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The St. Regis Bangkok


11 - 15 May 2016 | 6PM - 11PM

Presenting European Cuisine with influence from his Baltic Heritage

*12 and 13 May dinners are sold out.

SPG® Moments: Redeem your Starpoints® for an exclusive Cooking Demo and 5-Course Lunch by Chef Martin Blunos. Learn More



Chef Martin Blunos, has cooked in top restaurants around the world and has carved out a successful TV career as a celebrity chef. Born and bought up near Bath, Chef Martin’s parents came to England from Latvia and he is greatly influenced by his mother’s wholesome cooking from her homeland and their Russian relatives.

Distinguished by his blonde hair and walrus-like moustache, TV Celebrity Chef Martin Blunos is also known for his wicked sense of humor and colorful character.

He previously ran the Lettonie and Blinis restaurants in Bath–both of which boasted an unrivaled two Michelin stars. He was also chosen to cook for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during her Diamond Jubilee year.  

Food writers, critics and contemporaries were regular customers at Lettonie and Blinis, and Chef Martin’s eclectic cooking attracted journalists of leading food publications from all around the globe. He held the two stars longer than any other Chef in the UK, before then wanting to spread his wings and skills all over the globe.  

Instantly recognizable with his distinctive walrus moustache, Chef Martin has a wicked sense of humor and is an incredibly colorful character. Now, he continues to be a television and radio regular and travels the globe as a food expert appearing at exhibitions and shows. He has been a guest chef on BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen with James Martin, ITV’s Daily Cooks and BBC Great Food Live!


Martin Blunos, head chef of Blunos Bath Interview

[Video credit: Laura Wogan]

An interview with Martin Blunos, winner of two michelin stars, discussing his new seafood restaurant in Bath, the chef industry and personal experience.


Buckfast Tonic Wine, Mushrooms on toast with Martin Blunos

[Video credit: Lee Curran]

The recipe for the Tonic wine is attributed to the original French monks who settled at the Abbey in the 1880's. Base wines from Spain, known as Mistellas, were imported and to these were added the tonic ingredients according to an old recipe. Martin Blunos has taken the wine and made something which you wouldn't expect.


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