JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar and Tourism Authority of Thailand Brings You the Flavours of Thailand

JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar and Tourism Authority of Thailand Brings You the Flavours of Thailand

JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar and Tourism Authority of Thailand Brings You the Flavours of ThailandJW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar brings home the best of the exotic flavours from the streets of Thailand from 22nd July to 1st August 2015 . The Thai street food festival would be held in association with the Tourism Authority of Thailand. The festival will not only showcase an array of authentic and sumptuous Thai cuisine but will recreate a cultural experience for the guest that goes beyond just food. Chef Rungtiwa Sorlae, a connoisseur of Thai cuisine and the Thai specialty Chef at JW Café, would spearhead the preparations at the festival.

The food festival will offer guests a visual delight as well as an explosion of unique flavours for the palate. Chef Rungtiwa Sorlae has meticulously designed a menu with a good mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from across Thailand. Complemented by fresh spices, the buffet and live counters will feature dishes like steam fish in banana leaf, stir fried sugar peas with shitake mushroom Massaman curry, Southern Thai yellow curry, Thai pancake in coconut milk, chicken ginger rice, steam noodles with ka chay curry, crispy pork with kale leaves and crispy Thai pancake stuffed with salted coconut.

Speaking on this association, Ms. Soraya Homchuen, Director, Tourism Authority of Thailand, said, “Food is very central to the Indian traveler’s experience in Thailand. Most travelers, except perhaps for those with religious dietary restrictions, are very much impressed by Thai cuisine and like to experiment with as much as possible with every subsequent trip to Thailand. So great is their fascination with Thai food that many even learn the art of authentic Thai cuisine through lessons undertaken during their stay in Thailand. We are glad to bring our food heritage in a form of a food festival for the people of Mumbai.”

During this time, 15 June to 15 August 2015, one can also experience the Amazing Thailand grand sale in which most of the outlets will be giving a discount upto 8o% in major destinations in Thailand.

Commenting on the festival, Chef Vivek Bhatt – Executive Chef, JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar, said, “Thai cuisine is exotic and distinct with a perfect balance of strong aroma and varied flavours. We wish to bring the best out of the cuisine through the unmatched knowledge and expertise in Thai culture and cuisine by Chef Rungtiwa Sorlae, offering our guests a truly unique and memorable experience.”

The food festival promises to be a culinary delight for the guests with its variety of flavours right from the streets of Bangkok.

Restaurant: JW Café, JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar
Date: 22nd July 2015 to 1st August 2015
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Pricing: 1555+ taxes
For inquiries, please contact us on: 022 28538656

About JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar

JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar opens doors to effortless elegance and sophistication. Located 1 km away from the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai; making it an ideal destination for business and stay. With 585 intimate rooms, the property offers authentic cuisines crafted with passion, care and local flavours. With over 56,000 sq.ft. of indoor and outdoor convention space, the property offers 11 well-appointed meeting rooms with state-of-the-art conferencing facilities. The holistic Spa by JW offers a host of therapies to help you relax. At crafted perfectly so you are always left with the experience and luxury you truly desire.

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About TAT:

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) was established on the 18th March 1960. TAT was the first organization in Thailand to be specifically responsible for the promotion of tourism.

TAT supplies information and data on tourist areas to the public, publicizes Thailand with the intention of encouraging both Thai and international tourists to travel in and around Thailand, conducts studies to set development plans for tourist destinations, and co-operates with and supports the production and development of personnel in the field of tourism.

Since the inception of the first local office of TAT in Chiang Mai in 1968, there are now 35 regional offices throughout Thailand. TAT has also established many overseas offices the first being in New York, which was opened in 1965. During the past 30 years, TAT has since established 15 more offices in different parts of the world.