To honour the 120-year legacy of the ultimate in culinary accolades, we are pleased to announce the MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2021 selections at the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River.
While recognising the challenging times restaurateurs and chefs nationwide are facing, MICHELIN Guide Thailand continues to grant these well-deserved honours, including three new distinctions that will be revealed at the morning press conference. We look forward to supporting, promoting, and publicising Thailand’s world-class culinary scene from established icons to hidden talents. The celebrations will continue into the night with an evening banquet for distinguished guests designed by gastronomic masters of the industry.
Date: Wednesday 16 December 2020
Location: Four Seasons Grand Ballroom, Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River, 300/1 Charoen Krung Road, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand.
Stay up-to-date with the live streaming broadcast on our Facebook page and MICHELIN Guide Asia Youtube starting from 10:00 AM!
Followed by Cocktail Reception and Gala Dinner* (exclusively for partners).
This year, though confronted with uncertainty and turmoil no one could have predicted, chefs kept focused and continued doing what they do best – cook, create, and captivate. Five chefs who epitomise this progressive spirit will gather at the MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2021 Gala to present a special five-course feast inspired by their unique culinary visions.
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