Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Nahm, Bangkok

Australian-born chef David Thompson, considered the world's leading Thai food expert is the man behind the success of Nahm, which is consistently ranked among the finest restaurants in the world. It's not voted "Best Thai Restaurant in Bangkok" for nothing. David Thompson has been one of my favourite chefs, hence Nahm ranks high on my list of restaurants to try in Bangkok

Too afraid to miss out, I always book restaurants months in advance when I travel. Oh, the anticipation of the flavours to come. Nahm's rave-worthy dishes, astonishing flavours, excellent service and beautiful surroundings really made our experience unforgettable. Be warned though: if you cannot handle spicy-hot food, this may not be for you. 

A beautiful huge lotus leaf sculpture sits in front of this chic upscale hotel.

 Amuse-bouche: Ripe pineapple topped with palm sugar, pork, chicken, shrimp, crushed peanuts, shallots, garlic, cooked until dark brown.
This dish is what Thai food is all about, it's a balance combination of sweet, salty, sour, spicy and bitter. It's like yin and yang.

Egg Nets with Prawns, Wild Almonds and Kaffir Lime

 Little bites of heaven! So delicious.
Pork and lobster with shredded ginger and Thai citron.

 Steamed Coral Trout with Bang Rak Yellow Beans and Pickled Garlic

 Panang Curry of Wagyu Bef with Peanuts, Shallots and Thai Basil

 King Fish Salad with Pomelo, Lemongrass and Lime

 Hot and Sour Soup of River Prawn and Wild Mushrooms (Tom Yum)

 Tropical Fruit in Scented Syrup
Sweet Thai Wafers with Poached Persimmon and Golden Duck Egg Noodles

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok
27 South Sathorn Road
Tungmahamek, Sathorn
Bangkok 10120, Thailand

+66 2 625 3388

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