By The Nation
Guests will be treated to both the wonderful set menus created by executive chef Chow Wai Man and his team and a live guzheng performance. That’s at dinner on February 15 and both lunch and dinner on February 16.
Two set menus are available – Prosperity (Bt25,888-net per table of up to 10 guests) and Longevity (Bt29,888-net).
Chef Chow has conceived two wonderful lo hei (fish salad) dishes this year. Lo Hei Salmon (Bt1,288-net for two to four diners, Bt1,988 for five to 10) and Lo Hei Abalone and Salmon (Bt1,688 and Bt2,888).
Also available is a Chinese New Year Hamper Set (Bt5,988-net), which contain Lor Bak Go (pan-fried turnip cake), Ma Lai Go (steamed sponge cake) and Nian Gao (sweet sticky rice cake), among other items.
Hampers can also be prepared a-la-carte, with prices ranging from Bt388 to Bt688-net per item.
Exuberant dragon and lion dances will be presented on February 16 at 10.15am in the main entrance of the hotel’s Shangri-La Wing. The traditional ceremony is believed to bring good luck, prosperity and happiness.
Meanwhile in the Chocolate Boutique, executive pastry chef Claus Olsen pays homage to the Year of the Dog with New Year cupcakes in three flavour – bourbon vanilla, chocolate and red velvet.
They’re on sale until February 18.
For more information and reservations, call (02) 236 7777 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.