French-Imported White Asparagus

French-Imported White Asparagus

White asparagus season returns this season at Akira Back Bangkok, the innovative Asian dining destination at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, is inviting discerning hotel guests and local residents to savour the sublime flavour of French-imported white asparagus with four delectable dishes in Akira Back style.


Highly prized for its crisp texture and naturally sweet flavour, this exquisite ingredient requires special care during cultivation. In Germany, the arrival of white asparagus season is such an important moment it is even celebrated with festivals. White asparagus is often referred to as the ‘royal vegetable’ due to its delicate taste and historical popularity among European nobility.


French-Imported White Asparagus
Dine with your friends at Akira Back Bangkok.


To mark this culinary occasion, the talented chefs at Akira Back have crafted a series of delectable dishes that showcase white asparagus. Diners can choose from classic grilled white asparagus with black garlic butter, seaweed caviar and Maldon salt (Bt740++), a simple yet elegant dish that highlights the vegetable’s natural flavour, or a seafood sensation: roasted Chilean sea bass with miso-marinated white asparagus and yuzu beurre blanc (Bt1,250++).


Alternatively, meat lovers can discover the succulent ribeye toban yaki, a tender Australian Angus steak served on a sizzling hotplate and accompanied with white asparagus and mixed mushrooms (Bt1,350++), or premium Japanese A5 Wagyu steak, served with white asparagus, pearl onion and beef jus (Bt4,100++).


French-Imported White Asparagus
Akira Back presents its new menu.


Don’t miss the opportunity to savour the flavour of white asparagus every evening at Akira Back from 19th April – 31st May. Advanced reservations are required.


For more information and reservations, call +66 (0) 2059 – 5999 or email: Alternatively, to book online, click here.



Source: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park.

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