Prawns with an anniversary taste

tasty June 30, 2017 09:05

By THE NATION

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Chingcha Chalee, a homey restaurant featuring rare and traditional Thai food prepared to authentic recipes, is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a promotion of river prawn dishes from now until July 31.



 

“Our dishes come from the heart. We use premium quality ingredients to craft and create culinary art in every dish. Our smiling staff are happy to see you enjoy the traditional Thai dishes that are so hard to find these days. And besides those dishes, we also serve Western cuisine because we want to make sure that we have choices for everyone, be it a big family, or a multinational group of friends,” says culinary entrepreneur Na-Chanok Ratanadaros.

To mark this special occasion, Chingcha Chalee is offering seven new dishes featuring premium river prawns. The dishes combine the restaurant’s best and all-time favourite recipes with the prawns cooked and seasoned in different ways. 

 

“Grilled River Prawn in Sweet Crispy Noodle” takes the taste of the old-school mee recipe to another level by adding a huge shrimp to it. “Baked River Prawn with Cheese in Spicy Sauce” sees mozzarella, Parmesan and cheddar cheese stir-fried in spicy Thai sauce and melted with the baked shrimp itself. The mellow “Grilled River Prawn in Tamarind Sauce” comes with crispy garlic and is best served with warm jasmine rice. “River Prawn in Creamy Curry Sauce” is prepared to a secret sauce recipe using duck eggs. The other dishes in the lineup are “Baked River Prawn and Vermicelli in Casserole”, “Grilled River Prawn Sweet and Sour Sauce”, and “Grilled River Prawn in Shrimp Paste Clear Soup.”

All are priced at Bt460 per dish down from the regular price of Bt560. Spend Bt555 to get a free slice of sweet and tasty Chingcha Chalee Honey Toast to complete your meal.

Book a table at (02) 610 7557 for the Siam Paragon branch and (02) 259 8582 for The Emporium.