Six Senses Yao Noi welcomes Chef Juan Amador


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Six Senses Yao Noi in Thailand has announced the visit of internationally acclaimed three-Michelin-starred chef Juan Amador and his protégé, Christophe Lerouy, in January 2016.

For Juan, gathering for dinner represents the true soul of food, where friends and food come together, transforming a meal into an unforgettable experience. Soul, translated as alma in Spanish, is the name of his brand-new restaurant based in Singapore.

Within a relaxed and casual atmosphere, Alma combines Spanish-European cuisine with Asian influences: down to earth, authentic dishes, prepared by easy recipes, with the best ingredients and with Juan’s uncompromising devotion.

Executive Chef Anthony Reynolds of Six Senses Yao Noi said, “We are excited to host Chef Juan with his rare culinary gifts and sincere passion. His approach of creating authentic and down-to- earth dishes complements Six Senses core philosophies of sustainability and organic food. My team and I are excited to have Chef Juan and Chef Christophe with us and we are looking forward to three exciting gourmet events which will celebrate excellent food.”

The three dinners are scheduled for 9, 11 and 13 January 2016 at the Phang Nga Bay resort. Guests wishing to join these dinners should make reservations in advance, or upon arrival at the resort through their butler. A maximum of 20 guests will be welcomed at each dinner event. The first event will be a three- course poolside dinner including an open selection of wine priced at US$100 per guest. The two dinners that follow, are each a special four-course degustation dinner at US$85 per person excluding wine or US$125 with paired wine.

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