The Sukhothai Hotel in Bangkok is one of the city’s most exciting dining destinations, and will be playing host to a constellation of Michelin stars in November. The Art of Dining event will showcase the culinary talent of two world-renowned restaurants: one a classical French restaurant, with a twist, the other is only the second Thai restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star – after David Thompson’s Nahm.
Edouard Loubet, chef-patron of the two Michelin Star La Bastide de Capelongue in Bonnieux, France was the youngest chef to ever earn a Michelin star. He will be taking over the burners at The Sukhothai from 11-14 November, where he will be bringing his unique take on French cooking to foodies in Bangkok. His dishes are famed for their use of hand-picked local ingredients, as well as a few left-field delicacies.
From 25-28 November, Lertchal Treetawatchaivong and Henrik Yde-Andersen, chefs and owners of the one Michelin Star Kiin Kiin restaurant in Copenhagen head into the kitchens. Thai-born Treetawatchaivong and Dane Yde-Andersen caused a stir when their newly-opened restaurant was awarded a star soon after opening, and has been garnering a host of rave reviews ever since. Their modern Thai cooking is a must for visitors to Copenhagen – be sure to book table number nice, the best seat in the house.
To reserve a table at either of the events, email: firstname.lastname@example.org