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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Brasserie Cordonnier

  • Brasserie Cordonnier

Soho Hospitality (Above Eleven, Charcoal, Havana Social) moves into casual French dining with its latest opening, Brasserie Cordonnier.

Previously in the kitchen at J’aime, chef Clement Hernandez rolls out French classics with his own touches, including the Australian wagyu beef tartare with confit egg yolk and porcini oil (B460) and lobster bisque with sweet corn and pickled baby corn (B290).

Group mixologist Davide Sambo completes the experience with French-inspired cocktails like La Vie En Rose (rose petal-infused Barcardi, yellow Chartreuse, lemon juice and rose essence, B300).

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Phone: 094-970-8599
Brasserie Cordonnier, 33/30 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Nana

Opening Hours:

daily 6pm-midnight

Cuisine:

French

Open Since:

June, 2017
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