Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant – Oyster Festival

Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant invites you to indulge in the finest Royal Oyster from the French ocean at our fantastic Oyster Festival from 21st September until end of October!

Uniquely imported by Scarlett Bangkok, the Royal Oyster is a vintage, special deep-cupped oyster harvested in a naturally iodized environment. This noble shellfish is a product of a rigorous selection and is traditionally matured in the Artouan marsh south of Marenes, on the Atlantic coast of France. Caressed by the ebb and flow of the tide, this oyster acquires pearly ornaments and develops a unique iodized taste all year long.

Thanks to natural selection and oyster expertise developed over five generations, the Royal Oyster has acquired its letters of nobility. The pleasures of these exquisite oysters were enjoyed by King Louis XIV of France. Year after year, Fabrice and Denis, grandsons of a family of oyster farmers continue to harvest the oysters by hand as their ancestors have done for 300 years ago.

From 21st to 23rd September 2017, these two passionate French oyster farmers, Fabrice and Denis will be at Scarlett Bangkok to share exclusive insight of oyster farming, accompanied by their gourmet specialist from Paris who will provide tasting notes and food pairing ideas.

There are so many ways to eat Royal Oysters; try them raw with only whole pepper or steamed, as tartar, baked gratin style, fried, in soup, grilled, poached, in fritters or brochettes, or even in croquettes! You can also savour them as an accompaniment to fish, red meat and poultry or as a garnish.

The signature varieties include La Royal N2, La Royal N3, Wild oyster N3 and Fine Selection, with prices starting at THB 80 and served individually or in sets of 3, 6 or a dozen.

From sea to table, perfect for after-work with drinks and friends or a weekend session, your nights in September & October are sorted!

Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant is open daily from 6pm – 1am. For reservations, please call 02 352 4000, 096 860 7990, email or visit our Facebook page at

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