This August, Mumbai's infamous Thai Pavilion is all set to bring Taj’s most exotic cuisine at the exquisite Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Maldives for twelve days starting August 6 through August 12, 2019.
Standing tall for the last 25 years, Thai Pavilion was introduced after intensive cuisine and culture study in the ’90s. It was the first Thai restaurant that opened in India and has been the talk of the town since the last two and a half decades. With delectable cuisine and a story that deserves to be showcased, it is all set to nestle itself in the middle of one of the largest natural lagoons in the world to serve a royal cuisine.
Chef Sheroy Kermani along with the prestigious team at Taj Exotica Resort & Spa will work together to bring in a number of Thai delicacies for an unforgettable dining experience.
He shares, “Our culinary offerings at the Taj Exotica Resort & Spa have been known far and wide with the diversity of our visiting guests. To further enhance this awareness, there could be no better platform other than the acclaimed Thai Pavilion of Mumbai, India to come to our shores for the very first time and bring some of the most amazing Thai food that Maldives have to offer. The best of ingredients have been flown directly from Thailand specially for this pop up to ensure that our guests savor some of the finest and authentic royal Thai cuisine at our over water restaurant Deep End.”
Taj Exotica Resort & Spa is located on the exotic Emboodhu Finolhu Island, in the middle of one of the largest natural lagoons in the world, just 15 minutes by luxury speedboat from Velana International Airport. This tropical isle, once known as the ‘Three Coconut Island’ is surrounded by crystal blue waters and covered with lush tropical flora. The luxury resort converges distinctive architecture, attentive service, time steeped Jiva Spa wellness rituals and exploratory dining. With endless views of the Indian Ocean, the resort nurtures and celebrates the azure preserve in equal measure, with distinctive experiences like the coral propagation initiative, storied weddings and island exploration.