A Thai chef's table from Le Du's chef Ton overlooking Wat Pho.
Named after their late grandmother, this chef’s table by Le Du’s chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn and his two brothers comes from the heart. Located above chef Ton’s most recent opening, Mayrai Padthai, the restaurant enjoys the same prime view of Wat Pho. Flower vases, candlelight and a background track of jazz usher you into the warm space, where you can chill on the comfy sofa with an aperitif or mocktail before moving on to the orchid-dotted chef's table, which can seat up to 10 people.
Small, creative Thai bites fill the 12-course tasting menu (soft opening price: B1,990), like thinly sliced squid with lemongrass and chili; earthy lump crab curry served over a crisp betel leaf and topped with local caviar; tender pork jowl served with a fresh chili paste; and Nusara’s signature dish of lingeringly spicy wagyu pad kaprao. Everything is served on stunning dishware sourced from Chiang Mai. When the alcohol ban finally lifts, you can expect an eclectic wine list ranging from classics to natural wines.
The restaurant accepts just one seating per night for six-to-10 people, starting at 5:30pm.
|Address:||Nusara, 2/F, 22 Maharaj Rd., Bangkok, 10200 Thailand|
|Area:||Rattanakosin (Old Town)|
|Open since:||June, 2020|
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun 2:30-7pm; Mon 2:30-7pm|
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