Yaowarat, also known as Bangkok’s Chinatown, will be celebrating the Chinese New Year next Monday and Tuesday.
Monkey says, monkey does
Yaowarat, also known as Bangkok’s Chinatown, will be celebrating the Chinese New Year next Monday and Tuesday. The main roads and small sois will be closed to traffic and will instead feature gorgeous lanterns and stage shows. Festival-goers can pray for a harmonious and healthy year to the Ksitigarbha Buddha Image, which the Chinese Government is installing especially for the occasion.
Small steaks for a healthy lunch
Babette’s The Steakhouse Bangkok is offering a small lunch set that’s ideal both for business meals and relaxed dining with friends. Created by the restaurant’s new executive chef Tobias Schwarzendorfer, Babette’s set lunch has a choice of two or three courses and costs Bt449 and Bt599 respectively. The restaurant is located at Hotel Muse Bangkok on Lang Suan. Visit http://HotelMuseBangkok.com.
Thai tastes with a difference
After a four-year absence, Thai chef Tummanoon Pubchun returns to Mon Tri’s Kitchen restaurant in Phuket from tomorrow through February 20 and will be whipping up a nostalgic culinary feast that includes fish fillet with a tom yam coulis, Boneless Duck Breast with Five Chinese Spices and a rock lobster threesome.
Celebration, Chinese style
Enjoy a feast from February 6 to 8 at The Golden Palace Restaurant of Hotel Windsor Suites. The Chinese dining set, which is for 10 people, costs Bt8,888 and features eight dishes including Baked Abalone with Ginseng, Steamed Snow Fish with Salt & Chilli and Quick-Boiled Sliced Whelks served with Shrimp Paste Sauce. Book a table at (02) 262 1234 extension 1410.