Canvas Celebrates Re-opening with Enticing 18-course Menu 2020

Canvas Celebrates Re-opening with Enticing 18-course Menu 2020
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The 3-month COVID-19 lockdown has intensified my desire for enjoying a meal by a pair of trusted hands. When stepping into July 2020, nothing is more exciting than being able to dine at restaurants. Canvas has returned to the dining scene since July. Chef Riley Sanders has not disappointed us. His 18-course menu is a celebration of beautiful Thai produces.

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Sourced from different parts of Thailand, the menu comprises ingredients from different parts of Thailand. Fresh harvest such as sturgeon from Hua Hin; duck breast sourced from Khao Yai; exotic produces like hausa potatoes from the South of Thailand; black sticky rice from Petchabun; and red rice from Surin are outstandingly featured in his menu. Every dish exhibits Chef Riley’s boundless creativity in bringing out the best flavours and textures of the local ingredients in Thailand.

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One thing that I highly recommend is alcohol pairing. It was a flawless experience. Designed by Roberto Cini Mencacci, the General Manager of Canvas, the selected alcoholic beverages complemented the flavours of the food, giving me a highly satisfying experience on the palate. The alcohol selected has a diverse taste profile, featuring beautiful selections from Japan, Spain, France, Austria, Greece and Italy; from organic wine and luxury well-recognized wine to Japanese sake and umeshu. The whole dining experience has been elevated.
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If you don’t drink alcohol, not a problem. There is a non-alcohol (tea) pairing! Although I haven’t tried it yet, I find this tea pairing idea fascinating!
FOOD: THB 4,500++
Alcohol pairing: THB 2,900++
Non-alcohol pairing: THB 1,200 ++

Who in Gourmet Bangkok team visited Canvas?

Chelsea Chan ~ A food lover, golfer, fun lover, and adventurer
Chelsea ChanChelsea was born in Hong Kong and is a genuine food lover. Her palate is especially sharp on Cantonese food, delicacies from Hong Kong and meat (especially beef, chicken and lamb). She is able to taste how the food is cooked and prepared. Besides, she is also a pro buffet gourmet because of her unlimited appetite. When she says ‘too sweet’, it may not be sweet for you as her preference for chocolate is 72++ dark chocolate.

Neng Srichaisak ~ A pro golfer, travel lover and photographer
 Neng was born in Bangkok and is an enthusiastic photographer. Ever since joining the Gourmet Bangkok Team, he has developed an intense interest in food and food photography. He is good at searching the best angle for a dish. He likes spicy food and is able to tell the exotic spices used in Asian cuisine. He also acts as the Thai-Cantonese interpreter for Chelsea when reviewing restaurants in Bangkok. As he is a pro golfer, he reviews all golf courses for Gourmet International Team.

Will Gourmet Bangkok recommend Canvas?

Definitely! Even if this event is over, Canvas Bangkok is highly recommended! We really enjoy the dining ambience and the cuisine offered at Canvas.

You will love the chef collaboration dinner! Book your table now! ~ Chelsea Chan

Where is Canvas Bangkok?

Canvas Bangkok
Address: 113/9-10 Sukhumvit Soi 55, (near Thonglor Soi 5, opposite of Tops Supermarket), Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Phone: +6699 614 1158
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Canvasbkk/
Website: https://www.canvasbangkok.com/

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