Delightful Waterside Dining
The Siam Tea Room, the delightful waterside dining destination at Asiatique The Riverfront, is inviting diners to savour the sublime taste and succulent texture of Korat chicken, which hails from the lush and mountainous northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima – also known as Korat.
Highly prized throughout Thailand for their sweet flavour and fragrant aroma, these organic chickens are vibrant yellow in colour due to their free-range lifestyles. They are also high in protein and low in fat, making them ideal for health-conscious diners. This January and February, guests can discover a series of five special dishes created by Chef Aon Anukool, a Thai culinary expert who has personally sourced the finest chickens from free-range farms.
To enjoy an elevated twist on classic Thai dishes, diners can opt for spicy & sour soup with Korat chicken, grilled shallots and herbs (Bt450++), or Korat chicken rice, served with ginger & soybean sauce, chili and winter melon soup (Bt450++). Alternatively, couples, friends and families dining together can choose from three northeastern Thai-inspired dishes that showcase a whole Korat chicken: deep-fried whole Korat chicken marinated with fish sauce, served with crispy shallots and garlic (Bt850++), steamed whole Korat chicken with herbs, served with Thai fermented fish paste and boiled vegetables (Bt850++) and roasted whole Korat chicken marinated in makhaw Sichuan pepper and served with local vegetables (Bt850++).
The Korat chicken promotion is available for lunch and dinner until 29th February 2024. So, whether guests are seeking a light daytime treat or a memorable evening meal, The Siam Tea Room at Asiatique The Riverfront is the perfect place to experience a true taste of Thailand.
Inspired by the country’s cultural heritage, The Siam Tea Room is a refined Thai restaurant set in a two-storey wooden building with indoor and al fresco seating areas, a private dining room and views of the Chao Phraya River – the River of Kings. Located at Asiatique The Riverfront, the heritage-rich lifestyle destination, it is easily accessible by road and river, including shuttle boat services from the pier next to Saphan Taksin BTS skytrain station.
Source: The Siam Tea Room.