This is the biggest hotel in Bangkok so one can expect abundant parking space. If you’re coming by Grab, stop a while to admire the expansive lobby before heading straight ahead to Goji.
For those coming by skytrain, alight at Phrom Phong and make the short saunter across Benjasiri Park. Consider the short stroll a warm-up to the dinner or brunch ahead. And eat well you will, as Goji is back with their gastronomic buffets – inclusive Saturday AND Sunday brunches.
Welcome back to Goji, short for Goji Kitchen + Bar, located in Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. The restaurant is large and can seat upwards of 280 guests. They have positioned live cooking stations in key areas within the main perimeter of the restaurant. You can pay homage to your favourite cuisine here and make an order, the crew will serve you table-side.
Select one of their beverage packages (from 99 Baht) and you’re all set. Wipe your camera lenses too and standby. Our top three favourite stations were the grill quadrant (think lamb leg, tomahawk beef, roasted pork and more), the Japan corner and the dessert area. All required multiple trips.
For our fine evening, we had the oyster plate, charcoal fried Padthai, some signature Tom Yum soup, foie gras of course… steamed sea bass, platefuls of salmon sashimi, lobsters and scallops, cakes from around the world. And then we repeated again… a memorable evening with friends after months apart. Goji is big, so tables are well spaced. We felt comfortable here and the staff were so accommodating.
Gather your friends, make the special arrangements with family – and schedule a dining expedition to Goji. For more details on prices and opening hours: Goji-Kitchen + Bar