This Thonglor art space is also a chef's table restaurant.
Thonglor's newest art space is also a chef's table restaurant.
At Ekamian, Parkorn "Tan" Kosiyabong, the chef behind One Ounce Chang Chui, teams up with his artist friends to open a space that’s all about live electronic music, exhibitions and chef’s table-only, local ingredient-based dinners.
Available from Thu-Sat, these meals (from B1,500 for six courses) are only available for 12 seats at a time, with bookings required three days in advance. A select few a la carte options (all B320) give you an idea of the creative, globe-spanning flavors on offer: Jumping Frog (frog legs, herbs and garlic foam) and Sticky Back Alley Ribs (pork ribs, sticky soy honey and crispy garlic).
To coincide with the venue's official opening this Saturday (Jan 6), an exhibition named Did You See the Sky Falling? (showing until Mar 4) will collect photos and videos taken on a retro digital camera by filmmaker Komtouch Napattaloong. At the launch party, there will also be an electro DJ set from Tada Hengsapkul (better known as a provocative photographer) and some special bites from chef Tan.