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The Sunday Brunch Club

Start From: Sunday 11 November 2018, 12:00PM to Sunday 30 December 2018, 04:00PM


Join us at Dream Beach Club every Sunday 12pm-4pm for the new season Sunday Brunch Club & Pool Party featuring over 120 items including... Alaskan King Crab, Live Boston Lobster, French Oysters, Seafood On Ice, new featured live Stations, Imported Meats, Carvery Selection, Japanese Kitchen, Tapas, Brazilian BBQ, Sumptuous Salad Bar, Delicious Desserts, Exotic Fruits, International Cheeses and new weekly selections of featured cuisines from around the world... Dream Member Price THB 1590++ Adult Brunch THB 1890 ++

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Address : Dream Beach Club
Phone : 098 048 3500

 

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