Dining

Restaurants

La Table de Tee

Rating

Date of reviewMay 01, 2017
Cuisine French/Thai
LocationBangkok

69/5 Soi Sala Daeng, Silom Road, Bangkok 10500, Bangkok, Thailand

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Overview

Lunch hours

CLOSED

Dinner hours

6:30PM-10:30PM

Dress Code

NO

Corkage

300 Baht

Reservation

Yes

Buffet

No

Private Room

N/A

Accept Credit Card

Yes

Smoking Area

No

Review

Setting

Trained in haute gastronomy in London, Bangkok-born chef Tee Kachonklin doesn’t appear to care about expansion or endearing himself to awards judges. He just gets on with conjuring up set menus of eclectic yet comforting Franco-Thai fusion fare. There is an informality to the service that suits the intimate hole-in-the-wall setting.

Rating : 16/20

Food

The good-value set menus, which change weekly, offer five courses and typically a couple of choices for mains and desserts. One week they might begin with soft shell crab tempura in a citrusy dried fish and kaffir lime soup, the next a pork jus cream soup with hints of black truffle and blue cheese. As plates are whisked away and new ones arrive, the chef’s haute leanings and flair for plating becomes unmistakable: beef terrine, for example, boasts painterly dollops of herb celeraic cream, beetroot toast and a fine coral-like herb tuile. Mains such as pan-roasted lamb loins with turnips, spinach mash and a sweet basil curry sauce show he can do hearty as well as handsome. Exuberant desserts such as mango yoghurt chiboust and hazelnut chocolate mousse lead you smiling across the finishing line.

Rating : 35/40

Wine

A concise wine list includes plenty of Chilean, South African and French options, most under 2,000 baht. Aperitifs, digestifs and cocktails are also offered.

Rating : 16/20

Service

Rating : 16/20

Price   $$$$$

1,350 Baht/Person

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