PM spices things up: Saluting Thai restaurant’s thai-licious triumph in ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’

In a commendation to Thailand’s food and drinks sector, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha expressed gratitude to two Thai restaurants which have made their mark on this year’s World’s 50 Best Restaurants itemizing.
This prestigious record is crafted yearly by the UK-based organisation William Reed Business Media. This year, two Bangkok-based restaurants had been applauded for his or her culinary excellence. Placed at Gift is Le Du, a remarkable dining venue steered by acclaimed chef Thitid ‘Ton’ Tassanakajohn. Just two places behind, at No.17, is Gaggan Anand led by Kolkata-born maestro Gaggan Anand. Meanwhile, the honorary title of the World’s Best Restaurant went to Central Restaurant, located in Peru’s capital, Lima.
Relaying this information, authorities spokesperson Anucha Burapachaisri revealed that further affirmation of Thai cuisines’ international renown was evident as four extra Thai restaurants secured spots in the prime 100. These include Sorn at No. fifty six, Sühring rating at No. 72, Nusara placed at No. 74, and Potong at No. 88.
Remarking on these achievements, Burapachaisri said…
“The Prime Minister admires the determination of all Thai restaurateurs. Thai meals is a vital conduit for projecting the nation’s soft energy to the world and the constructive responses garnered signify the success of their efforts.”
It is obvious that Thailand’s culinary arts, as a diplomatic instrument, are flourishing, fascinating the senses of food lovers the world over..

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