An extravagant Indian brunch at Gaa, BK Restaurant Week, wine and chocolate pairing and cocktails with tea.
Thu, Sep 19
Through Sep 29, BK Magazine is partnering with over 60 of the city’s best restaurants to serve hundreds of special set menus starting from just B750++. For restaurant names, menus and booking, head to the website.
Daily through Sep 29. Various locations
Love gin? Then don't miss this masterclass led by Australian Jason Williams—the "Master of Gin" at Singapore's renowned Atlas bar, which boasts the world's biggest gin collection. You can catch him from 2-4pm for the masterclass or 8pm-midnight for tasty cocktails during his guest bartending shift.
Seen Restaurant and Bar, 26/F, Avani Riverside, Rd., 02-431-9120
This Thursday, head to Central Food Hall for a six-course menu dedicated to produce and wines from New Zealand (B1,900/person).
Central Food Hall, 7/F, Central World, 999/9 Rama I Rd., 081-266-3485
To gear up for the launch of their meat-free menu, Grand Hyatt Erawan is stationing a Beyond Meat food truck in its driveway between Sep 19-23. Hot dogs will be just B70, while burgers will be B100. From Sep 23, you'll be able to try the full menu at The Dining Room and Bar@494, featuring the Beyond Som Tum Burger (B450) and Beyond Curry Sausage (B290).
Sep 19-23, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, 494 Ratchadamri Rd., 02-254-1234
Fri, Sep 20
Savor an extravagant eight-course dinner led by eight renowned chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants across the world, including Nick Kim, chef/co-owner of New York City’s sleek three-Michelin-starred omakase Shuko, and Paul Liebrandt, formerly of the two-Michelin-starred Corton in New York (B10,000/person or B12,500 with wine pairing). Other events related to So Sofitel's annual celebration of high-wire gastronomy include a European-Chinese fusion dinner by Nicolas Elalouf (of Hong Kong's Man Mo) on Sep 17 (B2,500/person); a baking workshop led by Iron Chef Thananya Kaikaew (Sep 20, B2,400/person); a kaiseki and sake dinner by chef Takatomo Izumi (Jiki Miyazawa,Kyoto) on Sep 17 (B8,888/person); and the 16-chef Culinary Showdown (Sep 18-19), which culminates in a four-course dinner with wine pairing (B4,500/person). For details and bookings, see the website.
Park Society, 29/F, SO Sofitel, 2 North Sathorn Rd., 02-624-0000
Head to Nonthaburi's green oasis this Sep 20-21 to catch chef Charlie Carrington (owner of Melbourne's acclaimed Atlas Dining) whipping up a special five-course dinner with wine pairing (B2,600). Reserve your seat via email@example.com or message them on Facebook.
Sweet Poppy, 90/10 Samakee Rd., Nonthaburi, 020-005-5206
Sat, Sep 21
Wine Garage and chocolatier Kad Kokoa are teaming up for a unique event that will pair Thai single-origin chocolate with sweet and fortified wines.
5:30-7pm. Another Story, EmQuartier, 695 Sukhumvit Rd. B1,000/person (12 seats only)
Learn how to choose and cook ingredients that will optimize your health, and diet, taught by certified nutritionist and health coach, Cecilia Yu.
Enjoy vodka-based cocktails created by two master mixologists: Kae Yin (Aha Saloon, Taiwan) and Tsuyoshi Miyazaki (Bar ‘Pippin,' Japan).
Find The Locker Room, 406 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 061-524-2689
Sun, Sep 22
Michelin-starred Gaa's first ever brunch takeover will see special guest chef Palash Mitra (of Hong Kong's New Punjab Club) colllaborate with Gaa's own chef Garima Arora for a feast of Indian soul food—think samosa chaat, tandoori cobia (fish), beef kakori kebabs and more, accompanied by cocktails by Tropic City.
Head to Ekkamai for an all-you-can-eat tapas and paella feast (B950/person), with 15 percent off all bottles of wine.
Broken Eggs, 112/7 Sukhumvit Soi 63 (Ekkamai), 02-047-7811
This week (Sep 22-29) at Cocotte is all about premium imported beef: Charolais from France (B1,590/250gr), Takumi from Japan (B2,490/300gr) to Prime Grade Angus from the USA (B1,790/250gr) and more.
Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery, Sukhumvit Soi 39, 092-664-6777
Mon, Sep 23
Sathorn’s Michelin-starred French restaurant will present a five-course dinner of lobster, frog legs, ostrich and Iberico lamb, paired with wines from Maison Les Alexandrins in Rhône, France (B5,500/person).
J’AIME by Jean-Michel Lorain, U Sathorn Hotel, 02-119-4899
Wed, Sep 25
On Sep 25, Liberation is inviting renowned mixologist Gagan Gurung (of Tell Camellia, Hong Kong) to showcase his experimental tea cocktails.
Liberation, Piman 49, Sukhumvit Soi 49, 093-654-2500
Embrace your green side and shop for fresh organic produce and hand-made products at True Digital Park.
Sep 26-27, 101 Sukhumvit Rd, 095-536-9559
This boozy workshop will introduce you to the world of whiskey collectors and beyond, featuring tasting of six rare bottles of single malt, rum and cognac, as well as handcrafted single malt chocolate by Shabar and nibbles (B3,000/person).
Sep 28, The Workshop 211, 354/3 Ekkamai Soi 20, 064-048-5608
Every last Saturday of the month, get your fill of bagels at On Nut's healthy cafe, featuring plant-based toppings and meal deals (bagel B140; bagel and coffee B220; bagel and smoothie B290).
Sep 28, Nourish Cafe Bangkok, Fight Lab, Sukhumvit Soi 50, 099-783-4530
On Sep 30, Peninsula Bangkok brings together over 35 leading restaurants, including Baan, Blue Elephant, Bo.lan, Karmakamet Diner, La Casa Nostra, Olta, R-Haan, Water Library and more to celebrate Eat Drink Pink’s fifth anniversary and to raise money and awareness for the Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer Foundation. B3,000 per ticket per person.
Oct 1, 7pm. The Peninsula Bangkok, Charoen Nakhon Rd. Reservations on 02-020-2888 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.