Sunday, March 3, 2013

Triplets Brasserie @ Luxx Hotel, Lung Suan, Bangkok

Cuisine: Global Cuisine (European mostly)
Visited: 16 February 2013
Price: THB700 per person without alcohol (what I paid for)
Food: 6/10
Atmosphere: 7/10
Value for money: 7/10
Services: 5/10

After a long break for more or less a year, we, Deadly Bunny and Chubby Penguin, are back to share our experiences (wish this time we can keep reviewing for long, fingers cross).  This time, we are back the review of Triplets Brasserie.  A lot of you may recognise that we had reviewed once 2 years ago exactly (  However, the brasserie have moved into the new place on Lung Suan which is now more chic, relax, and easier accessed.

Triplets Brasserie is now located in Luxx Hotel which is simply opposite Soi Lung Suan 6.  It may be difficult to spot so pay attention for the sign of the hotel.  I say I love this place more than the old venue at Thonglor.  The atmosphere is more relax and at the same time can be romantic.  The garden seats are particularly perfect for dinner with your love one (love the Alfresco), during the day it may be too hot.  Inside, it is friendly and cool as much as any brasserie can be; don't be confused though, I personally think this place is not the kind for fine dining but it can suit regular special occasions.  Decoration is kept minimal.

Triples Brasserie @ Luxx Hotel, Lung Suan, BKK

Overview of Decoration

Another relaxing corner

More chill corner

As usual, we began our meal with soups.  Yes, it was soup again as we do enjoy eating warm soup ^^.  We had Corn Soup (5/10) and Vichyssoise, which is simply potato and leek soup (6/10).  Both were cream base soup, delightful and enjoyable.  However, leek soup was somewhat lighter, less thick, and more fun from potato bits.  The prawn in the leek soup was also well cooked: a tick for this (^_^).  Whilst the leek soup contained prawn as the highlight, the corn soup also filled with crab meat.

Corn Soup (THB195) and Vichyssoise (THB175)

Oh oh, forgot to mention that the basket of bread here was garlic, just normal garlic bread really.  Ok, it was nice but standard really, prefer a typical bread like baguette with good butter personally (2/10).

Garlic Breads

For the mains, we had Pasta Alfredo (7/10) and Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom and Rosemary Gravy (5/10).  We felt that pasta dishes here look and sound ordinary but they are well made really.  The al dente penne alfredo was lightly creamy with mushroom as the main ingredients.  Strong taste of garlic.  If you like garlic, then this is the one for you.  For pork tenderloin, I felt it was a little too salty for the gravy.  Strong mushroom aroma.  The pork meat was naturally tender as much as the local grade could be.  Don't expect the super tender one.  The dish came along with mashed potatoes which were creamy, smooth, and well seasoned (give it a plus).

Pasta Alfredo (THB295)

Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom and Rosemary Gravy (THB395)

Overall, I would say I can visit this place like every week really.  Friendly brasserie with decent food and of course price.  If I have to meet up with friends in any restaurant in a crowded department store in town, I would suggest them to meet up at Triplets instead.  Nevertheless, wine list and alcohol range are rather limited from my sense.  Give Triplets a go, would you?

Triplets Brasserie @ Luxx Hotel, Lung Suan, Bangkok
Luxx Hotel
92/3 opposite Soi Lung Suan 6
Bangkok 10330

Open Hours: Tue - Sun 11:00 - 14:00 for lunch and 18:00 - 23:00 for dinner
Tel: +66 (0) 2684 1684

1 comment:

  1. Yes, it has been too long... trust both the Bunny & the Penguin are well. I make a trip to BKK 1-2 times a year and read your blog for restaurant recommendations. Thanks for all the good work!!!


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