Hotel news, opinions and updates from the team at The Sukhothai.
My dear readers,
I am very excited to present one of the brightest culinary talents today from France, Chef Pascal Barbot who will be visiting us at The Sukhothai Bangkok in early March. Chef Pascal Barbot was born in 1972 in Vichy, France.
After attending culinary institute he gained an internship at Maxim’s in Paris before moving to Michelin starred restaurants. In 2000 Chef Pascal Barbot opened L’Astrance, his three-Michelin star restaurant in Paris. He draws influence from a... Read more
The International Day of Italian Cuisines 2010 is scheduled to take place on Monday, 18th January. This is to celebrate the authentic flavours and culinary culture of Italy.
All chefs of the GVCI (Virtual Group of Italian Cooks), a network of over a thousand professionals in Italian oenogastronomy who work all over the world, will lead and promote this global event. This year’s dish of International Day of Italian Cuisines (IDIC) will be Tagliatelle al ragù alla Bolognese. The pr... Read more
Our Celadon Chef, Chef Vira Sanguanwong is an icon in the Thai culinary world here in Bangkok. With more than thirty years experience in the trade, Chef Vira is unceasing in his pursuit of the creative spirit. The flavours he crates take the very best of the traditional, infused with original concepts and novel supplementary ingredients.
He has created a brand of classic tastes which is both memorable and consistently praiseworthy. Chef Vira is content to be an ordinary man who enjoys his wor... Read more
Our Italian Chef has a gift for taking the best from his country’s culinary world and combining it with his brilliant mind, creating a cuisine where everything seems to come together. Chef Maurizio’s presentation skills are unique and not overcomplicated. His food and cooking are both elegant and rustic. His food is prepared with a lot of love!
His Valentine’s dishes such as “Creamed Artichokes and Norcia Truffle Soup” are smooth like silk and superb in flavour, ... Read more
Hope you avoided over indulging on New Year’s Eve! The secret to get you over a hangover is drinking plenty of water, juices and chilled smoothies or a big steamy hot beef Pho!
Once you get over New Year fever I have some great news for you. From 4-6 February we will have a very interesting food promotion from Singapore, namely the famous Les Amis restaurant. It was established in 1995, this award-winning restaurant is no doubt the best French restaurant in Singapore. Les Amis stocks ab... Read more
Worrying about my expectations for a Lunar New Year on the last day of the old one is really just too much for me! Every Chinese New Year’s Eve, I feel like the day of reckoning is approaching and wonder how I will stay awake until 12:00. But since it’s the year of the Tiger and the Chinese New Year falls on Feb 14 together with Valentine’s Day I would really like to do something special for you all.
On Sunday, 14 February in the Colonnade restaurant, we will feature a grand... Read more