Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok’s three dining venues – Attico, China Table and Twenty Seven Bites – are gearing up for the annual Vegetarian Festival by creating a new selection of vegan delights that will be available both buffet and set menu style from October 20 to 28.
Now an important part of Thai food culture, the festival sees adherents stop eating meat and other animal products to pay respects to Guanyin, Goddess of Compassion in Chinese. This year, Attico will delight its patrons with vegan Italian delicacies while they enjoy a panoramic view of city life from the 28th floor.
The Twenty Seven Bites Brasserie prepares a new meatless dinner buffet at Bt1,290 from Monday to Wednesday and Bt1,590 for Thursday to Saturday. The China Table, meanwhile, offers four private rooms, where families and friends can comfortably share Chef Bruce’s vegetarian a la carte menu and all-you-can-eat vegetarian dim sum lunch for Bt888.
“Thailand has a rich cultural heritage which we are glad to reflect in our restaurants. With our chefs’ imaginative creations for this special time of year, we are sure that this Vegetarian Festival will be remembered by food lovers for a while to come,” says Deborah Haines, Radisson BLU general manager.
Find more at www.RadissonBlu.com/plazahotel-bangkok.