Tuesday, June 14, 2016

=Food Hunt= Penang - Limited Time Only Northern Thai Cuisine Available in International Buffet @ Spice Market Café, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa

Have you ever tried Northern Thai cuisine, how about trying it out all in one meal, or better still in one plate? Then you shouldn’t miss the daily buffet at Rasa Sayang Hotel in this fabulous month of June.



Rasa Sayang Hotel has invited guest chefs from Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai to introduce the unique flavours of Northern Thai cuisine at the Spice Market Café, in addition to all the usual buffet spread. This special treat will last until the end of the month.



Chef Damrongsak Khammonghon and Chef Pratthung Taka, with a combined experience of 28 years in Thai cuisine, will feature the famous Chiang Mai Curry Noodles with Braised Chicken Drumstick, Chiang Mai Deep-Fried Chicken with Herbs, Thai Spicy Prawns with Lemongrass and Prawn Salad with Shallots just to name a few.



Some may wonder that what is the differences between the south and north of Thai cuisine. So this is a good opportunity to discover for yourself the difference. However, according to the chefs, the key in preparing authentic Thai cuisine is using fresh ingredients that are cultivated in highland areas in its native region. They will prepare all dishes in the exact same manner as they do back home, so you can enjoy the texture, presentation and taste as if you’re in Chiang Mai.



Stir Fried Spicy Seafood
They will rotate some of the Thai dishes at different days, and these were the dishes we were presented with during our visit.



Stir Fried Tofu with Cashew Nut



Deep Fried Fish Cake



Phad Thai Goong



Deep Fried Prawn with Red Curry Sauce



Green Curry Chicken



Massaman Curry



Stir Fried Chicken with Oyster Sauce



Tom Yam Goong



Even the appetizers have a touch of Thai.



Mango Sticky Rice
They also added in some Thai desserts.



Tapioca Pearl in Syrup and Fresh Coconut



Banana in Coconut Syrup



Lemongrass Lemonade
How about some Thai drinks? They served Nam Ma Nau Cha Krai which is the Lemongrass Lemonade.



Now we have a fast tour of their ordinary buffet spread. First stop is appetizers and chesses.



Pickles and Salads



Seafood



Japanese Food



Curry



Western Food and Deep Fried



Noodles



Desserts



Fruits and many more



The International Buffet Dinner is available from Sunday to Thursday, 6.30pm – 10.30pm. Priced at RM173 nett per adult and RM87 nett per child, it includes free-flowing spiced beverage. Every Friday and Saturday, Spice Market Café features the Seafood Buffet Dinner at RM185 nett per adult and RM93 nett per child, and including free-flowing cordial.



Every Monday and Tuesday, the restaurant offers the highly popular and value- for-money “P60 Promotion”, meaning diners pay only 60 per cent of the standard buffet price. It is not available on the eve of the public holidays and public holidays.

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Spice Market Café
Address: Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa, Batu Feringgi Beach 11100 Penang
Contact: 04-8888788


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