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    Embassy Room Dives Deeper Into Modern European Culinary Euphoria

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 27/12/2018

    » Great food, marvellous wines, gracious service and beguiling back-stories are the permanent signatures of Embassy Room, Park Hyatt Bangkok’s 9th floor homage to good taste. But never settling for anything less than mesmerizing, its French-led chefs team exists in a state of continuous culinary evolution that periodically achieves quantum leaps. Its newest menu, unveiled in November, can therefore be described as Embassy Room Mark III; not a revolution but a still-ongoing flowering of fabulous food and drink experiences.

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    Sky’s the limit steaks

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 21/12/2018

    » For the giddy heights of grilled slabs of boutique meat, and all the fancy frills that go with them, the Penthouse Grill takes some beating.

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    Meat Me in Manhattan

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 19/12/2018

    » Arguably the definitive Manhattan grill room, the movie-set ready Bull & Bear at the storied Waldorf Astoria New York, is also now wide awake and in the finest of fettles at the pinnacle of uptown Bangkok.

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    Embassy Room unveils new state of contemporary European culinary art

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 18/12/2018

    » Great food, marvellous wines, gracious service and beguiling back-stories are the permanent signatures of Embassy Room, Park Hyatt Bangkok's 9th floor homage to good taste. But never settling for anything less than mesmerizing, its French-led chefs team exists in a state of continuous culinary evolution that periodically achieves quantum leaps. Its newest menu, unveiled in November, can therefore be described as Embassy Room Mark III; not a revolution but a still-ongoing flowering of fabulous food and drink experiences.

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    Rossini’s ups the ante

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 14/12/2018

    » What a difference a Plate makes. Especially if it’s “L’Assiette Michelin” aka Michelin Plate where the international restaurants bible’s incognito inspectors “have discovered quality food”.

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    Shanghigh

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 14/12/2018

    » It’s wiggle room only at street level on Surawongse but ascend to Yào Restaurant & Rooftop Bar’s high-flying lair at levels 32 of Bangkok Marriott The Surawongse, and you feel free and see far as a bird.

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    Exquisite festivities from Italy

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 12/12/2018

    » As they say in Italy, "Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo" (Merry Christmas and Happy New Year). And for those who have reservations about roast turkey and can't countenance Christmas pudding, it's the sound of salvation. Even in Bangkok, all you have to do is hit Jojo for your celebratory lunch or dinner, and have a wonderful time steering well clear of culinary clichés.

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    Same Same Festive Feasting

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 07/12/2018

    » Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, and will soon make a fleeting appearance on Goji “live” (no chafing dishes) gourmet buffet restaurant at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park’s Christmas Eve and Christmas Day buffets, and possibly New Year’s Eve as well. Plus much besides.

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    A LEGEND in your lunchtime

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 28/12/2017

    » Let’s be clear: Hamilton’s Steak House, the over 36-year-old stronghold of gourmet surf ‘n’ turf dining at the illustrious Dusit Thani Bangkok Hotel, is named after Hamilton King. His Eponymousness was United States Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Thailand during King Chulalongkorn’s reign around the turn of the 20th century and after retiring from a long tour of duty during which he came to love the place, lived out the remainder of his days in Thailand.

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    Crouching classics, Hidden Innovations

    Holiday Time, Noel Maclean, Published on 27/12/2017

    » If you’re the sort of Cantonese cuisine fan who doesn’t handle change well, you have nothing to worry about at Shang Palace, the Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok’s 2nd incarnation restaurant of that ilk: it’s never going to stop perfecting its ha gao with whole shrimp, Peking duck or monk jumped over the wall soup. But fads and fashions come and go, and inevitably some dishes fare better than others over the long haul.

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