1 Ex­plore Bangkok’s fine din­ing scene

Time Out Kuala Lumpur - - Eating And Drinking -

No self-re­spect­ing gas­tronome (let’s not use the word ‘foodie’) can af­ford to miss out on Bangkok, which is ar­guably South­east Asia’s cap­i­tal of fine din­ing. Lead­ing the charge is Gag­gan, the pro­gres­sive In­dian restau­rant that has won Asia’s Best Restau­rant for three years run­ning. The 25-course ‘Emoji’ tast­ing menu in­cludes dishes that are both fun and mind-bog­gling, like the spher­i­fied yo­ghurt, In­dian sushi and sea urchin ice cream. But not ev­ery­thing is about Gag­gan: There’s also Sühring, which serves a tast­ing menu of mod­ern Ger­man cuisine; and L’Ate­lier de Joel Robuchon which serves ar­guably the best French food this side of Asia.

àGag­gan, 68/1 Soi Lang­suan, Ploen­chit Road, Bangkok (+66 2 652 1700/eatat­gag­gan.com); Sühring, 10 Yen Akat Soi 3, Chongnonsi, Bangkok (+66 2 287 1799/restau­rantsuhring.com); L’Ate­lier de Joel Robuchon, Ma­haNakhon CUBE, 96 Narathi­was Ratchanakharin Rd, Bangkok (+66 2 001 0698/robuchon-bangkok.com).

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