Twinpalms在館內唯一正式的餐廳, 所以如果不出main building要找吃的話, 就只有Oriental Spoon. 第一天到twinpalms的我們非常懶惰, 就決定了在這裡解決.
環境是走木系暖色風, 有一股溫暖, 到家的感覺, 在黑夜的對比下, 感覺更強烈.
Kin Len Len
“Kin” means eat and “len len” is an adjective that means fun, so when Thai people say “Kin Len Len" it means “bring on the snacks!" These dishes may be eaten anytime you are hungry: Grilled Chicken Satay, Crisp Fried Shrimp Cakes, Crisp Vermicelli Noodles, and Spicy Minced Chicken Spring Rolls suitable for 2 people.
Moo Ob Num Pheung
The signature dish of Phuket people for centuries, made from pork sparerib marinated in honey and fresh herbs. Great for rebooting your energy!
有點像蜜汁豬肋, 香口甜美, 外香內帶汁.
Yum Nua Yang
Spicy Grilled Australian Beef Tenderloin salad that you have you begging for the top-secret recipe from the first moment its flavour hits your tongue.
Gaeng Karee Gai
Yellow chicken curry with potato and onions. The flavour of yellow curry paste is similar to that of red or green curries, but with a special flair of its own that you will love.
友人都抱怨為什麼泰國的綠咖哩雞都是用較乾的雞肉片, 不過吃咖哩, 醬汁比一切重要!
Tom Yum Goong Mae Num
Thailand’s most famous dish, the traditional recipe calls for river prawns, which are cooked in hot and sour soup with chilli.
Goong Phad Nam Ma Kham “Khun Chai”
Sautéed king prawn with tamarind sauce. The favourite dish of Khun Chai, the Director of Food and Beverage. He guarantees that it can be re-ordered if you are not satisfied with it.
走甜味濃郁風的老虎蝦, 複雜的香料層次, 值得一試.
夜晚的Twinpalms更有感覺, 一種安寧, 似乎在世外桃源.