Shangri-La’s - Eros Hotel, New Delhi celebrates Songkran Festival by offering guests an enticing variety of authentic Thai dishes at Tamra from 13 to 20 April 2016. The Songkran Festival, popularly known as Thailand Water Festival is one of the most important festivals in the Thai culture and is celebrated as the traditional Thai New Year. 

The festival features a wide variety of Thai specialties ranging from exquisite appetizers to traditional dishes. Recently appointed Thai Chef Nisa Yimthong wishes to bring the most authentic Thai gourmet flavours to guests through a rich array of local delicacies for a gastronomic sojourn. Guests will be able to savour various Thai cuisine flavours artistically crafted by Chef Nisa, such as Tom Kha Hed (Spicy and sour coconut broth with mushroom, galangal and chilli), Tom Yam Goong (Spicy and sour broth with prawns, kaffir lime, lemongrass and chilli), Nam Tok Moo (Grilled pork salad with toasted rice and Thai herbs), Gai Yang (Thai roast chicken with sweet chilli sauce).A live curry station has been set up at Tamra offering a wide selection of curries, vegetarian and non-vegetarian options such as Pad Krapow Gai (Wok Fried Chicken with chilli garlic and basil), Gai Phad Mad Memuang (Stir fried chicken with cashew nut, chilli and oyster sauce, Pla Thod (Crispy fried fish with tamarind sauce), Paad Ki Mow Talay (Spicy fried rice with chilli paste egg, Thai basil and seafood). For some sweet indulgence, Chef Nisa Yimthong has specially prepared a traditional Thai dessert Tub Tim Krob (Water chestnut dumplings in sweet coconut syrup) giving the perfect end to your meal.

Drawing inspiration from the Songkran Festival in Thailand, Tamra brings to their patrons an exciting and lavish spread of authentic Thai cuisine during lunch and dinner buffet to capture the true essence of the Thai New Year celebration.


Lunch Buffet: Rs. 2,100 plus taxes for lunch
Dinner Buffet: Rs. 2,300 plus taxes for dinner
Kids Buffet: Rs.1,500 plus taxes

 Lunch Buffet - 
Noon to 3:30 p.m.
 Dinner Buffet - 
7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Guests are also invited to indulge in Sunday brunch on 17 April 2016 at Tamra offering Thai delicacies. The Thai gastronomical delights paired with an exquisite Champagne selection are sure to uncork the 
Sunday spirit during the Songkran festival.

12:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Rs. 3,500 plus applicable taxes (includes free flowing Moet and Chandon Champagne)
Rs. 3,000 plus applicable taxes (includes free flowing cocktails, beer and mocktails)
Rs. 1,500 plus applicable taxes for the kids buffet.

For an authentic Asian Journey, please call the hotel’s dedicated team at (91 11) 41191010 or email 

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