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Royal Phuket Marina Launching Three New Outlets

Category: Tourism, Posted:02 Jan 2014 | 06:00 am

One of Phuket's leading destinations Royal Phuket Marina will debut three new outlets on January 5th.
The new lineup is Madame Saigon featuring Vietnamese cuisine, pasta bar Pasta Basta and the Speakeasy which is a colonial-style lounge bar.
Well known island restaurateur Cathy Masson has developed the concepts together with Zoran Lalvani.
Both restaurants will be open for lunch and dinner and the lounge from mid afternoon.
It's a timely opening given the upcoming PIMEX 2014 (Phuket International Boat Show) will be held at Royal Phuket Marina from January 9th to 12th.

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