#WTF (What the fish) themed buffet dinner at Dee Lite Restaurant

General Press Releases Monday March 26, 2018 13:41
Bangkok--26 Mar--DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sukhumvit Bangkok

The latest culinary promotion at the DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok has a very healthy look. The new Dee Lite restaurant 'WTF' (What The Fish) Saturday dinner buffet features an unprecedented selection of seafood, shellfish and top quality sashimi - high protein foods that are good for health and wellbeing.

Dinner begins with a visit to the healthy sashimi station with its fine selection of salmon, tuna, Hamachi and white seabass. The buffet also offers broiled sushi, smoked and cured salmon and the shellfish choices includes white shrimps, clams and oysters. Health conscious diners will also appreciate the choices available at the salad bar with the extensive selection of salsas, dressings and dips.

Main course fish choices include popular Thai speciality dishes such as salt-baked seabass with citrus and herbs; steamed fish with lemon chili sauce; deep-fried snakehead fish with spicy herbs sauce, and wok-fried crispy catfish with curry paste. The Dee Lite grill serves imported oysters, white shrimps, salmon collar teriyaki and seared white fish. Meat dishes include deep-fried minced pork with salted fish; braised pork noodles; roasted pork ribs, and beef yakiniku.

"With such a healthy buffet on offer every Saturday evening there's no excuse for avoiding the fabulous selection of cakes and desserts at Dee Lite," says Hotel General Manager Ian Barrow.

"Our new-look 'What the Fish' buffet dinner at Dee Lite gives guests the opportunity to choose sashimi, seafood and shellfish dishes that are known to benefit their health and wellbeing. Fish is a high-protein, low-fat food that provides a range of health benefits. White fish, in particular, is lower in fat than other sources of animal protein. Oily fish is high in essential omega-3 fatty acids. Our message for 2018 is to eat well and stay healthy at Dee Lite," adds Ian Barrow.

The new WTF dinner buffet at Dee Lite, available Saturdays from 20 January, is priced at THB 1,150 net. Children aged 6 - 12 years pay half price. Children under six years eat for free.
Dee Lite restaurant is located on level 1 of DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok and opens for dinner daily from 18.00 to 23.00. For reservations please call 02 649 6666 or email bkksu.fb@hilton.com

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