Gag­gan is back


After a very pub­lic dis­pute – which sped up his restau­rant’s clo­sure - with his then-busi­ness part­ners, Gag­gan Anand is now back with his new ven­ture, Gag­gan Anand Restau­rant.

The restau­rant is split into three dis­tinct ar­eas. First, the cheek­ily-named G’s Spot – lo­cated on the ground floor – is a 14-cover chef’s ta­ble with Anand at the helm. It has the look and feel of his pre­vi­ous restau­rant’s ‘Lab’ space and of­fers a 25-course sea­sonal tast­ing (12,000 baht/per­son). The seat­ing be­gins at 7.30pm and in­cludes a mid-way break where guests are taken to an out­door bar be­fore con­tin­u­ing their din­ner. On the sec­ond floor, you’ll find the 40-seater Arena G where in­di­vid­ual ta­bles are po­si­tioned around an open kitchen be­neath a con­stel­la­tion of twin­kling lights and moon-like orbs. For those seek­ing some seclu­sion, there’s a 10-seat private din­ing room, Private Ta­ble (a min­i­mum spend of 120,000 baht/per­son). There are only two ser­vices a day in the main space: one start­ing at 5.30pm and one at 9.30pm. Each ses­sion lasts around four hours. Fans can ex­pect dishes from the old restau­rant such as Mod­ern Ghe­war with an added touch of lux­ury, truf­fles; and the iconic Lick It Up Ver­sion 2.0. No. 68 Soi Sukhumvit 31 (Sawas­dee), Kh­long Tan Nuea Watthna, Bangkok 10110. gag­­quest-a-ta­ble/

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