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The Suhring twins have already built a solid reputation elsewhere in Bangkok but now they showcase their gourmet German cooking in a stylish modern home environment. Try to avoid being seated in the garden annex conservatory as it can be a little noisy as guests come and go.
Rating : 19/20
Initially eight- and 12-course sample menus were offered but recently a Speisekarte has been added for a more classic dining touch. First-timers should opt for one of the tasting menus, which change seasonally and with availability of produce. Brotzeit is a simple dish of breads served with cold cuts, pickles, lard and a butter but the simplicity belies the use of the imported European ingredients that give it an authentic twist. Perigod winter truffle has been introduced as an optional extra for a pasta course of soft egg noodles and belper knolle. For a truly immersive dining experience take a seat at the chef’s table in the kitchen, where you can see first hand how the Suhring twins and their team add the finishing touches to what is as much a visual tour of German gastronomy as it is a journey of tastes.
Rating : 39/40
The wine list reflects the owners’ preference for bio-dynamic produce, claiming with reason that it sits well on the palate with the food cooked. A predominantly Old World list curated with a knowledgeable sommelier service.
Rating : 17/20
Rating : 18/20