Arguably Bangkok’s busiest chef, Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn recently relocated his Thai chef’s table Nusara
to a new spot, promising an even more amazing view overlooking Wat Pho.
Named after their grandmother, this private dining restaurant sees a collaboration between Ton and his two brothers who seek to imbue a sense of warmth and nostalgia through their grandmother’s recipes.
Aficionados of Ton can expect the same quality and stunning creativity, but the venue also promises another new and exciting perk: a stand-alone bar, Nuss Bar, on the ground floor.
Recently, Nusara secured the 3rd spot at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants
, the regional version of its global World’s 50 Best Restaurants by San Pellegrino. His debut restaurant Le Du
also won the top-ranked Asian restaurant, meaning Ton has both 1st and 2nd best restaurants in Thailand according to the guide.
336, Maharaj Rd., 097-293-5549. Open daily 6.30pm-11.30pm.