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It’s not easy being a woman, mother and manager of chefs in a male dominated domain, while heading the Southeast Asian outpost of the most prestigious restaurant guide in the world.
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Meet the woman who has proven that fresh, seasonal produce and a positive outlook on life are the key ingredients to happiness.
From Texas to Thailand, young chef Riley Sanders’ taste for adventure and passion for food ends with a Michelin Star recognition.
Successful at retaining her one Michelin Star this year, Jay Fai talks about her plans for the future and how she’s just getting started.
Meet Chawadee “Chow” Nualkhair, Thai-American author, food blogger and freelance journalist who specialises in street food. Born in Pittsburgh and now calling Bangkok home, Chow is a leading local voice on everything food-related.
Dutch chef Jimmy Ophorst arrived in Phuket six years ago with a team of international chefs working on a consulting project with the Trisara Hotel and has never looked back since. Now chef of Phuket’s first-ever Michelin Star restaurant, Chef Jimmy is now officially recognised as a leading voice for Thailand’s farm-to-table movement.
Outspoken and to the point as usual, we sit down with Chef Gaggan Anand for a candid interview on the next generation of stars in Thailand and what diners can expect from him in the next 12 months.
Keeping one Michelin Star year-on-year is no easy feat… Getting a star upgrade is a totally different ballgame, as it means your restaurant has really impressed during our inspectors’ anonymous repeat visits over the past 12 months.
Life has come full circle for James Noble.
Meet the chefs behind Bangkok's first Michelin Guide Dining Series.
Life After a Michelin Star – A Perspective from Bangkok’s Top Chefs and the Darling of Thai Street Food
Two months after the whirlwind launch of the first-ever MICHELIN Guide in Bangkok, chefs are looking ahead to a year of improvement, new restaurants, innovation and maybe more stars.
The recent arrival of the MICHELIN Guide in Bangkok has once again thrusted Thai cuisine into the international spotlight. With 7 of the 17 Michelin Starred restaurants in Bangkok serving Thai food; 4 are headed by female chefs. On a quiet corner table near the window of the newly crowned Michelin starred restaurant (Paste), we ask Chef Bee Satongun what cooking means to her and her views on Bangkok’s dining scene post Michelin Guide’s arrival.