Thai Food takes Centre Stage at Bao Xuan, The Soaltee Kathmandu
Get ready to embark on a culinary journey to Thailand without even leaving Kathmandu! For 10 glorious days, Bao Xuan, the Chinese Specialty Restaurant at The Soaltee Kathmandu, is going to be transformed into a hub of mouth-watering Thai delicacies, all crafted by the talented Master Chef WimonJunlawong.
As you step into the restaurant, you’ll be greeted with the aromas of authentic Thai cuisine. The air will be filled with the scents of fragrant spices, tantalizing herbs, and the sizzle of the wok. It will be impossible to resist the temptation to indulge in the rich and diverse gastronomic history of Thailand.
Master Chef Junlawong has flown all the way from Thailand to Kathmandu, bringing with her the traditional recipes and techniques that make Thai cuisine so distinctive. Her contemporary spin on the classics will add a unique touch to the dishes, making them even more enticing.
Chef WimonJunlawong is a true master of Thai cuisine with 16 years of experience. She has conducted Thai food promotions and kitchen team training in top hotels in India and Thailand, including Hyatt Regency Kolkata, Oberoi Sukhvilas Chandigarh, and Leela Palace Bengaluru. Chef Wimon combines traditional Thai flavors with a contemporary twist, creating visually stunning and delicious dishes.
The menu curated by Chef Junlawong and the culinary team will have your taste buds dancing with joy. The ala carte menu boasts a range of dishes that are sure to satisfy every palate. You can start with Som Tam, the spicy and tangy green papaya salad, or Moo Yang Num Jim Jaew, a grilled pork dish served with a sweet and spicy dipping sauce.
For the main course, the Home Made Curry (red, green & yellow), Panang Curry, and Pad Kimao will transport you straight to the streets of Bangkok, with their bold and aromatic flavors. And what’s a Thai meal without a sweet ending? The banana and coconut cream dessert is the perfect way to finish off the meal on a high note.
The Thai Food Festival will be open daily for lunch and dinner, with set menu options available for lunch and ala carte for dinner. The set menu lunch is available from 12.30pm to 3pm while Ala Carte Dinner is available from 7pm to 10.45pm from 21st April to 30 April. So, give it a try and indulge in the delightful and diverse flavors of Thailand, right here in Kathmandu. The Thai Food Festival at Bao Xuan is an experience that you don’t want to miss!