By The Nation
Known for his passion and attentiveness, chef ‘Por’ Petchwao will create a dining sensations at its finest.
Well-regarded for not compromising on the quality of his native cuisine, chef Por has over 20 years of expertise and experience in the culinary trade. Many of his dishes reflect recipes dating back to the Ayutthaya period, some 100 years ago.
Set in the evening of Saturday, February 29, the exclusive full-course dinner features nine dining sensations that highlight top-of-the-line ingredients, while honouring age-old cooking techniques and recipes that promote the Art of Thai cuisine.
Some of Chef Por’s featured creations for the meal include Goong Sa Rong, fried shrimps wrapped in Phuket noodles, drizzled with mango sauce; Sang Wah Ped, Thai old-fashioned roasted duck salad with traditional herbs; and Goong Tod Sauce Makam, deep-fried river prawns with sweet & sour tamarind sauce. Another highlight sees diners enjoying Ngob Pla Krapong, grilled sea bass curry wrapped with banana leaves.
For the sweet course, Suan Bua presents Chef Por’s rendering of Som Chun. This Thai traditional dessert showcases pulpy morsels of lychee, long kong and salacca in a light syrup, seethed with bitter orange and kaffir lime zest for a harmonious contrast. To make for an even more enjoyable moment, each culinary course will be paired with an outstanding, well-balanced wine list from Hua Hin’s acclaimed Monsoon Valley.
Visit Suan Bua Restaurant at Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin and enjoy this sensational culinary experience by Chef Santiphap ‘Por’ Petchwao and his never-ending passion.