Fine Dining In Sala Rim Naam Thai Restaurant

Sala Rim Naam Thai Restaurant
Written by Aksel Ritenis
Sala Rim Naam Thai RestaurantBangkok, 28 August 2007 – Sala Rim Naam, Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s signature Thai restaurant has recently been transformed into a mini royal palace serving fine Thai cuisine. A lavish Thai buffet lunch is also served daily and guests can enjoy a gourmet set dinner menu accompanied by the region’s most spectacular cultural performance and dance show nightly. A welcome addition is the Sala Rim Naam Lounge, an open-air pavillion, adjacent to the restaurant overlooking the splendid Chao Phraya River.

Well-known architect of the Baht 110 million refurbishment is none other than Mr Chantaka Puranananda of Pure Design Concepts Co., Ltd. Sala Rim Naam’s new interior design depicts a magnificent palatial atmosphere with its etched glass panel pattern work derived from an antique Thai scripture cabinet and the chandeliers based on reversed ceremonial parasols which are made of Thai silk and woven in with actual gold threads by a specialist weaver, who also created the various silk fabrics out of jacquard. Thai motifs adorn the wall panels, curtains and various ikats and mudmee, which are used for the upholstery and the traditional triangle cushions.Sala Rim Naam Dishes

Mr Kurt Wachtveitl, General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, said of the renovations, “The complete transformation of the Sala Rim Naam and the addition of the Sala Rim Naam Lounge brings our fine dining concept up to par with our other restaurants such as Le Normandie, Lord Jim’s, and the recently renovated China House. This also symbolises the entire restoration of The Oriental’s facilities over the past seven years, enhancing the hotel’s legendary service standards and maintaining its place at the forefront of the hospitality industry.”

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s Executive Thai Chef Vichit Mukura’s authentic Thai cuisine menu at the Sala Rim Naam includes a vast array of sumptuous Thai dishes and live stations for its lunch buffet, including traditional Thai favourites such as Naam PrigMakham (“Dip with Tamarind and Minced Chicken”), Yaam Nuea Poo Gub Mamuang (“Spiced Green Mango Salad with Crab Meat”), Gai Hor Bai Toey (“Deep Fried Honeyed Chicken in Pandanus Leaf” ), and Poo Phad Naam Prig Pow (“Stir Fried Sea Crab with Chilli Jam and Basil Leaves” ) and a most delectable set menu and Chef’s Recommendations and a family style menu are also available in the evenings.

Sala Rim Naam waiterServed at the Sala Rim Naam Lounge are such delectable snacks as “Pan-fried Scallops Flavored with Chilli Sauce and Black Pepper Sauce Wrapped in Rice Flour Sheet”, “Herbed Minced Chicken and Peanut Ball with Fluffy Rice Grains”, and sweet snacks such as “Sweetened Silky Egg Yolk Threads”, and “Petit Rice Flour Rolls with Coconut and Sesame Sugar”.



ADDRESS: across from Madarin Oriental Hotel
48 Oriental Avenue,
Bangkok 10500, Thailand
+66 (2) 659 9000
Asian, Thai
Vichit Mukura
Smart Casual
Buffet Lunch: 7pm-11pm
Set Dinner (with live dance performance)

Show time: 8:15pm–9:30pm
5:00 pm -11:00 pm

1,700B (£26)
Reservations required
Saphan Taksin BTS

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Aksel Ritenis

Axel is the Editor and Publisher of Connoisseur Magazine "for the Finer Things in Life" and has been the custodian of the magazine for over 10 years and leader of a team of freelance Journalists and Community Members who continue to make it all happen!-Join the Team at Connoisseur Magazine!

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