From Mar 26 to Apr 11
, Top Tables Champions
sees some of Bangkok’s most innovative restaurants putting on special multi-course menus for a limited period of time.
Three of those restaurants—Haoma, Yamazato and La Bottega di Luca—are taking that concept to the next level, hosting one-off dinners for one night only during Top Tables Champions.
These special VIP nights are open to everyone. The menus you see on the Top Tables site are what will be served on this specific night. The booking process is the same as regular Champions bookings. If you want a taste of something truly special, just book your seat on the Top Tables
platform like you would for any other restaurant.
Into wine and know Thai? You might be interested in a fun, casual wine class hosted at Gigi, too.
The place: Chef Deepanker Khosla aims for carbon-negative, zero-waste cooking at this neo-Indian restaurant in Phrom Phong. The menu is always changing, depending on the fresh produce the team plucks from its on-site hydroponic garden and its own farm in Chiang Mai. Expect bold flavors, no matter the dishes.
The menu: This 13-course menu features chef Khosla’s full arsenal of tricks across dishes like the tangy pomegranate seed-topped chaat, the trio of curry-infused fruits with tikka-flavored ice cream and the zero-kilometer “Haoma in a Bite,” a one-bite dish featuring dish, edible flowers, herbs and fruit grown only in the Haoma garden.
The price: B2,990++
The date: Apr 4, 6-11pm
The place: Sardinia-born head chef Andrea Ortu ensures a menu that brims with serious D.O.P. produce scoured from the lengths of Italy. The classy dining room is primed for special occasions, while the dark wooden balcony offers a more relaxed vibe.
The menu: The four-course menu offers an entirely different selection, with starters of Alba-style beef carpaccio and roasted octopus with chilled green pea sauce, mains of wild mushroom ravioli and Australian wagyu flank served Tagliata style and the chef’s awesome crepes brulee with lemon curd and fresh strawberries for dessert.
The price: B1,800++
The date: Mar 30, 5-11pm
The place: Bangkok’s home to Japanese “haute cuisine” combines a sushi bar, teppanyaki grill and private dining rooms with some serious culinary skill. The chefs are not the only things imported from Japan; pretty much everything from the fish to the tableware is, too.
The menu: The eight-course menu spans everything from sashimi of fatty tuna belly and sakura sea bream to sushi of sea snails, conger eel and salmon to grilled amberjack with miso in sakura leaf to tempura of shiitake mushrooms, pumpkin and pond smelt.
The price: B2,943++
The date: Apr 1, 6-10:30pm
Wine Garage, Longdo, Gigi Dining Hall & Bar
and Top Tables Champions are teaming up to teach you how to understand wine like an expert. This easy-to-follow class for up to 30 guests is hosted by one of Thailand’s leading wine experts, Kim Wachtveitl of Wine Garage, in uber-hip Italian restaurant Gigi.
The details: Hosted in Thai only, this sit-down, tutored wine tasting, featuring specially curated wines from Wine Garage, is geared for beginners. Expect tasty wines, tons of great information and delicious food to complement the wine from Gigi.
The price: B750+
The date: Mar 14, 3-5pm