By The Nation
Siam Paragon offers crossconcept, popup series and meals prepared by top chefs including siblings Christian and Manuel Costardi who are famous for their modern take on risotto dishes. Customers can enjoy their dishes along with fine wines on November 16 and 17 at Amici on the ground floor of Siam Paragon. The fivecourse lunch paired with wine costs Bt3,000plus and the sixcourse dinner paired with wine goes for 4,700plus.
Michelin starred chef Fabrizio Fiorani, a pastry chef at Bulgari II Ristorante Tokyo, will demonstrate the art of making desserts which can also be enjoyed with fine wines on November 23 and 34 at Laduree Salon de The on M floor. A master class with afternoon tea costs Bt900plus and dessert dinner and wine is priced at Bt3,100plus.
For the first time, Shiseido Parlour, a popular cafe in Ginza of Tokyo, will open its popup shop at Siam Center under the concept of Absolute Siam. Here, customers can enjoy assorted desserts from Shiseido Parlour’s nine signature menus and a special dish made for Thailand called La Ganache Strawberry.
Meanwhile, Siam Discovery offers “Local Hero @ My Kitchen” at My Kitchen on the fourth floor. Every order of Bt300 or more on weekdays from 11am to noon, and from 3 to 5pm, get one of Local Heroes’ dishes from popular eateries such as fried pork by Jae Chong, Thaistyle vegetable dumpling from Talad Phlu, meat ball from Wat Jet, and pork satay from Tha Dindaeng.
There are also 30 exclusive dishes, desserts and beverages from the collaboration of many restaurants, cafe and bakeries located at the three malls, plus special privileges from Siam Commercial Bank.
For details, go to Facebook.com/onesiamofficial.