For four days, Pullman Bangkok King Power has invited internationally-acclaimed talents from Michelin-affiliated restaurants to whip up a memorable culinary journey at the newly revamped hotel. With their woks, rolling pins and knives prepared for the special occasion, the ‘three musketeers’ (as the host puts it) are ready to cast gastronomic spells at the Eternity Ballroom.

March, Tuesday 14th - Wednesday 15th

Executive chef Yung Chan of Hong Kong’s two-Michelin star Sun Tung Lok puts together an elegant five-course dinner focussed on Cantonese cuisine that is elevated with a contemporary twist. The set dinner is priced at 6,500 baht per person for food only and 7,700 baht per person with wine pairing.

March, Thursday 16th

Enjoy a one-off dining experience with a special eight-course set menu by Chinese chef Yung Chan, French chef Gilles Reinhardt of Lyon’s three-Michelin star L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges (titled Meilleurs Ouvriers de France in 2004 by former president Jacques Chirac) and French pastry chef Johanna Le Pape (named World Champion of Pastry in 2014 by Mondial des Arts Sucrés in Paris). The set dinner is priced at 9,999 baht per person for food only and 11,998 baht per person with wine pairing.

March, Sunday 19th

The Sunday brunch buffet sees another collaborative effort between chef Gilles Reinhardt and pastry chef Johanna Le Pape. For those with the little ones, they can also enjoy games and toys at LEGO Playroom for free. The buffet is priced at 3,999 baht per person (children under 12 years old dines free per adult).

For more information or to make reservations, call 0-2690-9999.

Pullman Bangkok King Power, 8-2 Rangnam Road, Phayathai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400

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