BKK Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park to Expand Plant-Based Menu


Going Greener: BKK Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Expands Plant-Based Menu

In line with its efforts to serve guests with more “planet-friendly” food, luxury hotel Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, in cooperation with the Humane Society International (HSI), has pledged to switch 20% of its menu options in six dining venues to plant-based items.

The initiative is set to spare about 9,000 animals every year and around 150,000 kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions, HSI said in a press release.

The move comes after a six-day training helmed by HSI for the hotel’s culinary team, equipping them with more knowledge on plant-based cooking and other culinary techniques. Some of the dishes featured in the workshop are Cinnamon French Toast, Banana Cream Pie with Gingerbread Crust, and a chicken dish made from lion’s mane mushroom.

The hotel is set to make the changes initially to their breakfast offerings.

“Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park is setting a meaningful example for the hospitality industry in Asia Pacific by working to reduce its use of animal proteins by 20% over the next two years. This transformative target and milestone will help to make the hospitality industry in [the] Asia Pacific more compassionate, sustainable, and nutritious,” Janjaree Chianwichai, HSI food policy manager for Southeast Asia, said in the press statement.

Learn more about Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park’s dining venues here, or check out HSI’s campaigns by visiting its website.

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