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Experience Executive Chef Tan Kwang Aik’s Signature Threadfin Dishes at Shang Palace

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Experience the delicate flavours and tender texture of this premium-quality Threadfin from the Gulf of Thailand, renowned for its exquisite taste. Executive Chinese Chef Tan Kwang Aik has skilfully created three exclusive signature dishes to tantalize your taste buds:

  • Steamed Threadfin with Spicy Young Galangal Plum Sauce at THB 1,288++
  • Deep-Fried Threadfin with Turmeric at THB 1,288++
  • Slow-Cooked Threadfin with Curry Spices – Malaysian Style at THB 1,388++

Every ingredient used in these delectable dishes is sustainably sourced from Thailand, complemented by fresh herbs from the Royal Project. Chef Tan’s authentic cooking techniques beautifully showcase the essence of traditional Chinese cuisine.

These mouth-watering creations are available for both lunch and dinner at the renowned Shang Palace Chinese Restaurant from 1 July to 30 September 2024.

For more information and to make a reservation, please call Shangri-La Bangkok’s restaurant reservations desk at 0 2236 7777, send an e-mail to [email protected], or visit the hotel website at


  1. Mark Lu June 20, 2024

    These dishes sound incredible, but the prices are just outrageous!

    • Sophia June 20, 2024

      You get what you pay for, though! Quality like this doesn’t come cheap.

      • Mark Lu June 20, 2024

        I understand quality, but sustainable food should be more accessible to everyone.

      • SteakLover92 June 20, 2024

        I agree with you, Mark. It shouldn’t just be for the elite.

    • James T June 20, 2024

      Have you ever tasted Threadfin? It’s worth every penny!

      • Mark Lu June 20, 2024

        I’ve had Threadfin before, and it’s good, but not everyone has $1,388++ to drop on a meal!

    • Chris P. June 20, 2024

      It’s pricey, but it’s a special occasion type of meal. You wouldn’t eat this every day.

  2. GourmetGuy June 20, 2024

    Chef Tan Kwang Aik is a genius. His dishes are always perfection!

    • Emily R. June 20, 2024

      Totally agree. Have been following his work for years!

    • FoodCritic01 June 20, 2024

      Let’s not get carried away. He’s good, but not the best out there.

      • GourmetGuy June 20, 2024

        Who do you think is better? Serious question.

  3. Nia M. June 20, 2024

    Deep-fried fish with turmeric sounds so unique and flavorful! Can’t wait to try it.

  4. Kimberly June 20, 2024

    I think the whole ‘sustainable’ marketing is just a way to inflate prices.

    • EcoWarrior June 20, 2024

      Sustainability isn’t just marketing. It’s essential for our planet’s future.

      • Kimberly June 20, 2024

        I agree with sustainability, but I don’t trust corporations using it as a buzzword.

      • Alex H June 20, 2024

        True, but places like Shangri-La usually do have genuine sustainable practices.

  5. ChefMike June 20, 2024

    Props to Chef Tan for highlighting Threadfin. Not a common choice but exquisitely versatile!

  6. TravelJunkie June 20, 2024

    Are these dishes available for takeaway? I’d love to enjoy them but can’t dine in.

    • InfoDesk June 20, 2024

      Best to call and check with them directly. Sometimes they offer takeout for special menus.

  7. James W June 20, 2024

    Good to see traditional Chinese cuisine being highlighted. Much needed in a world obsessed with fusion food!

    • Susan Liu June 20, 2024

      Absolutely. Fusion is overplayed and often lacks authenticity.

      • FusionFan June 20, 2024

        Whoa, fusion has its own merits too! Chef Tan himself uses some fusion elements.

      • James W June 20, 2024

        True, but sometimes simplicity and tradition offer the best experience.

  8. Rita June 20, 2024

    I want to try that curry spice dish! It’s making my mouth water just reading about it.

  9. Foodie44 June 20, 2024

    People complain about prices, but you’re also paying for the ambiance and service at Shang Palace.

    • PennySaver June 20, 2024

      Fair point, but I’d still rather save my money.

  10. Liam June 20, 2024

    Anyone know how often they change the special menus at Shang Palace?

    • RestaurantRegular June 20, 2024

      They usually have seasonal changes. About every few months or so.

  11. Daisy June 20, 2024

    Fresh herbs from the Royal Project add such a special touch. Love that initiative.

  12. Traveler123 June 20, 2024

    Planning my trip around this! Looks absolutely delicious and I can’t wait!

  13. Vic June 20, 2024

    I think in times like these, promoting expensive dining experiences feels kind of tone-deaf.

    • Hannah B. June 20, 2024

      We need some luxury and normalcy too. Can’t just focus on doom and gloom.

      • Vic June 20, 2024

        I see your point, but it still can feel out of touch for many people.

  14. ArtisticChef June 20, 2024

    Cooking is art and Chef Tan is a master artist. These dishes are a testament to that.

  15. Dan L. June 20, 2024

    This sounds amazing, but why is it only for three months? Should be available year-round!

    • Jane M. June 20, 2024

      Maybe it’s to keep things fresh and seasonal. Limited-time offers create a sense of exclusivity too.

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