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This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok

Siam Paragon’s new all-day-dining spot serves unique Asian fusion food.

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By BK-PROMOTED | Apr 11, 2017

  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok
  • This Asian-fusion specialist from Hong Kong is like nothing else in Bangkok

The electric blue-and-pink glow of Siam Paragon’s latest opening, Townhouse, will be familiar to anyone who’s dined on the original Hong Kong branch’s fusion egg waffles and inventive Asian flavor combos.

Founded in 2015 in Lang Kwai Fong by the Gaia Group (those same people responsible for IFC Tower’s fusion hit Glasshouse, as well as for bringing our own Greyhound Cafe to Hong Kong), Townhouse has made its name from bold Asian fusion flavors that merge food cultures from around the region on a single plate—with the odd nod to Europe thrown in, too.

The new Bangkok branch is no different, where HK cafe staples like egg waffles come pepped up with Italian Serrano ham (B140) and sweet waffles get a fruity Thai kick with mango ice cream and fresh mango (B220)—perfect with a steaming mug of coffee.

Townhouse is more than just a cafe, though. Heatier bites come in the form of Singaporean-style stir-fried noodles with lobster meat, Serrano ham and foie gras (B580) and robata-grilled pork neck with sambal sauce (B90). Also try the Bali-inspired Dirty Duck (B420), which features half a perfectly crispy fried duck with juicy meat that falls from the bone, served with sticky rice and jaew sauce.

The design work of Hong Kong-based architect Hugh Zimmerman sees cool neon lighting paired with lounge-y mustard sofas for a vibe thats light and relaxed during the day but cool and understated at night.

Speaking of night-time, drop by in the evening to check out creative cocktails like the Golden Triangle (curry leaf-infused rum, peach liqueur, apricot brandy and ginger foam, B350) and Welcome to Town (chamomile-infused gin, triple sec, vanilla syrup, lemon, grapefruit and orange juice, B350).

Teetotalers can also get creative drinks like the signature lemon iced tea (B90) served in an upside-down bottle over crushed ice. A few tables outside also make the perfect outdoor chillout spot.

G/F, Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Rd., 02-129-4559. Opening Hours: daily 11am- midnight  bit.ly/2nzgCDA


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