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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Birds Rotisserie

  • Birds Rotisserie
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  • Birds Rotisserie

This collaboration between French chefs Julien Lavigne (Oskar) and Jeremy Tourret (formerly of El Mercado and L’Appart) is all about chicken.

Birds Rotisserie cooks up three day-marinated, free-range chickens in a huge spit oven, then dishes them out in a setting that’s industrially on-trend.

For B280/quarter to B790/whole, expect perfectly crisp skin and tender meat to go with sides like new potato tossed in the rotisserie dripping (B120) and coriander-pesto roasted baby carrots (B150). Amantee’s rustic bread is at hand to mop up the fat—or to eat with silky, chicken liver mousse (B210). 

They're currently focusing on delivery (add on a fee of B40 through Foodpanda) and pick-up, but they'll be open for dining in by mid-July. 

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Phone: 095-594-6675
Birds Rotisserie, Nang Linchi Soi Amon, Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Sathorn

Opening Hours:

Wed-Sun 5:30-10:30pm; Mon 5:30-10:30pm

Cuisine:

Western

Open Since:

June, 2017
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