To celebrate Songkran, Thailand’s fun-filled Water Festival, the award-winning buffet restaurant of The Mira Hong Kong, Yamm, will be discovering Thai delights in partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Miramar Travel. From 13 April till 17 May, the restaurant’s famed buffet will be serving myriad authentic Thai dishes curated by Thai sous chef Danita Srisuwan, while the first five nights of the dinner promotion (13 to 17 April) will be graced with captivating performances by enchanting Thai dancers, courtesy of Thai Airways.
Hailing from Northern Thailand’s region of Chiang Mai, Chef Danita Srisuwan is Yamm’s hidden gem. The Thai sous chef honed her skills at the famous Peninsula in Bangkok and other five-star hotels in the capital. Guests will enjoy the well-balanced flavours of time-honoured dishes such as made-to-order Phad Thai Bolan, freshly pounded Som Tum salad, and Roasted Spices Aromatic Pork Neck with Spicy Tamarind Sauce.
Along with Yamm’s signature fresh Boston lobsters and fresh oysters, a plethora of chilled seafood, live Japanese sushi and teppanyaki station, diners will be able to discover the taste of dishes served on rotation including:
Salads: Larb Moo (minced pork salad with roasted rice ground), Yum Gai Yang Nam Tok (roasted chicken with roasted rice ground salad), and Yum Nuea Yang (grilled beef salad with cucumber served with Thai sticky rice)
Hot Dishes: Kang Massaman Gai Roti (Massaman curry chicken with roti bread), Gaeng Keaw Wan Gai Ka Nom Jeen (green curry chicken served with Thai Laksa), Kao Phad Sub Pa Rod (pineapple-fried rice with prawn and pork floss), Sen Mee Phad Kee MaoTalay (stir-fried spicy noodle with seafood and hot basil), Thai Soup Live Station: Tom Yum Goong (spicy Thai herbs flavoured-soup with river prawn), Tom Kha Goong (mild spicy and sour coconut milk soup with prawn), Tom Yum Talay (spicy Thai herbs-flavoured soup with seafood)
Desserts: Ripe mango with sticky rice, banana cake with shredded coconut and 12 other traditional desserts
Exclusive Thai Cooking Class with Chef Danita Srisuwan
Limited to eight guests each, this fun and intimate cooking class will allow inquisitive diners to learn secrets behind preparation of some of the favourite dishes of Chef Danita. Each cooking class will include a welcome drink of Red Thai Roselle Tea, an introduction to Thai ingredients, a take-home menu and a live cooking demonstration of two dishes.
These will be available on Fridays from 24 April to 15 May. 4pm to 5:15pm
Cost: HK$1088 per person inclusive of buffet dinner at Yamm on the same day
9 April 2015
Comments are closed.