The St. Regis Bangkok presents "the peak"

12-seat countertop restaurant at Jojo inspired by Chef Andreas Caminada open from now to 2 January 2020

The St. Regis Bangkok invites diners to experience the epitome of gastronomic perfection at "The Peak", an intimate pop-up countertop restaurant created by Andreas Caminada, acclaimed chef-owner of the three-Michelin-starred Schloss Schauenstein in Switzerland. Chef Andreas's highly rated restaurant tucked in a historical castle in Fürstenau is also recognised in the World's Best 50 Restaurants list.

From 14 November 2019 to 2 January 2020, the pop-up countertop restaurant at Jojo will provide diners into a glimpse into the Chef Andreas Caminada's signature fine dining sharing experience.

With a menu specially curated for "The Peak", 12 diners every night are invited on an exclusive six-course journey featuring additional snacks and little dishes which enrich the senses. Fresh, simple ingredients are transformed into exciting culinary creations which inspire conversation and encourage sharing amongst fellow diners.

For a limited time only, guests can look forward to the finesse for which Schloss Schauenstein is renowned, with exquisite plates including: Black Cod Pumpkin Cicorino Rosso; Mackerel Avocado Daikon Wasabi; and Lamb Loin Lamb Belly Harissa Sea Buckthorn.

Delivering the pinnacle of Swiss epicurean sophistication is Chef Andreas Caminada's Head Chef David Hartwig, handpicked by Chef Andreas to represent his culinary artistry. To create "The Peak" experience, 29-year-old Chef David will also draw on his own Michelin-starred experience, which, other than Schloss Schauenstein, includes Paradies Hotel (Ftan, Switzerland), The Nomad Hotel (New York, USA), and IGNIV by Andreas Caminada (St. Moritz, Switzerland).

"The Peak" gastronomic experience is priced at B3,200++. The six-course dinner is presented from 6pm onwards, Daily from 14 November 2019 to 2 January 2020 at Jojo on the ground floor of The St. Regis Bangkok.

Tel 02 207 7777, email fb.bangkok@stregis.com or visit www.stregisbangkok.com.

Chefs David Hartwig and Andreas Caminada of the three Michelin-starred restaurant Schloss Schauenstein in the Swiss Alps.