The highlight of the evening was the mini fashion show by a local designer, Shaka, to bring forth the latest take on fashion, another initiative from their “Sustainably Conscious” program.
Amari Watergate Bangkok celebrated its 29th anniversary, Prego Bangkok‘s first anniversary, and Bar Milano‘s launch.
The night of celebration led by Khun Sukamal Mondal, Area General Manager – Bangkok, this occasion saw the presence of H.E. Ms. Sibille de Cartier d’Yves, The Ambassador of Kingdom of Belgium to Thailand, Mimi Tao, International Fashion Model, Khun Saranya Watanasirisuk, PCC, Senior Vice President, Group Head of Human Resources, ONYX Hospitality Group and Chef Marco Boscaini, Corporate Chef, ONYX Hospitality Group.
The highlight of the evening was the mini fashion show by a local designer, Shaka, to bring forth the latest take on fashion, another initiative from their “Sustainably Conscious” program. In addition, bar Milano planned to serve as a small platform that gives the biggest support to local talent.
Bar Milano, a modern bar inspired by Italy’s fashion capital, is the ideal location to unwind, socialize, and gather for a pre-dinner “aperitivo” or late-night drinks. Located in the hotel’s foyer, the bar offers a variety of handcrafted cocktails made to perfection by an in-house mixologist.
Guests to the event were welcome to enjoy authentic Italian dishes prepared and cooked by Chef Marco Boscaini. Prego Bangkok offers a variety of classic Italian dishes such as pasta, pizza, risotto and seafood, as well as a selection of cheese, wines and cocktails. The atmosphere at Prego Bangkok is warm and welcoming, with cosy seating and elegant decor. The restaurant also features a wood-fired pizza oven and a live cooking station where guests can watch their food being prepared. Prego Bangkok is a popular dining destination for locals and visitors alike, and it has received positive reviews for its delicious food, attentive service, and stylish ambience.
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