Published on : Friday, March 24, 2017
Mövenpick Siam Hotel Pattaya is serving up a special sea bass menu during Thailand’s Songkran Festival at its poolside La Costa Beach Restaurant & Bar just steps from the soft sands of Na Jomtien Beach.
Fish is considered an auspicious, healthy food that’s believed to bring good fortune and is often eaten at Thai New Year to inspire luck for the year ahead. The clean, fresh flavours of seafood also fit perfectly with the cleansing spirit of the Thai New Year and with many Thai people heading for the beach to celebrate the Thai national holiday and also enjoy an Easter break, Mövenpick Siam Hotel Pattaya offers the perfect location to escape and celebrate.
The three appetizing Songkran dishes on offer at La Costa are rich in flavour and texture. The special menu features Crispy Sea Bass with Sweet and Sour Sauce, a Cilantro Crusted Fillet of Sea Bass and Banana Leaf Wrapped Sea Bass, all of which put the wonderfully succulent freshly caught fish as the main attraction, served by the beach in a soothing, al fresco covered setting.
“There is something magical about beachside dining. It really makes you feel fresh and relaxed and adds to the whole experience of a seaside holiday,” says Mövenpick Siam Hotel Pattaya’s General Manager, Marc Sittl. “Although Pattaya is known as a waterfront destination, there are actually only a few real opportunities to dine outside in a peaceful oceanside setting on the Eastern Seaboard. Add to this Thailand’s reputation for fresh and tasty seafood dishes, and a fish dish by the sea becomes a memorable dining experience.”
At La Costa Beach Restaurant & Bar, diners can hit the bass – sea bass that is – and relax to some chilled-out beats in the ultimate water-festival dining spot – tranquil Na Jomtien beach.
With a generous pool deck, swim-up bar and oversized bean bags to relax in before and after the meal, La Costa epitomizes the appeal of an upscale tropical lifestyle.