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Chef Recommendations At Flava Restaurant Dream Bangkok

April 15, 2015 Food & Beverage No Comments Print Print Email Email

Chicken and Galangal with Young Coconut Milk SoupExecutive Chef Booncherd is presenting his personal unique recommendations in a hip and sleek place with the vibrantly coloured walls, of Flava Restaurant through this month until 31st May 2015.

Two exciting choices of chef’s creative include 4-course set menu of Thai or Western for your selection at THB 700++ / set menu.

Try Chef Booncherd’s recommended Western set menu, including Seared Scallop with Squid Ink Sauce and Sautéed Sweet Peas for starter, followed by Blue Crab with Brandy Soup, delectable main course of Pan- Seared Snow Fish with Spinach, Potato, and Passion Fruit Sauce and ends with tempting dessert like Apple Strudel. What else can make your dining experience more pleasurable?

Blue Crab with Brandy Soup

Alternative sumptuous set menu, also presents a unique authentic Thai tastes including the tasty appetizer as Jumbo White Prawn Salad with Thai Herbs followed by Chicken and Galangal with Young Coconut Milk Soup. Delightfully main dish, Mussaman Curry with Lamb Shanks and Steamed Rice. Leave your impression with mouth-watering dessert, Pumpkin Custard.

Chef Booncherd is an Appetizers champion chef of Krabi, Thailand who has 25 years experiences in Western and Thai cuisine. With his passion and very unique cooking style, you just make your wish and an individual culinary masterpiece will be delivered to your table.

Seared Scallop with Squid Ink Sauce

Visit Flava Restaurant to experience the most flavoursome dishes daily for lunch and dinner from 12.30 pm – 11 pm. For more information or reservation please call +66 (0) 2254 8500 or email: [email protected]

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