Thailand’s Michelin-quality restaurants
MEZZALUNA – Bangkok
Bangkok’s Mezzaluna takes top class dining to a whole new level, the 65th at Tower Club, lebua, to be precise.
The two Michelin Star restaurant offers guests breathtaking 180-degree views over the city combined with innovative fine European-style culinary experiences.
Chef Ryuki Kawasaki uses seasonal ingredients from international growers and local artisanal producers to produce tasting menus are reinvented on a daily basis and paired with wines to deliver an unforgettable experience.
PRU – Phuket
PRU was Phuket’s first restaurant to earn a Michelin star in 2019, and has become a must-visit stopover for foodies visiting the island.
Inspired by Phuket’s culinary past, PRU is driven to elevate farm to table cooking to a whole new level, formulating menus using produce from its own farm combined with other fresh ingredients from local sources.
In head chef Jim Ophorst, PRU has one of the most highly rated young chefs in the world, and he has been a driving force in revolutionising the island’s food scene.
David’s Kitchen – Chiang Mai
Davids’s Kitchen at 909 in Thailand’s ancient capital, Chiang Mai, prides itself on serving up some of the best food and hospitality diners will find anywhere in country.
Partners in the culinary powerhouse that is David’s Kitchen, David Gordon, Khun Prom and Chef O aim to deliver classic French cuisine “with an Asian accent”.
With Chiang Mai being included in the 2020 Michelin Guide for Thailand, David’s Kitchen will most likely earn itself a star for the high quality of its dishes and services.