The secret to the 2018 Summer Set Dinner Menu is the collaboration between award-winning Michelin Star Chef Henrik Yde Andersen and Chef Chayawee Suthcharitchan – Head Chef at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin. They have teamed up once again to create dishes based entirely upon the use of seasonal ingredients. “The aim of Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is to dazzle and create a memorable culinary and dining experience for every guest,” explained Head Chef Chayawee Suthcharitchan. “We invite guests to enjoy a truly extraordinary culinary performance as we choreograph different tastes through each dish with amazing Thai flavours in daring combinations.”
Throughout Thomas and Mathias Sühring's culinary path, they have worked with different cuisines and learned a lot from chefs across Europe. By opening Sühring in 2015, they were able to take a step back and look at their own roots and showcase German gastronomy inspired by their childhood memories and family recipes.
Michelin One Star restaurant Elements at The Okura Prestige Bangkok has introduced three spectacular tasting menus. Renowned for serving refined French cuisine with Japanese influences, the culinary team at Elements has taken their inspiration from local artisanal and premium seasonal Japanese produce to create the 5-course Elements Ume, 6-course Elements Ta-ke and 7-course Elements Matsu tasting menus.
Enter this hotel restaurant and your world gets a little topsy-turvy, with a grand piano hanging from the ceiling and upside down chandeliers. One bite of the creative French cuisine and all will be right again. Pushing the boundaries Head Chef Amerigo Tito Sesti and his team at J’AIME are on a creative spree, bring you a new 5-course menu with a tribute to the great American pop artist Andy Warhol.
Balancing a meal is an underrated skill that native Thais instinctively know. The act of translating flavours from multiple dishes to work in unison is a grand unspoken collaboration between the cook and diner, and nowhere is this balance better seen than on the family-style table.
The use of seasonal ingredients has been long valued in Japan. ‘Shun’ in Japanese refers to a time of year when ingredients are at its freshest and most flavourful. To coincide with the ‘Sakura’ (cherry blossom) and spring season, Mezzaluna (Two Michelin Stars) at The lebua hotel will be introducing a new spring menu focusing on the best spring produce from Japan and France.
This year's guide includes a total of 2,108 restaurants.
This year's guide includes a total of 62 restaurants.
This year's guide includes a total of 64 starred restaurants.
The Michelin Star family in France sets new historic record with 621 Starred restaurants.