Located in a standalone house at the end of a quiet, leafy alley, this Swiss restaurant isn’t particularly fancy but is homey, rustic and warm, with the chef and manager making regular appearances. Make sure to try its thinly sliced air-dried beef with smoked bacon, dried hams and pickles, and the geschmorte lammhaxe mit eierschwammen (braised Australian lamb shank served with gravy and chanterelle mushrooms).
Chesa is the Bangkok culinary equivalent of a rustic Swiss chalet. The menu focuses on traditional Swiss cuisine like white asparagus, Raclette cheese, and various fondues. But it also serves seasonal dishes, and even wild game— like venison and wild boar—from autumn hunts. Up for a larger celebration dinner, or business meeting? There is also a homey private room (that holds up to 24 people) with attentive service, in this standalone house.
|Chesa, 5 Sukhumvit Soi 20 (Sukhumvit), Bangkok, Thailand
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