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Saturday 27 May 2023

Thai capital to welcome a new signature dining experience

Bangkok is about to get a new fine dining restaurant.

Chatrium Grand Bangkok, one of the Thai capital's top hotels, is preparing to unveil Casia, a new fine-dining destination that will present “French finesse in the heart of Siam”. 

This signature French-Mediterranean restaurant will be led by chef de cuisine Jerome Bondaz, an award-winning culinary expert whose stellar career has spanned Michelin-starred venues in Europe, the Caribbean and Asia.

With a passion for using fresh ingredients and classical flavours with contemporary cooking techniques, the chef is promising a gastronomic journey to southern France and the Mediterranean coast.

He has been working with sustainable farms, organic orchards and small-scale fisheries to source the best ingredients. 

Casia’s menus will change with the seasons and feature à la carte dining, as well as a series of degustation offerings. 

Casia will also stage a host a series of culinary events. 

“My culinary influences come from many different places," the chef says.

" When I was growing up I would shuck oysters with my father. This started my love of fresh produce and especially seafood. Since then, I have been fortunate to work with some of the world’s best chefs, including the late Santi Santamaria, with whom I worked very closely during my spell as head chef at El Racó de Can Fabes, the famous Barcelona restaurant that held two Michelin stars.

“In more recent years, my cuisine has been inspired by my global travels. I have been lucky to work in Asia and South America, which introduced me to many exciting and exotic new ingredients and expanded my knowledge. 

"All of these influences, from the Michelin-starred restaurants of southern Europe to the vibrant markets of Asia, will be represented in the menus at Casia."

Casia will be open for lunch and dinner. 

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