Cuisine & Mini Bazaar
16-29 May 2016
With Chef Teena & Chef Seeri
From Left To Right
Thailand is a country of ancient traditions, tranquil temples and friendly smiles. It is also a land where spicy soups, green curries, and delectable desserts. From 16 - 29th May 2016, Putrajaya Marriot Hotel will be serving authentic Thai cuisine at its Zest Lifestyle Restaurant.
To ensure the food authenticity, the hotel has invited Guest Chef Seeri Phokeaw from the Palm Garden Hotel to join forces alongside Putrajaya Marriot Hotel Chef Teena Thavongot to craft out authentic dishes based on original Thai recipe. A tack team with years of experience, smiles on as they bring along authentic Thai recipes, tricks of the trade and witty ensemble for the 2 running weeks.
Putrajaya Marriot Hotel invited Thailand Ambassador to Malaysia, His Excellency Damrong Kraikruan to launched and graced this Amazing Thailand Festival
To add excitement to the evening, the hotel engaged traditional Thai dancers to perform the 'Welcome Finger Nail Dance (Ram Pama Pam Kwan) and the Village Festival Dance (Rabunm Thead Theurng) at the launch. the dancers with their graceful movements, brilliant color, soft rhythm, and radiating presence added glitter to the entire evening.
One of the Thai Mini Bazaar Vendor Stall
As you dine, delight in a mini bazaar displaying Thai handicrafts completing your little Thai adventure; all-in-one!
In conjunction with this event, there is a mini bazaar displaying Thai handicraft and produce like the Glass Jewellery (Thai Vetro Co Ltd), Home Textile (PSY Holdings Sdn Bhd), Zikul Scarf (S2K Innovate Co. Ltd), Ceramic Handicraft (Middle Ceramic), Silver Jewellery (Stories of Silver & Silk), Lifestyle products (Seth Intertrade), Fabri Bag (Bangkok CTV Intertrade Co Ltd), Bronze & Brass Sculptures (V.S Crafts Co. Ltd) and Egg Handicraft (Atchara Design).
Some Thai favourites to look forward to range from Thai salads, mains, soup to their absolutely cute and colourfully pretty desserts for you to pick from ....
Squid Salad ~ Yam Pla Muek
Assorted Thai Salads
Pla Goong ~ Spicy Prawn Salad With Lemon Grass, Yan Mamuang ~ Young mango Salad, Larb Gai ~ Spicy Minced Chicken Salad, Glass Noodle Salad ~ Yam Woon Sen
Traditional Wrapped Betel Leaf with Seven Condiments
Nam Prik Kapi
Thai Ulam-Ulam with Sambal Belacan
Freshly made Som Tam
Sawasdee From Pretty Maiden at Som Tam Station
Top Choice Of Mains
Stuffed Minced Chicken And Crab Meat
Must Try ~ Tod Mun Pla
Thai Fish Cake
Ho Mok Pla
Gai Ho Bai Toey
Thai Fried Noodle
For this particular noodles dish, remember to top with chilli flakes, crushed peanuts with a squeeze of lime juice before you savour the dish to enhance the flavour.
Chef Recommendation ~ Kung Pad Prik Pao
Sauteed Prawns With Roasted Chilli Sauce
Pla Meuk Pad Kapi
Stir Fried Squid With Shrimp Paste
Gaeng Kiew Wan Kai
Green Curry Chicken
Pla Neung Manao
Steamed Fish With Lime Sauce
Pad Gra Pow
Stir Fried Minced Beef With Thai Basil Leaves
Kao Pad Thai
Tom Yam Seafood
Colourful Spread Of Thai Desserts
Colourful & Pleasing To The Eye ~ Luk Choop
A dessert used to be available & served only in the Thai Royal Palace
They look like various kinds of fruit and vegetables such as chillies, cherries, mangosteens, oranges, mangoes, bananas, watermelons, and carrots but they are in miniature. Their taste is sweet, their smell is fragrant, and their appearance is attractive and colourful.
In the old days, Luk Chup were the sweetmeats made for the king of Siam to have after meals in the palace. The skill of making these little sweetmeats could thus be learned only from people in the palace. Nowadays, eating Luk Chup is not limited to only palace people. More Details > Thai Dessert - Luk Choop
Water Chestnut With Coconut Custard Topping
Buad Chee Ruam Mit
Mix Yam, Pumpkin, Sweet Potatoes In Coconut Cream
Khao Neow Ma Muang
Sticky Rice With Mango
Kluay Khai Cheum
Baby Bananas in Heavy Syrup
Jelly With Condensed Milk Topping
Thai Jackfruit Seed Dessert
Beautifully Craved Fruit Display
Thumbs Up To Both Thai Chefs
A short video during the amazing Thai Launching. Speeches from the General Manager of Marriott Putrajaya and also from his Excellency Damrong Kraikruan, followed by a quick sneak peak of the buffet spread serving authentic Thai cuisines such as green curry, tom yam and sticky rice with fresh mango.
The Amazing Thailand promotion is ongoing from 16th May 2016 till 29th May 2016 for Lunch & Dinner .
Buffet Lunch @ RM 100 Nett per Adult / RM 60 Nett per Child
Buffet Dinner @ RM 110 Nett per Adult / RM 67 Nett per Child
Monday to Friday (Lunch & Dinner) / Saturday, Sunday & PH (Dinner only)
For more information & reservation, please call Zest Lifestyle Restaurant at 03-8949 8888 ext 1888 or Email at Food.firstname.lastname@example.org
PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL
Zest Lifestyle Restaurant
IOI Resort City
62502 Sepang Utara
Tel: 03 - 8948 8888 Ext 1888
Website: PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL