State Capital Group 2011 Annual Meeting - Washington, D.C.

 

 

2017 INTERNATIONAL MEETING

Thursday, May 11, 2017 to

Friday, May 12, 2017

Siam Kempinski Hotel

Bangkok, Thailand


Registration:  $1,395

 

Attendees

 

Restaurant Sign Up Sheets

see descriptions below and email Diane Case with your selection

 

 

 

 

 

Hotel Information

Hotel reservations at the Siam Kempnski Hotel for the negotiated rate of THB8,000 ($229) +tax per night single and THB8,500 ($243) for double, can be made online. 

Reservations: Click here to make your hotel reservation online.

The cut-off date to make your hotel reservation is April 26, 2017.

 

No Host Dinner Restaurants

1881 by Water Library | French
Situated on the first floor of Central Groove Complex in CentralWorld, 1881 by Water Library was inspired by the 19th century’s Industrial Revolution. It is a gastro-pub offering an all-day dining experience that turns into a nightlife hotspot after sunset. With a full-scale food menu available all day, 1881 by Water Library also offers inventive cocktails and quality wines.

 

Indigo Bar & Restaurant | French
This cozy French restaurant is situated inside a beautifully restored L-shaped colonial-style home with a nice little garden in front. Guests can begin their dining experience with a drink in the lounge, which opens up into the courtyard. The restaurant is famous for its beef selections from steak tartare, cote de boeuf, to tender and juicy milk-fed veal with a creamy morel sauce. It also offers a sizable fish section, with traditional French offerings such as sole and mullet and a Mediterranean-style salt-baked fish.

 

Jim Thompson Restaurant | Thai
Situated on the grounds of the renowned Jim Thompson House Museum in the heart of Bangkok’s Siam district, Jim Thompson offers a memorable setting in which to toast the authenticity of Thai cuisine. Before enjoying dinner, guests can take a tour of the museum with a private English-speaking tour guide.

 

Paste | Thai
Paste lies in Gaysorn Village, in the heart of Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong district adjacent to the Intercontinental Hotel, and is considered one of Bangkok’s best restaurants. Award-winning Chef and owner Bee Satongun constructs creative dishes based on traditional techniques which carry the breath and soul of Thailand in every bite. Her menu is carefully focused on delivering an inventive interplay of Thai flavors and textures, guiding the diner on a gastronomic exploration of noble and provincial Thai dishes. The guiding philosophy at Paste is to maintain an ever-changing seasonal menu, showcasing the very best native produce. Whenever possible, the restaurant sources directly from the oceans, the river beds, local farms and the wild forests of northern Thailand.

 

Ruen Urai | Thai - RESERVATION IS FULL
Ruen Urai combines fine Thai culinary art with the elegant ambience. Inspired by Thailand’s diverse regions, cultures, and lifestyles, its gastronomic creations vary from royal Thai cuisine to refined home-cooking. The restaurant is set in a restored century-old traditional Thai house built from golden teakwood, originally owned by an herbal medicine practitioner during the reign of King Rama V. Savor sumptuous signature dishes and sip cool drinks in this urban oasis, hidden in the lush tropical garden by the Rose Hotel’s swimming pool, right in the heart of Bangkok.

 

Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin | Thai
Located in the Siam Kempinski, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is a Thai-inspired cuisine with a modern twist. Conceptualized by the renowned Michelin-starred chef Henrik Yde Andersen, whose Kiin Kiin restaurant in Copenhagen is currently the only Thai restaurant in the world holding a Michelin Star, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin was voted one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014. Behind beautifully composed food presentation, familiar flavors of traditional dishes are maintained while the chefs push the boundaries of form, texture, and temperature.

 

Zuma | Japanese
Located in the St. Regis in the heart of bangkok, Zuma delivers an elegant, yet fun, informal, dining experience created around the traditional izakaya style of eating and drinking. The restaurant was designed by Noriyoshi Muramatsu of Studio Glitt Tokyo and is reminiscent of a Japanese garden with a natural stone open kitchen. The restaurant offers a comprehensive menu, with authentic but not traditional dishes, which ensures diners will enjoy an exciting array of dishes from the robata grill, sushi counter, and main kitchen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please contact Diane Case, if you have any questions regarding the 2017 International Meeting.


 

 

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