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An Exclusive dinner at Brand new NEXT2

 
AN EXCLUSIVE DINNER AT BRAND NEW NEXT2 - BANGKOKS MOST FAMOUS NEW RIVERSIDE BUFFET AT RE-OPENS SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, BANGKOK

A trendy and modern alfresco NEXT2, the restaurant by the banks of the River of Kings at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, re-openreopeneds in January 2009. With Bringing the theatre style cooking in an exotic settings and a , with rich sense of Thai culture and heritage, the reopened with a modern twist right next to guests, brand new NEXT2 employs design-forward techniques to enhance the buffet dining experience of diners.
Internationally renowned by Tokyo-based internationally renowned designer, Super Potato designed the renovated restaurant. who had created a breathtaking interior to this riverside caféThe indoors, which stretches along the banks of the river, has with air conditioning, is ing out while the outdoor terrace has introduces satellite kitchens and new landscaping. The restaurant in warm ambience seats 425 guests in a warm ambience and has a bar and spacious alfresco areas. The restaurant is harmonised with warm organic earth tones and textures, coupled with modern furniture and tableware.

Though the dining scene of NEXT2 has evolved tremendously, diners will find that the one element that has buffet experience has remained unaltered is the buffet experience. Diners Brand new NEXT2 invites gcan to take part in a gourmet culinary journey that moves beyond the buffet and from of the past. From the moment guests they arrive at , NEXT2, their senses will be tempted and indulged their senses.

NEXT2 provides It is diners with a n all-you-can-eat buffet extravaganza through a variety of cuisine and flavours, kitchens, people and, wine and dine. With a choice of nine different interactive buffet stations, in addition to other various menu choices, guests will see their food prepared and will enjoy its aroma as it is cooked and served in an environment replete with energy, colour and animation.

NEXT2 has nine interactive kitchens where chefs cut, poach, roast, slice, steam, grill, bake and, cook delicacies from around the world, both the land of China, Japan, India, from East and West, from down-under, fusion and traditional, as well as and a tempting array of home-made desserts. Highlights of are the new cooking stations includieng hHomeopathic cuisine -- an alternative medicine based on natural ingredients and healing processes --, and the Ayurvedic healing cuisine, which to balances the three main elements of Indians ancient wisdom of which are Vata (a Air), Pitta (f Fire) and Kapha (eEarth).

A nutritious n lifestyle cuisine initiated by Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts that will bring healthy dining to a higher level of creativity is also available to diners. The cuisine focuses on a balance of nutrition dense, low glycogenic, portion- controlled food, whilest retaining the delectable appeal of gourmet cooking.

Chef Chatree and Chef Gigi, two of the hotels great culinary personalities, under the guidance of Executive Chef Anthony Dawson, lead a brigade of over 30 chefs to bring you innovative cooking, freshness, authenticity, taste and flavour.

The culinary journey for diners at NEXT2 begins at the modern riverside sliding-door entrance.

From the entrance, diners will see the Western Live Theatre station, where offers carved, grilled and flambéed cuisine. Adjacent to the left is the Asian and Western Hot station offering dishes from Asian countries and a choice of hot dishes from Western countries. The Homeopathic Cuisine station to the right features healthy lifestyle cuisine, and salad and herbal remedies that are known to cure common ailments.

When diners walk from the homeopathic cuisine station to the left end, the Seafood Boutique station presents a decorative display of seafood with creative dressing, fresh sushi and sashimi, and Japanese Shojin cuisine.

The Sweet and Crusty station lies opposite the seafood boutique station, and offers an abundance of desserts such as fresh soufflés, sugar free desserts, truffles and pralines, a chocolate fountain and various flavours of ice cream, as well as a tempting array of homemade cakes and sweets.

Situated at the end of the restaurant next to the Asian and Western Hot station is Chef Sings Indian Spice Market station featuring authentic Indian cuisine prepared by the restaurants Indian chef. The other station is Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cuisine and Ayurveda Healing Cuisine

Diners who wish to eat in the open air iIn the evenings will enjoy the terrace by the river, where the Banana Leaf Grill (BBQ) station s located outside at the terrace by the river, is featuresd with barbecued meat and grilled seafood plus made-to-order Mongolian dishes. The grilled, plus the modern Siam Market Place station , offers diners offering freshly prepared steamed or baked Thai dishes either steamed or baked including Thai hot dishes, a selection of Thai salads and the famous Phad Thai, one of the many highlights and a specialty of NEXT2.
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