Sanpellegrino, the ambassador of fine dining, will present the best of modern German cuisine from the Bangkok restaurant Sühring at PRU, Phuket’s renowned farm-to-table restaurant at the Trisara beachfront resort in Phuket, on 16 and 17 June, 2017.
The price per person is THB 2,900++ for food only, and THB 3,900++ for the option in which carefully selected German wines are served with each course.
The event is part of the Fine Dining Lovers Guest Chef Series initiated by Sanpellegrino, designed to demonstrate how the finest natural mineral water can be used to enhance the greatest of dining experiences. This series brings renowned chefs to Thailand from top dining destinations around the world, and also showcases top chefs from Thailand’s own creative restaurant scene.
At PRU, the menu begins with a selection of eat-with-your-fingers food, including a choice of Berlin street food, before appetisers of pickled mackerel and boiled egg, and a dish that the twins describe as Brotzeit Picnic are served. A 2015 Weisburgunder Hohes Eck from Zillinger, and a 2015 Welschriesling Freyheit from Heinrich accompany the two appetiser courses.
The menu then moves on to a regional German dish named Leipziger Allerlei, which is said to have been invented in Leipzig after the Napoleonic wars and which is made from freshwater pike, crayfish, peas, carrots, and asparagus. A 2013 Rielsing Kabinett Trocken from Koehler-Ruprecht accompanies this course. Next comes a dish of soft egg noodles sprinkled with summer truffle, accompanied by a 2015 Rielsing Gaisberg from Stagard.
The main course is Hungarian duck, aged for seven days and served with braised onion and smoked shitake. Accompanying this course is a 2015 Spatburgunder from Meyer-Nokel. Dessert is a traditional apfelstrudel, accompanied by a 2013 Auslese Cuvee from Kracher.
For further information and bookings for the special two-day event at PRU, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone +66 76 310 100.
Sühring’s German Haute Cuisine
PRU Restaurant @ Trisara Phuket
June 16 – 17, 2017
B 2,900++ for food only, and THB 3,900++ for food and German wines