When the sunset settles over the rice field in the center of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, the mountains are lit; the candles and torches are lit up, components which frame the moment of serving dinner, in front of that magnificent view.
In the restaurant Sala Mae Rim of the resort some exquisite dishes are served, very representative of the cuisine on the north of Thailand: Thord Man Goong (golden shrimp cake with plum sauce), Narm Prig Ong (pork with tomato, and chile pasta, vegetables and pork cracling) or its famous Gaeng Phed Ped Yang (red coconut curry, with roasted duck and fruits), finishing with one of the most refreshing desserts based on fruits.
Famous for its great selection and refinement of its Thai cuisine, installed in a fantastic scenery, with its terrace that offers the view over the rice field, cultivated by the farmers or in its elegant lounge with its wood roof made with teak wood.
In Koh Samui you can taste more of the Thai cuisine. The view from the restaurant Lan Tania of the Four Seasons is absolutely astounded, perfect hallucination within a dream come true.
Located upon the hill that dominates the resort, the sea breeze invades the environment.
We can delight ourselves with a Pla Thord Nam Ma Kam (golden fish, with tamarind sauce and pandan leaves), Mong Korn Pon Fai (roasted lobster, with dried chile is an oyster and cashews sauce) or the Choo Chee Gong Lai (giant shrimp in curry sauce and lemon leafs).
The Lan Tania is a treasure of the haute international and fusion cuisine that pampers their companions at the table while they enjoy the most beautiful view of the island of Samui.
Sala Mae Rim, Samoeng Old Road
Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180
T: 66 (0) 53 298 181
F: 66 (0) 53 198 190
Lan Tania 219 Moo 5, Angthong
Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84140
Thailand / Tailandia
T: 66 (0) 77 243 000
F: 66 (0) 77 243 002
Text: Patrick Monney ± Photo: Four Seasons Koh Samui