Thalias Hospitality

Love is in the air!

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While we acknowledge that cooking for your loved one can be a most romantic and wholesome event, we at Thalias also realise that there is a real appeal to leaving your cares behind and spending a Valentine’s Dinner catered to and pampered this February 14.

Don’t worry about the overcooked steak or the wine pairing, we have that all covered for you! Discover below the delicious menus we have crafted to help you and your significant other celebrate your adoration.

Spend an elegant evening with your beloved at Topaz. Intimately lit by candlelight, let our staff cater to your needs while you focus on letting the love flow.
Our lavish seven-course set is made to delight your senses with delicate flavours from the land and sea.
For a heightened sensory experience, the Topaz team has also spent time selecting a range of wines that we feel perfectly match the flavours of each course.
Our Valentine’s Day menu will be available on the evening of Monday 14 February.

Your chance to savour this refined 7-course menu is $240 net per couple or $160 net with wine pairing per person.
See our full menu here and make sure to book your table now.
Please call: 015 821 888, or book via https://topaz-restaurant.com/reservation

Spoil your loved one this Valentine’s day with a romantic dinner for two at Khéma. With your hearts in mind, Khéma’s chefs have created a sensuous menu of smooth, rich, sweet, and creamy flavours that will leave you swooning this Valentine’s Day.

Getting off to an electrifying start with a Lobster salad, the menu then lowers the volume with a Beef broth with foie gras Royale, followed by sweet, luscious Slow-Cooked Lamb Chops and rounded off with a magnificent Chocolate mousse with raspberry coulis centre.
Discover our full menu and book your table now for Monday 14 February on https://www.khema-restaurant.com/reservations

This Valentine’s Day, we’ve created a vibrant, luxurious menu full of colour and zest and featuring some of Cambodia’s most delicious flavours. If beautiful food is the key to gaining and holding a lover’s heart, then it’s time to book your enchanting Valentine’s Day dinner at Malis right now.
Reservations strongly recommended https://malis-restaurant.com/reservation Details and menu here.

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