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    One Star House Party comes to Thailand

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    Chefs who have trained at restaurants such as NOMA and The Ledbury, build their pop up restaurant in Bangkok at the end of November 2016.

    Open for 7 nights: 27th November – 3rd December – 7.30pm
    21 S Sathorn Rd, สาทร Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10120

    Tickets released on 16th November, 12:00

    $120 USD

    Coming from all over the world, the team will spend the beginning of November exploring the culture, the ingredients and the people that make Thailand the prolific food destination it is. Their journey will finish in Bangkok, where they will build their intimate pop-up restaurant lasting just 7 nights. Serving the menu they have created during their travels across the country.


    The chefs use techniques they have learned from many of the world’s best restaurants, including Denmark’s ‘NOMA,’ and London’s ‘The Ledbury.’ They then apply those techniques to both the ingredients that they find, and to the experiences that find them, creating an interactive menu like no other.

    The One Star House Party Team, Led by Chef James Sharman are currently on a journey over the next 20 months, travelling to 20 different countries to build 20 very different restaurants out of what they discover.


    The team not only build a completely new menu in each country they visit, but also transform an entire space, using their carpentry skills to carve a restaurant out of the materials they find in each city.

    The team have previously built their restaurant in New York, San Francisco, Seoul and Beijing, with their entire weeks reservations often selling out in a matter of minutes.


    1. Chefs name and brief Bio?

    James Sharman, 25 years Old, from the UK. Worked at Noma And Tom Aikens. On the team is chefs from all over the world and some of the worlds top 50 restaurants.

    2.What people should expect from the food?

    We create a completely new menu and style in each country we visit. We have fallen in love with the way Thai food changes from one location to the next & the inginuity behind the technique of Thai food. We are still building the menu as were travelling to Bangkok but expect some kind of tasting menu, where the chefs serve and explain each dish ourselves.

    3. I read from the site that they’d take up an airbnb space to convert into a restaurant but why in Thailand they picked a hotel?

    We create restaurants in all kinds of places, we have used warehouses in San Francisco, Airbnb’s in NYC even a furniture showroom in Saigon. We chose this particular part of the Banyan tree because we fell in love with the incredibly daring design of the space and how it made us feel the first time we walked in.

    “Providing travelling diners with an experience that evokes Wes Anderson’s ‘The Darjeeling Limited” – Adam Robb – New York Times

    “The end result is both a menu and an experience that are uniquely personal and heavily informed by each location” Dana Filek-Gibson – The Saigoneer

    Tickets released on 16th November, 12:00

    $120 USD

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