From a juice pairing menu to an immunity-boosting afternoon tea, here are some interesting wellness dining menus to try out in Bangkok.
The ever-evolving dining scene in Bangkok has introduced several intriguing menus that fall under the bracket of ‘wellness dining.’ From an immunity-boosting afternoon tea to a fine-dining vegan menu, here are five wellness dining menus to taste this weekend, or any other time. Refresh and rejuvenate your body with these culinary offerings that shed a spotlight on health and well-being, besides also being a treat for the tastebuds.
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A Juice Pairing Menu at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
As a healthy alternative to wine pairing in lieu of the COVID-19 alcohol ban, Michelin starred fine dining restaurant Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin has introduced a juice pairing menu. The ‘Story of Gems Juice Pairing’ menu complements their ‘Summer Journey’ dinner menu. Whether you’re a non-drinker or a discerning diner looking to try something new, head over to Siam Kempinski’s Thai restaurant for a meal of modern Thai gastronomy and a selection of fresh and local juices.
The ‘Story of Gems Juice Pairing’ menu is available until 30 November 2021. For more information and reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 02-162-9000.
An Immunity-boosting Afternoon Tea at The St.Regis Bangkok
Taking the afternoon tea experience to the next level, The St.Regis Bangkok presents ‘The Nature Lab,’ the hotel’s latest afternoon tea series. The immunity-boosting afternoon tea set serves foods packed with essential micronutrients designed to strengthen the body’s natural defence and improve overall health. If you’re one for tea and tidbits, this exquisite afternoon tea set is a must-try for you.
For more information and reservations, call 02-207-777, email email@example.com, or visit The St.Regis Bangkok’s website.
A Plant-based Tasting Menu at Haoma Bangkok
Renowned for its progressive and sustainable neo-Indian zero-waste philosophy, Haoma redefines plant-based fine dining. The urban farm restaurant offers a 10-course chef’s tasting plant-based menu, for a very special meat-free dining experience, where the local ingredients really get to shine.
For more information, visit Haoma’s website.
A Vegan and Gluten-free Afternoon Tea at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok
Are you one for afternoon tea but not one for gluten? The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok has got you covered with their vegan and gluten-free rendition of the classic Mandarin Oriental Afternoon Tea. Offering vegan and gluten-free options, The Authors’ Lounge is where an indulgent afternoon tea meets diverse dietary requirements, offering diners an exclusive experience with an inclusive menu.
The ‘Vegan and Gluten-free Afternoon tea’ is available during the weekend from 12 pm-6 pm. For more information and reservations, call 02-659-9000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Kombucha Menu at Restaurant POTONG
Progressive Thai-Chinese Restaurant POTONG has a menu dedicated to kombucha. ‘Kāng Pu Chá’ at POTONG is the product of Chef Pam’s passion for fermentation. Produced with local Thai-Chinese fruits, herbs, and ingredients, the array of kombucha offered perfectly complements the highly commended menu. Apart from having its own separate beverage menu, the restaurant’s kombucha is also incorporated into the cooking process.
For more information visit Restaurant POTONG’s website.