By The Nation
Sandoval had made a highly successful debut last year. “We’re so thrilled to be collaborating with chef Noah Sandoval to bring this truly special two Michelin-starred dining experience to our discerning guests in Phuket,” says Sri Panwa’s managing director Vorasit “Wan” Issara. “The quality of contemporary American cuisine chef Sandoval wowed us with last year is unlike any experience one can find in this part of Thailand. To once again bring a chef of this calibre to Sri Panwa is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”
Oriole was awarded two Michelin stars in the restaurant’s first eligible year and has retained two stars each successive year since opening. Sandoval was recognised as a Food & Wine Best New Chef, received three semi-finalist James Beard nominations, and was named Chef of the Year by the Chicago Tribune.
The restaurant has also garnered critical acclaim and earned A-star reviews from the Chicago Tribune and Chicago magazine.
“I’m excited to come back to Phuket and showcase some of Oriole’s signature dishes at Sri Panwa,” said Sandoval “The guests were such a pleasure to cook for and I’m looking forward to incorporating incredible Thai local ingredients.”
Available at Baba Soul Food at Sri Panwa for dinner for two days only -- on November 15-16 -- the guests will witness Sandoval’s endless creativity and flawless execution. The six-course tasting menu dinner will start at 6pm, featuring some of the finest local and imported ingredients, combined with Sandoval’s philosophy: “No tricks. Just imagination, sweat and an intimate understanding of flavour.”
This six-course tasting menu is available at Bt5,900 (approx US$195) per person (excluding drinks). Additional Bt2,888 for wine pairing experience, Bt3,888 for premium wine pairing. Seating starts at 6pm.
For reservations or inquiries, please contact Baba Soul Food at Sri Panwa. Tel: +66 7637 1000