Certainly one of the top restaurants in Bangkok. The German chef Mirco Keller knows how to please. Small, utterly delicious, dishes. Among others, I would recommend his pigeon.
Wine list is extensive and service does not get better.
Enjoyed a wine dinner there last week, which was great, as usual. I would, however, recommend to drop the German raspberry liquor in the Champagne for next time, as it really kills the good Champagne taste and starting a meal with a sweet sensation is not the best thing. We also wondered why a croissant was served at a welcome snack. Anyway, did not disturb the usual impression of a perfect meal. Just as an end remark: as for the Pouilly Fuisse, which was nice indeed, I maintain my point that this is certainly not a Cote de Beaune, but a Macon wine.
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