EmDistrict presents a taste of Thailand

EmDistrict presents a taste of Thailand

EmDistrict presents a taste of Thailand
Rare and exotic fruits from Sooksomdul Life and Farm. (Photo courtesy of The Mall Group)

An exclusive selection of foods and products from every corner of the country are presented during "Kudthai Transport Only Thailand's Best", which is running at the three EmDistrict shopping malls in Bangkok.

Held under the theme "Local Fest" at Quartier Avenue in EmQuartier, the fair brings local GI products, local handicrafts, health and environmentally-friendly products, until tomorrow.

Among the highlights are rare and exotic fruits such as soursop, pomerac (or mameaw rose apple) and Keereewong mangosteen from Sooksomdul Life and Farm; premium condiments from The Mon Rak Maekrong; homemade goat milk brie with kai mushroom from Little Goat Farm; and fresh salad vegetables grown with aeroponics from Poh Rak Farm.

This is also an opportunity to try delectable roasted pork jowl made from omega-rich pork at the Pork Matters booth at the Quartier Square Avene.

Running under the theme "Pop Fest" at Gourmet Market, 4th floor of Emporium, the fair features four premium Thai fruits -- Keereewong monagosteen, golden nam dok mai mango, Siam ruby pomelo and nam dok mai rose apple -- until April 18.

Coconut ice cream from Coconut Culture. (Photos courtesy of ONG_PHOTOGRAPHY)

Lastly, the "Ent Fest" theme has filled the Em Market Hall of Emsphere with a modern Songkran festival atmosphere, inviting visitors to indulge in delicious recipes from nine selected restaurants, also until April 18.

They include coconut ice cream with a twist from Coconut Culture; hot and spicy Thai dishes from Phed Phed Anywhere; durian with sticky rice from Fruits In The Box; charcoal grilled char siu pork from Tung Jai Yang; and smoked meat by chef Pam from Smoked.

Foodies will also enjoy spicy salad from E Pia; northern-style noodle curry from the Michelin-recommended Ong Tong Khao Soi; traditional Thai confectionaries baked and scented with candle smoke from Hom Run Juan Ton Tum Rub Chonburi; and dim sum from Tuang Dim Sum, which is owned by a famous dim sum chef from Hong Kong.

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