EDITOR PICKS - NOVEMBER 2017

EDITOR'S PICKS OF THE MONTH - NOVEMBER 2017

This month we have been seeking out some intriguing dining experiences. We discovered a Tuscan villa set in the sky and serving hearty rustic Italian cuisine. We revisited, after a long gap, a favourite Mexican hangout that has undergone great changes and which along with live music and dancing features a chef from Mexico City cooking up the real deal. We found a new and exquisite Japanese restaurant modelled on Japan’s long-ago Warring States Period. We visited one of Bangkok’s most lauded French chefs to see how he has relaunched a long-established French restaurant, and we also returned to the restaurant that started Bangkok’s love affair with fine steakhouse dining.

Aldo's Bistro & Wine Bar
Aldo's Bistro & Wine Bar

Now once again led by charismatic chef Hervé Frerard, Aldo’s is part of the Cascade Club and along with impeccably sourced Mediterranean cuisine features a spectacular wine list.

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Attico
Attico

Located on the 28th level of Radisson Blu, Attico is a Tuscany-inspired restaurant with a brick-and-barrel design that evokes a rural Italian villa.

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Kantana Shabu
Kantana Shabu

Despite the name this is not a conventional shabu-shabu restaurant but an exceptional fine-dining Japanese establishment whose theme is based on the Warring States Period.

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Mexicano
Mexicano

Mexican food prepared by a chef from Mexico City and served in a party setting with live music in the Rembrandt Hotel.

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New York Steakhouse
New York Steakhouse

The longest established premier steakhouse in Bangkok, serving the finest cuts of beef and setting a benchmark for all the others.

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