By THE NATION
The menu was created by senior head chef Chayawee Sutcharitchan in collaboration with chef Henrik Yde-Andersen from Copenhagen’s Kiin Kiin restaurant.
The set menu comprises eight courses, beginning with tantalising bites of “street food”. The set dinner also features tom yam served with prawn crackers and Thai taco, scallop ceviche with ginger and yuzu sorbet, tom kha with wild mushrooms and truffle, yellow crab curry, Wagyu beef served with soy sesame butter and baked rice with five spices.
“This amazing dinner concludes perfectly with an enchanting dessert – orange cake with passionfruit foam and kumquat served with vanilla ice cream – as my special surprise,” said chef Chayawee Sutcharitchan.
The Journey is crafted with care and precision to bring out distinctive Thai flavours in each dish with daring playful flavours and elements of the Winter Journey set menu are crafted and choreographed with care and precision to bring out the distinctive Thai flavours in each dish using daring combinations.
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is open daily for lunch from noon to 3pm (last order at 2.30pm) and again for dinner from 6pm to midnight. The last order for the Journey menu will be taken at 9pm.