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Rare chance to savour fruity classics of Thai cuisine 

Jul 07. 2019
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By The Nation

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A savoury-sweet treat that’s becoming increasingly rare, seasonal local fruits are back playing a star role on the menu of Warinthorn Sumrithphon, head chef of Spice Market at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. 

The country’s bounty of exotic fruits is being showcased in traditional Thai dishes from July 10 to August 10, with treats such as Ma-Hor – caramelised palm sugar, minced chicken, sweet dried turnip, roasted peanut and pineapple, Yam Pla Salid Kab Apple Keaw – dried crispy fish salad with green apple and lemongrass, Yam Pollamai Kab Goong Sod – mixed fruit salad with cashew nut and shrimp, Chu Chee Lychee Talay Thord” – deep-fried seafood served with lychee and dried red curry, and Yam Pak Boong Krob Look Ngoh Sod Sai – morning glory and roasted chicken salad with rambutan stuffed with pineapple.

Prices start from Bt280 and the restaurant opens daily for lunch from 11.30am-2.30pm (Monday to Saturday) and from 6pm-10.30pm for dinner. For reservations telephone (02) 126 8866 ext 1232 or email For more info, visit

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