, to the classic Gang Kiew Wan green curry.
The Pad Ga Prao is a must for those that like it hot, blending diced meat with green beans, fresh chilli and basil topped with a fried egg. Mains can all be selected with a choice of chicken, pork, beef, prawn, tofu, or mock chicken.
The Thai Tapas has something for everyone with eleven delectable dishes to choose from. The Laab Gai Krob crispy chicken comes smothered in a spicy Thai-Isaan dressing made using dried chilli, toasted ground rice, mint, and shallots.
The Phed Mango grilled duck breasts are served up on a bed of lettuce with a sweet and sticky mango sauce, whilst the steamed Sukhothai Dumplings are served with sweet soy sauce and crispy garlic.
New to the menu are the Thai-Style Bao Buns, which come with crispy duck, chicken, or tender sliced beef. Guests can also choose from a side of rice noodles, egg-fried rice, coconut, or jasmine rice.
Iconic and beloved
Sukhothai is widely considered to be Yorkshire’s most iconic and beloved Thai restaurant brand, having just celebrated its milestone of 20 years in business last spring. Their combination of delicious and authentic Thai cuisine and exceptional service is a winning formula that’s seen success across their central Leeds, Chapel Allerton, and Harrogate venues.
Ban Kaewkraikhot, owner and executive chef said: "We’ve taken our time to perfect our new bottomless offering, and I’m sure our customers will agree it’s been well worth the wait. Our South Parade restaurant offers the perfect setting to get together with friends and family to enjoy some incredible food and drink, with the option to move onto the many great bars the city has to offer."
"We’re quietly confident that our menu is the best bottomless offering around and does not compromise on quality. This is the first time we’ve opened on a weekend lunchtime since before the pandemic, and what better time to start than the August bank holiday? We’re excited to welcome our first guests and can’t wait to hear their feedback."