Bangkok, 28 January 2014 - Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok welcomes family members for an annual gathering to celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Horse with auspicious Chinese dishes at Shang Palace, available for lunch and dinner from 28 January to 6 February 2014.
Guests can indulge in special three set menus created by a Hong Kong-born Executive Chinese Chef Sham Yun Ming and his team. The set menu include:
-The Fortune Menu for THB2,288 per person for a minimum of two guests
-The Prosperity Menu for THB2,888 per person for a minimum of four guests
-The Longevity Menu for THB3,188 per person for a minimum of four guests
Prices are subject to service charge and government tax.
All special Chinese New Year dishes are made of traditional ingredients that will enhance the happiness of family gatherings, such as prawns for liveliness, raw fish for good luck, and edible angel hair-like seaweed for prosperity. Celebrating guests can also enjoy a special Chinese New Year à la carte and dim sum menus.
Guests can join a traditional lion dance ceremony on Friday, 31 January 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at the main entrance of the Shangri-La Wing to bestow auspicious good fortune throughout in the Year of the Horse, followed by an exciting mask changing performance.
Fore more information and to make a reservation, please call the Restaurant Reservations on (66 2) 236 7777 extensions 6205-6, e-mail email@example.com.
Director of Communications
Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok
Tel: (66 2) 236 7777
Fax: (66 2) 236 0280
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