Indian fine-dining in Bangkok

This February, Executive ChefVivekSingh, renowned for transforming the face of Indian cooking in the UK, will be the chef-in-residence atBanyan Tree Bangkok.Vivekwill host an invitation-only, exclusive cocktail reception and live demonstration for select guests at the hotel on 11thFebruary, followed by an imaginative five-course tasting menu paired with wines at the hotel’s spectacular rooftop restaurant, Vertigo restaurant from 12thto 14thFebruary, perfect for Valentine’s.

Vivek’s cocktail reception will mark the grand opening of Bangkok’s newest sky-high cosmopolitan cocktail bar,Vertigo Too.Vertigo Too offers a sublime, chic venue on the 60thfloor, with an arched canopy of stars. Guests can recline on loungers high above the Bangkok cityscape and order drinks from a mixologist who will create personalised, signature drinks from an inspiring cocktail trolley.

With a global reputation as one of the world’s masters of Indian fine dining,VivekSingh’s signature culinary style marries modern Indian flavours with Western techniques.Executive Chef and CEO of three restaurants across London, author of five cookbooks and a regular face on television and live cookery events across the country,VivekSingh is one of the most inspiring Indian chefs of his generation.

The Cinnamon Club restaurant,Vivek’s flagship London restaurant which redefined modern Indian cookery in London, opened in 2001 to critical acclaim.In March 2011, The Cinnamon Club marked its first decade of service whilst also serving its millionth customer. Now a benchmark for fine dining Indian restaurants around the world, The Cinnamon Club has expanded over the years with the opening of Cinnamon Kitchen in 2008 and Cinnamon Soho in 2012. 2016 promises to be just as exciting forVivekand his team, as The Cinnamon Club celebrates its 15thanniversary.

Located in the lively central business district on South Sathon Road, Banyan Tree Bangkok boasts an array of exceptional, modern facilities that embrace the culture of Thailand’s capital city. Banyan Tree Bangkok is within easy reach of captivating landmarks such as the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha, the statue of the reclining Buddha as well as Wat Arun the Temple of Dawn.

Renowned for its cuisine and dedication to culinary excellence, the hotel is home to nine dining outlets.For fabulous views, guests can dine al fresco at Vertigo, the stylish and sophisticated roof top open-air restaurant with panoramic views of the city – the first of its kind in Asia – or indulge in cocktails at sunset at the award-winningMoon Bar.

Find out more about Chef Singh’s culinary career here…

Banyan Tree

21/ S, 100 S Sathorn Rd

Yan Nawa

Sathon

Bangkok 10120

Thailand

www.banyantree.com