These new dishes demand a revisit.

If you haven't paid a visit to Sala Daeng's Eat Me in a while, now is the time. Chef Tim Butler's enduringly popular restaurant has long been a fixture on regional restaurant lists thanks to its creative, flavor-packed dishes across a wide price range. While classics like the lip-smacking mixed clams, spicy wagyu tartare “laab” and melt-in-your-mouth Australian wagyu tomahawk thankfully remain, these new dishes are just too good not to share.

The mouthwatering new creations include sea urchin bruschetta (B1,500), topped with a tomato salsa, serrano ham, nori and a generous amount of sea urchin; a whole roasted lamb rack (B2,600/3 pax), grilled and paired with briny olives, thyme and a vincotto dressing; lobster with bucatini pasta (B1,200) topped with colatura di alici anchovy sauce; and smoked hen of the woods mushrooms with white bean puree and hazelnut salad (B650). It's additions like these that have kept Eat Me top of its game over an impressive two-decades—and that keep drawing us back in.

 

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