Food enthusiasts will get to revel in a delicious array of Thai cuisine as Sedona Hotel Yangon hosts the inaugural “A Taste of Thailand” food festival at D’Cuisine restaurant. The festival is held as part of the hotel’s 22nd anniversary celebrations and was planned in collaboration with Guest Chef Yuttaphum Simpalipun, an awardwinning chef and restaurateur, who has flown in from his One Nares restaurant in Bangkok to share an authentic taste of his homeland.
Guest Chef Yuttaphum Simpalipun curated the menu of “A Taste of Thailand” and will present his favourite Thai dishes such as Tom Yam, Som Tum, Tom Kha Gai, Laab, Pad Thai and Massaman, green, red, yellow, Panang curries, among others. While “A Taste of Thailand” will be hosted till September 30, guest chef Yuttaphum Simpalipun will be at Sedona Hotel Yangon from September 6 to September 16. During this period, guests will also be entertained by Thai traditional performances hosted in D’Cuisine featuring artistes from Thailand.
Sedona Hotel Yangon’s Executive Chef Edmund Ng said, “Thai food is an absolute delight and is highly-popular in Myanmar. With the blend of spicy, subtle, sweet and sour flavours, “A Taste of Thailand” promises to be a memorable gourmet dining experience for our guests. We welcome all fans of Thai food to celebrate Sedona Hotel Yangon’s 22nd anniversary with us by enjoying our special Thai-inspired buffets at D’Cuisine this month.”
“My special creations of Thai dishes are aimed at transporting guests to Thailand and tantalizing taste buds. I am honoured and delighted to be a part of Sedona Hotel Yangon’s 22nd anniversary celebrations and to be bringing the best of Thai cuisine to Yangon”, said Chef Yuttaphum Simpalipun.
A Taste of Thailand” buffet is available alongside other food stations that Sedona Hotel Yangon typically serves during its buffets including international and dessert dishes. To celebrate Sedona Hotel Yangon’s 22nd anniversary, the hotel is offering a special price of $22 for guests to enjoy the “A Taste of Thailand” buffet for lunch or dinner daily till September 30.