Locally made charcuterie cafe is set to open in Phrom Phong
Bakery and charcuterie by day, a restaurant with wine by night featuring ex-Gaggan and ex-Gaa chefs.
Chef Radek Zarębiński, formerly Gaggan, now owner of the LA Mexican brand Cholos—the Sukhumvit Soi 12 food truck space and The Commons Thonglor restaurant—is opening a new spot in Phrom Phong called Larder, together with chef Adrian Klonowski, previously at Gaa.
During the lockdown, Chef Zarębiński began making his own charcuterie, Rad Meats, with the hopes of making it easier to find quality sausages and all-natural, additive-free cured meats. He has since expanded that mission with a line-up of charcuterie platters and sets for online delivery, and he’s about to expand the Rad Meats project into Larder.
Larder will do baked goods and charcuterie by day and serve fire-cooked dishes and wine by night. It is set to open its doors in early July.