China Table and Attico restaurants at Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok commence a culinary excursion.
Thirteenth-century Venetian merchant and adventurer Marco Polo was one of the first Europeans to explore the Far East. Now, the famous traveler has inspired a contemporary culinary exploration at China Table and Attico.
New set dinner menu combines Chinese and Italian cuisines in a cross-cultural tribute to the great explorer. Indeed, the meal tells the Marco Polo story with courses based on his travels.
Dinner at China Table begins with “Entering the Orient” and starter of Pan-fried Snow Fish, followed by “Arriving in the Far East” and spectacular Trio of Peking Duck. The culinary agenda then continues at Attico with “Departing from Venice” course of Artichoke Ravioli with Lamb Ragout, “The Journey Home” for Drunken Wagyu Beef, “The Arrival Home” and dessert of Zabaione, before concluding with “Retiring” and Affogato serving.
Guests can choose to accompany the meal with wine: Arrigoni “Carmen” Chardonnay at China Table and Arrigoni “Ser Gevasio” Toscana Igt Merlot at Attico.
THB 1,900++ per person; 2,600++ per person with wines.
The Travels of Marco Polo Menu is available throughout December then to 31 January