Grilled Filet Mignon with Red Wine Sauce at Le Marin Restaurant, Cape Racha Hotel, Sriracha.

General Press Releases Friday April 21, 2017 16:52
Bangkok--21 Apr--Cape and Kantary Hotels

This April, Le Marin Restaurant, Cape Racha Hotel, Sriracha invites you to dine with us and try our recommended "Grilled Filet Mignon with Red Wine Sauce", a delectable dish served with french fries crafted with care and skill by our talented chefs. Enjoy this fantastic fare for only 350++ Baht, and be sure to select a little something from our stock of fine red wines to complement this delicious meal!

Details are available from Cape Racha Hotel on: 0-3831-4288, or by visiting our website at:www.capecollection.com.

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