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“Khao Chae” Thai Summer Essential (Period: 12-19 April 2014) and A Culinary Blast from the Past

April 1, 2014 Destination Thailand No Comments Email Email

Thai summers are known to be very hot and one good thing about them is the tradition of eating “Khao Chae”.

This Thai summer delicacy, consisting of Jasmine rice with chilled Jasmine scented water and a selection of traditional condiments, apparently has very ancient origins that go back to the reign of King Rama II when it was consumed in the Royal Courts. It was not until the time of King Rama V that Khao Chae became a popular widely consumed dish appreciated for its cooling and refreshing properties. Try it for lunch at Romsai during 12-19 April to celebrate the Songkran festivities.

Open daily: Lunch, 12.00pm – 2.30pm

Dinner, 6.00pm – 10.30pm

Weekend Brunch, 12.00am – 3.00pm

APSARA

A Culinary Blast from the Past

The first recorded history of Thai cuisine goes back to the 10th century and the golden origins of the kingdoms of Siam, the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya eras. In April, Apsara brings you back in time and lets you experience dishes that would only grace a Royal table. Using the highest quality ingredients and showcasing an impeccable presentation and perfectly balanced flavor, we indulge you with a set menu inspired by a culinary journey that is reminiscent of the different Royal eras. Departing from River City pier at 8.00 pm. daily. Price at THB 2,300 nett per person.

For more information and reservations please contact: +66 (0)2 6791200

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