In April, Sra Bua will roll out a five-course Summer Journey set dinner menu that looks as theatrical as it does delicious.
Danish chef Henrik Yde-Andersen turned heads when his Thai restaurant Kiin Kiin became Copenhagen’s first Asian venue to gain a Michelin star, a status it has retained for the past decade.
The restaurant’s offshoot at the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, recently received that same honor in the inaugural Bangkok Michelin guide.
Head chef Chayawee Suthcharitchan attributes some of that success to Yde-Andersen, who frequently stops by to update its seasonal offerings.
In April, Sra Bua will roll out a five-course Summer Journey set dinner menu that looks as theatrical as it does delicious: expect an appetizer of red snapper and “salad cotton candy,” shown here, and other palate-pleasers.
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This article originally appeared in the April/May 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Star of the Season”).