By The Nation
Anantara Siam’s authentic Thai eatery, Spice Market, will showcase a range of new sharing platters under the concept of Sumrub Thai, from February 10 to March 20.
Spice Market's head chef Warinthorn Sumrithphon has carefully curated texture, flavour and aroma, with ancient recipes based on seasonal produce, highlighting Thailand’s well-known regional delicacies. They include rarer treats that diners might not find elsewhere.
Each platter of soups, curries, salads, and fried and steamed dishes is designed to be enjoyed with steamed rice and shared.
From February 10 to 29, Spice Market presents the Sumrub Thai Northern Set, featuring pork sausage with spicy dip and grilled eggs in a banana cup, and the Central Set, which stars green curry crab, stir-fried sea bass and wok-fried lotus flower.
From March 1 to 20, the Northeast Set will showcase a spicy pork soup and a young jackfruit dip, while the Southern Set will include scallop marinated in red curry, stir-fried melinjo leaves with egg and spicy shrimp paste with honey.
Sumrub Thai Set will be served for lunch from 11.30am to 2.30pm (Monday to Saturday), and dinner from 6pm to 10.30pm. Prices start from Bt1,250++ per set. (Prices are subject to 10 per cent service charge and 7 per cent government tax.)
Spice Market is located on the first floor of Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel (BTS Ratchadamri).