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To celebrate the special occasion together with your family, these top-notch restaurants offer special promotions to make your Mother's Day feast even more memorable. Whether your mom is an Italian cuisine aficionado or an explorer of newfangled flavours, your mom will definitely have a delectable blast on her special day!   WAH LOK CANTONESE RESTAURANT AT CARLTON BANGKOK What to expect: Heavenly Cantonese cuisine with menus especially made for your mom on this special occasion. Promotion:  Exclusively crafted menu for mom at THB 12,000 / table of 10 people Special “Steamed Minced Shrimp and Chicken Dumplings Topped with Truffle Sauce” at only THB 160++ (for lunch) Complimentary "Pink Longevity Bun" for all guests Date and time: 8, 9, 12 August 2020, 11:30 - 14:30 (for lunch) // 18:00 - 22:30 (for dinner) Reservation: +66 (0) 2 00 7888 //   SKYLINE RESTAURANT AT AVANI+ RIVERSIDE BANGKOK HOTEL What to expect: Uninterrupt river views, a wide array of delectable seafoods and a special menu for all moms on the day. Promotion:  THB 1,350++ per adult including soft drink THB 600++ per child aged between 5 – 11 years old / free-of-charge for child aged under 5 dining free Moms dine for free when come with the family Date and time: Wednesday 12 August 2020, 18:00 to 22:00 Reservation: +66 (0) 2 431 9100 ext.1416 //   SRA BUA BY KIIN KIIN AT SIAM KEMPINSKI HOTEL BANGKOK What to expect: Michelin-star dining experience, serving modern Thai cuisine with authentic ingredients based on traditional recipes, using modern cooking techniques. Iconic dishes presented from 12 August include yellow curry crab meat with corn; Maine lobster salad with frozen red curry; foie gras with ginger and plum wine; and slow-cooked Wagyu beef in a homemade oyster sauce. Promotion:  Four courses at THB 1,850++ per person (additional wine pairing at THB 1,200++) Six courses at THB 2,600++ per person (additional wine pairing at THB 1,800++) Eight courses at THB 3,200++ per person (additional wine pairing at THB 2,300++) All moms enjoying the Mother’s Day lunch at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin on 12 August receive a surprise hand-garland All moms at dinner receive a floral gift box and some chocolate Date and time: 12 - 16 August 2020, 12:00 to 15:00 (last orders at 13:30), with dinner from 18:00 to 22:30 (last orders at 21:00) Reservation: +66 (0) 2 162 9000 // **A deposit is required and this must be paid at least 48 hours in advance (no later than Monday, 10 August)   YÀO ROOFTOP BAR AT MARRIOTT HOTEL THE SURAWONGSE What to expect: Delicious Chinese treats with a modern twist and Chinese-inspired cocktails in a stunning setting with the best panoramic view in Bangkok. Promotion:  Mother’s Day package: 3 items of bite-size Dim Sum; scrumptious fresh Noodles with Spicy Pork Gravy; BBQ Platter; homemade Deep-fried Date Pancake with Vanilla or Cantaloupe Ice Cream, at THB 888++ per person. Mom eats free, for a table of 4 persons Date and time: Wednesday 12 August 2020, 17:00 to 24:00 Reservation: +66 (0) 2 088 5666 // Official Line@ @marriottsurawongse   ฺBISCOTTI AT ANANTARA SIAM BANGKOK What to expect: A wide

Stage, a casual fine dining French & global-inspired restaurant by Chef Jay - Sainisa Sangsingkeaw and her highly talented brigade of ex-L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon has launched its brand-new seasonal "Stage Menu 3.0" signature tasting menus, starting from July onwards. "Stage Menu 3.0" is a vibrant journey to your palate in the concept of “Le Stage en Fête”, in which the word ‘la fête’ means a festival or a celebration party in French. Inspired by the lively carnival and joyful circus in Europe, each dish is presented in a colourful tone and fun plating with a playful twist, bringing smile and happiness to customers through the story of each menu. Some of the signature dishes for this new season include King Crab / Watermelon / Leek Bomb, Foie Gras Sundae, Spot Prawn / Jelly / Smoked Salmon Roe / Cotton Candy, Orecchitte / Sea Urchin / Black Winter Truffle, Sweetbread Schnitzel / Black Garlic / Sauerkraut, and Japanese Wagyu / Bone Marrow / Dry-Aged Beef / Red Wine Jus. Meanwhile, pastry chef Rekha Limpichart, who studied in Paris and apprenticed at Le Quartier du Pain under Chef Frédéric Lalos (prestigious recipient of Meilleur Ouvrier de France Boulanger), whips up carnival-inspired desserts like Space Brownie and many delectable bite-size desserts from the Dessert Trolley such as Matcha Kid Cat, Truffle Choux, Popcorn Éclair, Coconut Ice Cream With Bread, Apple Candy. ‘Stage Menu 3.0’ offers 7 courses tasting menu at THB 3,500++ (Wine pairing options: 3 glasses at 1,400++ / 5 glasses at THB 1,900++) and ‘Stage Experience’ 10 courses tasting menu at 4,900++ (Wine pairing options: 5 glasses at THB 1,900++ / 7 glasses at THB 2,500++). The evolving menu changes every 2 months according to ingredients availability and the team’s current inspirations. Our drinks are no afterthought either and are exquisitely designed to accompany your dining journey. Restaurant manager and sommelier Pattarapol Ponraritt (previously sommelier at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon and recently head wine sommelier at Bangkok Marriot Marquis Queen’s Park) curates a wine list of both old world wine and new world wine, including natural wine as well, from many countries all over the world. Stage opens daily for private lunch from 12.00 – 14.30 hrs (minimum 4 people, advance reservation only) and dinner from 17.00 – 24.00 hrs (last booking at 20.30 hrs). Visit ​ or Facebook & Instagram: @stagebkk, or call +66 (0) 2 002 5253 / +66 (0) 83 623 4444 for more information.

The Banyan Tree Group, one of Asia’s leading hotel brands for sustainability and environmental awareness, has announced that it will launch a range of organic, plant-based menus at its resorts around the world, starting in Thailand later this year. The Singapore-based Group said it has embarked on several collaborations covering different areas of the food chain, such as championing local procurement and sustainably sourced food through a partnership with two-star Michelin Chef James Noble. Together, Banyan Tree and Noble have broken ground on ORI9IN, a 350-acre gourmet organic farm in the fertile mountains of Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. Aside from supplying no fewer than 15 Michelin chefs at some of Bangkok’s most elite restaurants, MasterChef-turned sustainable farmer Noble said the joint venture will also include an on-site farm-to-table organic restaurant which is slated to open in October this year. Banyan Tree currently has three hotels in Thailand – in Bangkok, Koh Samui and Phuket, with a fourth, Banyan Tree Krabi, due to celebrate a grand opening in October 2020. The hotel group, which is highly reputed for its spa and wellness facilities, said it has also formed a partnership with Grassroots Pantry, a pioneering brand in Hong Kong, which is at the forefront of plant-based cuisine in Asia’s fine dining scene. A capsule menu based on plant-based, immunity-boosting foods and sustainable kitchen practices is to launch in the latter part of this year. The menu will debut at Banyan Tree’s Phuket venues followed by a roll-out at all of its hotels internationally. This new food-sourcing initiative at Banyan Tree complements an existing policy of enhanced hygiene and safety at its resorts worldwide – protocols introduced in the wake of the current Covid crisis. In 2019, Banyan Tree Group implemented a Code of Conduct for suppliers to map supply chain transparency in ingredients sourcing and promote socio-environmental practices to develop a sustainable supply chain. To date, over 900 suppliers have registered. For 2020, in line with marine conservation goals, the Group implemented a 25 percent benchmark of sustainable seafood sourcing by 2025 from sustainable fisheries. Banyan Tree Global Foundation said its experts will review seafood species served at each location and support identification of sustainably certified alternatives and opportunities for its properties.

To celebrate the grand comeback, JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok offers irresistible promotions for its famous outlets: Tsu Japanese Restaurant, Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse, Man Ho Chinese Restaurant and JW Café. For all guests, you will get a 50% discounts from now until 31 July 2020! Tsu Contemporary Japanese Cuisine Chef Yukio Takeda and his team masterfully prepare fresh sushi, sashimi and a curated selection of rolls alongside artfully crafted dishes. Enjoy a 50% discount from their a la carte menu Opens for Lunch: 11:30 am – 02:30 pm and dinner: 06:00 pm – 10:30 pm Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse With fire and flash, Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse serves up authentic Japanese Teppanyaki dishes in a cool, contemporary environment. Diners watch as talented chefs prepare their meal to their exact specifications right in front of them. Enjoy a 50% discount from their a la carte menu. Opens for Lunch:​11:30 am – 2:30 pm and dinner: ​6:00 pm – 10:30 pm Man Ho Chinese Restaurant Executive Chinese Chef Leslie Du and his team captivate the palate with the finest Cantonese delicacies. Enjoy a 50 % discount on their a la carte menu and promotional price on all you can eat Dim Sum for THB 750 net per person from Monday to Friday. Weekend dim sum returns at THB1,250 net per person. Opens lunch: 11:30 am – 02:30 pm and dinner: 06:00 pm – 10:30 pm JW Café An urban industrial concept decorated in gray vein marble with wood panels to create a modern yet cozy space, JW Café serves an array of International cuisine from the semi-buffet and unlimited a la carte menu including chef recommended signature dishes, and local favorites from fresh seafood to foie gras. Enjoy 50% discount on the dinner buffet from Monday to Thursday. Dinner buffet available 06:00pm – 10:30 pm. New York Steakhouse Consistently recognized as Bangkok’s best steakhouse and awarded with 3 consecutive years of the Michelin plate award, due to its unparalleled service and premium cuts of meat. It is in a class of its own with an atmosphere evoking a classic New York City steakhouse. Serving imported cuts from Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the United States together with local options and a wide selection of seafood. Complimentary signature cocktails will be served to guests from 2 nd July -31 st July 2020 to get us back in that New York state of mind. Opens daily from 06.00 pm. – 11.00 pm.   For more information or reservations please feel free to call +66 (0) 2 656 7700

One of the must-visit spots for foodies, Michelin-starred PRU at Trisara Resort Phuket, is now open again. In addition to elevated safety and sanitisation, PRU returns with stronger relations to the local farming and artisan community, an exciting new dinner menu, and gourmet product line available for delivery, in accordance with Trisara's "Dine Good Do Good" ethos. Trisara has implemented numerous updates at PRU to allow for a safe dining experience, including: Tables and chairs removed in the dining room to further limit restaurant occupancy and allow for physical distancing without detracting from ambience Tables and chairs reconfigured for increased physical distancing while still offering magnificent ocean views  Restaurant hosts will guide physical distancing at entrances, waiting areas and queues All surfaces will be sanitized regularly, and UVC sterilization of entire table setup QR Code menus will be implemented that enable guests to scan and access on their mobile phones. Strict HACCP guidelines enforced for food preparation, receiving, and storage of all products Hand sanitizer will be readily available to guests\ Face masks are required for staff Moreover, PRU restaurant and Trisara resort also launch a special gift voucher ‘A Night Under The Stars at PRU and Trisara’ for an exquisite evening under the starlit sky of Phuket. Enjoy a 5-course eco-system based meal with wine pairing at PRU Restaurant, followed by a one-night stay in our Ocean View Pool Junior Suite with panoramic views of the Andaman Sea. Purchase gift card for THB 24,000+++ and valid for a stay until 30 September 2021. For more information, click here or contact  and call +66 76-683-320 PRU restaurant is now open Friday to Monday for 6 pm dinner service. Reservations are required. For more information on PRU, please visit To make a reservation please contact +66 76-310-232 or

As a Bangkok-born who has always lived here, there is something about this city that never ceases to amaze me. One of my most favourite spot to re-visit from time to time is Pranakorn Area. Samranraj is one of the districts in the area, famous for old houses and street foods, as well as one-off lifestyles. The cushy fusion between Thai, Chinese, Indian, and Western influences of the district is dulcet in the way no other place is. Chef Bank, a native of the area, who is the chef at Samranraj Cuisine, narrates the charming way of living around here through his finesse in culinary arts and impressive knowledge of Thai ingredients. His cuisine fuses cultures with flavours, as if he is taking you on a journey in Thailand from the northernmost part to the south, while making a stop at Samranraj district to peek at the beautiful cultural blend. At Samranraj Cuisine Restaurant, I get to try the dinner set in a casual yet exquisite setting. The semi-open kitchen makes the dinnertime even more enjoyable. In the southern part of Thailand, there are a large number of Muslim people, and they add their unique flavours to various dishes, one of them being “Salad Khaek”. On the Samranraj Rice Crackers, the sweet-and-sour zest of the salad is added to chunks of fresh crabmeat and culantro from the North, creating a succulent sensation over the crispy rice from the Central region. For Wild Hokkaido Scallop Som Tum Ceviche, when common dish like Som Tum is made extravagant, it feels like home, with cutting-edge redecoration. Topped on papaya salad are jumbo-sized fresh scallops. Instead of simply adding chilli to the salad, the chef transforms it into jelly, so the whole experience is marvelously textured. Vegan-friendly Banana Flower Salad is utterly nutritious, while being rich in flavours. Pomelo adds juiciness to the dish so gorgeously. And then it is time for the mains. Poached and Seared Foei Gras & Duck is a seamless, stunning blend of Western and Chinese flavours. Instead of cooking common Dong Po Rou, duck and foei gras are poached in Po Rou water, so that the unique herbal aroma seeps thoroughly in the meat. The sided mulberry chutney complements the dish so well. When savouring everything together in one bite, it gives unexpectedly heavenly senses. Thai Wagyu Beef brings the best charcoal-grilled beef from Sakon Nakhon to the plate, peppered with ground roasted rice, making each piece crispy on the outside, and juicy on the inside. To reveal the famous Isaan-style flavours, spicy “jaew” dipping is served alongside. I am usually not a fan of lamb, but when I try Charcoal Lamb Cutlet Massaman Curry, I must say this can easily be my favourite. This is a great combination of Chinese, Indian, and Western tastes, crystallising the charming cultural diversity of the district. The tender lamb and rich-in-flavour Massaman curry goes brilliantly with one another. After having had a long delectable time, dessert is the way to say sweet goodbye. Jasmine Panna Cotta Ginger Jelly is topped with

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is now open with all its facilities ready to grafity you with first-rate service and upheaved safety measures with the hotel's new "Stay with Peace of Mind" programme. Reopening with a host of enhanced hygiene measures, Anantara Spa has introduced a collection of immune-boosting initiatives, available daily from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm. At the hotel’s award-winning restaurants, diners can indulge in a variety of cuisines and experiences – signature Italian cuisine at Biscotti; baked goods and coffee at Mocha & Muffins; all-day dining and afternoon tea at The Lobby; a selection of masterfully crafted drinks at Aqua; and sumptuous dining with free-flow beverages at Madison Sunday Brunch. Food takeaway and delivery services are available as well. Mocha & Muffins is open daily from 7:00am to 7:00pm The Lobby is open daily from 10:00am to 11:00 pm Biscotti is open daily for lunch (12:00pm – 2:30pm) and dinner (6:00pm – 10:30pm) Aqua is open daily from 5:00pm to midnight Madison is open for Sunday Brunch from 11:30am to 3:00pm The reopening is announced after the hotel has been awarded "Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration: SHA" certification by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and a certificate of a Lodging Facility with High Hygiene and Safety Standards from the Department of Health and Ministry of Public Health. For more information and reservations, please call +66 (0) 2 126 8866, email, or visit

Looking for a marvelous staycation in Bangkok? Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse offers you a chance to enjoy a complimentary stay in a beautifully-adorned room when you savour the finest treats at the hotel's restaurant and bar: Praya Kitchen, Yào Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, or The Lobby Lounge. Spend THB 5,000++ and get a complimentary 1-night stay in our Deluxe Room (for 2 persons) Spend THB 8,000++ and get a complimentary 1-night stay in our 2-Bedroom Residential Suite (for 4 persons) The promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotions or discounts.  Limited to 1 redemption per 1 bill per 1 table only.  The hotel reserves the right to change and modify these terms and conditions at any time without notice. Starting now - 31 July 2020, for a stay from now - 31 August 2020. For more information or reservation, please contact  +66 (0) 2 088 5666.

From 1 July onwards, Up & Above Bar at The Okura Prestige Bangkok will quench your thrist with creative cocktails using exotic fruits from Thailand's provinces blended with premium Thai, Japanese, and Cuban spirits. Damneonsadoek Mango fuses Havana rum, fresh Ok-rong mango with alluring sweetness from Damneonsadoek in Ratchaburi province, bael syrup, and fresh lime. Miss Nakornpathom brings Kaownampueng polemo from the namesake province to add refreshing zest to the glass along with Phaya premium Thai rum, orange and lime juice, pandan syrup, and Shiraz red wine. Fresh Kom-homlamjieak lychee from the Amphawa district of Samut Songkram is the star of Ampawa Lychee, combined with Rugu gin, Martini Rosso, marmalade jam and lime, giving uniquely lively sensation in every sip. For an invigorating mocktail, try Pakchong Pomegranate, which is crafted with famous Jarassaeng pomegranate from Pakchong in Nakhon Ratchasima province combining with sweet-smelling honey and lime juice. Exotic Beverages are available daily from 1 July – 30 September 2020 at 12:00 - 24:00. Prices start at Baht 290++ for cocktails and Baht 250++ for mocktail. Up & Above Bar is located on the 24th floor of The Okura Prestige Bangkok. For information and reservations, please contact +66 (0) 2 687 9000 or email