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International treats for Chinese New Year

Feb 01. 2018
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Celebrate Chinese New Year at The Okura Prestige Bangkok with two delightful lunches to see in the Year of the Dog.

On February 16, you can tuck into seafood on ice, a live pasta station and a carving station serving succulent roast leg of lamb and marinated roast sea bass, Thai favourites, a sushi and sashimi counter, and Chinese delights including Peking duck and assorted dim sum. 

 

Chinese specialities are also a highlight of the second Chinese New Year lunch on February 18. It is complemented by a wonderful assortment of brunch favourites such as freshly shucked oysters, Maine lobster, giant Alaskan king crab leg and Manila clams, foie gras, carving station, and a desserts station. Guests can also indulge in a new age sushi selection, home-made pastas and hearty main course dishes such as braised Kurobuta pork belly with a touch of soy and pan-fried sea bass and black mussels with sauteed capsicum. Another highlight is a selection of family-style made to order dishes that are also available a la carte. 

The first Chinese New Year lunch on February 16 is served from noon to 3pm and is priced at Bt1,900-plus per person with soft drinks, Bt2,600-plus per person with free flow Prosecco and selected wines, local beers and cocktails, and Bt3,200-plus per person with free flow Champagne and selected wines, local beers and cocktails. 

The second Chinese New Year lunch on February 18 is also served from noon to 3pm and is priced at Bt2,800-plus per person with soft drinks, Bt3,500-plus per person with free flow Prosecco and selected wines, local beers and cocktails, and Bt4,100-plus per person with free flow Champagne and selected wines, local beers and cocktails. 

Book a table at (02) 687 9000 or email: upandabove@okurabangkok.com.

Find out more at www.OkuraBangkok.com.

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