On October 26, The Peninsula Bangkok and Bangkok 101 once again teamed up for a coordinated effort to raise money for The Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer (QSCBC). EAT-DRINK-PINK, a charity event uniting the city’s top restaurants, bars, food artisans, and suppliers, brought Breast Cancer Awareness Month to the fore at The Peninsula Bangkok’s riverside garden.
Forty-seven of Bangkok’s leading lights in food and drinks took part in EAT-DRINK-PINK this year, helping to raise more than B500000 for the QSCBC. These funds are crucial for the foundation, led by Dr Kris Chatamra, as it continues to research cures while providing emotional and financial support to those suffering from breast cancer. Guests strolled around The Peninsula’s lovely grounds, enjoying a sumptuous spread of food and drink with a soundtrack of live jazz and pop music.
Bangkok 101 extends its deepest thanks to all of the guests, restaurateurs, mixologists, bakers, cheese-makers, and more who turned this special event into such a huge success. Above all, thanks go to all the great people at The Peninsula Bangkok.
EAT-DRINK-PINK was such a hit that The Peninsula Bangkok has already planned next year’s event, which will be held on October 31, 2016, and comes with the special spooky theme of “Eat Drink Pink Halloween.” See you there next year!