The first night is already gone.

This Mar 27-28, two out of Bangkok’s three two-Michelin-starred restaurants join forces. 
The Michelin Guide Dining Series brings together Ryuki Kawasaki of Mezzaluna (ultra-posh tasting-menu joint atop Lebua) and Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier of Le Normandie (equally posh French joint atop Mandarin Oriental) for two nights of French fine dining with a Thai twist. 
Despite the eye-watering B11,500 price of entry, it’s also selling fast, with tickets for the first night at Le Normandie (Mar 27) already sold out. Both nights, however, feature the same eight-course menu including wine and Champagne. 
If you want to get a taste of dishes such as Saga-prefecture wagyu beef with grilled pork neck-marinated firefly squid, Thai asparagus and watercress puree (chef Ryuki) and wild turbot with tomato, chilli and green papaya (chef Arnaud) act fast: tickets for the Mar 28 dinner at Mezzaluna are available here
Here's what a meal at Le Normandie might look like: