Chef Vicky Cheng has led VEA Restaurant in Hong Kong to a Michelin star and no. 34 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. This May 16-17, he’ll be cooking alongside a Bangkok chef who’s achieved a similar feat.

His four-hands dinner at Paste (1* Michelin, Asia’s 50 Best no. 28 and Top Tables 2019 no. 7) with chef Bee Satongun sees the pair collaborate on a nine-course dinner under the concept “Modern Cantonese meets Modern Thai.”

Born in Hong Kong, Cheng’s cuisine fuses classical French training with his Asian heritage to create tasting menus that the local Time Out described as having “a sense of Hong Kong cuisine in every offering.”

Chef Bee, meanwhile, has consistently kept Paste in the Top 10 of our yearly Top Tables dining guide, which this year praised Paste’s “ devoutly authentic approach to southeast Asian cuisine” as the restaurant expands around the region.

The nine-course dinner costs B6,000 per person with a wine pairing option at B2,000. It takes place at Paste Gaysorn from 6:30pm.

3/F, Gaysorn Plaza, 999 Phloen Chit Rd., 02-656-1003