Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin Unveils the new Winter Journey

Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin Unveils the new Winter Journey

06 Oct 2023

Embark on an Extraordinary Culinary Adventure with the New ‘Winter Journey' Menu at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin until 31 March 2024

Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, the renowned one-Michelin-star restaurant for six consecutive years, welcomes the enchanting winter season with the new ‘Winter Journey’ menu until 31 March 2024. Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, continues its renowned modern-Thai cuisine by consistently crafting one-of-a-kind, mouth-watering dishes created by the masters of award-winning Michelin-star chef Henrik Yde-Andersen and senior head chef Berm Chayawee Suthcharitchan.

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The heart of the ‘Winter Journey’ menu is designed to reflect the ‘Sense of Thailand’ highlighting the unique touches of Thai ingredients, including spices, herbs, seasonings and fragrances. Inspired by the ‘winter season’, Chef Henrik and Chef Chayawee join hands to develop menus using the finest winter-time ingredients in each dish.

The ‘Winter Journey’ menu embraces 16 invigorating courses, beginning with Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin’s famous eight ‘street food’ canapés to delight guests upon arrival at the lounge, and was inspired by Chef Henrik’s gastronomy travels. It includes the all-time favourite soy meringue with wasabi yoghurt; a moon food edible bag with puffed rice-flavoured ‘tom yum’; ‘pad krapow’ stir-fried basil with squid; crispy chicken skin with ice cream satay; yellow curry crab ice cream cornetto; and more, which have been incorporated into his street food bites.

The journey continues with the ninth course at the dining table, with the signature ‘five-spice duck consommé’ served with three homemade duck condiments, including duck sausages, laab duck and duck tongue. This menu was inspired by mulled wine traditionally made from European Christmas spices during the festive season. The tenth course features a refreshing salad of ‘Hokkaido scallop with green capsicum, grilled cucumber and cotton candy’ that will tantalise your taste buds.

This leads into the 11th course, presenting the rich flavours of morel mushrooms and the enticing aroma of black truffle with ‘Tom Kha morel mushroom stuffed, tagliatelle mushroom jelly and fresh black truffle’. The 12th course portrays the ‘ravioli Canadian lobster with Tom Yum lobster bisque, with a creamy and savoury taste that cannot be missed.

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The 13th course presents a ‘warm beetroot gratin with salt cod fish, basil and green curry ice cream’ that completes this dish. The 14th course is the famous main-course dish serving Massaman grilled veal striploin and sweetbread with the earthy allure of sunchoke chips, pickled onions and onion chips served with aromatic jasmine rice from Yasothon province.

The excitement is not yet over as this 16-course journey concludes with classic European desserts and a touch of Thai to celebrate the meal. The 15th course represents the ‘Citrus of Thailand’ with the sweet and sour ‘lime foam with pomelo sorbet, citrus herbs and salted meringue’. Last, but definitely not least, the meal finishes with the 16th course, ‘Mekong’ Thai rum flambé baby pineapple with coconut and pineapple ice cream presented with artistry, before concluding with the imaginative and creative petit fours.

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Each dish on the 'Winter Journey' menu is a masterpiece of culinary artistry with a fusion of flavours, textures, presentations, and captivating stories that pay homage to the beauty of the winter season. To complement this fantastic dining experience, there are a selection of beverage pairings, including wine pairings, Thai-inspired craft cocktails, or locally brewed beers.

This ‘Winter Journey’ is available at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin until 31 March 2024 for lunch, with a selection of an eight-course journey at THB 2,900++ and a ten-course journey at THB 3,500++; and dinner with a 16-course journey at THB 4,300++.

Additional wine pairings are priced as follows: eight-course journey (four glasses) – THB 2,200++; ten-course journey (six glasses) – THB 3,300++; 16-course journey (seven glasses) – THB 3,600++.

An additional refreshing beverage pairing are priced as follows: four glasses at THB 990++; six glasses at THB 1,090++; and seven glasses at THB 1,200++ including fresh juice, tea, a mocktail and infused sparkling soda.

Sra Bua signature beverage pairings are priced as follows: four glasses at THB 1,200++; six glasses at THB 1,500++; and seven glasses at THB 1,800++, including Thai-inspired craft cocktails, local beer and infused Thai spirits.

*All dining prices exclude a 7% government tax and a 10% service charge.

Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is open daily for luncheon from 12:00 to 15:00 (last orders for the ten-course journey at 13:00 and the eight-course journey at 14:00), with dinner served between 18:00 and midnight (last orders at 21:00). 


About Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin: Voted as one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2014 and 2015, and adding a sixth year to its one-Michelin-star status from the ‘MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2023’, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin offers a dining experience that is a true culinary adventure. The modern Thai-inspired cuisine with exciting contemporary touches never fails to surprise and delight diners. The restaurant aims to dazzle and create a memorable culinary experience for every guest. Chef Chayawee invites guests to enjoy an extraordinary culinary performance as chefs choreograph different tastes of basic Thai ingredients from traditional recipes in daring combinations. Behind Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin’s exquisitely composed food presentation using global cooking techniques, the familiar flavours of traditional Thai dishes are well maintained. The cuisine is widely recognised as ‘modern gastronomy at its best’ – making it very different from home-style cooking. Diners may experience a curry served with the texture and temperature of ice cream and bites of lobster locked inside gelatinous pearls that melt in the mouth with a sip of tom yam broth. Everything from fish sauce to prawn crackers is homemade in the Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin kitchen.

About Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok: On 27 September 2010, Kempinski Hotels, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, opened its first Thailand property in the capital city of Bangkok, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, the city-resort adjacent to Sra Pathum Palace and located in the heart of Bangkok’s premier shopping and entertainment district. The luxury five-star hotel combines Kempinski’s trademark European flair with traditional Thai hospitality. Every one of the hotel’s 397 guestrooms and suites overlooks the property’s surrounding gardens and pools, and 22 rooms have direct access to the pool. Thailand’s artistic heritage is a key theme of Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. The property displays 2,000 pieces of art, including over 200 original paintings and sculptures by Thai artists commissioned to create art for the property.

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Lalidapun Chavananand · Director of Public Relations

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

991/9 Rama I Road · Pathumwan · Bangkok · Thailand

T +66 02 162 9000 · [email protected]

Kullakitti Charoenmuang · Assistant Public Relations Manager

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

991/9 Rama I Road · Pathumwan · Bangkok 10330 · Thailand

T +66 2 162 9000 · [email protected]