AUSTRALIAN OSTRICH FEATURED WITH SEASONAL TASTES FAMILY-FILLED SUNDAY LUNCH THROUGHOUT MARCH AND APRIL

General Press Releases Monday February 25, 2019 14:18
Bangkok--25 Feb--The Westin Grande Sukhumvit
Beef-loving families are cordially alerted to the fact that the celebrated Australian ostrich is stirring the passion on Seasonal Tastes' Family-Filled Sunday Lunch buffets throughout March and April.

Ostrich meat tastes similar to lean beef and is low in calories, fat, and cholesterol, as well as high in calcium, protein, and iron. It is even leaner than skinless chicken and turkey. Uncooked, it is dark red or cherry red, a little darker than beef. Also, ostrich meat is a good source of vitamin B6, vitamin B12, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, phosphorus, zinc, selenium, and more.

Seasonal Tastes' chef grill the prime cuts to order and serve the beef in three different options:
  • Smoked paprika marinated kebabs
  • Grilled steak with calvados sauce or
  • Stir fried with black pepper sauce

But that is far from all. You can fall back in love with food here as bustling chefs create a fulfilling feast. Explore ocean-fresh raw seafood, smoked salmon, imported cold cuts and cheeses, home-baked breads and crunchy salads. Give in to meticulously-prepared Japanese selections of sushi, sashimi, misu and more.

Live cooking themes range Mediterranean, featuring authentic fresh pasta, pizzas and risotto, to Asian, offering aromatic local Thai cuisine, regional wok-cooked dishes, and a myriad of noodles. Plus a slew of traditional roasts and grills of premium quality meats and seafood, and international specialty recipes.

For a grand finale, indulge in a sumptuous array of artfully-crafted desserts, complete with chocolate fondue and Moevenpick ice creams counter.

While grown-ups relax and refuel, children delight in dishes catered especially for them and Westin Kids Club(R) activities keep them thoroughly enthralled. Meanwhile, children age 0-5 years eat free, children age 6-12 years are charged at half-price (50%), and those age 13 years up are charged as adults.

Make it a family affair on the 7th Floor of The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok, just steps from the BTS Asok -MRT Sukhumvit interchange which could hardly be more convenient.
Australian ostrich featured Family-Filled Sunday Lunch Buffet is served every Sunday from 12:00 to 15:00 hrs.
Priced THB 1,850++ per person including free-flow soft drinks, coffee and tea
** Marriott Bonvoy Members enjoy discounts based on their membership level.
** Bookings through our online store discount up to 50% on food.

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