Truffle-Forward Delicacies at Carlton Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit
This November, Carlton Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit invites you to try special truffle-focused dishes at Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant and Cooling Tower Rooftop Bar, created by expert culinary team, to make your meal even more memorable.
At Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant, Chinese ingredients and alluring black truffle come together as Black Truffle Soup with Fish Maw, Dried Scallops, Bamboo Fungus and Wolfberries (THB 780++). Complimentary Special Chinese Tea is offered for every order of this truffle soup during lunch and dinner.
At Cooling Tower Rooftop Bar, don’t miss savouring Burrata Truffle Salad (THB 590++) alongside Australian grain-fed steak. The Steak & Truffle dish (THB 790++) is accompanied by Spring Pea, Autumn Black Truffle & Truffle Fries. For your second truffle dish, you will receive 10% discount!
For more information or to make reservations, please contact +66 (0)2 090 7888 or email Fbreservations@carltonhotel.co.th
Rosewood Bangkok introduces "Sweet Soirée" – a new evening dessert concept at Lakorn European Brasserie under the romantic theme of "Love Letter to Thailand". As the sky at dusk is turning glamourous pink, you can enjoy an expansive array of intricate all-you-can-savour desserts including mignardises, chocolate bonbons, pâte de fruits, marshmallow, mini tartlets, cannelés and cookies, as well as a choice of one exquisitely crafted patisserie from award-winning Executive Pastry Chef Florian Couteau. You can also enjoy pairing the confections with unlimited infused gin from 20:00 until 23:00, featuring one of three gin-of-the-week flavors: pineapple, strawberry or mango, while the vinyl-spinning DJ plays the funky tunes. For the Sweet Soirée debut, Executive Pastry Chef Florian Couteau created “A Love Letter to Thailand”, showcasing Thailand's alluring tropical fruits on the extravagant desserts. It deliciously exemplifies the “Partners in Provenance” program of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®, in which hotel chefs share a passionate commitment to source, present and beautifully showcase locally produced, fresh, sustainable and seasonal ingredients. Sweet Soirée is available every Friday from 18:30 to 22:30 at THB 888++ per person, including one plated dessert and unlimited access to the sweets buffet. For more information or reservations, please call +66 (0) 2 080 0070 or email email@example.com
This December, 3 of Marriott International’s world-class hotels in Bangkok will showcase the finest Chinese cuisine this December, as they host the “Flavors Explosion : A Journey through Chinese Cuisines” – a series of delectable dining events that demonstrate the skills of 3 Chinese culinary artists and the finest local and imported seafood. The series will be led by these hotshot chefs: Chef Oscar Pun is a native of Hong Kong who likes to combine classical recipes with innovative cooking techniques, having mastered his culinary skill for over 20 years in the kitchens of leading luxury hotels and top restaurants, including Michelin-starred establishments in Beijing and Singapore. He now delights diners at Pagoda Chinese Restaurant at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. Chef Bruce Hui is a Chinese Chef who has a passion to develop and refine time-honoured Chinese recipes. His simple yet sophisticated style focuses on the spirit of each dish and its ingredients, while not strictly adhering to tradition. Guests can discover his inventive culinary creations at Yào Restaurant, an award-winning dining destination of Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse. Chef Cheng Kam Sing learnt the art of Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong, but has been a resident of Thailand since 1989, where he has worked at some of the most sought-after Chinese restaurants in Bangkok. At The Silk Road, The Athenee Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, his modern yet authentic style is intended to accentuate the natural flavors and textures, with eye-catching presentation. For 3 nights only, on 15, 16 and 17 December 2020, diners can savor delicious and highly authentic dishes created exclusively for the event by the aforementioned trio of Chinese executive chefs. On each evening, these 3 epicurean experts will use their experience and ingenuity to craft an original menu, focusing on sublime seafood. This gastronomic gathering will be hosted on 15 December at Yào Restaurant, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse; on 16 December at Pagoda Chinese Restaurant, Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park; and on 17 December at The Silk Road, The Athenee Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel. The “Flavors Explosion: A Journey through Chinese Cuisines” set menu is priced at just THB 2,888++. À la carte dishes are also available. Marriott Bonvoy and Club Marriott members will enjoy exclusive Restaurants and Bars benefits. For more information and reservations, please contact: Yào Restaurant: www.yaobangkok.com / Wimolthip.L@marriotthotels.com / +66 (0) 2 088 5666 Pagoda Chinese Restaurant: firstname.lastname@example.org / +66 (0) 2 059 5999 The Silk Road: email@example.com / +66 (0) 2 650 8800
Setting up branches at Mahanakhon CUBE are a dozen favourite Thai street food restaurants, some of which are Michelin-recommended. The new rock star venue for foodies is named ‘Thai Taste Hub Mahanakhon CUBE’, and will unquestionably offer plenty of mouth-watering comfort foods to satisfy every palate. Located on the first floor of Mahanakhon CUBE, which is found at exit number three of Chong Nonsi BTS station, Thai Taste Hub fits the bill especially for those who love legendary street foods but not the hassle of driving around crowded areas and trying to find a parking space, then queuing up at the original restaurant and fighting to keep their seats. The 640 sqm space here can accommodate 200 foodies at a time. The ambience is street of course, with a mix of arts by Thai artists working in different mediums e.g. Beerpitch on typography, Benzilla on street art, Gongkan on acrylic on wall, Pim on ceramic and mosaic, and Lolay on the 3.5-metre sculpture at the heart of the space. Yih Sahp Luhk (Michelin Plate 2020) Original restaurant: Phra Athit Road Signature dishes: Braised Short Ribs Rice Pot (THB 220), Hotate (scallops) Rice Pot (THB 450) Our thoughts: The baked rice was flavoursome, the beef ribs were tender and super juicy, and the accompanying soup was perfect! Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu (Michelin Bib Gourmand 2019-2020) Original restaurant: Dinsor Road Signature dishes: Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu Crispy Pork Belly (THB 220), Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu Grilled Pork Jowl (THB 190) Our thoughts: The Pad Thai sauce was vibrant and coated the noodles thoroughly. It’s worth observing the cooking process as well since the large flames that engulf the entire wok is pretty impressive. Nai Ek Roll Noodle (Michelin Plate 2018-2019) Original restaurant: Bangkok Chinatown Signature dishes: Roll Noodles (THB 65-90), Deep Fried Crispy Pork with Rice (THB 65-90) Our thoughts: The Roll Noodles (Guay Jub) had a slight chewiness that was satisfying, the crispy pork was perfectly cooked, and we could not waste even a single drop of the aromatic black pepper soup gave our sinuses a big hit (in a good way!). Maverick Suki (Michelin Plate 2019-2020) Original restaurant: Soi Yod Sae, Bamrungmuang Road Signature dishes: Stir-Fried Sukiyaki (THB 80), Stir-Fried Noodle with Chicken (THB 70) Our thoughts: The sukiyaki sauce, which has been passed down through generations since 1960, proved to be so irresistible that we kept asking for more. The marinated pork was so tender it literally melted in our mouths. Phed Phed Hey! Original restaurant: Nakhon Phanom Signature dishes: Salad with Vermicelli Noodles (THB 275), Mongosteen Papaya Salad with Shrimp Paste and Sugar Cane (THB 275) Our thoughts: The oversize portions were impressive, as well as the succulence of each dish. Even so, the three of us found it difficult to finish each portion! So the more of you, the merrier a meal here becomes. Boon Lert Original restaurant: Nang Loeng Signature dishes: Egg Noodle Soup with Crab (THB 70-80), Wontons with Grilled Pork in Soy Sauce (THB 55-65) Our thoughts: The traditional bone broth complemented the delicate egg noodles splendidly, and the crab meat was very succulent. Limlaosa Original restaurant: Song Wat