Proclaimed the “new Noma” by Britain’s Telegraph newspaper, it’s fair to say that Copenhagen’s ultra-seasonally focused 108 restaurant is something of a darling among international foodie circles.

This Dec 7-8, test out why when head chef Kristian Baumann visits Bangkok to cook alongside this city’s own Garima Arora at her Lang Suan restaurant, Gaa.

Garima’s been making waves of her own recently after becoming the first Indian woman in the world to win a Michelin star.

Gaa, which is backed by chef Gaggan Anand and stands opposite his four-time Asia’s 50 Best-winning institution, picked up the star when the Michelin guide to Bangkok launched last week, with the critics singling out how Garima turns locally sourced ingredients into “something unexpected.”

Priced at B4,500, the menu has yet to be released, beyond details that it will include certain signatures from 108’s kitchen together with dishes created in collaboration between the two chefs.

Opened in 2016, 108 won its first Michelin star just one year later. The restaurant, set in an old canalside warehouse, is most famous for food that embraces pickling, fermentation and curing techniques.

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