Thursday, 15 July 2010

Al Tara Halal & Vegetarian Restaurant in Bangkok

The Chaophya Park Hotel Bangkok recently celebrated the Grand Opening of their newest outlet, Al Tara Halal & Vegetarian Restaurant. Al Tara is possibly the only fine dining venue in the city to offer Halal food as well as a delicious array of pan Asian cuisine including Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai, Indian and the Middle Eastern.

With Islam being the fastest growing religion, the estimated global population is currently two billion resulting in the increasing demand for Halal food to be more widely available. All ingredients used at Al Tara follow the strict dietary laws as outlined by the Islamic guidelines and are prepared by Chef Manit Laemit, a Muslim himself as with the rest of his kitchen team.

Al Tara’s interior fuses the mystical charms of Arabia with a fine touch of New Age modernity. The open arena cooking station does not only add a touch of entertainment to the dining experience but it also allows the uncluttered area the appearance of maximum spaciousness. The vibrant colour scheme reflects the trends of today that blends artfully with the intricate d├ęcor.

Opens everyday for lunch and dinner with outside and home catering available upon request. Call 0-2290 0125 ext. 7105 for further information

Executive Director Khun Teeradej Tangpraprutgul (first row, centre), Khun Pikul Chayopas (front row, third from right) and Managing Director Khun Apinya Loychusak (front row, second from right) with General Manager Andrew J. Wood (Centre back row) looking on during the opening ceremony. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by other hotel Executives and VIP guests.

Seated in Al Tara waiting to sample the first meal served at the Grand Opening are Executive Director Khun Teeradej Tangpraprutgul (seated far back on the left), Khun Pikul Chayopas (seated far back on the right) with the Chaophya Park Hotel’s VIP guest Mrs. Cornelia Bik (left) and General Manager Andrew J. Wood.

Source: e-Travel Blackboard

247 Rachadapisek Road, Dindaeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel : (+66) 2290-0125 Fax : (+66) 2290-0167-68
Email :

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To read the review by Bangkok Post, kindly click here.


hasiahkadir said...

Thanks for the info Lynn. This should come in handy for my family whenever we are in Bangkok and for entertaining guests.

Anonymous said...

I just visited the restaurant, and I was very pleased with the decor and the food.

Anonymous said...

I just visited the restaurant, and I was very pleased with the decor and the food.