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Krabi chef brings Thai fare to Beijing hotel food fest

China Daily | Updated: 2016-04-25 15:14

Krabi chef brings Thai fare to Beijing hotel food fest

A taste of Thailand will be showcased at Aroma restaurant. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Guest chef Tanomsak Sanboonsri from Phulay Bay, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve will be showcasing his culinary flair at the luxury hotel chain's Aroma restaurant in Beijing through April 30. The hotel's Thai food festival kicked off last week with a garden party and speech by Thailand's ambassador to China, Theerakun Niyom. Guests enjoyed a traditional Thai dance performance, a Thai crafts bazaar, an introduction to fruits such as durian and mangosteen, as well as an extensive tasting that included spring rolls handmade to order.

At the restaurant buffet through Saturday, authentic Thai foods include tom yum soup, chicken red curry, beef green curry and tod mun pla. Guests can also enter to win a trip to Krabi with two economy-class round trip tickets from Thai Airways for travel from Beijing to Krabi, including four nights and five days' stay at Phulay Bay Ritz-Carlton Reserve.

Monday-Friday prices for the buffet are 318 yuan for lunch and 386 for dinner; Saturday brunch and dinner are 538 yuan. A 15 percent service charge applies at all times.

If you go

Aroma at the Ritz-Carlton Beijing, No. 83A Jian Guo Road, China Central Place, Chaoyang district; 010-5908-8161


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