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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Gastro 1/6 (RMA Institute)

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  • Gastro 1/6 (RMA Institute)
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    Baba Ganoush
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    Baby Cucumber
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  • Gastro 1/6 (RMA Institute)
    Raw Zuchini

After a few months of downtime, Gastro 1/6, the charming backyard adjoining the gallery of photographer Piyatat Hemmatat, is back in business complete with a new menu devised by Bo.lan's Bo Songvasiva.

Make a note for when the cooler months arrive to go try her sunny, Arabian-influenced menu that makes use of local, sustainably caught fish and Royal Projects produce.

The smoked barracuda comes in a dressing of herb yogurt with baby cucumber (B295), while the baba ganoush (an Arabic eggplant dip) with hazelnut dukkha and flatbread (B220) is pure summer fare.

It still shares the same, relaxing yard space with RMA Institute, which is now running an exhibition by Korean photographer Yong Hwan Lee till the end of Sep. 

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Phone: 080-603-6421
Gastro 1/6 (RMA Institute), RMA Institute, Soi Sai Namthip 2, 238 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun 8:30am-5pm

Price Range:


Open Since:

February, 2011
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Gastro 1/6 (RMA Institute)


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