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My Thai Kingdom at Marriot Manila

I love thai food,  and luck might be on my side for Marriot Manila brings to Manila the Flavors of Thailand for the whole month of July
It was like I was at the  land of smiles  Being a  a foodie adventure r, I love to try the  Thai’s historic Kingdom through its gastronomic treasures. We were welcome by  everyone at Marriott Cafe’s second round of exhilarating food festival in cooperation with Thai Airways and The Royal Thai Embassy-- Thai Kingdom Come! 

 Hailing to the country’s modern Bangkok and traditional Thailand , do check out this year’s unique twist on Thai flavors for dinner. Explore its five distinct blends of basic tastes that make each dish a sensual explosion—sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and sometimes bitter.

Perking  up the dining experience with no less than JW Marriott Thanatorn Krobsuay, the certified Thai cuisine expert to head the kitchen team once more. Considered as one of the most luxurious Marriott hotel brands, let chef Thanatorn take everyone to a uniquely crafted JW Marriott experience through his award-winning Thai cuisines.
Chef Neng and Chef Man

This is his second comeback and do expect that his dish is a palate 
tickling sensation filled with exquisite flavors. This year is an extra special recourse of Thai treat as another JW Marriott chef is coming in to double up the feast:  27 year oldSutthipong Sirikanchittawon, one of the certified Thai food ambassadors of JW Marriott Bangkok’s Marriott Café.

For only P1750 net, start it light and healthy with Thai’s most refreshing salad sensations, specially the most popular Thai papaya salad. Take your pick from grilled shrimps, beef, or chicken as toppings commingled with the tangy sweet lime--certified tasty but not heavy for the tummy.  

Evoke the sentimental feel of Thailand and delve into its time-honored curry dishes at the pot station for massaman curry with braised chicken.  This special curry paste made of coconut milk, bay leaves, cinnamon, palm sugar, fish sauce and tamarind is deemed to be one of the earliest Thai recipes. Another popular version is the green curry with chicken and sweet basil, rightfully known for its flavorful chilly sauce made of green pepper simmered with eggplant and thinly-sliced chicken pieces. I just sit back and savor the lovely Thai flavors only these dishes can give.   

The spread is also filled with Thai’s classic favorites, such as pad thai, deep fried spring rolls, stir fried prawns in sweet and sour vegetables, and tom yam goong. For dessert, I tried  the exotic foytong which are fascinating sweet strands of sugar and egg yolk flavored with rose water.  

Stretching a five-star experience at the cozy Marriott Café is an equally inviting Western and Asian selections from appetizer to dessert.  I swing by to these sections for more elaborate food choices that was surely worth trying.   

If you want to bee an ace in the kitchen and cook up some exquisite Thai cuisine right at your very own home table. Learn basic 3-course Thai food on July 12 and 19 with JW Marriott sous chef Thanatorn Krobsuay for only P1, 000 net. Not only it’s an affordable kitchen shindig but a great way to hook up with other excited gourmands too! Relax some more and do visit the Quan Spa for a holistic Thai foot massage for only P1650 net.   

What’s more? If you revisit the historic Thailand for free as Marriott Manila gives all diners a chance to win three days and two nights stay in one of the Marriott properties in Bangkok .   

Thai will be done! Whether it’s a celebration for the family or simply about to embark another wonderful 6 more months of 2011, If I were you,  mark a special day this July for a truly worth relishing dinner experience only at Marriott Manila.
Experience and learn  thai cooking  with Chef Neng and Chef Man

click here for more photos during the  thai three course cooking demo

 Marriot Manila made sure that you'll come back for more.

For inquiries or reservations, call Marriott Café at 988-9999.

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