Ventisi, Centara Grand at CentralWorld’s renowned dining destination, announces its latest gastronomic venture – From the Deep: A Seafood Celebration – a international buffet and tentacle Night buffet that dives deep into the ocean’s bounty. Reflecting the expansive spirit of the sea, this buffet, which is a tribute to the marine treasures, will delight seafood.
At the helm, Executive Chef Andrea Montella orchestrates an ensemble of seafood masterpieces, marrying tradition with innovation. With a spread that ranges from the subtle brininess of fresh oysters to the succulent burst of prawns, each offering is a culinary ode to the ocean. Chef Montella’s expertise and passion are palpable, ensuring that diners taste and experience the essence of the deep with every bite.
Experience an unparalleled Tuesday at Ventisi. Our buffet showcases squid, octopus, and cuttlefish. This isn’t merely a dinner; it’s an odyssey of flavours, spotlighting the transformative power of culinary artistry. Every dish, from appetisers to mains, promises a voyage that tantalises and satisfies.
Noteworthy dishes include • Roasted squid salad • Roasted corn and tomato salad with grilled baby cuttlefish • Stuffed squid with olives and pine nuts • Cuttlefish a la plancha with tomatoes and oregano • Octopus “pulpo á feira”, sautéed with paprika • Black tagliolini with squid, garlic and chilli • Trofie with squid, octopus and pesto • Black risotto with seafood • Fried calamari, tatare sauce • Hot potato foam with cuttlefish and Grilled squid with seafood sauce.
The buffet is priced at, for adults, THB 1,355++ per person, which includes free-flow Sauvignon Blanc and soft drinks, while children aged 6 to 11 years are priced at THB 677++ per person.
Tuesday evening with Ventisi restaurant available from 18.00 – 22.30 hrs.
For more information or to make reservations, please call 02 100 6255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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