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Ratchaprasong brings world-class pleasure in signature menu created with ingredient from The Royal Project at international food festival “Taste it all 2017 @Ratchaprasong: The Royal Delights – Pheasant Festival”

With support of Tourism Authority of Thailand and Royal Project Foundation

 Pheasant Festival

A new pleasure of world-class delicious food is being presented by Ratchaprasong Square Trade Association (RSTA) with the support of TAT and Royal Project Foundation to enhance the experience of Ratchaprasong’s annual international food festival. This year, “Taste it all 2017 @Ratchaprasong is themed “Pheasant Festival” with its highlight being a choice of food from one of Thailand’s best source of ingredients.Celebrity chefs from eight luxury restaurants in the downtown district contribute to the signature menu of this festival, combining their culinary arts with a superb taste of pleasant meat to rejoice diners’ sense of taste and impress visiting diners from across the world from today until 31 October 2017.

Eight Luxury Restaurants
  • Tables Grill Restaurant (Grand Hyatt Erawan) by Chef Kevin Kristensen
  • Madison Steakhouse (Anantara Siam Bangkok) by Chef Nico Merten
  • Red Sky Restaurant (Centara Grand) by Chef Christian Ham
  • Fireplace Grill and Bar (InterContinental Bangkok) by Chef Sebastian Reischer
  • The SQUARE Restaurant (Novotel Bangkok Platinum) by Chef Sorachart Mongkolsiri
  • Renaissance Bangkok (Ratchaprasong Hotel) by Chef Matthias Mattnacht
  • VIU Restaurant (The St. Regis Bangkok) by Sous Chef Lak Preeprem
  • Paste Restaurant (Gaysorn Village) by Chef Bongkoch Satongun
KBank Offers A Special Promotion

As RSTA partnered with Kbank in this project, costumers who pay by Kbank credit card will get 20% discount on the signature dishes of “Taste it all @Ratchaprasong: The Royal Delights: Pheasant Festival and up to 50% discount on dining at leading hotels and 100 restaurants that join this promotion.”

For more information about the festival and available promotions Click Here