Introduce the new Mediterranean inspired restaurant “Albricias”

| August 22, 2013

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Chatruim Residence Sathon Bangok introduces a fresh new offering on the restaurant scene in Bangkok with Executive Chef Nietsche’s collection of fine Mediterranean Cuisine from Italy, Spain and France. The name of the restaurant, albricias, means joy in Spanish; and expresses.

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Albricias restaurant, Chatrium Residence Sathon is located on in a quiet neighborhood with easy access from the toll way. At the restaurant entrance guests will notice a garden of tasty herbs carefully harvested when needed to flavor a variety of the Chef’s signature dishes. On entering the restaurant, one easily notices the large 3.5-meter windows that allow spectacular views of local neighborhood or gardens, giving the feeling of a peaceful retreat. The design is both Mediterranean and Japanese inspired with warm wood and stylish lion door knockers covering walls while room partitions are designed with images of peaceful cherry trees covered with blossoms.

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Despite the luxury of the surroundings, Albricias serves moderately priced food in a family friendly atmosphere, with a full bar and a variety of wines available. There are three sections in the restaurant; a Mediterranean and a Japanese cuisine corner while a Buffet section is located centrally. The Japanese section of the restaurant is Ochoko, the name of a small sake cup. Thai and western fare is also available to guests.

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Chef Nietsche’s personal motto is that “great food starts with great ingredients. “To this end a joyful menu of Mediterranean inspired cuisine has been created while ensuring the vegetables, fruits, and herbs are freshly sourced from regions around Thailand; including the seafood from the south of Thailand. He imports beef and lamb directly from Australia from private farmers to ensure quality”.

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