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Five Must-Try Fine Dining Restaurants Foodies During Bangkok Restaurant Week 2018

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 If you are a foodie, it is impossible to not have heard of this era’s hottest food festival “Bangkok Restaurant Week 2018 by Wongnai, which promises to make your taste bud tingling and fulfill your dreams with affordable fine dining experience from more than 50 famous restaurants around Bangkok. But if you still cannot decide which place to stop by, UnionPay, the best payment companion for food lovers and the official payment sponsor, rounds up must-try three-course menus from five restaurants for foodies like you.

1.Shinsoko Sushi

This place is a must for all sushi and sashimi lovers. Shisoko Sushi serves delectable sushi rolls, carefully prepared from their heart. Pamper you palate with prawn tempura crunchy rolls topped with signature spicy sauce and a silky smooth Chawanmushi. The main course features the star of this year’s Bangkok Restaurant Week, “Sashimi – Bara”, an assortment of premium sashimi such as salmon, hamachi, amaebi (sweet shrimps), and madai. The set menu closes off with a huge slice of fresh melon flown directly from Japan.

3.Cielo Sky BarRooftop & Restaurant

Enjoy attractive Thai-Italian inspired culinary creations from nationally-renowned food stylist, Surakit “Ping” Khemkaew and the view of Bangkok at night.  Start off with classic Caesar salad served with cold cuts and an accompaniment of herb bread. The main course features a choice of whole grilled lobster with spicy tomato pasta or tender Australian Wagyu beef with potatoes, vegetables, and port wine sauce. Then, complement the memorable evening with a plated dessert of chocolate mousse with caramelized banana and vanilla ice cream.

4.Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant 

Another perfect spot for a memorable meal with your special ones, Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant sits pretty on the 37th floor of Pullman G Bangkok and offers the panoramic sunset view of the Chao Phraya River together with the finest French cuisine. Whet your appetites with Beef Carpaccio, featuring slivers of marbled Wagyu beef with marinated crispy parmesan and basil emulsion. The main course is Australian beef tenderloin, dressed beautifully with the specialty foie gras sauce. To finish off, try the pandan leaf-infused creme brulee, a French classic sweet treat with a Thai twist.

  1. Uno Mas 

Feel the breeze of the Mediterranean Sea with authentic Spanish cuisine from Segovia. Start off the meal with a freshly baked soft bun made in house. The main course features the gargantuan “Spanish Cochinillo Asado”, a traditional festive dish made with secret techniques originated centuries ago. This results in a sweet crisp skin and a moist, melt-in-your-mouth, textures. Pair it along with different signature dips: green Mojo sauce, gravy and nam jim jaew. Then, munch on the traditional churros served with a rich chocolate sauce, finishing off the Spanish experience right in the heart of Bangkok.

If you want to check out these spots without breaking the bank, your chance is here. Bangkok Restaurant Week is offering special deals of 499++ baht for lunch and 699++ baht or 999++ baht for dinner. UnionPay is also providing its cardholders exclusive 15% discount. See the list of participating eateries at www.wongnai.com/restaurantweek and learn about UnionPay promotions and other fine dining privileges at www.facebook.com/UnionPayThailand.

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