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DigestSra Bua By Kiin Kiin Unveils New Winter Journey Dinner Menu

Sra Bua By Kiin Kiin Unveils New Winter Journey Dinner Menu

Sra Bua By Kiin Kiin Unveils New Winter Journey Dinner Menu
By Mary Losmithgul
October 11, 2018
Winter is coming, and Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is ready

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Tom klong soup, grilled lobster head, ginger, lime and prawn cracker aioli

Tucked in an unexpectedly idyllic nook of the Siam Kempinski Hotel, the Michelin-starred Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is known for its seasonal set menus, and this winter will be no exception.

Inspired by a combination of florals and the romantic elements of the winter months, Sra Bua’s head chef Chayawee Suthcharitchan and chef Henrik Yde Andersen have devised a ‘Winter Journey’ set dinner menu comprising eight courses designed to satisfy the tongue on cooler days.

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Snacks and street food nibbles

Begin with Sra Bua’s renowned ‘street food’ bites, served prior to the beginning of the course. A cute egg-shaped nibble offers a contemporary take on the local favourite pad krapow, with chicken heart and eggplant served in basil-flavoured foam, topped with a miniature birds egg. The marshmallow Chinese bun filled with sweet pork has a softness comparable to the clouds, and there’s also kanom krok topped with caviar and a soya meringue served with wasabi mayo. Our favourite of the bites, however, is the Lotus in Lotus Salmon, a Thai styled raw salmon starter served with ginger, soya and lime and presented in a lotus floating in a glass bowl.

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Beef ceviche avocado in spicy marinade 

Each of the eight courses has a different concept, all of which are playfully flavourful. A rich tom klong is served with a juicy grilled lobster head and a fresh lime and prawn cracker aioli. The beef ceviche that follows is complemented with avocado in spicy marinade, while the green curry risotto gives you a more filling dish. A satay-grilled octopus is prepared right by your seat, served with a sweet grilled onion peanut sauce and onion tapioca.

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Tom kha corn and chicken

The tom kha corn and chicken that follows plays with liquid nitrogen, providing an interesting cold version of the typically hot soup in an aesthetically dreamy presentation. The roasted foie gras that follows, served with a mushroom and five spiced pork ravioli and mushroom bouillon, is the most westernised of the course, providing a creamy and delectable end to the savoury portion of the meal.

For an enchanting finale, the course wraps up with two desserts: cherry rose served with lychee foam and sticky rice with seasonal fruits.

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Satay grilled octopus, grilled onion peanut sauce, onion tapioca 

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Green curry risotto, lobster and fava beans

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Roasted foie gras, mushroom ravioli, five spices pork ravioli and mushroom bouillon

The Winter Journey set dinner menu is available now at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, served 6-9pm daily. For those looking for a lunch destination, the restaurant is also open from noon to 3pm. To book your seats or find out more, visit, or contact 0-2162-9000 or


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