The Okura Prestige Bangkok’s Michelin-starred restaurant Elements marks the day of love with a six-course romantic candlelit dinner featuring specially designed dishes for him and her.
The intimate feast begins with a glass of Champagne and a selection of aperitif bites followed by a choice of Japanese amberjack with dashi, ponzu and shiso leaf; an organic garden salad with lobster and daidai vinegar; or a dish of langoustine with Kurobuta pork belly, kumquat and Japanese curry.
The dining delights conclude with a dessert of Japanese Musk Melon, almond and Tahitian vanilla ice cream, plus coffee or tea and a selection from the petits fours trolley. The Valentine’s Day set dinner is priced at Bt4,900-plus, inclusive of a glass of Champagne.
The hotel’s Up & Above offers an international buffet dinner with a romantic setting. The culinary highlights include a carving station serving succulent slices of roast rack of lamb, a live pasta station where favourite pasta dishes will be cooked to order, a selection of grilled seafood or fresh seafood on ice, expertly made sushi and sashimi, and delicacies such as panfried foie gras.
The corner of sweet delights is packed with delicious confections such as red velvet brownies, strawberry shortcake, raspberry Paris-Brest pastries, black forest gateaux, macaron hearts and refreshing forest berry tarts. The Valentine’s Day Buffet Dinner is priced at Bt2,500-plus per person.
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