McDonald’s Thailand is teasing on social media the launch of something special never seen before on their menu set to launch on July 13.
Is it going to be the Quarter Pounder? It’s got to be, hasn’t it?
If it wasn’t for the hands holding an invisible burger in the teaser poster it might have been worth a punt on their classic milkshakes – something that boggles the mind as to why McDonald’s Thailand don’t do them.
One thing we know for sure it isn’t – a new supply of hash browns. McDs are struggling to sort out their supply chain and don’t expect to see the brekkie favourite back on the menu for some time.
What else could it be? Any ideas?
Taste Of Canada
The Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Embassy of Canada is hosting an exclusive gala dinner for you to experience the authentic Canadian flavours, ONLY at the “Taste of Canada” on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok.
This is a unique opportunity to taste fresh Canadian seafood, flown directly from Canada to Thailand!
Nonetheless, this event is to support the local fishermen in Canada by grouping together local suppliers and the Siam Kempinski Hotel to work closely in sourcing the best quality ingredients, fresh from the sea to your plate!
The five-course menu will not only highlight the freshest seafood from Canada but will also incorporate the carefully selected seasonal Thai ingredients.
Moreover, this is a special occasion for you to dine with the Canadian ambassador to Thailand, H.E. Dr. Sarah Taylor, and Mr. Derek van Pelt, President of the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce, while connecting with your fellow members and friends. Don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity! 🥂
Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2022
Time: 18.00 – 21.00
Venue: Chadra 3, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
THB 4,500 for CanCham members
THB 5,500 for Non-member
Booking Link: https://bit.ly/3QopTHx
7-Eleven Selling Soft Serve Ice Cream
Who doesn’t enjoy a soft serve ice cream cone or tub of smooth silky goodness?
Soft serve ice cream isn’t very popular in Thailand and pretty hard to come by but things may be about to change after a trial run at a 7-Eleven branch in Hua Hin was an overwhelming success on the first day.
Locals were so keen to try the cones that they queued out the door until the store ran out of stock.
Will it be rolling out across the country? Who knows, you’ll just need to keep your eyes peeled.