The Phuket Vegetarian Festival is an annual event held during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar.

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It is believed that the vegetarian festival and its accompanying sacred rituals bestow good fortune upon those who religiously observe this rite. During this time, local residents of Chinese ancestry strictly observe a 10-day vegetarian or vegan diet for the purposes of spiritual cleansing and merit making.Sacred rituals are performed at various Chinese shrines and temples and aesthetic displays such as walking barefooted over hot coals and ascending ladders with bladed rungs are performed by entranced devotees known as “Ma Song“.

Chef Davide and his culinary team are delighted to present special vegetarian menus as follow.

Garden Lunch Specials

Tom Yam Hed – Handpicked water mushrooms infused with our homemade vegetable stock, wild lemongrass, Kaffir lime leaves and chilli paste. 220 Baht

Exploding Quinoa – Imported Peruvian quinoa served over muddled green mangoes, bird eye chillies, peanuts, coriander, topped with mint and lime sugar dressing. 300 Baht

Khao Ob Sapparod – Stir fried Jasmine rice with Thai yellow curry powder, handpicked young vegetables, baked in wild pineapple. 230 Baht

Quinoa Dumplings – Imported Peruvian quinoa crisped in green coconut curry with local Thai basil and shoo-shoo bush. 230 Baht

Spicy Wing Bean Salad – Handpicked four-cornered beans with fried shallots, chillies and coconut cream dressing. 230 Baht

Prices in Thai Baht and subject to 10% service charge and 7% VAT