ight restaurants that serve foods from around the world.

There's the Penguin Club for children where these young guests can spend supervised hours playing outdoors or join in a creative play work shop. The Penguin Club is the only young children's facility with video installations for challenging games.

While the children are having fun, mother can visit the Spa where massage and beauty treatments have been created based on traditional Asian healing techniques such as massage and reflexology. And father can practice his golf swing at the resort's driving range or try out the exercise circuit to work off any weight gained while dining at any of Le Meridien Phuket's great restaurants.

One of the outstanding features of Le Meridien Phuket is the professional song and dance troupe managed by Charles Brown, resident Director of Entertainment.
Every night, the Charles Brown Entertainers captivate audiences with their original shows in the central Pakarang restaurant which is surrounded by the water park.
Charles has choreographed seven original shows which he presents on different nights. His team has made lively costumes and colorful sets. The Pakarang has an extensive buffet that changes each night depending upon the show.

Pirate's Night takes guests on a trip around the oceans of the world in search of treasure. Follow Captain Morgan and his motley crew while they battle and dance. Enjoy Phuket's famous seafood and a large array of grilled Andaman Sea fish. Menu highlights include skewers of water prawns, red snapper with tandoori spices, rock lobster, white tuna curry and mixed seafood gratinated with cheese.

Another night features New York New York, a night of nostalgia when highlights from popular Broadway shows are sung and danced, just like in the old movies. The Pakarang features ice carvings that are really art made from frozen water. The menu includes roast duck with green pepper sauce, home made pasta with smoked salmon, nicoise salad, whole suckling pig and lamb from the grill and sea scallops with garlic and tomato.


The Thai Heritage show celebrates the diversity of Thai culture and allows guests to enjoy the classical dances and songs from the four different regions of Thailand. This is the opportunity to sample authentic cuisine of the country prepared by Chef Antoine's team of talented cooks. The buffet features Andaman seafood with hot basil, fried grouper filet with tamarind sauce, roast duck curry, beef stew with massaman curry and a spicy array of Thai salads with combine tasty local spices as lemon grass and lime with spicy catfish or sea scallops.

Join in the Wild West show with cowboys and cowgirls in an exciting production featuring foods popular on the barbecues of the American Southwest. The menu highlights barbecue spare ribs, California seafood skewer, chicken with taco seasoning, tabasco chicken wings, jambolaya and nachos with guacamole and sour cream or with a spicy cheese dip.

Latino Night will have you dancing to the exciting sounds of the Brazilian beat. A night of dancing and action, the buffet presents prawns ceviche and marinated sardines, shrimp patties with spicy lime sauce, and chilled rock lobster with Russian salad. Try a curried seafood bisque or taste the lamb leg with paprika and garlic. Latino Night also features a delicious stuffed red snapper, veal sausage and tender beef tenderloin.

Village Fair allows guests to enjoy an authentic Thai temple fair where handicrafts and artisans from around the country bring their wares to sell or just enjoy. The Pakarang presents food stalls where diners can wander and select from a wide variety of regional foods while shopping for memorable gifts.

The latest production created by Charles Brown is the Taste of France where the French Revolution is recreated on the same stage as the famous French can can dances. As Le Meridien is a French management company, this is the opportunity to enjoy the highlights of French culture from those who know it best.
The buffet is a delight of French cuisine including duck galantine, rosette of salmon Bellevue, home made chicken ballotine, pate de tete, veal blanquette, chicken marengo and prawns or frog legs provencales.

Le Meridien Phuket also features some of the finest restaurants on the island with extensive a la carte menus.

A visit to the Ariake Japanese Inn is like returning to medieval Japan where the restaurant has been designed like an intimate garden. Chef Manee has spent twenty years working over a teppanyaki table preparing various meats and seafood or making sushis and sashimis in the best Japanese restaurants in Thailand.
The Ariake features a buffet of Japanese culinary delights two nights a week which allows guests to sample his talent.

The Portofino Restaurant is the most popular Italian eatery on Phuket and attracts customers from around the island. Le Café Fleuri presents international and Asian cuisine and Le Phuket's is the center for the freshest seafood caught daily from the Andaman Sea.

Sitting almost on the beach is Wang Warin, the intimate Thai restaurant which serves cuisine that was formerly prepared in the Royal Palace. 
Le Meridien Phuket invites all visitors to Phuket to explore their wonderful world of food and entertainment. There's no place like it on the island.

For more information or a table reservation, call the guest relation desk at Tel. (+66-76) 340 480-5

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