For enthusiasts of white asparagus, Chef Luca Rosso at Red Sky, one of Bangkok’s premier rooftop restaurants, has skillfully created a dish pairing white asparagus with morel mushrooms, ensuring an exquisite culinary experience.

Options on the menu include boiled lobster served with white asparagus and morel mushrooms (THB 1,850++), white asparagus soup with stuffed morel mushrooms and grilled foie gras (THB 950++), smoked white asparagus Tortelli with dew foam and Parmesan cheese (THB 950++), grilled turbot fish with white asparagus and hollandaise sauce (THB 1,950++), and Veal Tenderloin a la Plancha with morel mushrooms and red wine Madeira sauce priced (THB 2,350).

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Indulge in the delightful flavours of Veal Tenderloin à la Plancha, accompanied by succulent morel mushrooms and a sumptuous red wine sauce. Photo/Red Sky restaurant

White asparagus has a milder, slightly sweeter taste compared to green asparagus. Its flavor is often described as delicate and nutty. It has a short growing season, typically in spring, which adds to its exclusivity and allure. It is often seen as a delicacy due to its limited availability.


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Nestled on the 55th floor of the Centara Grand hotel, CentralWorld, The Red Sky restaurant enriches your dining experience with breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views of the city and an array of special dishes. The white asparagus menu is available until April 30, 2024. Open daily from 5 pm to 1 am.