Unexpected, urban, evocative: Take a voyage of discovery through the culinary artistry of present-day Thailand which will enchant and delight you. At the Loy Fah Contemporary Thai Restaurant you will experience something completely new to Switzerland – created by the celebrated Thai chef Tammasak Chootong (Noi). Float away for an evening to a fascinating world where Thailand’s spirit and Bangkok’s modern age blend into one.
With the Loy Fah Contemporary Thai Restaurant, the Panorama Resort & Spa presents a new world of gastronomic experience, devoted to contemporary Thai cuisine with unexpected and exciting twists.
The culinary creations bear the signature of Chef Tammasak Chootong (Noi), without question one of the most remarkable chefs in Thailand. His "Suay" in Phuket is seen as one of the finest restaurants in contemporary Thai cuisine. Chef Noi learnt his trade in Germany, spending some time at the Michelin-starred "Top Air" in Stuttgart. After returning to Thailand, he worked at various luxury hotels and put his own stamp on their culinary style, before opening his own restaurant, the "Suay", followed shortly afterwards by his own cookery school, "Positive Kitchen." Now his journey has brought him back to Europe, where he has created a concept for the Loy Fah in Feusisberg which gives an insight into his culinary artistry.
We have created a first in Switzerland, an exciting adventure in top gastronomic quality, full of unusual interpretations, beautifully presented, and prepared from the best ingredients. Typical dishes include "Massaman Nhua", beef massaman curry with coconut gnocchi and edamame salsa, or "Gea Yang", lamb cutlets grilled in lemon grass and served with a papaya sauce. Anyone who appreciates Asian cuisine will love the Loy Fah.
Let the Loy Fah Contemporary Thai Restaurant whisk you away for an evening to a dazzling world, where Thailand’s spirit and Bangkok’s modern age blend into one. Just as stunning as the culinary delights on offer is the interior design that has evolved here - high above the Lake of Zurich. The elegant, authentic character was influenced by interior designers from Thailand, making your visit to the Loy Fah a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds, with the feeling that you are visiting the vibrant city of Bangkok itself.