Home Comfort Foods

Do you crave the comforting flavours of home-cooked food just like your mum used to make? Siam Tea Room, the casual café and authentic Thai eatery at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, is reviving the spirit of family dining with Baan Ratchaburi, an exciting new menu that showcases traditional Thai dishes from a bygone era.

 

Chef Phukvarun Watchmon, the talented Thai sous chef at Siam Tea Room, has recreated six delicious dishes that remind her of her childhood. These family recipes are lovingly prepared using market-fresh ingredients, local herbs and her mum’s own recipe curry paste, then beautifully presented in line with modern restaurant standards.

 

This mouth-watering menu comprises a series of sublime seafood recipes, including fried stuffed squid with minced pork, crispy garlic and coriander; spicy & sour glass noodle salad with prawns, squid, minced pork, dried shrimps and roasted peanuts; and deep-fried sea bass with bird’s eye chilli, garlic, spring onion and coriander. Diners can also savour a rich red curry beef soup with yellow eggplant, turkey berries and hot basil, a fluffy omelet stuffed with minced pork, tomato and onion; or stir-fried eggplant with minced pork and salted fish.

 

Chef Phukvarun is deeply passionate about Thailand’s culinary heritage. Having learned to cook in her family home in Ratchaburi province, her creations are always lovingly prepared and beautifully presented.

 

The Baan Ratchaburi menu is now available until 31st July 2021 at Siam Tea Room with dishes starting from only Bt235++.

 

For more information about Siam Tea Room, click here.

 

 

Source: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park.

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