Diverse Flavours Of Peru

Diverse Flavours Of Peru

Vertigo TOO at Banyan Tree Bangkok will host an exclusive kitchen takeover event featuring the celebrated Peruvian chef Abel Ortiz Alvarez, founder of Chullschick. Embark on an unforgettable culinary journey as Chef Abel brings the vibrant and diverse flavours of Peru to Bangkok.


Chullschick opened its door in Hong Kong in 2014, with its name being translated as ‘Chulls’ meaning ‘friend’ in Peruvian slang, and ‘Chick’ referring to chicken, altogether symbolising the warmth and diversity of Peruvian culture and cuisine. Embracing the rich gastronomic heritage, the menu is chock-full of refined flavours from traditional Peruvian ingredients.


Diverse Flavours Of Peru
Grilled Octopus is a Chullschick special.


Hailing from Hong Kong, Chef Abel will take his home-style joint to new heights with sharing set menu that promises to captivate your palate. Highlights include classic Peruvian ceviche, grilled octopus and the iconic Pollo a la Brasa. As part of Peru’s national heritage, ceviche is a raw fish cured in spicy citrus, which chef Abel grew up eating and making. Another well-loved dish is Pollo a la Brasa, a style of roasted chicken speciality native to Lima, the capital of Peru. Tender and flavourful, the chicken is infused with aromatic spices while being cooked in a combination of high and low heat.


Added to the overall dining experience are live music and stunning city views from Vertigo TOO, located on the 60th floor of the iconic hotel. Indulge yourself a little further with wine paring that will uplift your dinner to perfection, or a glass of pisco sour to enhance the Peruvian vibes.


Diverse Flavours Of Peru
A superb traditional Peruvian Ceviche.


Chef Abel’s much acclaimed cuisine will be available exclusively on 28th – 29th June only. The six Peruvian delights served in sharing style are attractively priced at Bt1,399 net per person or Bt1,699 net with wine.


For more information and reservations, call +66 (0) 2679 – 1200 or email: hostesses-bangkok@banyantree.com.



Source: Banyan Tree Bangkok.

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