Signature Macarons 2017
Executive Pastry Chef Christophe Sapy unveils his latest collection of signature Macarons for 2017. A collection of sensational flavours and sublime associations that push the boundaries of traditional macarons, the new variations include After Eight, Milk Chocolate & Earl Grey, Coconut Pandan and more.
Try it all at The Mandarin Oriental Shop G floor, Gaysorn Village. For more information please contact 02-656-2118
G floor, Gaysorn Village.
+66 2 656 2118
Wing Bean Salad
Proudly presenting a creation inspired by “Tum Ra Kub Kao”, the legendary cookbook which sources delicious recipes of the ancient Rattanakosin era, with the “Wing Bean Salad”, a secret recipe of special ingredients like nutmeg smoked guinea fowl, grilled young corn and freshly made chili paste is served in pristine fashion fitting of a 1 Michelin Star fine dining establishment.more
Deep Fried Spicy Chicken Wings
Enhancing the modern luxurious taste of Thai – northeastern foods at the heart of Bangkok at De Tummour, The must-try “Deep Fried Spicy Chicken Wings”, remarkable savory deep-fried chicken wings marinated with Thai dried chili peppers, herbs and spices, pairing with Jaew Bong paste and hot-steamed sticky rice, is a true delight.more
New Cake at The Mandarin Oriental Shop
Come and try the new cake menu from The Mandarin Oriental Shop such as Banoffee, Vanilla Mango & Banana, Berry & Vanilla Pavlova, Dark Chocolate & Salted Caramel, Choco-trio Cube, Lemon Meringue Bar, Coconut Strawberry & Rhubarb and Hazelnut & Gianduja Visit The Mandarin Oriental Shop at G floor, Gaysorn Village or call for more info at 02-656-2118more
"Boat Noodles" For many decades, the signature Beef Boat Noodles at the iconic Provence Restaurant has been known throughout the city as one of Bangkok’s finest Thai and International eateries among locals and foreigners alike. The original recipe has been passed down from generation to generation and boasts a flavorful and fragrant soup with tender noodles and prime cuts of beef for perfection in a bowl. If you haven’t tasted the boat noodles at Provence, you haven’t experienced Bangkok. Price: THB 250 for beef noodles and THB 140 for pork noodlesmore