The 20-course avocado-only meal costs B5,000 

Bangkok's twin obsessions collide at Aboka-tei, Sukhumvit's new omakase restaurant dedicated to avocado.  

For those who are already salivating at the news of avocado-loving cafe Hass Bistro, you're in for a real treat. This 16-seat restaurant comes with decades-old credentials from—where else?—Japan.

The restaurant claims to only use avocados grown on a single farm in Shikoku, which has been run by the same family for five generations. Every morning, they water the trees using fresh milk from Hokkaido, which, they say, results in an extra-creamy taste and texture.

What's more, the restaurant promises that every avocado they serve was plucked from the tree within 24 hours of service, though they sometimes employ curing and fermentation techniques to draw out the avocados' natural flavors.

The small army of kitchen hands (flown in from Japan) utilize what is known as the unko method of curing and marinating in salt, vinegar, soy sauce, sake and seaweed (also all flown in from Japan).

Tucked down Sukhumvit Soi 39, the restaurant features no signage beyond a two-inch-wide plaque crafted from a real avocado stone, on which the name Aboka-tei is written in Japanese.

Inside, guests are greeted by a minimal, cypress-wood counter behind which a pair of chefs slice and dice the pricey green fruit using knives sharpened on avocado-skin straps.

While Aboka-tei is new to Bangkok's dining scene, it comes with backing from all nine of Thailand's chefs in this year's Asia's 50 Best List, along with a who's-who lineup of local food Instagrammers.

A 20-course culinary journey across the many textures and flavors of avocado costs B5,000—but, be quick, they're already booked out till May. 

3/4 Sukhumvit Soi 39. Currently only taking reservations via Line message.