2019 Asia 50 best restaurant 28th best Asian chef 2018 Bee Satongun Break through the tradition boldly deduce traditional Thai cuisine although the dishes may not always be taste-friendly
Paste is located at 999 Ploenchit Road, | 3 fl., Gaysorn, Next Door to Intercontinental Hotel, Lumpini, Bangkok 10330, Thailand. The itinerary in Bangkok will continue to visit several famous stores. This is the first one. It won the best female chef in Asia in 18 years, and ranked 28th in Asia’s 50 best restaurants in 19, with one Michelin star. They are good at blending all kinds of curry sauces with all kinds of ingredients, especially there are several layers, and the taste is very good! If compared with the fine dining of those Michelin-starred restaurants in Shanghai, the price is still better.
In Bangkok, many high-end restaurants have Thai cuisine, and the chefs are all from abroad. Paste is one of them. The chef was founded in 2013 by the chef "Bee" from Australia Jason and Thai wife. Paste uses a very old recipe and reinterprets this slightly mysterious dish. This is due to the chef Bee’s habit of searching for ancient recipes for many years. She will use her own ideas to adjust the ingredients and ingredients.
The strictness of details, cooking skills and professional knowledge makes Paste's Thai cuisine very special. This complex and layered taste has become the Paste that has captured the stomachs of customers and is opened in the alleys, but because of its too hot, 2015 Moved to Gaysorn, a high-end shopping mall, and the dining environment has been greatly improved. This also made this restaurant ranked 28th in Asia's 50 Best Restaurants in 2019, and won a Michelin star.
You can make a reservation on the official Paste website. It is booked through a link to Chope. Of course, you can book directly on Chope. I ordered lunch without drinking, and the final bill was about 1,000 yuan. The amount of dishes is good. I like Thai yellow curry the most. Of course, I mainly rely on this dish when I am full. Stirring white rice not only tastes good, but also feels full. I finished eating and chatted with the chef Bee. She said that each curry is made with different spices. The yellow curry is made with turmeric, which has a smoother taste.
What A Gem! Worth the Hunt.This was definitely my best meal in Bangkok and one of the best on my trip. However, it took me a while to find it. Due to a problem getting taxis from my accommodation to this area I took the Skytrain option and the directions given on the Paste website were a bit vague for a walker unfamiliar with the area. However I eventually found it hidden away down a Soi off a Soi and was surprised that I was one of only 6 diners there that Sunday night - maybe the rest came later at night? It is a delightful small space and the staff are very attentive, but the highlight is the brilliant food. After a very tasty morsel of an appetizer I had a .Smoked Duck entree followed by Three Time Cooked Pork in Tamarind Caramel. Both dishes were very interesting and very tasty. I will return, unfortunately not soon enough.
Modern ThaiWe went to the new branch of Paste at Gaysorn Plaza.We have put this place on our places to eat in Bangkok list which we send to friends when they ask us.The food was different to what you normally find. Beautifully served, very tasty and interesting.We had the lemongrass cheese cake for dessert and loved it. It was more a deconstructed cheese cake and finished off a delicious meal perfectly.It is expensive by Thai standards.
Excellent !!!It was rather difficult to find but this is one of Bangkoks top restaurant. Great modern Thai food and in comparison to anything in Australia reasonable priced. A must do if you are in Bangkok.
Better than one might thinkAs a Bangkok resident I find Paste to be curiously underrated. In reality, it has gotten better over the last year or so, the kitchen seems to have come together well. This is carefully researched Thai food a bit like that of The Local on soi 23, but in some respects a little better ( not all ). Its a slightly small space, not much going on, but elegant and intimate - I like it. Theres a little cocktail bar upstairs that makes very good mixes. Last meal I had here was really excellent - I was a little surprised. Textured, deep curries, superb, complex salads. Its now one of my go-to places for serious Thai and they deserve some kudos.
Stunning food and service staffA lovely restaurant with superb service staff and some lovely views back over Bangkok.The food is modern Thai with some very interesting flavours, full flavours and not too spicy for my western palette. The ambience in the dining room was generally lovely except for one or two Australian Chefs in uniform sitting in the dining room having discussions about food, trip advisor and things in general. This impacted negatively on our experience