Millions of people will normally flock to the city of Munich in the German region of Bavaria for the annual Oktoberfest. It’s a celebration of beer, traditional food and festive fun. If you can’t join the jamboree in Europe, though, you needn’t miss out. Brasserie 9 is laying on a special Oktoberfest menu throughout the month. Book a table, call 02 234 2588 Location: Sathorn Soi 6 Open Daily: 11:30 – 00:00 hrs.
Come and enjoy your lunch at Brasserie 9 Authentic French Cuisine . 3 courses for Soup + Main + Dessert Monday – Friday, 11:30-15:00
You can enjoy the best of bread in the heart of downtown Bangkok. On Friday 1 May, Brasserie 9 Authentic French Cuisine launches its new bakery shop, Boutique B9, offering a range of authentic, artisan-baked breads.
Around this time last year, guests at Brasserie 9 acclaimed our White Asparagus Season, so Chef Ekapan has again opted to feature White Asparagus with Warm Egg Caviar, White Asparagus with Parma Ham, and White Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce among his Highlights of the Month. New for 2020 are White Asparagus Salad and White Asparagus Soup. We’re confident of winning yet more friends for asparagus, a vegetable as sweet as it is healthful!
LA VIE EN ROSE an exhibition by SAVERIO LUCCI Curated by Oya Aydin
Chef Ekapan’s Highlight for February throughout the month. It features those most delicious of dumplings, Fish Quenelles, with Prawns and the irresistible cream-and-Béchamel taste of Nantua Sauce.
14 February 2020
For all your single friends💃🏽🕺🏼, we will have a fun evening at our Brass Bar from 18.00 to 21.00, to make new friends or perhaps even find someone special. Free-flow house beverages, light bites and musical entertainment will set the mood.🍸🍾
14 February 2020
VALENTINE’S DAY @ BRASSERIE 9!! Standby for an AMAZING offer for a romantic Gourmet experience from Bangkok’s authentic French restaurant.
To keep you cheerful throughout January, Chef Ekapan is highlighting Beef Stroganoff in Brasserie 9. Although it originated in 19th century Russia, this popular combination of sautéed beef and sour cream can still be described as authentically French. That’s because it is said to have started as Boeuf à la Stroganoff, a creation of French chefs employed by the prestigious Stroganoff family!