Private dining just got a whole lot more interesting with Bangkok’s newest arrival, AdHoc.
Taking an elegant yet casual approach to fine dining, head chef Tap draws inspiration from his Thai-Chinese heritage, as well as his globe-spanning experience in kitchens everywhere from England to Melbourne. The delicate, contemporary Asian-inspired menu highlights ingredients from dedicated farmers across the region in 10 tasting courses (B3,400/person), which change quarterly, in keeping with the seasons.
Currently, you’ll find dishes like bluefin tuna larb with pickled carrots, miang kham ice cream and free range Dombes duck with blackberries, red Chinese plum and a crisp red cabbage cake. A curated selection of wines is available for pairing (B1,600 for entree/B2,550 for special list).
With its intimate and minimal design—complete with a makeshift fireplace and open kitchen—the setting screams Nordic elegance. An imposing crystal chandelier draws your eyes to the second and third floors, which will soon be transformed into a laid-back bar for diners.
As it is a private dining affair, they only take only one reservation per night for a minimum of five people and a maximum of 14.
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