Meet "the American who changed how Paris eats." 

From Jun 5-9, Silom's 24-hour burger joint 25 Degrees welcomes into its kitchen Kristin Frederick, an American chef credited with kickstarting Parisians' love affair with gourmet burgers.

Back in 2011, the California native's burger truck, Le Camion qui Fume (or “The Smoking Truck”), sparked hour-long queues, with the hype even resulting in headlines labeling the chef the “American Who Changed How Paris Eats”.

Since then, Frederick—whose resume includes graduating from the famed Ferrandi culinary school and a stint at the two-Michelin-starred restaurant Apicius—has gone on to open further American-indebted openings, including Freddie's Deli, Huabu and GreenHouse.

At 25 Degrees, she's whipping up three burgers—the sticky and sweet barbecue burger (B350), the East-meets-West green chili burger (B350) and the smoky Reuben sandwich-like pastrami burger (B380)—alongside a couple of salad starters and a classic American cobbler for dessert (B180)

To go with, 25 Degrees' chef de cuisine, Sylvain Royer, has also just rolled out five new side dishes that go big on potato (try the delightfully gooey poutine, B180).

25 Degrees, G/F, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, 188 Silom Rd., 02-267-5272. Open 24 hours.