News & Special

Raan Tandoori

Raan Tandoori is a classic dish from the northernmost part of the Indian subcontinent. A chunky leg of lamb is soaked in a creamy, cumin-based marinade, then cooked with spices in the tandoor oven. Our expert Chefs make sure it is perfectly tender, before serving with onion slices and green peas. Rediscover the delights of lamb; you may be surprised just how tempting it can be!

“Vindaloo”

Find out for yourself by sampling our Vindaloo, a famously hot curry that will feature as Highlight Of The Month at Al Saray Fine Lebanese And Indian Cuisine. Though September falls during Thailand’s rainy season, the barometer can climb surprisingly high. So this could be the perfect month to feast on the amazing combination of chilies that have made Vindaloo a legend way beyond Goa, the Indian state where it originated. Try it with lamb or chicken, and your choice of basmati rice and bread.

Koshary with Duck Breast

We like to try fresh ideas, and our guests tell us they appreciate that, too. So, during August, Al Saray is introducing a new dish, Koshary with Duck Breast. Delicious roasted duck breast is served with koshary, a dish whose origins lie in the popular cuisine of the mid-nineteenth century. Our Lebanese-style version is cooked with vermicelli rice, green lentils and tomato sauce. We know that, once you’ve tried it, you’ll be back for more.

Lebanese Style Beef Cheek Stew

1 - 31 July , 2017

This month, Al Saray unveils its own version of “Lebanese Style Beef Cheek Stew”, a dish renowned for its rich taste and tenderness. A prime Mediterranean-type beef cheek is marinated for twelve hours with onion, garlic, leek, celery, herbs and sparkling red grape juice. Then the meat is seared, seasoned and slow cooked for another two hours.  Finally, more spices are added to provide an unmistakably Lebanese touch, and your meal is served with a great old favourite mashed potato. See just how tempting it is here. https://youtu.be/13IsPIzo8DU – then visit Al Saray to enjoy the magical result! Al Saray...

“Lamb Kofta”

01 May '17 - 31 May '17

Al Saray Fine Lebanese and Indian Cuisine is featuring “Lamb Kofta” as its Highlight of the month in May.  This Lebanese dish brings you the authentic taste of tender and juicy lamb.  Our Chef prepares it with braised fennel and a special sauce, topped with mushroom and served with Basmati rice. Find out more about it is cooked at https://youtu.be/VDNQ_R_vnbU – then visit Al Saray to enjoy the magical result!   Al Saray Soonvijai 4th Floor, Bangkok Plaza Building, Bangkok Hospital, Soi Soonvijai 7, New Phetchaburi Rd., Bangkok. Open daily 09:00 – 22:00 hrs. Call: 02 319 4388   Al...

“Murgh Bharwan”

01 April '17 - 30 April '17

Al Saray Fine Lebanese and Indian Cuisine provides the perfect change of mood and culinary style in Murgh Bharwan.  Roasted chicken breast is stuffed with paneer cheese, then cooked in yoghurt-based gravy and served with cumin-speckled jeera rice. Authenticity is the secret of Al Saray’s success, and this classic dish brings you the authentic taste of North Indian cuisine. See how it’s cooked at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCb15lVC62Y Al Saray Soonvijai 4th Floor, Bangkok Plaza Building, Bangkok Hospital, Soi Soonvijai 7, New Phetchaburi Rd., Bangkok. Open daily 09:00 – 22:00 hrs. Call: 02 319 4388 Al Saray Silom 60/2 Soi Silom 2/1 Silom...

“Lebanese Style Mussels”

01 Mar '17 - 31 Mar '17

Dipping underwater in the cause of fine dining, Al Saray Fine Lebanese and Indian Cuisine recommends its newest dish, “Lebanese Style Mussels”. These succulent treasures of the deep are steamed in our Chef’s own original sauce, with garlic, coriander and lemon juice to conjure the fragrant fusions of Lebanese Provençal. Al Saray Soonvijai 4th Floor, Bangkok Plaza Building, Bangkok Hospital, Soi Soonvijai 7, New Phetchaburi Rd., Bangkok. Open daily 09:00 – 22:00 hrs. Call: 02 319 4388 Al Saray Silom 60/2 Soi Silom 2/1 Silom Rd., Bangrak, Bangkok. (Opposite Silom Complex and near the BTS Saladaeng station.) Open daily 08:00...

Seabass Tandoori

1 February - 28 February 2017

To tempt you further, Al Saray Fine Lebanese and Indian Cuisine recommends a new Indian dish! “Seabass tandoori” has a smoky, succulent flavour that’s highlighted by double marinade cooking. First, the fish is marinated in Indian spices. Then it is marinated again with yoghurt, masala and mustard to add a fragrant, delicious taste. Finally, this exotic treat is served with mixed tandoori vegetables and pudina chutney. See how it’s cooked at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUW1YhE97yQ&feature=youtu.be Al Saray Soonvijai 4th Floor, Bangkok Plaza Building, Bangkok Hospital, Soi Soonvijai 7, New Phetchaburi Rd., Bangkok. Open daily 09:00 – 22:00 hrs. Call: 02 319 4388 Al...