THE BEST OF SIAM. FRESHLY ELEVATED.We set the standard for outstanding Thai cuisine in the country! Take a journey to Thailand, without leaving Mumbai. Introduced after intensive cuisine and culture study, in the ’90s and now lead by Executive Chef Uddipan Chakravarthy, this restaurant is the hotspot for Thai food in Mumbai, with an ever-changing menu of contrasting sweet, sour and spice.Seasonal fruit and vegetables make a fresh appearance at Thai Pavilion. Like in the Yum Ma Muang (raw mango salad with water chestnuts) and Tub Ped Nor Mai Talay Nai Sos Ma Muang (foie gras with sea asparagus and mango sauce), Pia Nueng Manao (steamed John Dory with coriander, chilly, peanut in tangy sauce) and Tub Tim Grob (diced water chestnut with coconut milk). After a dramatic makeover in 2007 by master Japanese designer Noriyoshi Muramatsu, Thai Pavilion opened its doors once again. A move away from the conventional Thai décor, this is a contemporary version rooted in a sense of nostalgia. Witness an interactive kitchen, semi-private dining, traditional family ”style round table seating with a lazy Susan” and scrap wood collages intricately carved with Thai motifs. The staff also recommends excellent pairing of food with a fine collection of young and vintage wines.
Offering a variety of artisanal products, handpicked delicacies and a coffee bar, Qmin Shop is a one-stop-shop for urban gourmands. The store features an array of breads, handcrafted cheeses, meats, patisserie items and many culinary delights. Looking to catch up with friends and family over coffee and conversations, the in-store high energy café is the ideal destination.
HerbHouse is the latest addition to the hotel’s gastronomic prowess. Located by the poolside, this pet-friendly bistro exudes an informal and chic ambience with soothing greenery in abundance, ocean blue upholstery and a cosy reading nook.