Renowned as a paradise for food lovers, both Bangkok and Phuket (the latter has in fact been named “City of Gastronomy” by UNESCO) are home to a lavish selection of cuisine options not only influenced by Portuguese, Indian and Chinese traditions but also by epicurean cuisine of the West, French and Italian in particular.
To ring in 2019 in grand style, Blue Elephant’s Chef Nooror Somany Steppe and her team has crafted a colourful, mouth-watering set menu inspired by the rich heritage of gastronomic art ranging from vibrate Street of Bangkok to Royal Thai Cuisine to enable revellers taste and experience the finest, selected culinary gems sought from the south and from all corners of the City of Angels in one sitting and within one night.
The New Year’s Eve menu features such delicacies as “Disco Scallops” from Patong Beach; and “Baba Yaya Andaman Lobster” inspired by the Phuketian Peranakan Heritage. Travelling from the Palace to Your Plate, Chef Nooror presents, as one of the appetizers, “Chor Muang” made from a Thai Royal recipe. The spicy “Hot Pot Tom Yum Roasted Duck” inspired by Yaowarat China Town will keep guests awake and vibrant to ring in 2019 with great energy and fanfare. Tribute is paid to the city’s formerly red light district of Patpong with “Drunken Snow Fish” and the fiery “Phad Phong Alaska Crab Curry”.
The Blue Elephant’s New Year’s Eve menu culminates in an imaginary trip down to the River with “Belgian Chocloate Mousse” and “Jasmine Taro Cake” amongst other desserts.
To indulge, for a mesmerizing ‘journey’ of Bangkok’s finest Thai cuisine enhanced by gastronomic options from the South in one night and in one place on New Year’s Eve, Blue Elephant is your choice to count down the seconds until 2019.
For reservations, please call 02 673 9353 (Bangkok) or 076 354 355 (Phuket).