The Sarojin, Thailand’s luxurious 56-roomed boutique residence, has been recognised for its fine dining offering by The MICHELIN Guide Bangkok, Phuket, and Phang-nga 2019. The highly-regarded restaurant guide honours those that consistently provide diners with high quality products, a ‘mastery of flavour and cooking techniques’ and value for money, as well as demonstrating the chef’s personality within the cuisine.
On the hotel’s inclusion in The MICHELIN Guide Bangkok, Phuket, and Phang-nga 2019, Kate Kemp, Owner of The Sarojin, said: “It is a great honour for The Sarojin to be included in the Michelin Guide for 2019 and a real testament to the hard work our team puts in to creating and delivering impressive dining experiences to our guests. Our Executive Chef, Chef Gogh, and his team continually strive to deliver dishes that are innovative, bursting with flavour and demonstrate the best of fresh ingredients.”
“We believe that dining plays a vital role in overall travel experiences, not only when it comes to the food served but also the location in which it is served. We’re exceptionally proud to offer our guests the choice of stunning dining locations in and around the residence, including beside a stunning candlelit jungle waterfall or on a private sand isle. We’d like to thank all of our team at The Sarojin that contributed to this accolade and the Michelin Guide for recognising our commitment to delivering fine dining experiences.”
Diners at The Sarojin can enjoy some of the best Thai and contemporary Mediterranean cuisine in Thailand at its two restaurants, Edge, which offers stunning beach and sea views, and Ficus, which is beautifully located under the canopy of an ancient Ficus tree.
For diners looking for a truly memorable and unique dinner setting, The Sarojin offers private dining experiences in stunning local locations, from a candle-lit jungle waterfall and the pristine white sands of The Sarojin beach to a secluded sand isle that is only reached by boat.
To ensure the hotel can deliver wines that are the perfect pairing for the food being served, The Sarojin stocks over 200 quality wines and champagnes from around the world in its very own award-winning wine cellar which has been awarded the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.