Heirloom Thai Cuisine
Michelin-starred Paste lies in the heart of Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong district adjacent to the Intercontinental Hotel, and is considered to be one of Bangkok’s most interesting restaurants.
A fusion of age-old customs and contemporary creative twists will deliver to your plate unique, authentic, flavour-filled dishes presented in inventive and imaginative ways.
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Paste is a study in Thai culinary history. Chef-owners Bongkoch ‘Bee’ Satongun and her husband Jason Bailey have spent years painstakingly studying and chronicling the evolution of Thai cuisine, discovering century-old recipes and long-forgotten techniques in the process.
Pomelo salad with char-grilled scarlet prawns, Asian citron, chilli jam and gapi khoei plankton paste.
ยำ ส้มโอ, ใบชะพลู, กุ้งสีแดงจากสเปน, ส้มแก้ว, น้ำ พริกเผาสูตรทางร้านและกะปิเคย
History of Excellence
Motivated to unearth hidden culinary combinations, Chef Bee continually researches, tests and polishes historical recipes and traditions, many of which have been all but forgotten. She travels frequently across the diverse landscapes of rural Thailand to discover, gather and collect unique ingredients which cause her carefully balanced dishes to shine. Bee shares some of that knowledge at the Traditional Thai Food website, including recipes previously served at Paste.