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Two Ways to Savour Father’s Day

December 1, 2015 Dining No Comments Email Email

Silk RoadBangkok 2015, Plaza Athénée Bangkok, A Royal Méridién Hotel

Would father prefer a family celebration of his special day on Saturday, 5 December 2015, to be spun around a gourmet international buffet starring premium seafood?

Or sharing a special set menu at one of Bangkok’s top Cantonese fine dining restaurants? It’s a simple choice between The Rain Tree Café or Silk Roadrestaurants on level 4 of Plaza Athénée Bangkok, A Royal Méridien Hotel.

The Rain Tree Café Seafood Special (Lunch + Dinner)

Mine mountains of the freshest imported and locally caught seafood, prepared in every way imaginable, from sashimi to carpaccio and steamed to cooked in gourmet Western and Asian styles.

*THB 2,200 net/person including drinking water + 1 lobster per person

Silk Road Father’s Day Chinese Set Menu (Lunch)

Let the reminiscing commence as your unlimited selections of chef’s finest classic and creative dim sums arrive at the table in an enticing procession. Soon they are joined by Bird’s Nest with Dry Scallops in Thick Soup and then Double Boiled Braised Goose Legs with Japanese Abalone in Brown Sauce. And who can resist the dish of Steamed Black Garoupa in Soy Sauce that follows? Save space for dessert, though: either Double Boiled Gingko Nuts and Japanese Pumpkin in Young Coconut Or Pomelo and Tapioca with Crushed Mango.

*All for THB 2,500 net/person

*15% savings for SPG members and 20% saving for Le Club Plaza Members

*Le Club Plaza vouchers is not applicable

Oh how happy Dad will be!

The Rain Tree Cafe


The Rain Tree Café

Level G


12:00 -14:30 (Lunch)

18:00 -22:30 (Dinner)

Silk Road

Level 3


11:30 -14:30 (Lunch)

Plaza Athénée Bangkok, A Royal Méridien Hotel

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