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There's finally something going on at the shop-houses opposite Gaggan

Set to open this month, a new project bankrolled by the chef behind Asia's best restaurant. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | Mar 06, 2017

  • There's finally something going on at the shop-houses opposite Gaggan
    Gaa
  • There's finally something going on at the shop-houses opposite Gaggan
    Gaa

Finally, there’s something going on at the shop-houses opposite Gaggan. But it’s not the curry house that chef Gaggan Anand kept us dreaming about.

Instead, the chef is investing in Gaa, a restaurant helmed by Gaggan's talented former sous chef, Garima Arora, which aims to make the most of ingredients found along the strip of land from Northeastern India to Bangkok.

Expect a tasting menu of dishes made from scratch with plenty of modern techniques, while the bar area upstairs will allow you to order a la carte snacks to go with your drinks. 

We paid a brief visit to the vibrantly-painted venue, and the spacious dining room and kitchen are more than ready to welcome diners. Gaa is set to open Mar 15.

For those living under a rock, Gaggan was last month announced as Asia's best restaurant for the third year running. 

68/3 Lang Suan Rd., 092-649-1909. www.facebook.com/gaabangkok
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