HaomaRestaurant, $$, International, Indian, Bangkok
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Tue - Fri
Sat - Sun
- 231/3 Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok 10110
- Accept Credit CardYes
- Dress CodeSmart Casual
- Vegetarian DishNo
- Bring Your Own BottleNo
- CorkageFrom 750 Baht
- Car ValetYes
WHY GO? Pleasantly quiet and softly lit, the ambience is perfect for the set menu adventure to come. The large urban minifarm out back sustainably informs the myriad flavour experience of the multiple Indian-inspired courses produced by chef Deepanker Khosla.
WHAT TO ORDER? Menus with seemingly endless courses (nine with wine pairing for the review) are spectacularly presented in countless tableaus, each bite leaving you wanting just a bit more—until the next delicious course arrives. The meal opens with galouti cornets, a classic Indian kebab dish of mushrooms and spices, then move on to oyster and corn tartare flavoured with cilantro and yuzu lemon. Prawn on the rocks is proudly spicy and served with seaweed and a foamy mint and lemon sauce. A dish called me in a bowl, one of the signature offerings, reflects chicken tikka masala with a curry sorbet, sun-dried peppers and naan bread. As with all great multi-course gastronomic adventures, each bite unlocks yet another door, eventually leading to the inner sanctum of dining nirvana, which in this case is a dessert called nadia that includes berries, white chocolate, champage gel and Indian rose sorbet for a sublime finish.
Drinks The considered wine list is the handiwork of a highly-skilled sommelier. Also a selection of inventive house cocktails and a few excellent whiskies and cognacs.
Price: 3,000 Baht/person