Flavours of Thailand at PARKROYAL on Beach Road
You probably have seen alot of posts on PARKROYAL on Beach Road doing different seafood promotions like Catch of the Day, Seafood Galore or the recent Crab Feast. This time round, things are little different.
From now till 31 October, Plaza Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Beach Road is cooking a range of traditional Thai dishes during dinner time!
Dinner began with Thai Papaya Salad and Thai Glass Noodle Salad. Green papaya salad is simply a dish that will make a great impression. The crunchy green papaya combines wonderfully with the spice of red chili and the saltiness of fish sauce and the sweetness of palm sugar.
Stir Fried Minced Pork with Basil Leaves is one of the most common dishes in Thailand. It is usually served as a one-dish meal, a quick meal eaten over rice, and usually topped with a fried egg. I like my stir fried minced pork drier and more spicy.
Thai Red Duck Curry is spicy and fragrant. The aromatic red curry dish comes with distinctive flavors from roasted duck cooked in coconut-based red curry with fresh cherry tomatoes and Thai basil leaves.
Because everyone loves the selection from freshest catch of the day, Chef Jackson Goh will continue to serve them in the buffet line, to be paired with the different Thai sauces.
From Mondays to Thursdays, you can find promfret, sea bass, kee fish and tilapia fishes in the buffet line prepared in one of the various styles which includes spicy Thai Lime and Chilli, Thai Green Curry, Thai Red Curry or Basil in Coconut Cream.
Here’s the Steamed Sea Bass in spicy Thai Lime and Chilli sauce. Very refreshing flavour!
Thai Beef Noodle Soup is a popular light meal in Thailand, and often sold by hawkers who pedal tricycles around the streets. The soup here is simmered with herbs and spices, some of you may find it too salty, but I like the rich flavours from the broth. If only the beef slices can be more tender, it will then be perfect.
I am a huge fan of Thai desserts. Here’s steamed Sweet Tapioca and you can bath it with coconut cream.
Ok this Glutinous Rice with Durian Paste is the winner. Frankly, I didn’t have the glutinous rice because I just eat scoops and scoops of durian paste. Definitely not durian penyet because it was much thicker and every mouthful is just real durian flesh. I bet this will be the most popular dish among the desserts so do grab it fast if you see it.
Here’s a shot of Karen and me 🙂
Flavours of Thai at PARKROYAL on Beach Road
Date: 5 September to 31 October 2012
Dinner (Mondays to Thursdays): Adult $52, Child $31
Dinner (Fridays to Sundays): Adult $55 Child $33
Tel: +65 6505 5710