Paste is a one Michelin star restaurant located on the 3rd floor of the Gaysorn Village. The head chef, Bee Satongun, is dedicated to restoring and preserving traditional Thai cuisine while adding some modern touch. The restaurant’s interior is contemporary Thai decor with a large centerpiece of sinuous strips of silkworm cocoons. The high ceiling, airy dining space, and warm colors create a comfortable dining experience. The staff wore traditional Thai-inspired attires.
Spanner crab on a seaweed sesame cracker
The amuse-bouche was exquisite – rich umami flavor.
Old-style hot & sour soup of crisp pork leg, char-grilled shallots,
jackfruit seeds, and roasted tomatoes in a smoky chicken broth.
The soup was lovely and very appetizing. It was tangy and smokey with a reasonable amount of heat.
Loas-Vieng style sour orange curry, line-caught seabass
with roasted mung bean and drum stick flowers
The fish was very fresh and tender. However, the curry was a bit bland; I preferred a spicier intense-flavored curry.
Complimentary orange sorbet
The sorbet was a sweet, refreshing ending to the meal.
Overall, attentive service and excellent quality food. However, I have mixed feelings about the restaurant. I was not blown away by the food; the dishes did not justify the price for me. I was expecting more from a Michelin star restaurant.
Still water 80 baht
Hot and sour pork leg soup 750 baht
Sour orange seabass curry 1300 baht
Riceberry 150 baht
Lunch 12:00 pm – 14:00 pm
Dinner 18:30 pm – 23:00 pm
Telephone: +66(0)2 656 1003
Address: 3rd Floor, Gaysorn, 999 Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini, Bangkok