Art of Thai Cuisine @ Blue Elephant

| September 7, 2012

During August and September each year, the Blue Elephant Cooking School & Restaurant holds a special Food Festival to celebrate the anniversary of the magnificent Thai-Chin Mansion in which it is housed on Sathorn Road.

In celebrating the heritage-listed mansion’s 109th Anniversary this year, Master Chef Nooror Somany Steppe has created a six-course “Art of Thai Cuisine” menu, which highlights her Thai favourite creations presented at its best and includes Laab Salmon, Lamb or Wagyu Beef Massaman, Grouper with Black Bean Sauce and Forgotten Husband Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaves to name some of the delectable selections available.

Meing Kham and Laab Salmon

Clock wise from top; Golden bag, Spicy lobster with herbs and avocado,  scallops lemon grass & black pepper sauce

The meal can be served with Blue Elephat’s own labeled Champagne

Kao soi see krong moo orn (pork spare ribs) or kai baan(free range chicken)

Passion fruit sherbet

From top left clock wise; Lamb or Wagyu massaman,Asparagus with crab meat, Koong phad prik khing, Forgotten husband (rice wrapped in lotus leaves), Grouper with black bean sauce

The set menu ends with Assorted Homemade Thai Desserts and coffee

This fine-dining menu, priced at Baht 2,400++ including a glass of Champagne, will be available from now until September 30, 2012. Interestingly, the dishes showcased in this menu have been served to several visiting foreign dignitaries such as former Presidents George Bush and Vladimir Putin taking Thai cuisine to an international level.

To experience this unique and artistically-presented menu, please contact Tel: +66 (0) 2673 9353 – 8 or E-mail: for reservations.

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