Thailand’s fragrant and sundry cuisine will be in spotlight and will occupy center-stage from 3rd to 10th Dec.’2020 at the Taste of Thailand Food Festival at Tamra, the award-winning international cuisine eatery at Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi.

Guests are whole-heartedly welcomed to be indulged in the delectable gastronomic adventure of original Thai cuisine prepared by executive chef Sahil Arora. Having amply diverse history of culiniary art, Thai cuisine is noted for its aromatic tastes enriched with piquant edge.

To observe the National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand on 5th December 2020, the team of expert chefs has curated a distinguished set menu which includes the real Thai dishes such as Pad KraPao Kai (Spicy chilli basil chicken), Por Pia Phak (Thai vegetable spring rolls made with glass noodles, sprouts and sweet chilli dip), Som Tam (raw papaya, chilli and tamarind salad), and Thai green curry. To conclude the delicious and bold delicacies on a sweet note, KluaiBuat (a banana and coconut cream dessert) has been included in the menu. This extraordinary set menu can be complemented with a Thai Iced Latte or a hot Thai Latte.

Lunch is served between 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm, and dinner is offered from 7 pm to 11:30 pm every day. For customers who desire to relish the mouth-watering Thai intricacies from the easement of their home, the premium Thai fare Bento Box can either be delivered right at their doorstep or can be picked up from the restaurant.

The set menu and the Bento Box costs INR 1, 499 (excluding tax) for one person.

Settled in the center of the national capital, Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi, is an excellent and esteemed five-star hotel in the city. It possesses admirable lawns sprawled all over. Its exemplary and immutable architecture has been motivated by the work of Edwin Lutyen, one of the renowned British architects of the 20th century. The auberge is nestled at 30-minute drive from the domestic and international airports and only a few minutes away from the international grounds of Pragati Maidan and most of the embassies.

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