With the rainy season heading towards an end and the onset of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, Chef Ryuki Kawasaki has ushered in a new 7-course tasting menu using the best local and international ingredients featuring beluga caviar, foie gras from France and Wagyu from Japan.
Once known for its long array of embassies, sky high glass offices and gridlock traffic, Sathorn is morphing itself to become somewhat of a dining gem (whilst staying true to its gridlock traffic status).
Pattani-Thai food is known for its subtle flavors mixing a variety of influences but there are very few places in Bangkok where you actually can enjoy this style of cooking. A notable exception is around Ramkhamhaeng University in eastern Bangkok.
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