Blue Elephant Thai Brasserie is a world-renowned restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The founder Madam Nooror established Blue Elephant Restaurant and Restaurant in the name of Thailand's mascot "Elephants" and Thai royal family's color "Blue".
Self-raised chickens from the restaurant’s own farm are used in the dishes. The chickens are corn-fed without adding any hormone, animal fat, and artificial pigment. The meat is tender and flavourful. Michelin Street Food (2018)
Moreish & Malt is new casual dining concept in up and coming industrial Kwung Tong. From the group that brought you Kowloon East Kitchen (established in 2014), our interior design reflects two separate identities that share the same space to offer a dining experience (Moreish) and a bar, lounge (Malt) experience.
Refers to having a very pleasant taste and making you want to eat more, which in our case is akin to a casual dining room serving flame grilled chops in East Kowloon. We use fresh ingredients, classic grilled meats and homemade desserts to offer a casual and enjoyable dining experience.
Refers to barley or other grain that has been steeped, germinated, and dried, used for brewing or distilling, which in our case is akin to a café and lunch space by day, a bar by night to hangout after-work. Kick back and relax with our selection of beer, wine, hand crafted signature cocktails, and pub-food.
Professional Thai Food & Catering Service
Thai Catering offers professional catering services for conferences, meetings, cocktail, buffet, parties, weddings and other social gatherings. In addition, we offer a variety of Thai cuisine with numerous styles. Customers’ requirements are tailor-designed as to offer the perfect moment for our clients.
Our food and beverage business includes Bangkok Thai Restaurant & Koon Thai Cuisine. Our Thai chef follows Royal Thai cooking methods to bring out authentic Thai cuisine. Our restaurant coverage is all over Hong Kong the territory with high popularity among customers.
Our brand started from a humble beginning in Hong Kong back in 1967. Since then, a modest neighborhood "Ice Cafe" in the bustling streets of Mong Kok has transformed into the popular restaurant chain we recognize as "Tsui Wah” today.