Twin chefs Thomas and Mathias Suhring go back to their German roots.
The buzz: German twins Thomas and Mathias Sühring redefined the finedining landscape with their meticulously presented German tasting menus served amid sophisticated yet inviting environs. The years since Suhring's 2017 debut have only seen it move from strength to strength.
The food: While a la carte remains, most guests—and especially those wanting to experience Thomas and Mathias's cuisine on the chefs' own terms—opt for the "Sühring Erlebnis," a tasting menu of three "Chapters" and over 10 individual courses that play with traditional German comfort food (B5,000 or B3,000 for a shortened version; plus B3,000 or B2,000 for winr pairing). Whether it's a northern specialty of corned beef, beetroot and pickled herring, or a comic reinterpretation of the classic "currywurst" sausage, immaculate plating finesse and extraordinary produce explain why the brothers picked up two Michelin stars.
The place: Strikingly homey yet also refined. The setting in a generously portioned mid-century home round the back of Yen Akat Road retains its residential charm (note the warm details like a framed rendition of the Sühring family farm hanging on the wall), but also adds a striking open kitchen where the brothers work to the constant flicker of open flames. It's in this back portion of the house that we sug - gest guests request their seats, though the glass-walled main dining room also has its plentiful charms.
|Address:||Suhring, 10 Yen Akat Soi 3, Yen Akat Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Open since:||February, 2016|
|Opening hours:||daily 3:30-7pm; Sat-Sun 9:30-10:30am|
|Reservation recommended, Parking available, Dress requirements: No flip-flops|
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