Thursday, December 20, 2012

Spicy Thai Venues

If you love Thai cuisine as much as we do, you'll be delighted to know that we have spotted three apt Thai restaurants to hold your function at. Known for their scrumptious cuisine and chic decor, Busaba (Bangsar Shopping Complex), Amarin (Mid Valley) and Celadon (Pavilion KL) can be on your list of must-view venues.

Great to cater up to about 150 pax, these restaurants are ideal for intimate events such as birthdays, weddings and corporate gatherings.

Busaba

Busaba translates to "flower", or often portrayed as a fine, beautiful young lady in Thai. Here at Busaba, they serve you Thai Cuisine at its finest. Everything is tenderly selected, delicately prepared. Thai delicacies have never been so gracefully interpreted. They also have a VIP room suited for 20-30 pax.

Contact Busaba:

F15, 1st Floor, Bangsar Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 2093-7708





Amarin

Situated in the majestic confines of Mid Valley Megamall, Amarin Heavenly Thai offers diners the opportunity to enjoy a whole new evolution of Thai cuisine – both for the eyes and the palate. From the moment you first enter the restaurant, you are treated with the utmost grace that is native to the Thai culture, that you may very well make this your favoured Thai dining destination.

The restaurant's striking, regal decor, inspired by the rich tapestry of Thai artifacts, serves to set the mood for an exotic experience that diners can enjoy at one of the city's more distinctive dining locales.

While you’re enjoying the warm hospitality of Thai customs, the fully staffed kitchen works doubly hard to ensure that each of your selections meets with the highest standards of Thai cooking. And after your meal, you may choose to sample some of Amarin’s yummy desserts to complete your gastronomic journey..

Contact Amarin: 
S045, Level 2, 
Centre Court,
Mid Valley Megamall
Tel: 03 2938 3187




Celadon

Celadon is known for its high-fired stoneware, which embodies a traditional wood-ash glaze formula discovered in China more than 20 centuries ago. Potters are believed to have been brought to Siam from China by King Ramkhamhaeng around the year 1300 to settle near Sukhothai and Sawankaloke which produced beautiful pieces for more than a hundred years. Keeping tradition alive at Celadon Royal Thai Restaurant, your dining experience will be surrounded by ancient Thai artifacts, complimented with true Thai cuisine.




Contact Celadon:

6.37.00, Level 6,
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, KL
Tel: 03 2148 8708

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