Crowned as the best restaurant in Asia three years in a row, Gaggan offers progressive Indian cuisine and plays with molecular gastronomy. Colourful and innovative, each of the dishes is, simply put, edible art on a plate.
A partnership between the twin chefs Thomas and Mathias Sühring and Gaggan Anan, Sühring features a contemporary take on German cuisines. Offering modernised traditional dishes, the restaurant is recognised as one of the best restaurants in Asia (no. 13).
Location: No. 10, Yen Akat Soi 3, Chong Nonsi
Phone: +66 2 287 1799
Gaggan’s former sous chef Garima Arora has transformed a shophouse into a fine-dining restaurant named Gaa. With a blend of modern techniques and traditional recipes, chef Arora presents an enticing set of tasting menus.
Combining expert culinary techniques and exquisite ingredients, head chef Tim Butler crafts a delicious array of international favourites. A veteran of the Bangkok food scene, Eat Me continues to impress with its bold, diverse flavours.
Serving omakase crafted with the freshest seafood imported from Hokkaido daily, Sushi Zo is led by Osaka-born sushi chef Keizo Seki. His first Sushi Zo in Los Angeles was awarded a Michelin star in 2009.