“TO BANGKOK & BACK”- Thai Food fest at JW Kitchen ,Bengaluru
Thailand – the Land of Scenic islands , beautiful beaches, amazing culture , happening nightlife, friendly people and delicious food, I fell in love with this country when I visited the Siamese land last year for work.
The food in Thailand needs no introduction as it is one of the most popular cuisine of the world. As you walk through the streets of the capital city , Bangkok ,the rich abundance of the exotic flavors and fragrances will delight your senses. Amazingly cheap and very delicious , the Thai food is easily available everywhere.”
The visit to Thailand is a culinary odyssey in itself. If you love food, you’ll Thailand. Presenty I am visiting this splendid nation and I am in Bangkok. Tomorrow I am heading to the exotic southern islands of Phuket , Phi Phi Phi & Krabi.
The JW Kitchen is a all-day fine dining restaurant at JW Marriot, Bangalore. Known for its Internationally-inspired ambiance , it offers a round-the-clock lavish ala carte menu, sumptuous buffets, and an elaborately Sunday brunch spreads.
Presently It is hosting the Bangkok Food Festival from Thursday, September 14th , 2017 till 24th September in during evenings.
During this festival, JW Kitchens will also be serving the delicacies from Thailand along with their regular buffet. The man behind this Thai feast , Chef Gai , prepared some Chicken Satay for us.
“I was told that Thai food has a balance of five flavors: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy.”
We began with the Tom Kha Gai Soup, the delicious creamy fulfilling Thai chicken with coconut milk infused broth. I chose to include lot of assorted ingredients from their counter in this soup preparation.thus making it a complete meal in itself.
The Thai salads were served to us at the table were the must have Som Tam , a low calorie and delicious green papaya salad from the north-eastern region.
Next to be served to us on table were the Thai version of Chinese spring rolls, Poh Pia, and Tod Mun Pla, a classic Thai fish cake dish , both easily available in the streets of Thailand.
The mains lineup included the stir fried dishes like Phad Krapow Prawn, Phad Prik Thai Dum for the non-vegetarians , and the Stir fried Bok choy & Mushrooms and Phad Prik Sod with Tofu for the veggies lovers.
The Vegetable Malasalman curry and the Thai coconut Chicken green curry were absolute delight with the sticky rice.Among the desserts, Tup Tim Krob , Water Chestnut with Syrub and Coconut Milk delicacy bought us to the sweet ending to the wonderful meal.
The festival is on 24th September so please do visit and try best of authentic Thai cuisine from the Master chef from Phuket itself.