If you’ve been to Mexico, you’ll know that food at Mexicano is truthful to its origin. And if you haven’t been, this is your chance to try authentic Mexican cuisine in Bangkok!
Hailing from Mexico City, chef Carlos Bravo is bringing to Thailand some his country’s most traditional recipes, with a new menu every month.
Featured dishes for April are:
- Prawn aguachile with avocado tartar: If you like ceviche, you’ll love this fresh, hot, and sour dish
- Deep-fried corn cake filled with pork pibil: An all-time favorite from the Yucatan region, it is crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and one of our team’s favorites
- Red snapper with clams and chorizo: Cooked Veracruz-style, this surf & turf reinterpretation is a winner
- Imported beef tenderloin in black mole and habanero chili: Chocolate sauce on your steak doesn’t sound right at all except when it’s about mole, and this one is a must-try
- Tres leches cinnamon toast: You’ll want to have more than just one piece of this soft and creamy cake
Mexicano-crafted cocktails include the use of some of Thailand’s delicious fruits—such as passionfruit and lychee—to create tropical Margarita expressions.
There is also a live band playing daily, except on Tuesdays, when there is a salsa class instead, at 9:30 p.m. For THB 300 you’ll get a class, a drink, and entry to the after-party.
Stay tuned for their 5 de Mayo party that promises more traditional dishes, drinks and, of course, FIESTA!
Where: Mexicano restaurant, 4th floors, Rembrandt Hotel, Sukhumvit 18 (BTS Asoke)
When: Dinner daily from 5 p.m. to midnight, and Saturday Brunch 12–3 p.m.
More info: www.rembrandtbkk.com/restaurants