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Bangkok, the city of culinary stars

After the success of Asia’s Best Restaurant Awards, the future of Thai gastronomy is bright

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‘One of the world’s most influential kitchen wizards, Ferran Adria, said a few years ago that the two places in the world to watch for the gastronomic evolution were Asia and Latin America,’’ Clement Vachon, San Pellegrino’s international relations and communication manager said to me shortly before the “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Award 2014” ceremony officially started. 

fro m left: Nahm’s dessert chef Thongsak Yordwai and head chef Prin Polsuk, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin’s chefowner Henrik Yde-Andersen, Bo.lan’s chef-owner Dylan Jones, Issaya Siamese Club’s chef-founder Ian Kittichai, Nahm’s chef-founder David Thompson, Bo.lan’s chef-owner Bo Songvisava, Eat Me’s executive chef Tim Butler, Gaggan’s chef-owner Gaggan Anand and Eat Me’s owner Darren Hausler.

“And we are here today to discover the talents, share them with the world and celebrate,’’ Vachon said.

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