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Culinary Mysteries In Thai History

March 30, 2015 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

Exquisite Thai recipes recovered from the mists of time can be reencountered in all their authentic glory at Smooth Curry Thai restaurant at Plaza Athénée Bangkok, A Royal Méridien Hotel, throughout April-June.

Kao chea

From Gaeng Boom Bai beef curry to Mee Grop pork, shrimp and tofu noodles, a legendary culinary landscape awaits to be rediscovered whether for lunch or dinner.

Smooth Curry’s Chef Jasvir’s encyclopaedic knowledge and passion for Thai cuisine from its roots to the present once again results in a rare opportunity to experience the flavours and aromas that contemporary Thai civilization’s illustrious ancestors enjoyed as their birth right and delight.

The full menu offers:

Kao cheaan historic take on the classic Thai summer dish comprising rice in chilled jasmine water served with sweet condiments (750++)

Mee grobtraditional sweet and crispy vermicelli rice noodle with shrimps, pork and tofu (350++)

 Kao mun som tam gaeng kiew wan nue kub nue foi wan – coconut rice served with papaya salad, green curry beef and traditional-style sweet shredded beef (670++)

Gaeng boom bai – a long-forgotten traditional curry with beef, onion and cucumber (670++)

 Gaeng kua goong ka-ton – red curry with shrimps and santol (450++)

 Light and modern with subtly styled Thai motifs and intuitive service, Smooth Curry is located at Level 3, Plaza Athénée Bangkok, A Royal Méridien Hotel.

Bookings recommended.

Discount: 15% savings for SPG Members. Le Club Plaza members + Wine Ambassador entitled to 20% savings.

For reservations please call + 66 2650 8800 or e-mail,

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