MyEO Dinners

BolanBo.lan

Bo.lan is founded on the belief that the best Thai restaurants should be found in Thailand. With that in mind, the two chefs, Duangporn Songvisava and Dylan Jones, started Bo.lan. The name Bo.lan comes from Chef Duangporn’s nickname Bo and the second half of Dylan’s name Lan. It is also a play on the Thai word for vintage or ancient, which sounds the same but is spelled slightly different. Bo.lan prides itself for working closely with local farmers and feels that it has a social responsibility to the local community. Bo.lan advocates the use of bio diversified produce and this is reflected in the ever-changing menu.

It’s listed as No. 37 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. Bo.lan is constantly trying to lessen its environmental impact with the goal of achieving a zero carbon restaurant by 2018.

When: Wednesday 11 May, Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Bo.lan Restaurant, 24 Sukhumvit 53 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:10 p.m.)
Cost US$100 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


IssayaIssaya Siamese Club

Issaya Siamese Club is the flagship home for internationally renowned Chef Ian Kittichai. The location incorporates Chef Kittichai’s Thai cuisine and style in a relaxed atmosphere of dining with a lounge that has a hip garden party vibe. It’s located in a historical 100-year-old Thai villa and its tropical gardens in central Bangkok. In 2014, Issaya Siamese Club was honored to be included in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, sponsored by S. Pellegrino and Aqua Panna.

Issaya is the ground floor dining outlet that includes both a dining room and large outdoor terrace. The menu features Chef Kittichai’s unique signature Thai cuisine of traditional ingredients and flavors with international and progressive cooking methods.

Chef Ian Kittichai has appeared on various episodes of Iron Chef America and Iron Chef Japan and of course, Iron Chef Thailand.

When: Wednesday 11 May, Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Issaya Siamese Club, 4 Soi Sriaksorn, Chuea Phloeng Rd, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:15 p.m.)
Cost US$95 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


NahmNahm

Voted by the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurants (No. 22) and Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants (No. 7) in 2015, Nahm at Metropolitan by COMO, Bangkok is a place both for serious gourmet and for those who desire to learn more about authentic Thai cuisine.

Nahm has proved itself one of the best places for Thai cuisine in Sathorn, the central Bangkok district where Metropolitan by COMO resides.

The restaurant occupies the ground floor of the hotel, overlooking the outdoor pool. Guests may dine within its cool interiors or out on the terrace, and there’s also a private dining room ideal for corporate or social events.

When: Wednesday 11 May, Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Nahm Restaurant, 27 S Sathorn Rd, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:20 p.m.)
Cost US$100 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


BaanKhanithaBaan Khanitha

Located directly on Sathorn Road with ample parking, Baan Khanitha’s stately home‘s many rooms are perfect for savouring true Thai flavour either among intimates or within a large joyous group in Khanitha‘s Gallery exhibiting selected local and international artists.

For nearly two decades, guests and friends of Baan Khanitha have always felt at home while enjoying good company and fresh authentic Thai cuisine, using only the very best fresh products without preservatives or chemicals, such as Monosodium glutamate. Ingredients also include organic fruit & vegetables straight from their very own Baan Panalai Organic Farm – all served in a welcome, Thai style.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Baan Khanitha Restarant, 10120, 67 S Sathorn Rd, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:20 p.m.)
Cost US$95 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: Open


BussaracumBussaracum

For three decades, Bussaracum has defined royal Thai cuisine. Upon opening in 1982, the restaurant was the kingdom’s very first to specialize in royal household dishes, which are known for their distinctive ingredients, decorations and flavors. Bussaracum today continues to refine its approach not only to royal Thai recipes but also to the many dishes and regional variations comprising all of Thailand’s national cuisine.

Now with a charming new location in a spacious renovated home compound surrounded by gardens – where in fact grow many of the herbs and spices used by the restaurant’s skilled kitchen staff – Bussaracum invites all to experience the finest in Thai cuisine.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Bussaracum Restaurant, 1 Si Wiang, Sathorn / Silom,Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:25 p.m.)
Cost US$45 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


ElementsElements

Experience unforgettable authentic flavors and inspired modern cuisine at The Okura Prestige Bangkok hotel’s fine dining restaurant.

French cuisine with Japanese influences in a relaxed, informal setting with menus that reflect a remarkable blend of textures, temperatures, flavors and colors. Enjoy stunning views of downtown Bangkok from the alfresco cantilevered deck before dining in comfort and style in our culinary theater complete with open kitchen.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Elements Restaurant, The Okura Prestige Bangkok, 57 Witthayu Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:30 p.m.)
Cost US$105 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


GagganGaggan

Set in a stunning whitewashed colonial-style wooden house in the heart of downtown Bangkok, the award-winning Gaggan offers a culinary experience like no other. Drawing on his memories of the amazing street food and diversity of India’s different regional cuisines, Chef Gaggan Anand uses science and modern technology to create modernist and progressive re-interpretations of traditional recipe that have made his restaurant the top dining destination in Bangkok with residents as well as visitors.

Asking yourself why should you dine at Indian Restaurant while you’re in Bangkok? Gaggan received more than 300 votes to be No. 1 of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for years 2015 and 2016.

When: Wednesday 11 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Gaggan Restaurant, 68/1 Soi Langsuan Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Bangkok 10330 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:20 p.m.)
Cost US$140 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


Je Ngor Kitchen

Je Ngor Kitchen is a favorite and most Thais living in Bangkok will associate this name with great seafood. But for you to enjoy great local food like Bangkok citizens do, you will need to forget your western expectations of restaurant atmosphere or decorum and enjoy food the way they often do here: in a simple setting that some may see as too minimalistic.

Je Ngor is the nickname of Bangkok-born celebrity owner, Mrs. Na-Chanok Sae-Ung, who has been on the local culinary scene of Bangkok for decades with no less than 13 restaurants across the city.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Je Ngor (Sipraya), Intersection of Maha Set Road Road and Charoen Krung 39, Maha Set Rd, Bang Rak, 10500 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:15 p.m.)
Cost US$45 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: Open


LeDuLeDu

Le Du actually comes from a Thai word which is the English synonym for the word “season” in Thai. The name reflects an emphasis on our culinary creations out of seasonal produce.

Le Du is a modern Thai-inspired eatery. We offer both a’ la carte and tasting menus featuring the extraordinary agricultural bounty of Thailand and on the centuries-old culinary cultures that have taken roots here.

Their wines are carefully chosen by our certified sommelier. The wine list features many unique and intriguing wines from around the world.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Ledu, 399/3 Soi Silom 7, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:25 p.m.)
Cost US$95 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


NeverEndingSummerNever Ending Summer

Housed in a converted warehouse where rustic touches like flecked paint and iron accents showcase the expansive space and high ceilings to their best advantage, architect Duangrit Bunnag has managed to create a warm and cozy area for diners. You’ll love that the whimsical name of The Never Ending Summer evokes impressions of halcyon days and hazy nostalgia, a theme that is reflected in the food and culinary philosophy of the restaurant.

The idea is to recreate the types of dishes that Duangrit and his partner, Naree Boonyakiat, enjoyed during their youths. To do this, Executive Chef Yeast takes inspiration from ancient recipes that can be traced back to the royal family and puts a modern interpretation on the dishes. The result? Par for course Thai dishes served alongside rare offerings like shrimp paste sweet relish served with sweet pork, salted egg yolk & fluffy catfish flakes, cold watermelon served with dried fish flakes, and braise pork belly with boiled duck eggs. For those looking for a more exotic take on traditional Thai cuisine, make it a point to head down to The Never Ending Summer for difficult-to-find treats.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Never Ending Summer, 41/5 Charoen Nakorn Khlong San Bangkok (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:00 p.m.)
Cost US$60 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: SOLD OUT


 

SomboonSomboon Seafood

In 1969, “Somboon Seafood” first opened in Samyan Area, occupying a shophouse close by Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy. This was where the famous “Poo-Phad-Phong-Karee’’ (Fried Curry Crab) was originated and became very popular among Thai diners for its freshness, deliciousness and reasonable prices.

45 years of Somboon Seafood, now there are 7 branches located all around Thailand and are known for their quality seafood.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Somboon Seafood (Surawong),169,169/7-12 Surawong Rd, Bangkok 10500 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:30 p.m.)
Cost US$50 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: Open


SupannigaSupanniga

It is a perfect combination of their passion in various cuisines and well intention to re-introduce the long lost recipes, ones that were passed down from one generation to another by Thanaruek’s grandmother (khunyai). The idea simply started with a reminiscence of her home cooked meals, which brought these traditional cooking formulas back to life at Supanniga Home Khon Kaen, where it has been well received. It is time to offer the equivalent tastes of home cooking to the people of Bangkok in a price of everyday. With khunyai’s recipes, it is a delightful experience for diners at Supanniga Eating Room to revisit their own family’s kitchens, recollect an old but familiar savor, and reunite with own heritage.

Supanniga Eating Room is a place where friends and family have joined together to create an ideal eating spot right in the heart of the city that still shares authentic and savory Thai foods.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Supanniga Restaurant, 160/11 Soi Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor) Klongton Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:00 p.m.)
Cost US$50 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: Open


TalingPlingTaling Pling

Everyone in Bangkok knows Taling Pling…majority of us has eaten at their first restaurant on soi Silom. Over the years; Taling Pling has branched out to 6 more restaurants around town. Everyone agrees that Taling Pling has had over the years consistently cooked good food, use good quality products, is reasonably priced and yummy for the tummy Thai food.

A new branch has just opened on Sukhumvit soi 34. The restaurant is situated in the childhood house of the owners of Taling Pling and their kids have turned the enormous house into an amazing looking restaurant. There is also a huge garden with outdoor sitting.

When: Thursday 12 May, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Taling Pling, 25 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110 (Leaving from Centara Grand at Central World at 6:10 p.m.)
Cost US$35 (Including transportation. Please note that this event is non-refundable.)

Registration: Open