Thailand’s Distinguished Chef, ‘Chef Noi’ Tammasak Chootong, Opens Highly Anticipated Second ‘Suay Restaurant’ in Phuket

Following the success of the flagship Suay Restaurant in Phuket Town, Chef Noi launches

a sister restaurant that promises to take the experience of Suay to new heights.

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One of Thailand’s most accomplished chefs, Tammasak Chootong or ‘Chef Noi’ is adding another chic restaurant to his repertoire. Conveniently located at Baan Wana Park near Cherngtalay, the new Suay Restaurant offers an ambiance of elegance in a relaxed setting with its stylish and contemporary décor. “I’m very excited and proud of our latest milestone. Our team has been working tirelessly to bring the best of Suay Restaurant to our fans in this part of the island. “ comments Chef Noi, who recently entertained over a hundred guests at the restaurant’s Grand Opening event on the evening of Saturday, 7 October 2017. Featuring Chef Noi’s innovative Thai cooking with a touch of European flair, guests may enjoy delicious favourites including; Tuna tartar E-sarn style, Khao Soi yellow curry with charcoal grilled salmon and Udon noodles, braised beef cheek massaman curry with coconut gnocchi, lemongrass marinated lamb chops, and mango sticky rice spring roll with black sesame ice cream. An extensive vegetarian and vegan version of the menu is also available, ensuring satisfaction for all guest preferences. Suay Cherngtalay will be open daily for dinner service from 4pm to 11pm. Dine in comfort in the airconditioned indoor section with a spacious area and a bar. For a more relaxed ambiance, the outdoor courtyard offers plenty of seating and a private barbeque terrace, a personal favourite feature of Chef Noi’s and an ideal place for hosting small events and private functions.

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Visit www.suayrestaurant.com for more information. To make a reservation, please contact +66 (0) 93-339-1890 or [email protected]

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ABOUT SUAY RESTAURANT In 2010, Chef Noi set out to pursue his lifelong dream of owning his very own restaurant, and opened the doors of the flagship Suay Restaurant in Phuket Town to welcome guests that same year. Suay’s kitchen is where Chef Noi channels his culinary creativity into a distinctive menu, infusing European techniques with traditional Thai dishes. With two restaurant branches in Phuket, one in Phuket Town and another in Cherngtalay, Suay aims to provide the best quality value to people who love to dine out.

ABOUT POSITIVE KITCHEN Positive Kitchen is an all-inclusive service for catering, restaurant and kitchen consultancy, and a most stylish cooking school and studio on Phuket island. Located at Permsap Villa near Cherngtalay, the Positive Kitchen studio features a professional, design kitchen that has a welcoming, relaxed, and stylish atmosphere that transports visitors to an inspiring culinary world. It also showcases a private dining terrace that seats 12 guests. Positive Kitchen regularly welcomes visitors for private cooking classes, wine tastings, bespoke dinners, and product launches.

 

ABOUT Tammasak Chootong, or Chef Noi, is undoubtedly one of Thailand’s most notable chefs. Having graduated from Ueberkingen Culinary School in Germany in 1999 with a Master’s Degree in Kitchen Development, Chef Noi has worked with top restaurants in Europe including “Top Air” Michelin-star restaurant and award-winning restaurant “Taku” in Germany, and on board the Queen Elisabeth II cruise liner. Upon returning to Thailand, he became Executive Chef at JW Marriott Resort & Spa and Corporate Thai Chef at Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts, both in Phuket. He has been an inspiration for a new generation of Thai chefs through his appearance on “Iron Chef Thailand” as the show’s European cooking chef, and also his frequent hosting of cooking demonstrations and shows. With his extensive experience, he is enjoying his passion to life through the two Suay Restaurants and Positive Kitchen, where he offers consultancy work designing menu concepts, recipes, and kitchen management for leading hotels and their restaurants.

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