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Southeast Asian Food Festival opens
    2017-July-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE Southeast Asian Food Festival opening ceremony was held at Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen on Monday evening.

Adorned with eye-catching Thai decorations, the Seasons Restaurant was transformed into an exotic world, awaiting guests to explore its mysterious delicacies.

The hotel’s professional culinary team presented an impressive array of authentic Southeast Asia delicacies, such as pomelo salad with shrimp, gado gado, chicken feet salad, tom yum goong, chicken and coconut soup, laksa noodles, curry crab, durian cheesecake, caramel banana cake, coconut agar-agar, and much more.

All of the dishes use top-quality ingredients and unique natural spices to reflect true Southeast Asian cuisines. A lucky draw with a multitude of attractive prizes was a highlight to the night. All the guests were given an opportunity to win vouchers for high tea, Thai massages, buffets and a free room at the Siam Kempinski Hotel.

“Our food festival not only aims to bring the ultimate dining experience to our guests, but in the future, we will also create more surprises for them,” said Boddy Liu, food and beverage director of Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen.

The Southeast Asian Food Festival will last through Sept. 30.

The lunch buffet is available between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at 208 yuan per person, while the dinner buffet starts from 5:30 p.m. and ends at 9:30 p.m., priced at 328 yuan per person. (Lynn Xiao)

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