The menu is set, but allows a choice
of routes. Start with Nibblings, including soy meringue,
scented lotus root and seaweed tapioca. The star of
the Street Cooking stage is pork crackling with nam
prik, presented under a dome filled with smoke as if
you're walking by a vendor's cart. The main section has
a choice of frozen curry dishes-red with lobster salad
or green with cod and beetroot-in double dishes with
liquid nitrogen added for that mad scientist effect.
Desserts include mango sticky rice jelly with cotton
candy lime mint sparkles. The bite-size courses take on
an almost scientific feel, at once fun and challenging.
Flavours are familiar, but textures are unique and sweet
wins out over savoury, which may not be to all tastes.
Imagine being transported to a universe
where everything from your present life is refracted into
its stylised quintessence. That pretty much describes
Sra Bua, a satellite of the Michelin-starred Kiin Kiin in
Copenhagen. The playful collision of Thai cuisine with
molecular gastronomy will leave most diners intrigued,
some confused and others ready for a return trip.
Siam Kempinski Hote l Bangkok , 991/9 Rama I Rd, Bangkok 1033
|Buffets: No || ||Dress code: Smart Casual |
|Private Rooms: ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 1,000 baht ||Tel: 0-2162-9000 |
|Car Valet: Yes ||Price: 2,400 baht/person |
|Open Time: Lunch: noon-2:30pm; Dinner: 6:00pm-11:00pm |