Food fest

Eat out with Marriott Bonvoy

(Photo: Suthivas Tanphaibul)

Marriott Bonvoy welcomes foodies with not one but a plethora of eateries at its 40 hotels and resorts across the country. "Eat Out With Marriott Bonvoy Thailand" offers appetising packages in three different tiers, starting from B950, B1,150 and B1,450. Here's a list of where to eat.

Paii at W Bangkok offers a three-course Thai seafood lunch set for B950, featuring Snow fish and Hokkaido scallops with choo chee curry for the main course and Thai tea-ramisu for dessert. At Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse's Praya Kitchen, B1,450 gets you an all-inclusive buffet or B1,150 for food only. Craving barbeque? A short walk from BTS Sala Daeng, Le Meridien on Surawong Road offers Rolling Ribs, which offers its signature 24-hour slow-cooked ribs and brisket with savoury sides for B1,150.

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The Athenee Hotel Bangkok on Wirelesss Road offers a seven-course dinner at The House Of Smooth Curry for B1,450 per person. Or opt for a gourmet three-course French dinner set at The Allium Bangkok for the same price. The signature Cantonese-style fish maw soup and crispy stuffed pancake in the shape of a peony flower are served together at The Silk Road for B1,150.

The St. Regis Bangkok is where a five-course Western dinner from Viu awaits for B1,450 per person. You can also chill out at the Bar and Drawing Room with two handcrafted cocktails or a 90-minute free-flow mocktail sesh for B1,150. The nearby Momo Cafe at Courtyard By Marriott Bangkok on Soi Mahadlek Luang 1 offers a late-brunch of four appetisers and three complimentary glasses of local draught beer for B1,150. If that doesn't catch your fancy, check out the cheese and cold cut platter party set paired with two glasses of house wine for B950 at Bar M of Mayfair, Marriott Executive Apartment Bangkok on Langsuan Road.

JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok on Sukhumvit 2 invites dim sum lovers to feast on an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet at Man Ho for B950. They also dish up a delectable Japanese set curated by chef Yukio Takeda of Tsu for B1,450. Another Japanese restaurant that offers a bento set is Kisso at The Westin Grande Sukhumvit on Sukhumvit 19 for B1,150. The noted Italian restaurant Rossini's at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvi rolls out a Michelin Guide dinner set for B1,450, featuring four signature dishes. At ABar Rooftop of Marriott Marquis Queen's Park on Sukhumvit 22, sip two gin-based cocktails while munching on three savoury entrees against the city skyline or join its dining boat Sirimahannop, docked at Asiatique, for a special dinner set at B950.

Out of town on a much-needed break? Luna Lanai at Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa offers a Thai seafood family-sharing sets, with highlights like Poo pad pong karee and Gang kua sapparot seafood. Step up your IG game with a beach post with a picnic set (B1,150) from the water bar at Rayong Marriott Resort & Spa. At B950 for two, a traditional southern Thai set awaits at Krua Talad Yai at the Courtyard by Marriott Phuket Town. Take a northern getaway at Le Méridien Chiang Mai while savouring an Italian family set at Favola in different sizes and rates or indulge in afternoon tea (B950) at Le Méridien Resort in Chiang Rai.

"Eat Out With Marriott Bonvoy Thailand" runs till June 30. Visit bit.ly/3OHgr1L.

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