Fresh out of the oven, here are some top picks for BK Restaurant Week 2020

BK Restaurant Week is packed with over 60 awesome restaurants offering incredible deals on multi-course menus. So, where should you start? If you’re having trouble choosing, here are some of the top picks fresh from the BK Editorial team, selected for their exceptional value or tasty-looking menus. We’re also in the homestretch of BK Restaurant Week, which runs from 19 September to 3 October, but they’re only taking bookings till 2 Oct — get a move on!

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Early last year, Charoenkrung’s hipster hangout went upscale. Since then, it’s won accolades from Top Tables and Michelin. Fermentation remains at the heart of chef Napol Jantraget’s experimental Thai tasting menus, while desserts by Japanese pastry chef Saki Hoshino forgo sweetness in favor of sublimely challenging new flavors.

Click here to read the BK Restaurant Week menu and make your reservation.

Aesop’s

This next-gen rebirth of a family-run Greek restaurant from Sydney conjures an ouzo-fueled party atmosphere, serving sharing feasts of vibrant classics like eight-hour lamb shoulder, chicken souvlaki, and char-grilled Mediterranean octopus. In a hall made for big, boisterous gatherings, guests are encouraged to hurl crockery, as is Greek tradition, to a soundtrack of “Zorba’s Dance.”

Click here to read the BK Restaurant Week menu and make your reservation.

The Allium Bangkok

With high-ceilings and a red and white interior, this restaurant at The Athenee Hotel deals in impressive French haute cuisine with modern flair. The set menus spotlight dishes like a delightfuly piquant Chiang Mai tomato salad, creamy Thai mudcrab atop crunchy cucumber spaghetti, expertly cooked Hokkaido scallop, and French Moulard duck liver countered with sweet apple and crunchy nut crumble. Fine European ingredients are supported by locally grown organic produce, including botanicals from the herb garden on the deck outside the restaurant.

Click here to read the BK Restaurant Week menu and make your reservation.

Baan

The moment Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn (of one-Michelin-starred Le Du) officially became a celebrity chef might coincide with the opening of this restaurant. With Baan, chef Ton abandoned the contemporary techniques he mastered in New York and returned to his roots, producing great everyday Thai food at pocket-friendly prices, vaulting him into the collective culinary conscious. Co-run by his brother Chaisiri, Baan is still riding high on that winning formula.

Click here to read the BK Restaurant Week menu and make your reservation.

Bigoli by Sensi

Formerly known as Sensi, this welcoming Sathorn back-street institution makes the most of its incredible produce. Aside from a la carte, chef Stefano Merlo’s tasting menus offer a fun, interactive version of Italian fine dining, pairing dainty creations like a burrata-stuffed tomato caprese salad with heftier meat and pasta plates, including darn near the best lasagna you’re likely to find.

Click here to read the BK Restaurant Week menu and make your reservation.

 

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