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Using excellent ingredients means cooking with less seasoning while keeping the natural flavours vibrant. The chef creates every dish with the knowledge gained from his deep experience. Diners can savour every dish like a work of art.
The feast costs Bt1,200-plus.
Starters include Iberico ham and goat cheese, a beautifully plated dish with two tastes in perfect harmony; panfried foie gras; imported Ora King Salmon from New Zealand; a rich seafood broth with scallops and tomatoes from Chiang Mai; and an eyecatching purple-theme salad with roasted baby beets, feta cheese and reduced balsamic dressing.
The main courses include free-range cornfed spring chicken roasted with feekah. With a tint of cinnamon and some baby pink apples and carefully wilted spinach, this dish redefines everything you thought about chicken.
Destined to be a favourite among Thai diners, the fish filet served with Thai jasmine rice is a light, refreshing dish.
Higher-end dishes include Boston Lobster. Tasty and chewy, it is guaranteed to pair perfectly with one of our white or sparkling wines or Champagne from our list of quite impressive list.
And of course, a classic rib-eye is available for steak lovers, as juicy as you could wish and cooked precisely to your preference.
Carefully handrolled truffle tortellini by our chefs are filled with baby globe artichokes, heirloom carrots and garden peas, and finished with a light vegetable nage with butter and torn cage.
Cafe@2 is open for lunch daily from 11.30 to 2.30 and for dinner 610.30.
Call (02) 690 9999 or email email@example.com.