Spice Up Your Life with Centara’s Tantalizing Thai Cuisine

Thailand’s leading hotel operator invites the world’s foodies to savour some of the kingdom’s finest (and spiciest!) dishes, elevated to the highest levels of excellence at its top restaurants.

Thailand is a pure paradise for foodies. The kingdom’s iconic cuisine is famous all around the world for its heavenly flavours, heady fragrances and of course, its spicy kick! Fortunately, Centara Hotels & Resorts is not only Thailand’s leading hotel operator – it is also home to some of the country’s top restaurants. Centara’s talented chefs source local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients and give them a special twist to create craft mouth-watering menus that are sure to surprise and delight diners.

For those who can’t get enough of spicy Thai food, here is a selection of Centara’s most unmissable dishes…

Crispy Red Tilapia with Betel Leaves

Suan Bua, Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok

The traditional Thai dish of meang kum is a social culinary concept that involves filling betel leaves with a selection of condiments, to create delicious bite-sized parcels that have a delightful blend of flavours and textures.

This version features red tilapia, an exquisite freshwater fish which is deep-fried to give it a wonderfully crispy skin while leaving the meat soft and succulent, then accompanied with peanuts, roasted coconut, dried shrimp, lime, chili, ginger, shallots and a delicious dipping sauce.

Discover a different side of the Thai capital at Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok, where guests can unwind in an urban resort-style ambience by day, and chill out with fantastic food and rooftop drinks after dark.

Spicy Green Curry with Braised Kamphaeng Saen Beef

Ventisi, Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Bangkok

Spicy Green Curry with Braised Kamphaeng Saen Beef at Ventisi, Centara Grand at CentralWorld

Thai green curry is one of the world’s most desired dishes. At Ventisi, the vibrant all-day restaurant at Centara Grand at CentralWorld, this colourful curry is given even greater depth by using locally-sourced beef shank from Kamphaeng Saen, in the lush countryside northwest of Bangkok, which is braised until it falls off the bone.

Blended with the exquisite Thai flavours of lemongrass, tamarind, turmeric, coconut and kaffir lime, this is a light yet wonderfully rich curry.

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