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Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa: New vegan restaurant opened

Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa: New vegan restaurant opened

Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa is a boutique hotel that belongs to the Small Luxury Hotels of the World. It is known for itsunique location on a beautiful beach and its excellent facilities such as a luxurious spa area. The hotel has now joined the vegan cuisine trend with the opening of the SEASONS vegan restaurant, one of the first hotels in Phang Nga to do so.

Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa with creative vegan dishes

Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa
© Aleenta Resort & Spa

The restaurant’s menu consists of 100 percent local ingredients with no animal proteins and offers creative dishes that pay tribute to Southern Thai cuisine and integrate Western influences. The restaurant has only eight tables for 16 people to create an exclusive and intimate atmosphere. The menu’s first season focuses on three ingredients from local producers: Tofu from the Non Pla-Tau-Kua tofu store, which has been in business for 37 years, Rai Dok Galangal rice and a special type of seaweed with grapes sourced from a seaweed farm in close proximity to the hotel. Guests can choose between an Asian- or a Western-adapted menu, which includes dishes such as. “Chili Sin Carne” with organic tofu and local Khao Rai rice or “Har Gao” offers, a traditional dish made from handmade organic yellow tofu, flavored with spirulina grown in the Pak Klokt region and served with Junsaeng soy, a local mulberry vinegar dip.

Culinary and design

Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa
© Aleenta Resort & Spa

The culinary director of the Aleenta Group, Luca Mancini, is responsible for the menu. Born in Italy, he has years of experience as a chef in various countries and has worked in renowned hotels and resorts in Phuket. The interior of the new restaurant was designed by Bangkok-based LOAM Interiors and features vegan materials such as wood or stone. The menu, as well as the art displayed in the restaurant, was designed by Thai artist Patsachon Toyingpaiboon. The artwork on the wall shows the places on the island where the ingredients are obtained. Guests can purchase the prints, and the proceeds will go to the Pure Blue Foundation established by Anchalika Kijkanakorn.

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Conclusion

The new vegan restaurant SEASONS at Hotel Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa is a culinary highlight for guests looking for healthy and sustainable food. The restaurant offers a unique taste experience and shows that vegan food can be not only healthy, but also delicious.

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