Eat Me, the Silom fine dining institution that has been seducing diners with creative, flavor-packed dishes for over 20 years, introduces an all-new tasting menu experience to its repertoire, and all three options are decidedly pandemic-friendly. (By that, we mean they won’t decimate your already diminished bank account.) 
The two prix fixe menus (B1,500/B2,500) offer a soup, starter, main, and dessert each. Those menus offer choices like a Casco Bay lobster bisque topped with roasted tomato and white anchovy, a red curry oxtail “tartine,” preserved black truffle vialone nano risotto, and a 24-hour cured duck confit with a Tabasco emulsion and bacon. Dessert includes either the signature sticky date pudding or a pavlova.
A new six course tasting menu (B2,900), meanwhile, offers you decadent dishes like Murasaki sea urchin bruschetta with Chiang Rai tomato and Serrano ham, a giant grilled palamos carabinero prawn and ohmi wagyu striplion from Japan’s Shiga prefecture, perfectly seared with Iya Valley yuzu kosho.
You can add a three-glass wine pairing to any of the above options for B1,000. Going veg for Jay Fest? Eat Me offers a bunch of vegan dishes, too.
1/6 Soi Phiphat 2, 02-238-0931