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    There is some amazing Thai food going on for Gastro Gourmet 2021

    Thai food dominates Gastro Gourmet this year. No other type of cuisine is better represented among the 28 participating restaurants. Better than that, we’ve got some heavy hitters on the list—three Michelin star winners and a handful of Top Tables Official Selections—all boasting exclusive menus for this event. Check out the full list below, and don’t miss the chance to try these one-off menus from some of the city’s finest Thai culinary minds.

    Nahm (1 Michelin Star)

    Arguably Bangkok’s most famous fine-dining restaurant hits Gastro Gourmet with a massive seven-course menu that lives up to its Michelin credentials and famous executive chef, Pim Techamuanvivit. The main course dishes are laden with familiar classics, like red curry or hot and sour soup, with the odd creative indulgence, such as savory shrimp paste coconut cream relish with grilled catfish.







    Chim by Siam Wisdom (1 Michelin Star)

    The Michelin-star-winner for the past three years and led by chef Noom Thaninthorn strikes a balance between historical bites and cutting-edge experimentation. For Gastro Gourmet, this ethos gets compacted into a concise, four-dish set menu, with highlights like 48-hours braised beef cheek in Singhol curry and burnt tomatoes with smoked duck breast.


    Saneh Jaan (1 Michelin Star)

    Five lovely courses from Bangkok’s Michelin-starred zenith of Royal Thai cuisine for Gastro Gourmet. Take a step back in time with some traditional tom kha soup, river prawn curry, or seabass with jasmine rice.


    Taan

    Winner of the “Diners’ Choice Award” during BK Restaurant Week 2019, Taan’s creative Thai cuisine celebrates the country’s food artisans and their unique ingredients. The tasting menu for Gastro Gourmet 2021 takes you across Thailand’s farmlands, with each course focusing on different regions—Nong Khai, Surat Thani, Ranong, Khon Kaen and Nan.


    Baan

    Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn’s everyday Thai restaurant kicks things into high gear with a powerful four-course feast that takes classic Thai staples, like spicy pork neck salad, and lathers them with premium ingredients like dry-aged beef.



    Front Room Thai

    Waldorf Astoria Bangkok’s famed Front Room restaurant was reborn as Front Room Thai with a revived focus on home-style dishes inspired by the chef’s mother’s vast recipe book. For Gastro Gourmet, expect a five-course, multi-option tasting menu that leans heavily on those childhood memories.
    [See the Full Menu Here]
    15% discount (B297) for Citi Mastercard members

    Mayrai @ Wireless

    Chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn of Le Du fame is on a mission to turn classic Thai food into unexpected partners for natural wines. Case in point: this pad Thai and wine concept he opened with his sommelier brother. For Gastro Gourmet, the menu sticks to its roots with classic dishes like khao soi and spicy pork neck salad, but augmented with premium produce.
    [See the Full Menu Here]
    18% discount (B385) for Citi Mastercard members


    Paka Restaurant

    The brainchild of Top Chef Thailand contender Chef Poom, Paka Restaurant enters Gastro Gourmet with a fiery seven-course menu that keeps things simple and elegant—think stir fried seasonal veg with duck eggs, spicy pomelo salad with river prawns, and grilled pork jowl curry.
    [See the Full Menu Here]
    18% discount (B385) for Citi Mastercard members

    The Local by Oam Thong Thai Cuisine

    Despite its striking setting—a 100-year-old house that pays homage to Thailand’s rich heritage with a faux-museum of antiques and old photos— The Local’s menu still manages to take the spotlight. Focusing on hard-to-find Thai court recipes and regional products, authentic Thai flavors burst from century-old recipes.
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    And I take it home in a plastic bag, shamefull.

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