When it comes to dining in Bangkok, the question is not what, where, or even when to eat. With so many possibilities across the capital, you might be wondering how to make the most of it all. Whether you’re looking for style, ambience and flavour that defies anything you’ve experienced before, or a brush with world-recognised celebrity chefs, Bangkok has got a whole lot to offer.
With several Michelin-affiliated chefs moving to Bangkok, and numerous venues located inside luxury hotels, most of these restaurants do not come cheap. One thing for sure is the majority of these Bangkok dining spots are on the bucket lists of true foodies and culinary adventurers.
Le Du, located in the fine-dining haven of Silom, offers highly creative cuisine courtesy of a young Thai-born chef who, along with his team, has won over critics for his visionary techniques and approaches.
Despite its French-sounding name, Le Du is not a French restaurant at all… le du means ‘season’ in Thai and categorising the menu can be a bit difficult. It could be defined as ‘young creative cuisine with Thai roots’ – with touches from many international origins. And here, ‘young’ doesn’t mean amateur – Chef Ton at Le Du has an accomplished culinary background.