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Bistrot De La Mer Brings French Flavors and Flair to New Heights

Currently, as Thailand is in the midst of its hot season, the idea of lounging by the seaside and enjoying a refreshing breeze is on everyone’s mind.

If traveling far from the city isn’t an option for you, head straight to Bistrot De La Mer. There, an incredible selection of seafood awaits, ready to transport you to an oceanfront bistro on the French Riviera.

Located within the Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, Bistrot De La Mer serves as a haven for lovers of French-Mediterranean cuisine, offering a menu that sings odes to the sea. Indulge in the freshest catch, including succulent mussels, oysters, and lobsters.

Seafood enthusiasts will surely adore the Fruits de Mer platter. Consider the Royale upgrade for an extra touch of indulgence, featuring a lavish Maine lobster, zesty scallop ceviche, and tangy marinated razor clams.

The restaurant also offers a sumptuous bouillabaisse, perfect for sharing. If you desire something less maritime, opt for the lobster entrée, available in rich thermidor style with cognac sauce or simply grilled, accompanied by a side of your choosing.

The Mediterranean seafood tagliatelle, made with homemade pasta, is a testament to the ocean’s bounty, brimming with a medley of shellfish in a vibrant tomato sauce.

Every weekday through March 31, 2024, the bistro delights diners with its Menu De Jour special set lunch: a two-course for THB 790++ and three-course for THB 990++.

It offers a gastronomic journey through the finest French-Mediterranean flavors, prepared with the freshest, top-tier ingredients. Just make sure to arrive with an appetite!

Bistrot De La Mer’s menu is not limited to seafood. Meat lovers and vegetarians alike will find delectable choices, such as beef tartare and foie gras with homemade bread, or grilled chicken breast in a creamy mushroom sauce beside a decadent potato gratin.

For beef enthusiasts, the prime rib-eye steak is a standout, customizable with your preferred side and sauce.

Vegetarians are not left out, with options like grilled eggplant steak with quinoa and salsa verde, or creamy white asparagus risotto adorned with aged parmesan, each dish crafted with a meticulous eye for flavor and technique.

No French dining experience is complete without dessert. The crêpes Suzette, with its zesty orange butter sauce and a splash of Grand Marnier, finished with vanilla ice cream, is a signature treat.

The dessert menu continues to impress with French staples, including a perfectly caramelized crème brulée and a tarte tatin served with calvados ice cream and butterscotch sauce.

Bistrot De La Mer welcomes guests every day, serving lunch from noon to 3 pm and dinner from 5 pm to 10 pm. To reserve your spot or for more information, call 02-095-9999.