Waldorf Astoria’s Front Room is doing a three-course southern Thai lunch set menu for B1,650, from which B150 will be donated to Amir al-Mu’minin Foundation, a Yala-based not-for-profit organization that looks after orphans in Southern Thailand, until June 30 between 11:30am-3pm.
The “Culinary Journey to the Far South at Front Room” is presented by Front Room’s very own chef Chareef Pattanakul who was born and raised in Narathiwat, the southernmost region of Thailand. Front Room is is known for the traditional Thai flavors married to the chef's Scandinavian style in the sun-dappled ground floor of the plush Waldorf Astoria. 
The three-course Southern Thai lunch set offers dishes based on the chef’s family recipes such as the panipuri mataba pla kulao foo (panipuri, curry powder, masala, and tak bai salted fish), khao yum pak tai chompu dong (seasonal vegetables, rice pop, Narathiwat fermented budu fish sauce, and homemade pickled rose apple), and ice cream cha chak roti grob (southern Thai tea ice cream, crispy roti, and Pattani coconut sugar).
Front Room, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok (Lower Lobby), 151 Ratchadamri Rd., 02-846-8888.