Bridging the culinary divide between East and West is the mission statement of Kolkata-born Chef Gaggan Anand, whose Bangkok restaurant has received widespread acclaim for its singular take on Indian cuisine. Housed in a breathtakingly beautiful colonial-style house, the restaurant is divided into a series of characterful private dining rooms, which remain faithful to the building’s past with cane furniture, ceiling fans and simple white-washed walls.
The genteel backdrop belies Gaggan’s adventurous and creative food, which sees him reinterpreting classic Indian dishes with modernist cooking techniques, some of which were garnered during an inspirational internship with the research team of elBulli under the guidance of Ferran Adrià. His progressive indian cuisine is plenty of molecular wizardry on the menu with foams, smokes and liquid nitrogen used to clever effect in humorously named dishes.
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68/1 Soi Langsuan, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Bangkok 10330
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