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A San Sebastian culinary legend is coming to Bangkok

Mugaritz is comfortably one of the best kitchens in the world right now. 

By Wanvida Jiralertpaiboon | Oct 20, 2017

  • A San Sebastian culinary legend is coming to Bangkok
    Credit: www.mugaritz.com
The House on Sathorn welcomes Spanish chef Andoni Luis Aduriz from the two Michelin-starred Mugaritz in Spain this Dec 8-9. 
 
Aduriz’s blend of traditional Basque cuisine and avant-garde techniques has made the San Sebastian-hailing restaurant one of the most revered culinary spaces in the world (it’s also at no. 9 in World’s 50 Best this year). 
 
In Bangkok, the chef will be offering a 13-course dinner menu at B11,500 (B14,000 with wine pairing). We don’t have word on what those courses might be, just yet, but Aduriz’s cuisine is always about the best of Basque, whether its fresh Atlantic seafood or rich, mature beef (this is the part of the world that gives us Rubia Gallega). 
 
Still not convinced? World’s 50 Best this year described Mugaritz as “the natural heir to the title of Spain’s most pioneering chef after Ferran Adria.”
 
The House on Sathorn, 106,108 North Sathorn Rd., 02-344-4025. Open daily noon-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm. BTS Chong Nonsri.
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