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W Taipei partner with W Bangkok to promote authentic Thai cuisine

Kao Soi Beef stewed in light curry soup with egg noodle northern style

With the latest culinary promotion of “Fan-Thai-stic,” guests will be able to enjoy iconic delicacies from the four regions of Thailand prepared by Guest Chef Maytee Thaimongkolrat

From March 17 until April 4, W Taipei invites you to embark on the culinary journey at The Kitchen Table with the latest “Fan-Thai-stic” promotion with Guest Chef Maytee Thaimongkolrat of W Bangkok.  Experience the taste of authentic Thai cuisine comprised of four distinctive regions: Northern, Northeastern, Southern and Central.  

“Through food we explore,” shared W Taipei General Manager Cary M. Gray “We are happy to partner with W Bangkok here in Taipei to present the authentic Thai cuisine in The Kitchen Table Restaurant where culinary concepts and hospitality meet modern comfort and innovation.”  

With a strong passion to introduce exotic Thai food to International hipsters and encourage locals to appreciate Thai dishes at their best, Chef Maytee Thaimongkolrat has recently climbed up to be Junior Sous Chef at W Bangkok. “Most of the Thai Chefs are now interested in cooking Western food but, for me, I feel that it is my responsibility to be a native who can actually promote the beauty of Thai food to the world,” said Chef Maytee who will be a representative Chef from W Bangkok to present a variety of Thai dishes. Among them, 3 must-try Signature dishes to W Taipei’s jetsetters are Scallop and Salmon Ceviche with Chili and Lime, Beef stewed in light curry soup with egg noodle northern style and Wok Fried Seafood with Creamy Curry Sauce.  

“Fan-Thai-stic” promotion at the kitchen table is served during lunch and dinner times from March 17 until April 4 and prices start from TWD1,080 per person. Rates are subject to 10% service charge.

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