If you're planning a trip to Phuket in the next week or two, don't miss the opportunity to explore phenomenal Thai cuisine with the "Monsoon Valley Dinner" at the JW Marriott Phuket Resort and Spa. From August 31 to September 7, head chef Tanasub Trisub of the Marriott's acclaimed Ginja Taste Restaurant will be serving a five-courage menu of innovative Thai dishes.
Expect a unique spin on Laab Gai, incorporating yellowfin tuna, rice powder and Thai herbs, chili and zesty lime. There's also Pla Goong Tod, featuring crispy fried prawns with a light and refreshing lemongrass salad, and Poo Nim Prik Thai Dum, which highlights fresh soft shell crab with a smoky, black pepper sauce. Enjoy these with the finest local wines—each course is thoughtfully paired with the best from Siam Winery's organic vineyards, from the sparkling Brut Prestige to the Cuvée de Siam Rouge, a rich, silky, spicy wine that comes alive with racy hints of Amarena cherry, blackberry, pepper, and chocolate. Lastly don't forget about dessert. What better way to end this meal that with the insanely popular mango sticky rice.
Steal this special "Monsoon Vallery Dinner" at Ginja Taste Restaurant, nestled on the Mai Khao Beach surrounded by lush, tropical gardens, for 2,500++ baht per person.
To make reservations, call 076-338-000 or email email@example.com. For further information, check out jwmarriottphuketresort.com