Take a break from colder climes this December and head to Bangkok for an exciting six hands dinner at one of the city’s best restaurants.
Taking place on 1 December, a trio of top chefs are joining hands at the Michelin-starred Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin restaurant to present a six-course Thai gastronomic dinner.
The dinner will see guest chef Henrik Yde Andersen of Kiin Kiin restaurant in Copenhagen and chef Ian Kittichai of Issaya Siamese Club restaurant in Bangkok join forces with Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin Head Chef Chayawee Sutcharitchan to conjure a spectacular night of edible enchantment.
Together they will prepare and present the exciting “Thai Gastronomy Series I” dinner. One by one, the chefs will each craft two-courses with live cooking demonstrations in front of the guests, as they choreograph different tastes through their dishes and creations with unique Thai flavours.
Expect an array of unusual dishes. Highlights include raw cod fish with spicy marinated with Thai herbs, cod crackling and cod roe by chef Chayawee; Thai Kobe A5 pon-yang-kham beef, slow-roasted with Siamese cassia leaves and roasted chili-coconut by chef Ian; and coconut Morpf-Mehkong sugar cane – passion fruit “en surprise” with ginger kefir infused pineapple and southern yellow curry ice-cream, salted Amalfi and lemon meringue by chef Andersen.
“This collaborative dinner will highlight the magnificence of Thai gastronomy in a unique and exceptional way. The chefs will be adapting the popular concept at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, where guests witness the theatre-style performances of the chefs and their teams as they prepare each course,” Alex Pichel, general manager of Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok told FOUR.