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Bubbles and snacks

Aug 28. 2019
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CRU Champagne Bar on top of Centara Grand at CentralWorld has upgraded its snack menu and the good news is that there isn’t a salted peanut in sight.

Just like its carefully chosen selection of Champagne, visitors to the highest alfresco rooftop bar take snacks seriously. The range of premium bar bites and nibbles include melt-in-the-mouth Pork Rillettes Sliders, a posh take on Fish and Sweet Potato Crisps, the popular Sweet Potato Hummus, Flavor Dynamics of Cheese, and Popcorn Shrimps.

The snacks are available every evening from 5 and are best accompanied by some of France’s finest bottles including GH Mumm Grand Cordon Brut and a choice of unique Champagne-based cocktails. Just take the lift up from Red Sky and enjoy.

Book a table by calling (02) 100 6255.

All lined up for the roe

Take time out on September 14 to enjoy “A Caviar Affair” at 137 Pillars Suites and Residences Bangkok’s Nimitr Restaurant 

This unique culinary journey prepared to perfection by chef Maxim Baile is designed to stimulate the senses and indulge the taste buds with premium caviar from Italy, France, Iran, China and Thailand. The sumptuous five-course menu includes Poached banana prawn with creme fraiche and Oscietre caviar; Sturgeon fillet with Inthanon royal project caviar Beurre Blanc, cucumber tagliatelle steamed in saranea essence and fermented red cabbage; and Tajima beef with foie gras, spinach and port wine sauce.

The Caviar Affair starts at 6 and is priced at Bt4,000 and Bt6,800 with wine pairing.

Book your seat at (02) 079 7000.

Seafood sensations

All next month, Merlin Café at the Miracle Grand Convention Hotel is featuring a grilled seafood buffet for lunch and dinner highlighted by Alaska red king crab and big shrimps. Other delicious dishes include salmon sashimi in spicy sauce, seared scallop salad, Italian sausage pasta, simple grilled sea bass and pineapple fried rice. The buffet is priced at Bt599 net per person. Reserve a table at (02) 1595888.

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