Phuket’s Best Brunches For Your Holiday

Updated on 16/10/2018

We can’t think of a better way to start off your weekend than with a satisfying brunch feast. What makes up a “perfect” brunch differs across individuals; for some, it’s tucking into a luscious spread at a gorgeous beachfront setting, while others prefer a breakfast made up of healthy organic fare in a laidback setting.

Whichever meal floats your boat, we’re sure we’ve got it covered. Check out our foodie guide below, and happy brunching!

The Slate

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Credit: The Slate Sunday Brunch

Formerly known as Indigo Pearl, The Slate has a reputation for serving up one of the best brunches on the island. This stylish vacation property offers a comfortable indoor-outdoor dining setting where you’ll find food stations dishing out an array of scrumptious fare. Sushi, seafood, grilled meats, Thai and Indian tandoori are just some of the delicious dishes served.

Live music and a free flow of champagne make this brunch an indulgent and lavish affair. The property’s sparkling pool and picturesque grounds ensure that your little ones will have plenty of space to play merrily while you enjoy a leisurely three-hour brunch feast.

Location: 116, Soi Sakhu 1, Sa Khu, Thalang


  • With Champagne: THB 4,050++ per person
    Select Wines: THB 2,550++ per person
    Soft Drinks: THB 2,050++ per person


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Credit: Trisara

Live jazz music, an impeccable poolside setting and sea vistas set the mood right for a decadent brunch at Trisara. Take your pick between dining in air-conditioned comfort or al fresco on the sun-soaked terrace.

Now it’s time to load up your plate, and Trisara offers an abundance of sumptuous dishes. Wander to the seafood counter if you’re a lover of lobsters, oysters and giant prawns, or make a beeline for the roast meats counter if you can’t resist a portion (or more!) of perfectly grilled beef. Choose from a wide selection of cheeses at the cheese counter, and pick out a sweet treat or two from the patisserie section.

  • Location: 60/1 Moo 6, Srisoonthorn Rd., Cherngtalay
  • Details: 11:30am – 4:00pm, Sundays
  • Budget: $$$

Twinpalms Phuket

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Credit: Twinpalms

It’s not hard to see why Twinpalms’ Sunday brunch garners a following of loyal diners. This all-you-can-eat buffet is enjoyed in the posh in-house restaurant, the Oriental Spoon Grill & Bar, where diners tuck into mouthwatering fare in capacious interiors bathed in natural light and adorned with soft cream hues and exquisite furnishings.

The lavish brunch spread is more like lunch than brunch, with its offerings of oysters, crabs, lobsters, cheese platter and a bottle of wine for two. The star of the show is the beloved chocolate fountain – a diners’ favourite that has everyone queuing up to dip cut fruits and nibbles into the rich, creamy chocolate.

Location: 106/46 Moo 3, Surin Beach Road, Choeng Thale

Details: 12:00pm-3:00pm


  • THB 1,690++ including 1/2 bottle of wine (red/white/sparkling) per person
  • THB 7,380++ per couple, including a bottle of French champagne

Vijitt Resort

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Credit: Vijitt Resort

You know you’re in for a treat when a brunch buffet features offerings like a fresh salad bar, oysters, seafood, sushi, sashimi, live cooking stations, barbecued meats and homemade desserts. Dine in style in the elegantly appointed restaurant, which also offers views out to the golden coasts of Friendship Beach, along with jazz tunes from a live band. In between brunch courses, enjoy strolls along the beach and let your little ones make merry at the pool or kids club.

Location: Friendship Beach, 16 Moo 2, Rawai, Amphoe Muang Phuket, Thailand

Hours: 12.00pm – 3.00pm


  • THB 1,299++ per person, including free flow soft drink
  •  THB 1,899++ per person, including a bottle of wine per couple
  • THB 3,199++ per person, including a bottle of champagne per couple

The Corner Restaurant

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Credit: The Corner Restaurant

Cosy and charming, The Corner Restaurant is just right for travellers who aren’t into dining at ultra-fancy restaurants and prefer a fuss-free setting with a casual, friendly vibe. This establishment scores a win on other counts: service comes with a smile, and prices are reasonable.

Breakfast starts at 8:00am, but the items are available all day, so the restaurant’s a great bet for late weekend brunches. Choose from a diverse variety of breakfast offerings, like a good ol’ museli or pancakes, to a tangy Thai-style rice soup. Set options, complete with juice and a coffee or tea will leave diners with large appetites well satisfied.

They have recently opened a new branch in Phuket, called DDR Restaurant & Club in Boat Avenue, just 5 minutes from The Corner Restaurant. This is a much larger space that has a capacity of 280 seats, wow!

Location: 118/1 Bandon-Cherngtalay Road Cherngtalay, Thalang

Hours: 9:00am – 10:30pm, closed on Wednesdays

Budget: $$

The Book Cafe

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Credit: The Book Cafe

The vibe is homey and inviting at The Book Cafe. It’s a book lover’s paradise – step inside, and you’ll be greeted by shelves stacked with rows of books. The peaceful and quiet atmosphere here makes the cafe a great choice for a slow and leisurely brunch, a morning of perusing on your favourite reads or catching up on work projects.

Browse through a menu listing a wide selection of wholesome fare. You’ll find fresh fruit juices, fruit and protein smoothies, coffees, raw energy balls, breakfast sets whipped up from organic ingredients or homemade cakes. Yummy!

Location: Soi Suan Wat, Rawai, Mueang

Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm, closed on Sundays

Budget: $$

And for those who like the brunches vegetarian, vegan or raw…

We Cafe

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Credit: We Cafe Brunch

Food can’t get any fresher than this! Crisp greens are served right from a hydroponic farm beside the cafe to your table at the inviting We Café. Health-conscious diners will be delighted by the cafe’s wholesome menu, which lists a wide selection of salads, sandwiches, pasta, smoothies and fresh juices. We’ve been told that special requests for beverages not listed on the menu – like a tantalising avocado and cocoa soy shake – have been made upon request too.

And the meal doesn’t end at the table. Make a stop by the grocery section within the cafe to stock up on organic produce after brunch, so you get to whip up home-cooked meals using fresh, quality ingredients.

Location: 5/30 Chao Fah Tawan Tok Road, Wichit, Phuket Town

Hours: 8:00am – 10:00pm

Budget: $$

Atsumi Raw Cafe

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Credit: Atsumi Raw Cafe

Go raw and healthy at Atsumi, where raw, or “living” food – items that are cooked at a temperature below 43°C to retain its optimal nutrients – are served. But don’t form the misconception that the food will be boring and bland – the extensive menu offers a wide variety, ranging from soups and fresh salads to crispy pizzas and desserts. We like the sound of intriguing mains like the Thai coconut dumplings, where a filling of fresh veggies are wrapped up with dumpling skin made from seaweed and paired up with delightful cashew and black sesame dipping sauce.

End your brunch on a decadent note by savouring a slice of chocolate cake or cheesecake, along with a coffee made with almond milk. Mm!

Location: Wiset Rd, Rawai, Muang

Hours: 9:00am – 8:00pm

Budget: $$

Pure Organic Heaven

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In the mood for a salubrious brunch after an invigorating yoga session?

Pure Organic Heaven – just as its name suggests – serves up an array of wholesome, organic fare. The vibes are laidback, and the setting is cosy- just right for enjoying a leisurely and relaxed brunch. Dine indoors where it’s bright and airy, or outdoors in a charming garden setting. Recommended options include the hearty breakfast burrito, falafel and salad, and Mexican chicken bowl. Complete the meal with a fresh juice or creamy acai, wild berries and banana smoothie.

Location: Soi Ta-iad, Chalong, Mueang

Budget: $$

Related: Best Organic Restaurants in Phuket