E-saan Culinary Adventures

E-saan Culinary Adventures

The Siam Tea Room, the casual café and authentic Thai eatery at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, is giving diners the chance to start 2024 with a spicy kick, as it embarks on E-saan culinary adventures to the enchanting northeastern region of Thailand.


Throughout January and February 2024, the talented chefs at The Siam Tea Room will showcase a selection of seven highly authentic E-saan dishes, as part of its regular à la carte menu.


E-saan Culinary Adventures
Plenty of vegetables, meats and fish with a boost.


Hotel guests and local residents can drop in for lunch or dinner and share a selection of E-saan hors d’oeuvres (fried sun-dried pork, fermented pork, chili dip and local vegetables), or savour classic dishes such as som tum tard (spicy papaya salad with fermented fish, steamed pork sausage, grilled chicken wings, boiled egg and rice noodles), larb ped Ubon (Ubon Ratchathani-style spicy minced duck salad, with crispy leaves and seasonal salad), or sua ronghai jim jaew (grilled marinated wagyu beef brisket with spicy jim jaew sauce and seasonal salad).


Diners seeking a warm and comforting meal can opt for tom pla kor bai khayang (spicy & sour fish head soup), or jaewhon moo Kurobuta (rich & spicy hot pot with sliced Kurobuta pork and condiments), and the traditional dessert of khao tom hoa ngok i-tim khati (black sticky rice roll with crispy banana and coconut ice cream) is a wonderful way to end any meal.


E-saan Culinary Adventures
The promotion is available until 29th February.


The E-saan cuisine promotion is available at The Siam Tea Room from 1st January – 29th February 2024, with prices starting from just Bt179++. So, don’t miss the chance to savour the authentic flavours of northeast Thailand.


For more information and reservations, call +66 (0) 2059 – 5999 or email: restaurant-reservations.bkkqp@marriotthotels.com. To book online, click here.



Source: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park.

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