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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Cuisine de Garden

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The space in Ekkamai previously belonging to Toot Yung and Pandora Art galleries is now home to a new offshoot of Chiang Mai’s nature-inspired restaurant Cuisine de Garden.
The design courtesy of architect Sorakit “Mon” Kitcharoenroj (Integrated Field) sees a dining room of dark wood flooring and raw concrete punctuated by actual tree trunks, setting the scene for chef-owner Leelawat “Nan” Mankongtiphan’s food, which is available only in a six-course set dinner (B1,590).
Dishes play with various forms and textures of ingredients, like Rain Forest, which combines beef tartare with beef tuille, seasoned cured egg yolk and parsley powder, and Farm, which sees goat milk presented as panna cotta with crispy milk chips, milk snow and macadamia flower honey. 
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Phone: 061-626-2816
Cuisine de Garden, Ekkamai Soi 2, Bangkok, Thailand



Nearest Train:

BTS Ekkamai

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun 6-11pm



Open Since:

August, 2017
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