On the 18th of May, the Mantra Restaurant & Bar in the Amari Orchid Pattaya once again became the venue for jazz lovers as a group of musicians called the Black Coffee came down to entertain the locals.
Among the many favorites were songs like S’ Wonderful, Blue Moon, The More I see you, and Almost like being in love, sang by lead singer Karista Yenpoonsuk, accompanied by pianist Bhudinant Deeswasmongkol, bassist Yosawee Thongpae, saxophonist Passkorn Morasilpin, and drummer Jeerawat Saeng-anan.
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The special Mantra Jazz menu included mouth watering lobster salad, avocado & salmon caviar, grain fed beef tenderloin, with carrot & ginger puree and foie gras croquet, chardonnay & lime steamed snow fish with saffron aioli & baby veggies, cheese platter and a finale of caramelized pear with piña colada crème chiboust. All these were complemented by a vast selection of international fine wines.
Brendan Daly, the general manager of Amari Orchid Pattaya, hinted that the next music night at Mantra would be the exciting Latino. You will be informed of the exact date in the Pattaya Mail, so you can get your dancing shoes ready.
Black Coffee entertains the audience at Mantra with their soothing jazz sounds.