A chef's table experience that won't break the bank.
Here's a new low-key chef's table experience that won't break the bank.
Having traveled the world for some 20 years, Mor Apisitsareekul returned to her hometown to set up the home-style restaurant Storehouse Dining.
Limited to only 6-8 diners per night, there are two dining options: B1,500 for five courses and B1,900 for eight courses.
Mor doesn't boast any fancy cooking credentials (other than a short stint in one of chef Ian Kittichai's kitchens) but claims to put a lot of passion into her international fusion dishes like duck ball with pickled plum sauce, pork ribs and abalone dumplings.
There's no corkage charge for wine, too.
|Address:||Storehouse Dining, 2725/1-3 Rama 4 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Area:||Klong Toei - Upper Rama 4|
|Price Range:||BBBB - BBBB|
|Open since:||September, 2015|
|Opening hours:||Thu-Sat 6-10:30pm; Sun 11:30am-2:30pm|
|Report a correction|