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Dusit Thani Bangkok is flying in Chef Hervé Rodriguez, owner of one Michelin starred MaSa restaurant in Paris, for everyone to experience his playful, creative and colourful cuisine together with French Master Baker,
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Some hotels and restaurants spend thousands of dollars every year on property evaluations. Some are required by the brand, the ownership, or other third party. Some are better than others, and many bring
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Meet Chef of the Month Paul Smart.  Paul has cooked for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, won awards including the UK Commis Chef of the Year award at the Academy of Culinary Arts
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Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s largest hotel operator, will participate in an innovative new charity operation that collects and distributes surplus food to benefit people in need, starting this August. The operation,
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The newly-opened Park Hyatt Bangkok is quickly making a big impression on the city’s luxury sector, and the man responsible for raising the culinary bar is the hotel’s first Executive Chef,
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Hotel operators have a problem. F & B has long been an important component of hospitality, but while customer preferences have evolved, hotels largely haven’t, and as a consequence those customers are
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High class hotels are supposed to offer the best of everything: luxurious rooms, attentive service, and cuisine to die for – but in some cases it’s to die from. I stay in a
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‘Clear Coffee’ is the first colorless coffee in the world. It’s made from high quality Arabica coffee beans and pure water. It has no preservatives, no artificial flavours, no stabilizers, and doesn’
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Article by Russ Blakeborough who is a Food & Beverage Consultant with Focus – F&B Cuisine – The trends are leaving overly manipulated food, and moving to simpler, cleaner, preparations with lighter food;
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Sometimes I wonder if a guest, or even the hotel manager, has thought of all the work and human interaction that it takes to serve a great meal in the restaurant. However, that
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Article By : Rohit Sachdev, Managing Director at Soho Hospitality  I still remember when I was a student in University, more often than not, I would have one of those days where I was
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Who doesn’t like Wine? And Who doesn’t like Chocolate. Well, to be fair, some might not like one or the other, but most people do like either one or the other
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As Christmas approaches – the Season of Giving – there is no better time to reflect upon all the wonderful things given to the world by the British: cricket; railways; pencils; lawn mowers; calculus; Plimsoll
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By www.healthbox.co.th Have your hotel guests ever complained about feeling fatigued or experiencing weight gain or sluggishness at the end of their business trip? Their weight gain or lethargy might