|The Great Thai Feast @ Seasonal Taste|
From 18 to 31 July 2016, Seasonal Taste is bringing you The Great Thai Feast. With Seasonal Tastes’ resident Sous Chef Sedtapat Sukpaisanpongsa, alongside Chef Kamonwan Juntarasert and Chef Sittha Sa-Nguansat, proudly presenting a selection of authentic Thai culinary treasures, from its omnipresent street food to perennial favourites originating from Isaan, the Northeast region of Thailand.
Little Devil and Chubby Botak Koala tried the sumptuous Thai dishes and recommended this top 5 must try dishes in The Great Thai Feast at Seasonal Taste:
Beef Noodles (Kuay Teow Nuaa). This is one of our favourite street food when we are in Bangkok. Though the version here is more sterile compare to the version in Thailand, it delivers on the taste. The consommé beef broth is beefy and robust, while the beef brisket, tripe, tendon was springy yet succulent like it has been cooked over long period. The beef liver and sliced meat is done to medium rare, while the bouncy beef ball add to the texture in the noodle soup. Yum Yum!!
|Beef Noodles (Kuay Teow Nuaa)|
|Grilled Pork Neck (Kor Moo Yang)|
The dips. Little Devil was enjoying herself here with the Isaan speciality. The fermented shrimp paste (Nam Prik Kapi) and Fermented Chilli Shrimp Paste (Nam Prik Pao). These pungent fermented shrimp paste really opens up her appetite for the rest of the dishes here. Followed this with Papaya Salad (Som Tam) paired with salted egg it will give you a deeper appreciation in Northeast region of Thailand
|The Fermented Shrimp Paste & Vegetables|
|Papaya Salad (Som Tam)|
Crispy Pork Rind (Kaeb Moo) & Green Curry. This freshly fried pork skin is definitely a winner. It was lightly seasoned, hollow and crispy, it provide a good companion for the curry and tom yum. I normally get a big pack when I am in Golden Mile to go with my curry, but here it was free flow. The green curry is thick and rich of spices and coconut milk. Although it was served with noodle, I suggest you just have it with the meat + pork rind +rice, as the noodle easily become bloated.
|Crispy Pork Rind (Kaeb Moo)|
The Pumpkin Custard (Sang Kaya Faktong). While others might go straight for the ever popular mango with sticky rice, we believe this pumpkin custard is a must try dish here. The pumpkin cooked till soft and paired with creamy egg custard, it is not too sweet with a hint of salt from the custard. It is a well balance dish to end the meal.
|The Pumpkin Custard (Sang Kaya Faktong)|
|Mango with Sticky Rice|
Other than the top five dishes above, other Thai dishes on the menu are: Tom Yum Gung, housemade spicy Sai Ua (Chiang Mai Sausage); Sai Krok Isaan (Thai Fermented Sausage) perfectly charred casing with rice, minced pork and garlic; Thai classic Pad Kra Pao (Thai Basil Chicken); Pad Thai; Khao Niew Ma Muang (Mango Sticky Rice); and Cha Yen (Thai Milk Tea)
|Housemade spicy Sai Ua (Chiang Mai Sausage); Sai Krok Isaan (Thai Fermented Sausage)|
Not forgetting the regular buffet dishes mainstays seafood including succulent crustaceans and shellfish – Canadian lobsters, freshly shucked oysters, scallops, mussels and prawns; and Roasted Striploin from the carving station. The review of regular buffet menu is available here.
The Great Thai Feast
When: 18 – 31 July 2016; For Dinners onlu from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: Seasonal Tastes, Level 32. The Westin Singapore
Price: $68++ per person (Sunday to Thursday);
$82++ per person (Friday and Saturday).
Reservations: +65.6922.6968 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food & Drink: 8/10
Service: n/a (Tasting Invitation)
Budget per Person: $51 - $80, $81 and above.
12 Marina Square View
Level 32, The Westin Hotel Singapore
Asia Square Tower 2
T: +65 6922 6968
Daily 06.30 – 23.00
Lunch Buffet: Daily 12.00 – 14.30
Dinner Buffet: Sat – Thu 18.00 – 22.00
Seafood Night Buffet: Fri 18.00 – 22.00
Sunday Lazy Lunch: Sun 12.00 – 15.00