Across Asia, Secret Retreats continues to scout small, magical places. Some of them include restaurants that are handpicked for their unique character, quality and passion. We call them ‘Secret Tables.’
During the months of April, May and June 2016, Secret Retreats will be offering diners at Secret Tables the opportunity to win 2 nights’ stay at a beautiful, boutique property within the Secret Retreats collection.
All you have to do to win is to be seated at the right time, on the right day, at the right table number.
Each month, at random, the Secret Tables chefs will offer two lucky guests at their restaurant the opportunity to stay in a Secret Retreats property. The prize can be used immediately or within the next 6 months, in a property located within the same country as the Secret Table where the guests are eating.
The winning restaurant tables will change location on a monthly basis:
April – Indonesia
May – Cambodia
June – Thailand
Intrepid diners can choose their Secret Tables at the following locations:
Cuca – Bali, Indonesia
Chef Kevin Cherkas previously worked in three-star Michelin Arzak Restaurant in San Sebastian, El Bulli in Roses and Daniel in NYC. Cuca is a tapas, cocktails and dessert bar that sources local produce.
Locavore Restaurant – Bali, Indonesia
This stylish, small, cosy restaurant is operated by a team of dedicated food enthusiasts, serves cuisine using ingredients that celebrate the farmers, fisherman and artisans that the founders have met along their travels.
The Tiger’s Eye – Phnom Penh, Cambodia
South African Chef Timothy Bruyns injects an exciting and dynamic new style of cooking into the Phnom Penh dining scene. Specialising in contemporary world cuisine, the ever-changing menu incorporates both classical and modern techniques using local Cambodian produce whenever possible. Savour fresh, pure flavours either in the informal outdoor café or relaxing indoor dining room.
Cuisine Wat Damnak – Siem Reap, Cambodia
Set in a beautifully renovated traditional house, weekly changing degustation menus showcase foraged and premium ingredients, served in the dining room, landscaped garden or Cambodian wooden room. The modern Cambodian cuisine focuses on local produce with a small touch of French sensitivity.
Mie Café – Siem Reap, Cambodia
Just outside the centre of town in Siem Reap, Mie Café offers a tranquil dining experience. Soak up the warm atmosphere, and watch the kitchen at work whilst savouring modern cuisine with a personalised Cambodian touch. Delectable dishes include beef laab salad, tuna tartar, and curry with prawn ravioli. The garden views, featuring vegetables, herbs and flowers, adds to the relaxing setting.
David’s Kitchen 909 – Chiang Mai, Thailand
A new addition in Chiang Mai, David’s Kitchen specialises in Modern French and Thai Fusion cuisine. Set on 18 Rai of manicured parkland on the Ping River in Sanpisuur, David’s Kitchen sources local organic produce whenever possible.
Supanniga Eating Room – Bangkok, Thailand
Serving savoury Thai cuisine using premium ingredients from Thailand’s seaside towns including fish sauce, kapi (dried shrimp paste), and salted fish. The recipes have been passed on for 80 years from the owner’s grandmother, and showcase delicacies from the Trat and Chantaburi provinces, with a slight Isaan touch.
Le Du Wine Bar & Restaurant – Bangkok, Thailand
Meaning “season” in Thai, Le Du’s culinary creations are based on seasonal produce. Le Du is a duo concept restaurant, which offers both à la carte and tasting menus featuring Thailand’s extraordinary agricultural bounty and centuries-old culinary cultures.
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