The renowned British cafe-slash-restaurant Cafe Wolseley is set to open a pop-up venue at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel this Apr 18. For three months, patrons can dig into real-deal European favorites without burning the baht you’d need on a one-way flight to London. 
Taking a space at Parichart Court at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, the pop-up will feature the same menu as its mothership—led by none other than Australian chef Davis Stevens, former head chef of London’s Wolseley. 
For the anglophiles and car lovers among you, Wolseley’s location evolved from a Wolseley Motors showroom at 160 Piccadilly in 1921. The restaurant took shape in 2003, since becoming a spot for the world’s hi-so and jet set—just across the street from the world famous Ritz London. 
Wolseley has gained international praise for its glamorous interior, modern take on classic dishes, and world-class service, and have won plaudits from The Observer, Zagat, and Tatler. 
155, Anantara Siam Bangkok, Ratchadamri Rd., Lumphini, 02-126-8866. Open Mon-Fri noon-2:30pm, 6pm-10:30pm; Sun 6pm-10:30pm.