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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Le Cochon Blanc

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Follow the big, bright neon sign for Sukhumvit's sultry new smokehouse

Taking over what used to be modern Thai restaurant Baa Ga Din, Le Cochon Blanc gives the space a complete makeover. Gone are the rustic Thai signifiers, replaced by a moodier mix of black paint, beautiful flamingo-featuring wallpaper, chandeliers and stylish collectibles picked out by French restaurateur Fred Meyer (of other such bastions of good taste as Issaya, Pizza Massilia and Kom-Ba-Wa), a partner here. 

Between two separate dining rooms sits a massive grill pit, where chef Chandler Schultz cooks up smoked pork ribs, steaks and even lobsters.

By all means, don't miss the potato side dishes, including the super smooth and creamy mash or the delicious thick-cut fries that are cooked in dry-aged beef fat (a new contender for the best in town).

Desserts are whipped up by Issaya’s group pastry chef Arissara “Paper” Chongphanitkul—think classic American treats like strawberry shortcake and apple pie.

Le Cochon Blanc officially opens Mar 15 and prices are still being finalized. 

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Phone: 02-662-3814
Le Cochon Blanc, 26 Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

MRT Sukhumvit

Opening Hours:

daily 6pm-midnight

Cuisine:

American

Open Since:

March, 2017
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