In the relatively suburban area of Pattanakarn – Bangkok Thailand, amids the plethora of street food and cheap eats stood a new restaurant called Chef’s Table. Located on the 2nd floor of the Oasis Building it’s sophisticated interior stands out so we popped over one day for dinner just to see how it tastes..
Pricing is of course a bit fancy for your average dinner but consider it a special treat… We started off with Onion Soup, which came piping hot, the consomme was rich with butter soft onions which was delish with the bread and hot cheese. Not too strong and not too mild. Good Start to the meal.. The Lobster Bisque was ok, but i felt it wasn’t rich enough, it was too thin for my liking. Not bad, but just fell a bit short..
The salads wasn’t too impressive, it was ok for a salad stand point but then again it’s really hard to make salad into something that is fantastic.. The veggies were fresh and crispy but compared with the soup made them unremarkable.
When is a pasta dish not an ordinary pasta dish.. This spaghetti vongole was one of the best i have ever tasted, really, it was so amazing everyone fought for it and made up our minds to come back just for the pasta. The noodles was cooked just right with a nice bite to it, but someone it seemed to have soaked up all the sauce. It was so flavorful, light, clamy with a hint of white wine. it was so good.
The other main courses weren’t as impressive, i felt although the lamb was cooked perfectly it seemed a bit naked, if you look at the plate you’d feel the same way. Mashed potatoes tasted great but both arrived warm. It is a pet peeve of mine i like my food piping hot, like it should be hot. The steak was better, nice medium rare, the foie gras had a crunchy and buttery insides. Redeemed the final course. It was a nice meaty contrast with the pear, i’d say this place is worth coming back to just for the soup and vongole. Overall a nice family meal…