Swiss Swiss, bish.
From now through Jan 2, 2020, The St. Regis Bangkok is hosting The Peak, a pop-up countertop where diners can expect to be treated to Swiss fine dining inspired by Andreas Caminada, acclaimed chef-owner of the three-Michelin-starred Schloss Schauenstein, a restaurant housed in a fairytale castle in the Swiss Alps.
The pop-up will feature a six-course menu, as well as additional snacks that chef Caminada prepared specially for The Peak. Delivering these exclusive dishes is head chef David Hartwig, whose own Michelin-starred experience includes Paradise Hotel in Ftan, Switzerland, The Nomad Hotel in New York and IGNIV in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
The restaurant will be limited to only 12 diners per evening, who'll be treated to dishes like black cod pumpkin cicorino rosso, mackerel avocado daikon wasabi and lamb loin lamb belly harissa sea buckthorn.
“The Peak” six-course dinner is priced at B3,200++/person, and it’s available every Tue-Sat from 6pm-10pm at Jojo, the St. Regis hotel’s flagship Italian restaurant. Call 02-207-7777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book in advance.
Come April, Jojo at The St. Regis will be replaced entirely with IGNIV by Andreas Caminada, a fine-dining, sharing-style restaurant whose two predesccesors in Switzerland have each earned a Michelin star.