Dusit part 2 – Benjarong & Tosca

Dusit part 1

Between holding my plate, glass of raspberry bellini (from Tosca), camera and seeing all the food choices on the 2nd floor I was lucky to get these shots at all. There’s so much food that I wasn’t able to take pictures of. You have to be there to experience this food extravaganza.

There’s this sign to go to the second floor where Benjarong and Tosca restaurants are located.

Literally the whole second floor common area from the top of the stairs to Benjarong then to Tosca is filled with food. First up is the spread of Thai food. The Thai appetizers were all excellent. Some were spicier than others. You could get full from the appetizers alone.




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Thai appetizers

At the background of the picture below is the first cooking station of Benjarong. The chef was frying some spring rolls.

still part of the Thai food headed towards Tosca

The second live cooking station is for the Phad Thai. It was cooked to order by a Thai lady. All the ingredients were authentic and the taste was very good although a tad sour. The only thing I got from this section was Phad Thai and Khao Kluk Kapi (Fried Rice in Shrimp Paste) which was the best I’ve ever tasted in the Philippines.


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This section is all food and dessert from Tosca the Italian restaurant. They had made to order pasta and pizza. I wasn’t able to take pictures of those becaused I was dazed and confused. I ended up with only a glass of raspberry bellini and some dessert.


Baked Lasagna

Roast pork tenderloin with mashed potatoes

veggies

baked stuffed chicken

salmon

ice cream and toppings

my plate of phad thai and khao kluk kapi
(carb heaven)

Dessert from Tosca
(chocolate mousse in thick chocolate cup,
best cheesecake with toasted coconut
and apple pastry)

Boy, this was an exhausting lunch! Last part tomorrow.

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