Happennings at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok August2014

| August 4, 2014 | 8 Comments
Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok offers a choice of special food and beverage promotion for diners to enjoy at the following restaurants throughout the Mother’s Day month in August 2014.


Singaporean Food Promotion at NEXT2 Café

Executive Chef Andy Yew of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts brings his passion for Singaporean culinary creations to the heart of Bangkok at Shangri-La Hotel’s NEXT2 Café from 7-13 August 2014.
Diners can indulge in Chef Andy’s irresistible iconic local dishes prepared live during this one-week Singaporean Food Promotion.  The event features a selection of cold, hot and grilled items, noodles, soups and desserts from live buffet stations. Among the choices are Chili Crab with Fried Buns, Bak Kut Teh, Singapore Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Kaya Toast.
The Singaporean Food Promotion is available for lunch at Bt990 net per person (Monday to Saturday) and Bt 1,850 net per person for dinner and Sunday Brunch on 10 August 2014.  On 12 August 2014, diners can enjoy Mother’s Day Brunch featuring Singaporean dishes and delicious international cuisines for Bt 2,288 net per person.
Guest Chef Andy Yew joined Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts in 1995.  In the past few years, he has helped the company open many top restaurants in Asia. His culinary training background is extensive, covering a range of cuisines.  Chef Andy is an expert in kitchen management and menu concept development.


Mother Dines For Free, a riverside experience on Mother’s Day

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok offers meaningful riverside experience for children and families to honour their beloved Moms and keep her happiest memories alive on Mother’s Day at three dining venues.
On 12 August 2014, children and family members can treat Moms to a Mother’s Day Brunch with a wide selection of dishes from all over the world at NEXT2 Café.  Moms dine for FREE along with a complimentary Mother’s Day Mocktail when accompanied by a minimum of three buffet paying guests per table.  The price for Mother’s Day Brunch is Bt 2,288 net for adults and   half-price for children between 6-11 years.

Shang Palace celebrates Mother’s Day from 9-12 August 2014.  Families can enjoy three Mother’s Day set menu options delicately crafted by Chef Sham Yun Ming and his culinary team to honour this important day.
·         The eight-course set menu is priced at Bt 1,488++ per person and includes items such as Cod Fish Fillet with Spicy Salt and Minced Garlic, and Fish Maw Soup with Crab Meat and Abalone.
·         The nine-course set menu for Bt 1,988++ per person includes famous dishes such as the Shang Palace Barbecue Platter, Hong Kong-Style Steamed Sea Bass, and Peking Duck; and for Bt 2,288++ per person the set includes Hong Kong-Style Steamed Soon Hock, Braised Whole Abalone with Goose Palm and Vegetables, Stir-Fried Prawns and Scallops in Sichuan Sauce, and many more decadent dishes.

Family members can gather for a party to honour Moms with All-You-Can-Eat High Tea at the Lobby Lounge from 8-12 August 2014 between 2-6 p.m.  The special High Tea features a bountiful array of sweets and savouries amidst the luxurious ambiance of the lounge and grand river view.  On 12 August 2014, moms dine FREE with a minimum of two High Tea paying guests per table.  The All-You-Can-Eat High Tea is priced at Bt 680++ per person.

Botanical Brilliance, a special menu inspired by H.M. Queen Sirikit, at Salathip

Salathip Chef de Cuisine Tussanee Putkaew masterfully crafts a special menu inspired by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, a dedicated supporter of the research and conservation of Thailand’s botanies, from 1-31 August 2014.  The menu blends the finest of Thai ingredients with the gracefulness of edible flowers and plants, creating a brilliant balance of nature and authentic Thai tastes with dishes such as Seared Hokkaido Scallops with Lotus Pollen in Spicy Lime Vinaigrette, Lightly-battered Osmanthus Flowers with Sweet and Spicy Peanut Sauce, and Grilled Pork Curry with Torch Ginger Flowers. The special menu is available for dinner with Thai classical dance performances. Prices range from Bt 120++ to Bt 700++ per dish.


Hong Kong-Style Peking Duck at Shang Palace

Shang Palace offers guests the experience of Traditional Hong Kong-Style Peking Duck prepared by the restaurant’s Hong Kong Barbecue Chef Po Wai Cheng, who has 26 years of experience in barbecue-cooking gained from leading hotels in many countries including Hong Kong, China and Indonesia.  Chef Po’s Peking Duck is served in three succulent courses: Crispy Peking Duck Skin with Pancakes, Duck Legs with Plum Sauce and Stir-Fried Duck Meat with Spring Onions and Ginger.  The three-course Peking Duck is priced at Bt 1,600++ per set and is available from 1-31 August 2014.

For more information and to make a reservation, please call Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok’s restaurant reservations desk on 0 2236 7777, 0 2236 9952, e-mail restaurants.slbk@shangri-la.com.

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