Food tripping right in the hotel

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    Feasting on the culinary delights of Thai cuisine is a must-do on any trip to the Thailand’s capital Bangkok – and where else to get that delectable experience but in one of the city’s stylish five-star hotels – the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. The Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park is located in the heart of Sukhumvit, Bangkok’s popular downtown district, and it boasts of ten restaurants and bars as well as conference and banqueting spaces.

    In the mornings, the hotel guests can try for their breakfast, the immensely popular rice noodle dish, pad Thai – one of the most popular street food offerings of Thailand – which even its most luxurious restaurants offer. For sure, everyone will delight on the Lobby Lounge’s version of stir-fried rice noodles & prawns with duck egg, garlic, chives, crushed peanuts and tamarind sauce.

    The Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park also boasts of is its afternoon tea. The hotel has an expert “tea sommelier” who can personally tailor the experience to the tastes of its tea-lover guests. The extensive tea selection features a mix of teas from the Dilmah Silver Jubilee Gourmet Range and Watte Series and T Series

    The afternoon tea set also includes a selection of savory and sweet items which include finger sandwiches, scones with home-made jams, Devonshire clotted cream, artisan pastries, English fruit cake, macaron and éclair.

    To those guests who have come to Bangkok to reconnect ties with friends or are in the process of making new ones, the Lobby Lounge is an excellent place for intimate social gatherings or for those rambunctious family gatherings as the restaurant ensconces each guest in comfort and privacy. Guests can try the different cocktails the Lobby Lounge offers – from the classics like the mojito and the margarita – to the more cosmopolitan like the Singapore sling and Mai Tai. Those looking for some bubbly can try the Breakfast Bellini or the Summer Berry Melt.

    As the day comes to a close, Foreign guests can feast on the following Thai specialties in the Lobby Lounge menu. There is the Pad Ka Prow Nua which is stir-fried beef, garlic, chili and hot basil served with fried rice topped with a fluffy fried egg and pair it with their delicious Tom Yum Noodle Soup which is the tom yum pork rib soup with rice noodles, roasted chili paste, crushed peanuts, lime and bean sprouts.

    For the weight-conscious, the Lobby Lounge offers a choice of salads including Yum Yai, which is a spicy salad with soft shell crab and crab meat filled with pomelo, jicama, chili paste and crispy shallots or the fruity mango and avocado salad which offers helpings of young Asian mixed leaves, cucumber, mint, coriander and lemon dressing. There is always the Classic Caesar salad – romaine lettuce, parmesan, garlic, bacon bites and anchovy dressing – for those not in the mood for adventure.