Khao Chae Promotion at The Emerald Coffee Shop

General Press Releases Sunday April 16, 2017 21:15
Bangkok--16 Apr--The Emerald Hotel

"Khao Chae" The Traditional Thai dish composed of rice is eaten with jasmine scented water served with side dishes such as shrimp paste balls, stuffed sweet peppers, shredded sweetened beef/pork, stuffed shallots, stir-fried sweet pickled turnips, dried fish at The Emerald Coffee Shop of the Emerald Hotel, which are popular during summer, serving in the international lunch buffet at 11.30 – 14.30 hrs. for the month of April 2017 only 600 baht++/person.

Special Promotion
  • Come in a group of 4, the 4th person pay only 99 baht++
  • Voucher of 680 baht net "Buy 10 get 1 Free"
For more information or reservation, kindly call 0-2276-4567 ext. 8413- 4

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