From now till October 31, 2017, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai presents A Culinary Arts Experience as part of the new Four Seasons Taste of Place global initiative, which features a curated collection of culinary experiences, available only through Four Seasons. Local and visiting dining enthusiasts are invited to step behind the scenes to experience the marvellous diversity of local cuisine – flavours, techniques, traditions and innovations.
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai has crafted itineraries that explore uncharted aspects of Northern Thailand’s food culture, building on the personal relationships and intimate connections between Four Seasons and local communities. The exclusive experiences range from private tours of vibrant local markets to farm-to-table Thai cooking classes. The customised itineraries also immerse guests in progressive dining experiences that unfold in unique settings with remarkable views of the natural landscape.
The morning program extends from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, including an introduction of Thai herbs and learning how fresh ingredients are hand-picked from the Resort’s organic garden. Next up is a private cooking demonstration at Rim Tai Kitchen, presented by the Resort’s expert Thai head chef, who also reveals cooking secrets that guests can take back home with them. This is followed by a private lunch in the natural ambience of a teak-wood house decorated in Lanna-style, combined with lush landscaping and elegant design by world-famous architect Bill Bensley.
The evening’s promise begins at 6:00 pm with a tasting of Thai wines recommended by the Resort’s sommelier. This is followed by a Private Reserve Dinner at the Rice Barn, featuring specially selected Thai dishes along with live melodies played on traditional instruments.
Priced at THB 19,500 per person. One day advance reservation is recommended.
For reservations, contact Food and Beverage Department at telephone: +66 53 298 181 or E-mail FB.Chiangmai@fourseasons.com. Price is subject to service charge and applicable government tax.