An Unparalleled Culinary Encounter

An Unparalleled Culinary Encounter

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, the five-star luxury hotel in the heart of Sukhumvit, offers an unparalleled culinary encounter thanks to top chefs such as Manachai Konkangplu who has been delivering happiness to customers for over 18 years. Home to the famed Rossini’s, the hotel also boasts one of the city’s finest jazz clubs and the exclusive Sunday Jazzy Brunch.

 

Chef Manachai’s love for food began before he reached the age of 10 and he soon revealed a fervent eagerness to learn new culinary techniques. His journey since that tender age has seen him work alongside Michelin-starred chefs and renowned international culinary experts. Today, Chef Manachai has developed his own distinctive culinary skills and is he rightly the pride of the hotel: a Thai chef with extraordinary talents.

 

“For several years, I’ve accumulated experience from every restaurant in the hotel, particularly Rossini’s, the renowned Italian restaurant. I’ve immersed myself in various techniques from Italian chefs for over 14 years. I’ve also had the opportunity to work with Michelin-starred chefs, renowned international chefs and celebrity chefs from around the world. This has allowed me to learn the art of international cuisine, including Chinese, Indian, Swiss and French, as well as new culinary techniques. I’ve gained an understanding of the culinary culture of each country and applied it to develop my own unique culinary skills.”

 

An Unparalleled Culinary Encounter
Revealing his Italian skills, Chef Manachai culinary wonders.

 

Chef Manachai is an observant individual, and if you’ve had the pleasure of savouring the Risotto at Rossini’s, you’d know why. Having learned from experts like Alfredo Russo, a Michelin-starred chef, and Luciano Monosilio, known as the King of Carbonara, Chef Manachai has mastered the art of Risotto. Many praise his Risotto as a taste of love, and he even won the Thai Risotto competition in 2007, establishing it as a beloved dish among customers.

 

Furthermore, he meticulously follows every step of the cooking process, from selecting fresh ingredients imported globally to supporting high-quality Thai produce. Chef Manachai promotes sustainable practices, reduces energy consumption and collaborates with the Scholars of Sustenance Foundation (SOS Thailand) to distribute food, bread, vegetables and fruits to communities, aligning with his commitment to environmental responsibility and community support.

 

“Since the post-pandemic era, our hotel has seriously embraced sustainability. We focus on promoting sustainability and reducing energy consumption. Some of our ingredients are carefully selected from local producers and farms, such as free-range chicken eggs and bananas from Tha Yang Cooperative Limited. Our frying oil has a filtering system that prolongs its lifespan while maintaining overall quality. Additionally, we have been aiding families affected by pandemic by distributing food through our collaboration with SOS Thailand,” he says.

 

An Unparalleled Culinary Encounter
Chef Manachai Konkangplu is ready to surprise and delight.

 

“As Executive Chef, I am dedicated to sharing my culinary secrets, enhancing skill development and inspiring the entire team, which is like a large family to me. Every day, I receive at least 20 words of gratitude from our customers. This is one of the keys to success and the guiding principle I’ve held for many years. I make customers happy with our food, and they return time and time again. Today, many customers feel like family. That’s the pride of a chef, and I love this hotel just like my own home.”

 

If you want to experience the love that this Executive Chef passionately puts into every restaurant where the flavours infuse happiness through a diverse menu that is taken to another level with classic jazz, then bring your loved ones to Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel.

 

 

Source: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit.

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